You Have A FROWSY Worldview Because You Associate With Too Many FROWSY People

Sometime I may write an article about finding love, happiness, a professional passion, a great marriage or some other beautiful reality of life, and I will get hit with a string of negative e-mails and BULLSH*T comments on Facebook and Twitter about how I’m living in a fantasy world and I don’t know what the F*^K I’m talking about, which really surprises me because THIS blog of all blogs does a pretty decent job of NOT pandering and being forcefully blunt. But I realize I can’t get mad at those people for having a SH*TTY outlook on positive things, because living a negative-ass life around negative people will do that to you.

I am not an optimist by any means. I do not have rose-tinted sunglasses and sunshine, lollipops and unicorns don’t flow out of my ass. But I’m also not a pessimist, nor someone who walks around proclaiming how terrible society and its inhabitants are. I consider myself to be a REALIST, and while I am very aware of the harsh realities of life, I can also balance out that awareness by being cognizant of the opposite, more positive realities. This is a trait I wish MORE people had, because when I hear people prattle on about BULLSH*T, I wish they knew that their beliefs are NOT statistical realities, but just FROWSY-ASS thoughts that originate from the fact that they only deal with FROWSY-ASS people.

When I write about finding love, getting married and having a happy home, there will inevitably be a GANG of folk who want to convince me that I’m full of Optimistic-sh*t, when the ACTUAL reality is THEY are the ones deprived of witnessing people who have those things. See, I know a LOT of people who have been divorced or experienced terrible relationships, but luckily for me I know a lot of married folk and people who are in love at different stages in their relationship. If you think LOVE doesn’t exist, that’s not a FACT – that’s just your way of showing everyone you aren’t privy to seeing positive relationships.

When I write about finding a job you love, getting in shape or raising your kids to learn how to READ before learning how to do the DOUGIE, there’s always a group of people who will state that those are UNREALISTIC endeavours and then go on to tell a bunch of stories on what happened to them or other people they know. Well, let me stop you bruh, and insert this reality:

I don’t give a F*^K what happens with FROWSY people, so keep your falsified facts and annoying anecdotes to YOURSELF.

A lot of these people would be AMAZED to see the effect that changing your associates has on changing your worldview. If you are TIRED of being broke, STOP complaining about society fighting you down, and go hang out with people who ARE NOT broke and see if your view of money doesn’t differ. If you think no good women exist, STOP trying to chop chicks outside of Hooters and the musty after-hours nightclubs in your town, and expand your horizons to different places and see if your view of wife-material being non-existent holds true. And if you believe there are no good men who want to be married left, stop judging by the same type of dirtbags you called ex-boyfriends and try dating a different type of guy.

Or don’t – and just wallow in your ignorance. But if you CHOOSE to do that, please understand that I’m CHOOSING to ignore everything that’s coming out of your mouth going forward.

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When Lincoln Anthony Blades is not writing for his controversial and critically acclaimed blog, he can be found contributing articles for Uptown Magazine. Lincoln wrote the hilarious and insightful book "You're Not A Victim, You're A Volunteer: How To Stop Letting Love Kick Your Ass". He is also a public speaker who has sat on panels all over North America and the Caribbean.