Anonymous asked: Gay guys in small town all across America have it much rougher than you and they make it work. They find fulfilling jobs, where they don’t have to belittle strangers on grindr to give themselves worth, and loving partners as well. You are in a big city and are very privileged, but all you do is complain & blame others. You say every guy in Boston is awful like Boston gays are a specific breed or something. You’re a piece of shit, plain and simple. Quit lying and do some REAL self-reflection.
I never would have come to terms to my existence as a piece of shit without the wisdom of an anonymous stranger with too much time on their hands and some obvious anger issues.
Thank you for your caring, measured advice on how to live my life. I only hope everyone on tumblr can be the recipient of your insipid horse shit.
Anonymous asked: those weren't jokes. what a lazy way to brush off criticism. time to reflect on yourself a weeeeee bit more, sweetheart.
Time to stop trolling a stranger on the internet, shithead. You don’t know me and you don’t know my sense of humor.
Your life is sad.
Anonymous asked: IDK...look at what you blog about. the larger issue is probably you and your sweeping generalizations, not them. you post about 700 dollar bags and trolling guys on grindr, but everyone else needs to work on their narcissism and self-delusion? come on.
The bag was a joke - and the guys on grindr are, too. If you can’t appreciate someone’s sense of humor, there’s no need to complain about it.
Anonymous asked: Do you ever reflect on yourself? Have you considered it might be that there is a problem with you and not every single guy in your city?
Absolutely. That said, I’ve lived in other cities in my adult life and haven’t experienced quite the level of narcissism and self-delusion as I do here in Boston. I have great friends here who are intelligent, thoughtful, and considerate. I don’t think everyone in Boston is terrible.
I’m also constantly trying to better myself and work on my issues - I’m not Taylor Swift. I constantly think about what I can do to make sure I am not shutting people out. All of that said, though, I can assure you that the men in Boston are, on average, insufferable pricks.
For what it’s worth, your comment would have a lot more weight if you weren’t hiding behind a gray face.