Macaroni Mash Up 7. (Warning: Title does not relate to article at all.)(Caution: EXPLICIT LANGAUGE)

I have changed A LOT since high school and it’s a great thing. There’s almost no one who should see the person they are in high school and think “yep, I’ll just be like this forever.” If people did that, the world would be a horrible place filled with horrible people. Anyway, in high school I was the exact kind of person that I hate now. I was a follower. I didn’t hang out with people I actually liked. I let people be mean to me because I was too afraid of what might happen if I said something. I didn’t participate in classes and activities that I wanted to because I was afraid that people would make fun of me. I kept almost everything I liked from music to movies a secret because, again, I was afraid that people would make fun of me. I was basically an average teenager. A person who didn’t have an actual personality of their own, but now… I don’t give a fuck. Ok.. I give a little fuck, but I’m giving less and less fuck every day. For example, when we first started this website, I would never EVER say something like “I’ve always fantasized about having a woman shit on my chest” because I’d be too afraid that someone would believe that as fact or that someone might be offended, but now, I’ll write a whole article about women shitting on my chest. Before, I would never use the word “faggot” because people might find it “offensive”, but now…fuck that. I’ll say faggot all I want. I don’t say faggot as a slur against gay people. I have no problem with gay people. If you want to get nasty with someone who has the same genitals as you then fucking do it. Words don’t mean anything until you give them power. Now, after reading all of that you might be wondering… “what was the point of this article?” No, you’re not wondering that because there are only like three people who are even gonna read this and I know that you don’t care, but I’m gonna tell you anyway. The point of this article is to tell the three people reading this to not worry so much. I’ve spent all of my life past the age of 10 until now worrying about everything from being made fun of to offending people, but it isn’t worth it. I get it, sometimes you can’t help but worry. If you have someone close to you that is going through surgery or something along those lines, it natural to worry. But if you’re spending time worrying about stupid shit like offending someone by saying a word you like, stop. I’ve come to find that the best advice anyone has ever given is to “just do it”. I like the way Shia LaBeouf  gives that advice the best, but it’s good advice no matter who is giving it. Instead of worrying so much about what’s gonna happen, just fucking do it brosef. Of course, that doesn’t apply to like murder or rape, but you know that, you’re probably not stupid. This article is kind of all over the place, but I just felt like writing cause that’s what I do when I’m bored (something I used to be afraid to admit). Hope you enjoyed the article, be sure to subscribe to and share our blog so that we’ll have more than three people reading it. Follow us on social media and subscribe to our YouTube (Even less people are on there). Thanks for reading!

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