Words of wisdom:
Stop preaching to the choir! Those “advices” you give, life would be a lot more pleasant if you all would just follow them yourselves.
Sex isn’t overrated, unless you’re doing it wrong. Great chemistry can do wonders in bed, and it takes guts to get naked in front of someone (mind and body). I’d rather have a passionate relationship, than a ordinary one. Those ups and downs keep the thrill, the extreme sensations, the fire going. No wonders makeup sex is so great, and this ain’t just a rumour.
I love because of these feelings, because I can’t give up the passion once I found it.
Mind-blowing sex (in a steady relationship) comes once in a life time, and it’s all thanks to the body’s chemistry. Conversations, history, tastes, preferences, all these can change under the force of compromise. You can altere them because you want to make it work, or you can manipulate others to see things your way. Either way, you can’t make sex feel amazing if you just ain’t got it (and nothing beats double O’s).
Weird isn’t a synonym for awesome.
More, most of the times, should be less.
Mixing can be difficult, so don’t try this at home unless you’re good at it. And most aren’t, living proof of this passes you by every day.
Cries for attention are a waste of time. Growing up means prioritizing, proving you understand the difference between buying and spending. The equilibrium between income and expenses.
The day you’ll perceive holidays as a time of overevaluated products, manipulative comercials, fake traditions, intensive cleaning and outrages, 5 times a day, extra fat meals, that is when you will finally start thinking like an adult. Acting mature means having fun, keeping your inner child alive, while accepting the responsabilities and not “bitching” about it so that others step in and clean up your mess / pay your bills.