Party music, chatting with friends, or even guzzling a gallon of tequila may be fun for a while, but eventually, it's going to make you feel like hell. The same is true of all faux-fun pursuits: You can identify them by their wretched aftermath.
The discomforts of alcohol abuse are obvious, but all faux fun
creates a hangover. Have you ever had a conversation that seemed
enjoyable but left you feeling wary or uneasy? Or being just with some is so fun but at the end of the day you thought of it just a waste of time?? Your instincts are
telling you that at least part of the fun was false. I've experienced
this after interactions where either I or some other person was
dishonest, mean-spirited, or passive.
Fun is sometimes used to describe both the best and worst of human
behavior. Bullies may torment others for "fun"; addicts may have "fun"
that destroys their health and relationships. I'm using quotation marks
because these forms of fun aren't really fun.
Now there are other types of fun, which young people now are hooked up to. This kind of fun includes sexual interaction. SEX, as a FUN activity. Someone, somebody just want to get laid and bump into
someone that just wants to get laid with and they both go for it.
I think that trying to cultivate any steady
relationship strictly on a physical foundation is, in most cases, an
effort with an eye towards an unrealistic expectation. But they're still having fun. HAHAHA!
At first it would be really great, like it always is in almost everything. Like you do it everywhere, almost all the time. You’ve
fondled him /her on long drives, and it used to be a thing you do to see how
many different places you could have sex and have fun and it was this fun, bonding thing you do
So what to do??
LET's FIND another FUN!~! haha