Howdy, Habbos! If you’re not aware, our annual Habboxween event has now officially begun! There are plenty of treats on offer and very little chance of me turning tricks so it’s well worth getting stuck in.
The perspective of love, for Habbos, is a little weird! Consider a world where physical contact is not a reality and all we have left as a source of affection are the words you use and, if you’re as obsessive as Barbara, how serene your typing is. Hey, love knocked on her door AGAIN… and now that the stickies are bought with duckets, she decorates her confab room with the kind of thoughts she would never share to another human being whose Achievement Score is lower than 2000.
If I told you I was not a crier, I would be lying through my teeth. I am a super emotional person, and I find that sentimental things play a huge part in why I tear up. You may already know if you’ve read my previous articles that I have spoken about Sex and the City, and how it had impacted my life in both good and bad ways. I am going to bring back this TV show and talk about it once more because I just finished the last episode of season six. I will not ruin it too much, but trust me- it works with what I would like to say.
There was a post circulating around on Facebook the other day, which read; I love to see people succeed in life (or something along those lines). About half way through the last episode I think my tear ducts had their work outs for the day, and this is why;
I have a tendency to watch motivational videos and music when I’m feeling defeated, and I recently stumbled across a video which depicts the perfect ‘motivational speech’. I am able to take away a great deal from this video and I am constantly finding myself putting it on repeat and listening to it.
Before I go into detail about the video, I think the best thing to do is to allow you to listen to it as well. Continue reading to listen to the video and read my views on it.
This topic for some reason has been a very hard one for myself to not only comprehend for myself, but to also understand in someone else’s perspective. I am constantly setting limits on how much I should trust someone, and in the end I feel I am always being burned or turned against.
I’m not too sure if this has ever happened to you, but this is my story and hopefully you can take what I’ve done, and maybe use it for your advantage so you do not have to deal with it yourself.