It’s 2:00 AM in the morning, and I have to be up to open the store tomorrow. Honestly, work sucks.
Hung out with James-see for the first time in two months. I accidentally let it slip that I might be moving down with Ian. Good thing I said “might” instead of “will”. The darn guy wants to move in with us now! Oh oh! I quickly covered it up by saying that Ian and I have been discussing it for several years now and nothing had ever come of it.
Why is it that people don’t like James-see? Other than the fact that he’s overbearing, lacks manners, lacks a sense of cleanliness, lacks a sense of modesty, and is otherwise quite annoying? Okay, so he had a bad childhood. He has some rather bad habits that are hard for him to break. It’s not like he’s completely hopeless. I haven’t met one person who had one good thing to say about him. And calling him “a seasoned hardcore gamer” is NOT considered a good thing. I hang out with him and then I hang out with my other friends. I know that none of my friends like him, or will ever like him, simply because that’s the kind of person he comes off as. Is it bad of me to think of him this way? Am I a bad friend because I hang out with people who don’t like him? Am I terrible because I don’t like him sometimes? He’s the only person in this town who doesn’t know that I’m moving in with Ian in the city. I feel bad for not letting him know, but I also don’t want him to know because there’s no easy way to tell him that nobody likes him, that nobody will ever like him, unless he changes his attitude. The thing is, Megan and I have confronted him about this and told him this before, and he didn’t make an effort at all. He seemed perfectly fine with having just me as his friend.
I know it’s the wrong application, but there are plenty of other fish in the sea.
It sounds harsh coming from me, but I’ll be friends with him, just not roommates anymore. He can move down with me, but I just can’t live with him.