So what you got dumped for someone younger, smarter and way hotter? If you’dve only come to Hottywood first, I could’ve taught you how to pretend to be better than you are and warned you to stay away from that last chocolate chip cookie. Never fear, there’s always something better than what you thought was the best!
Below are Hottywood’s cookie fortunes, as revealed by the moon and the sun, in addition to the itch on the bottom of his foot.
Take heed. Knowledge is power.
December 22 – January 19
The only worst thing that could happen to you is if you’re sold on the black market and fondled by filth. It’s going to be a rough week.
January 20 – February 18
Lying about your age will only work if you have four legs and tail…or if you look like you should have four legs and a tail.
February 19 – March 20
That scratching you keep hearing at the door is only your skeletons falling out of the closet.
March 21 – April 19
It’s not okay to have to wear a bra for the humps on your back.
April 20 – May 20
Indulge your inner weirdo this week, no matter who is watching. In other words — just be yourself!
May 21 – June 20
Pushing your stomach in a wheel barrel is not considered exercise, you fat ass.
June 21 – July 22
There is no fear in love. The fear comes when your ass is about to get dumped.
July 23 – August 22
The one thing you’ll be recognized for the most at work will be not showing up at all.
August 23 – September 22
The echo you keep hearing in your head is just proof that not all elevators go to the top floor. ___________________________________________________________
September 23 – October 22
There’s one thing you have in common with a public service station restroom — the smell.
October 23 – November 21
Let people not like you for who you are instead of who you pretend to be.
November 22 – December 21
You won’t host any pity parties this week, but you may be the guest of honor at a few of them. Don’t worry. Being lonely is the new “bunned up.”
Quote of the Week: “Not all kool-aid stains are washed in the same detergent.”
Can we talk seriously for a moment? …I didn’t think so, but let’s give it a shot anyway.
They say “the heart wants what the heart wants.” But what happens when the heart you want doesn’t want you back? Wait. Here’s a more thought provoking question: What happens when the heart that didn’t want you before, wants you now? How do you deal? Do you overlook the pain and suffering you endured when you were rejected by that special someone? Do you pretend those feelings never existed or proceed with a lot of caution and a lot more ninja stars? The answers are never easily revealed. For the most part, it’s a matter of, you guessed it — the heart.
Some people believe in second chances. Some believe in fate. Some believe that everything happens for a reason. Those people are silly. The really smart people believe that there are reasons why things didn’t work out the first time. And those people are right. Nine times out of ten if someone is trying to win you over or win you back, it’s because they miss you or something about you. That much is worth the flattery but not necessarily the revisit. There’s no guarantee that the second time around would be better than the first. In fact, chances are it would be a recap of the tubs of ice cream and comfort food you wolfed down when you were dumped; stranded; ignored; rejected; underestimated; and underappreciated. Only a fool would agree to go through that torment and weight gain again. If there is/was something that someone didn’t like about you to begin with, it’s only a matter of time before those same turnoffs turn them off again, carrying your ass right back to the drawing board.
Instead of asking yourself gratuitous questions like, “What if…?” this is your moment to take the opportunity to revel in the delight of getting the last laugh. Somewhere between those buckets of tears and buckets of wings, you said to yourself that your ex lover would miss you when you were gone. You may not have known when, if, or even how, but you knew in your heart that you were worth missing. Them crawling back to you while whispering sweet nothings is the validation you could’ve only dreamed of and hoped for. This is your just reward for loving someone who wouldn’t love you back; your trophy; your red ribbon! The best part of sitting in the winner’s circle is that you know you are better than before. You don’t need justification. You don’t need someone else to tell you how great you are. It’s nice to hear, but it’s not necessary — especially if it’s coming from someone who’s only speaking with empty words.
Life has a funny little way of telling you some good sh*t. You just have to be open to listening to what it has to say.
Always remember, “the path to your future does not rest in the baggage you carry on your back.” Moving on and accepting new things is not as difficult as you may imagine. Granted, it may take a little effort but 90% of any effort is getting started, the rest is a breeze. Get the last laugh. Laugh long and laugh loud!
Quote of the week: “The first step in getting the things you want out of life is to decide on what it is you want.”
Many who have been in a relationship know that the hardest part is overcoming the break-up. However, the real newsflash is that your ass just won’t let go. Therein lays your problem.
Dealing with a break-up isn’t that difficult if you know the two basic rules of “getting over” it. (1) Letting go and (2) Moving on. When you are hung up on a relationship, you automatically sabotage any chance of new love. The best kind of love is a new one. You have to let go of the old so you can welcome the new.
I know it’s hard. You’ve had to endure a lot of ‘almosts’ in your love life and you want to know why you’re having such bad luck in love. The answer is simple. You have dependency issues. For some odd reason you can’t seem to cut it as a person with your own purpose to exist, so you must latch on to someone else. Well I’m going to help you out. We’re going to talk about the two basic rules of “getting over it”, so you can get on with your life and stop being a nuisance to anyone else.
As an abstract concept, getting over a broken relationship usually refers to a deep transgression of a failed attempt of caring for another person – most common in intimate relationships. This limited conception encompasses a wealth of different feelings, from regretted post sexual intimacy to just plain crazy.
Pay close attention. Eventually you’ll be lucky enough to get yourself hitched. In the meantime, if you know the two basic rules of getting over being dumped, you can save yourself a lot of misery and Kleenex. It’s simple. Follow along:
Step #1 – LET GO
The first and most important part of getting over being dumped is to keep busy and let go. Lock yourself in a room and duct tape your eyes open long enough to preview the entire ‘Fact of Life’ series. I don’t know exactly what this will achieve, but it’s sure as hell going to keep you from bugging the sh*t out of anyone. Your ex doesn’t want to hear from you and your friends smelled your break-up coming a mile away. Face it, you’re a loser. It’s in your DNA.
Take up a hobby. Go bungee jumping. Whatever you do spend all of your quality time discovering what it’s like to get on your own nerves. You’ll be so consumed with learning that you annoy the hell out of yourself that it will become increasingly difficult to get on the nerves of others. The point here is that you can’t overcome a break-up if you continue to deny that something is wrong with you. By the time you’ve realized how crazy you are, you will have forgotten all about whatshisname.
Step #2 – MOVE ON
After you’ve dealt with the fact that you’ve been dumped, it’s time to move on. It’s the common phrase in every bad ending relationship. “Move on you jerk!”
I know everyone says moving on too quickly is not a good idea, but no one says you have to get into a serious relationship right away. That’s what got you into this mess to begin with. Stop being so clingy and needy, you wuss.
Seeing new people will keep your ex off your mind, and it’ll do your ex an even bigger favor (because they want you off their back). Chances are they’ve told you to take a hike, kick rocks, play in traffic or pull your own tongue out so you can never speak to them again.
Don’t get angry or be hurt by the rejection. You should be used to it by now. It’s probably not the last time you’ll be dumped. At least you’ll be prepared for the next rejection if you’re lucky enough to get into another relationship.
Before I let you go, I’m going to give you a word of advice.
If you’re still single or have been dumped from every relationship you’ve ever been involved with, then your ass is in trouble. Otherwise, take a look at the list below for tips on assessing if your relationship is taking a nose dive. These tips will save you a lot of time in collecting a bunch of rocks to put in your pockets before you decide to jump in the nearest river.
Signs Your Relationship is on the Rocks:
Trust me, the list goes on. But if you haven’t gotten the point by now, then you are doomed to your dependency issues for the rest of your days. Good luck, kiddo. I want you to take these helpful hints and go get yourself a little self-esteem. Life is hard but doable.
All jokes aside. Take a little time to get to know yourself. Find out what makes your inner jack ass tick. The more you know about yourself, the less your chances are of being a fool for love.
Until next time my little barbarian fallopian sacks! Remember – 90% of any effort is getting started.
Quote of the week: “The more you know about yourself, the less your chances are of being a fool for love.”
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