Shit Non Single People Say

Vix xxx

  1. bee

    January 9th, 2017 at 14:09

    I hope you don’t think I am like this 😉
    Bee xxx

  2. Lizzie Bee

    January 9th, 2017 at 19:35

    Oh my gosh this cracked me up so much because some of those things is exactly what I say to my single friends. I never really thought about it this way before, and now I’ll definitely refrain from saying “you need to stop looking!”

  3. Kathleen

    January 9th, 2017 at 21:23

    I think you need to get some new friends if this is how you feel about them haha..

    Made In The 1990s

  4. Erin

    January 9th, 2017 at 21:46

    YES! Non singles are SOOOOOOOOOO annoying, I said to my Non Single friend last week “I’m just lonely” her response was for me to come over and hang out with her and her other half…. aaaaah so me watching you smooch on the couch is going to ease my loneliness is it? No. I will stay home and cuddle my MacBook. I also get pissed off when I get the pity face, right now I am deciding not to date, not to look, I don’t like me very much right now – so the last thing I want to do is encourage someone else to like me. but somehow no one in a relationship understands this and all I get is “awww don’t worry there is someone out their waiting to love you” ARGH! I feel you, I feel you.

    Erin || MakeErinOver

  5. Veronica Bizzarri

    January 9th, 2017 at 22:06

    Preach! Someone who gets how annoying is when your friends in a relationship look down on the single life.. the single life is great.. i wish people in relationships would stop bashing it

    Ronnie
    http://www.veronicabizzarri.blogspot.co.uk
    xx

  6. Megan

    January 9th, 2017 at 22:19

    There is so much anger in this post. Yikes.

    I don’t think everyone is in a relationship just so they can trap a husband before their eggs dry up. Plenty of couples don’t want marriage or children and just like being together.

  7. Sophie C-B

    January 12th, 2017 at 17:29

    This is BLOOOODYYYY brilliant. I love how honest it is!

  8. Aoife

    January 14th, 2017 at 21:04

    This. All of this.

    I went through a break up once and my mate invited me out for some apres work cocktails. Then brought her boyfriend along and spent most of the time with her lips velcroed to his.

    Not the time, mate. Not. The. Time.

  9. Lizi

    January 15th, 2017 at 10:15

    If you turn this into a drinking game, I’m going to develop a problem with alcohol as dear god I cannot cope with one more loved up person telling me ‘the right person is out there’. They may well be. If they are, they’re probably the champion hide and seek player of the universe. I genuinely feel that being single for an extended period of your time from your mid twenties onwards can be good for you/character building as you tackle so many life changes and struggles without a partner to support you, whereas a lot of people in long term relationships (which may be long term but that doesn’t mean they’ll last forever), just don’t know how to cope.