Break-Ups, Habit, Inspiration, Life, Poetry, Relationships

By The Time He Comes Back…

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By the time he comes back, he thinks he deserves another chance.

By the time he comes back, you are put back into a familiar vulnerable trance.

By the time he comes back, he finds his way through with words you want to hear and see.

By the time he comes back, you bulldoze your protective walls and unlock the door with a hopeful key.

By the time he comes back, eventually, again you take him in.

By the time he comes back, he already wins.

By the time he comes back, you will waste more time and make more room for emotional scars that were beginning to heal.

By the time he comes back, you lose the ones that knew and loved you the most.

By the time he comes back, new excuses and new defensive mechanism are formed around your In-denial post.

By the time he comes back, he is comfortable in his own paradise when he knows he overstayed his welcome.

By the time he comes back, the leopard’s familiar spots on his skin becomes visible day by day.

By the time he comes back, you will call for help to resolve your constant issues.

By the time he comes back, all we can provide are prayers and tissue.

By the time he comes back, you are lost and again paying the cost.

By the time he comes back, you lose the game, you’re not the same, and you are the blame.

By the time he comes back, you drop him, rebuild your wall, and place bandages on your new scars.

By the time he comes back, you might leave the door unlocked, cracked,but hopefully locked.

By the time he comes back, how long will he be blocked?

By the time he comes back, he will find another strategy to come through because he has before.

By the time he comes back, I hope you use the key of closure and lock that door.

By the time he comes back, I hope you don’t look back.

By the time he comes back, I hope your scars on your skin heal and become hard and black.

By the time he comes back, I hope for a new evolution, not devolution.

By the time he comes back, I hope for a resolution, absolution, and revolution.

By the time he comes back, He will let his pride go and finally let you go.

By the time he comes back, I hope he sees you are unbreakable, impeccable, pliable.

Habit, Life, Silly, Social Media

The Most Annoying Commentators on Social Media


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Dear Internet Life,

I enjoy social media every now and then, catching up on what’s been happening in the world. Whenever I need a good laugh, I would go to the comment section to read people’s comments below.

Although I love social media and the entertaining people who writes these interesting comments below the posts, there are a handful of commentators that needs to take a long break from the internet.

Therefore, let me reveal the most annoying social media commentators!

1. The Political Freaks

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Ever since the 2016 election, people still TILL THIS DAY are still obsessed and aggressive with this Conservative versus Liberal civil war. Every time, I check the news on Facebook and Twitter, in the comment section you see something like: “Snowflakes, Liberal tears, and fake news.” I know this earth is not full of mature human beings and I know we all have our differences, but if you disagree with other people’s political views, accept it and let it go. Commenting a big paragraph insulting each other and etc. is not going to make a person change due to upbringing and ignorance. It is up to the individual to change.

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Speaking of big paragraphs…


2. The Long and Extra Commentators

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I love reading people’s comments when it comes to juicy, gossipy news, but at the same time my time is very precious. I don’t mind reading one sentence to maybe a paragraph, but reading comments long as essays are annoying, boring, and too extra! I know most users want to prove a point, but honey…just GET TO THE POINT!Also, if you have an interesting story to write about, blog it! Trust me, nobody has time to read your long essay-comment about your life story or why you are against the Kardashians (can’t stand them too, but really).

Therefore long commentators, please keep the comments short and simple. Because…


I wish Facebook has a 140 character limit.

3. The Dumb Commentators

I love following and reading celebrity news online catching up on what is happening in the celebrity world. However, when it comes to the comment section, you have people complaining about why E! Entertainment or People Magazine keeps posting news about Beyonce, Madonna, or the Kardashians. Some people seem to forget (or bumped their head) that these celebrity news sites are SUPPOSED to report about celebrities. If you are sick of hearing about a certain celebrity, just avoid it and keep sliding down your phone until you find something that is really interesting. It does not matter if you unfollow them or not, the writers are still getting paid!


4. The Trolls


For every comment section, there will be trolls that just want trouble and attention. Unfortunately, users still tend to fall into the troll’s trap by insulting them and insulting them wasting their time and energy. People, don’t fool with the trolls because those 15 minutes you wasted on trying to out-troll the troll could have been used by watching a funny YouTube video. Negativity is only a distraction. Focus on the positive.

5. The Chain Letters

Really? People still write those? I know it was a fad since the 90s and early 2000s, but there are still about 15% of users that still write them. I remember reading a chain letter about a ghost girl coming to knock on my door and kill me if I do not send the same chain letter to five of my user friends. Well….it’s been over ten years. I think the ghost girl got lost and gave up.

6. The “Likies”
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I understand the love for nostalgia,but let us just like the video and move on. We do not need to like your comment to like a song.

Well that is all for now…until I have another list.

I understand people have the freedom of speech and print, but we can all agree that we need more common sense. People do not think before they type.

For example…

If I spot a internet troll who just wants to fat shame or bully someone, should I waste my ten minutes to go low as the troll and bully the troll back? Will that make me better or worse?

If I keep debating with a person who thinks differently from me, should I just stop and move on and accept that there are people who need to open their minds on their own to see your point-of-view.

Most of the time, people really do not read people’s comments carefully and just quickly assume that is what they mean.  For example, I remember commenting on a post about some actress that looks much skinnier than she was on television. A user thought I was “skinny-shaming” her, but that was not the case.

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I explained why I made that comment and was only going to explain it ONCE. If she still did not understand, or just wanted to keep feuding with me online, then I would just block her because my time is precious.  Just like texting, people’s comments can mean anything.


Life Lesson #88: Do not feed the internet trolls. Be mature and spend your time commenting wisely.

Thank You,

Lady Elle~