sábado, 7 de noviembre de 2015

Being loved

SUZY: Let me tell you a few things I learned from two years of intense psychotherapy and an esophagus transplant. Lesson number one: You and Schue? It won’t work.
RACHEL: What do you mean?
SUZY: We’re not so different, you and me. We’re both mildly attractive and extremely grating. Love is hard for us. We look for boys we know we can never have. Mr. Schue is a perfect target for our self-esteem issues: He can never reciprocate our feelings, which only reinforces the conviction that we’re not worthy of being loved. Trust me. I’m a cautionary tale. You need to find some self-respect, Rachel. Get that mildly attractive groove back.

Glee>  season 1, chapter 10


I was crying out of pain while he was getting even harder. It was everything I’ve ever wanted. I don’t
know if it’s supposed to be this intense knowing that he’s still inside me. Flashbacks of him moaning, wanting me, calling my name. Being conscious about the fact he is thinking about me right this second. 
I can still taste his sweat and feel his breathing on my neck. The way the night danced with our bodies was evil and ruthless. How am I supposed to be okay with the fact people think they can feel the same way with someone else? I guess I’ll have to keep tasting men in order to understand it was the night that played us that day. That it wasn't you but something else. I keep telling myself the same over and over again. It wasn't him, it was something else.