Teenage girls are fucking stupid these days

So I’ve been randomly reading xanga blogs here and there and every once in a while I come across some teenage girl who is all in despair about the fact that she doesn’t weigh 90 pounds, she can’t seem to figure out why guys keep treating her like shit and everything else in life is going to hell. And they wonder why.

Here’s my answer to all of them. Grow some brains!!!!!!

1. The only thing you are doing by starving yourself is making yourself a fuck puppet to guys. Even then, not a very good one. What does that mean? It means they don’t really want anything but your sex. You’re like a condom. They want to use you and throw you out.  If you find this to be ok treatment, you’re seriously fucked up. Not to mention you are doing so much harm to your body in the process.
If you goal is to be attractive and get guys, then proceed to number 2 below.

2. Do yourself a favor and learn something. Study science, psychology, engineering, philosophy, art, environmentalism, astrobiology, whatever. You’re much more interesting to both yourself and other people if you have something to say. This stuff isn’t just about getting a job, it’s about becoming a real person with real substance. Do you really want to be one of those disposable party people that by their mid twenties everyone calls a “LOSER” because the only thing they’re good for a drunken night on the town and a cheap thrill under the sheets for one night? If any of your role models are any of these rich bitch pop stars that go shopping all day and live the high life, you need to come back down to reality. Not everyone can live that way and nobody should live that way. 

3. The more you drink and party and do drugs the worse you’ll look. So all that weight you want to lose so you won’t be “fat” anymore (yeah right) won’t matter because you’re skin will look horrible.

4. I’m not against sex, obviously, go out and have as much sex as you want with your boyfriend. But going out and fucking the entire football team or the whole band is a little extreme. Speading your legs for every cute guy that smiles at you and talks to you isn’t going to give you any real satisfaction. Minimize the number of people you sleep with and you’ll minimize your risk of STD’s and looking like the school slut.

I know society is tough and there are certain expectations people your own age are trying to meet. But listen, there is more to this world and the people in it then what you’re limited scope is right now. The world is not all about shopping, meeting guys, partying and trying to live the high life. At some point you’ll realize that you aren’t just here to consume. The people buiding the flashy cars, the skyscrapers, the robots, the space shuttles, the prada bags and all those things, are people just like you. Eventually it’s going to be you who needs to throw in and contribute to society in a real way. But if all you want to do is be one of those party people then you’re skinny little 18 year old ass is really worth nothing more then being a sex toy for other people.

Make your choice. Do you want to be a disposible sex toy or somebody who is actually worth something more?

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  1. I think the people sitting here saying things about you not understanding an eating disorder are pretty idiotic.I don’t think your post was about that correct me if i’m wrong.Anyway I understand what you mean and I can not stand girls like this honestly my friend is a size five and she feels the need to work out to try and “look better so my ex boyfriend might want me back” well hun clearly he is an EX-boyfriend for a reason and he will most likely stay that way no matter a size 2 or a size 5.I do work out but not for sex appeal for health reasons.I couldn’t care less about what some sexist pig might think of me.That was a bit feminist wasn’t it?Oh well its true.

  2. i understand your turmoil and anger myself. i’m a teenage girl, and suffer from disordered eating .. however that in itself comes from other problems, not because i want to be skinny, think i’m popular, think i need to have sex, drugs, alcohol 24/7 to be cool, think i need to spend hundreds of dollars of money i don’t have on “trendy” clothing and accesories because thats what skinny celebrities do.

    it’s all so overrated, and in all honesty, completely and utterly sad. i wish girls my age would wake up and realize theres so much more to life that they are missing out on. i want to become a psychologist and i study psychology, i also study philosophy and i expand my mind in many directions. you’d think from my xanga. girls are wasting so much time worrying about what handbag they are carrying .. it’s unbelieveable.

    i don’t really think its the disease, its the goal, the intention, etc. i agree with almost all of your post though.

  3. Thanks for writing this! It’s good to get an outside opinion of the “teenage girl” stereotype. But honestly, I don’t know anyone who is like that.

  4. I’m so with you. It’s sad that most girls worry more of their body than their brains…at the end the one with brain survives. When I was in high school most (98%)have already losted their virginity and was proud of it! I felt sorry for them. I had more guys friends than girls so I use to hear everything. These girls that are so proud of not being a virgin no more, did’nt know that they were more of a joke to these guys. Yeah you can have fun in your life, party, relax, live, but there has to be a balance in everything you do.

  5. Haha, this is pretty harsh, but a good wake up call.

    I’m a teen girl, but uh, I don’t really the girls you seem to be directing this at.

    I’m glad someone wrote something like this though. Blunt and right to the point. Nice job. :]

  6. don’t you think that’s a little harsh?? not to mention offensive?? i mean really.

    eating disorders don’t have anything to do with guys, they’re about control, seriously, you should have done a lil research before writing this.

  7. half of the generation i am growing up in seems not to realize this. i am a virgin, haven’t smoked, gotten drunk, or partied til i almost passed out. and yeah, i’m made fun of it. but it makes me happy to know that at least some p[eople understand were i am coming from

  8. This is true for several of my peers, but I hope you know that we aren’t all horny bimbos. I know this goes against stereotype… but some of us actually have depth, morality, and intelligence despite what Hollywood says.

  9. GREAT POST *clap clap*
    I wholeheartedly agree with you
    Some chicks just need the hard cold truth to be laid out for them
    Hope your post nail something into those air heads

  10. I agree with everything this says.
    Although I may sound a little hypocritical, being a teenager that also watches her weight and is a little more (promiscuous) than some, I think girls should read this and wake up.  In a few years when we’re in college, girls who are foolish to make these choices and not care are in for a big surprise later in life.
    Thank you so much for posting this.

  11. Okay, so I can’t read through all 229 comments, just the first 10-15 or so.  But I do have to make the point that in some areas, like the area that I’m living in, being educated is a thing that turns people off to you.  I consider myself pretty educated — I love art and philosophy and in middle school I was reading books like the Divine Comedy and look up to poets such as Dante and Virgil, while still retaining a love for mindless video games and movies and weird stuff.  I take interest in world culture and I want to learn as many languages as possible.

    But once people see how wide my interests are, usually just in music, they don’t want anything to do with me.  “OMG…you’re not PURE ROCK, or a PURE METALHEAD?  Fuck you.”

    It’s difficult for me to be the way I am, because everyone is constantly telling me how horrible of a person I am and how I need to change.  My parents look at other kids who “dress normal” and “have normal interests” and tell me I’m a freak.  Really?  So I should basically dress in clothes more expensive than my current ones, smoke, drink to get fucked up, have sex with every guy I come across and almost overdose on drugs at least three times?

    Well, I can say that I’ve probably been retarded a few times because more than once, I’ve been fucked over by guys who just wanted my body.  And honestly, for being as smart as I really think I am, there was no way to know.  They acted interested, didn’t push it on the first day.  Waited weeks, even months.  But once the fuck came and went, they wouldn’t even answer the damn phone or anything.

    But I understand what you’re trying to say.  I can see from your judgements that you know this is only one side of the story.  But what you don’t seem to realise is this is what’s normal for most people these days.  The people who treat others like fuck toys don’t want a connection and those people are becoming the majourity.  Guys and girls alike.  That’s why I do whine about this type of shit and that I can never find someone who is at my level of intelligence, or even beyond.  And I’m aware that if I never leave this place, I’ll never find one.  It’s a brutal truth I’ve come to know and for the most part accept, but it still gets me into madness and fits of depression.  I know how to make myself happy, but I still long for a connection and an understanding.

    And now, I’ll let you swish this around a bit before I throw out too much and make this unnecessary. x.x;  I just felt I should point this stuff out.

    And I apologise in advance if someone else has already said this…like I stated, 229 comments is far too much at the moment, esp. when I have better things to do.

    Take care now.

  12. Finally–someone who is willing to say it the way it should be said.  Thank you.  I am sad, afraid, appalled by the direction which many young people are taking these days, and hopefully they will wake up and smell the roses.  I chalk it up to bad parenting or non existent parenting.

  13. You make a good point, without all that messy sugar coating other people seem to like putting on it. However, when you start talking about girls bitching because they think they’re fat, you get into the actual anorexics and the girls that want to be anorexic as some kind of…bloody hell. I don’t know. I guess you pointed it out when you called them idiot sex toys.

    I don’t know what girls are afraid of when it comes to being smart. I’m not attempting to be conceited, but I do tend to think I’m fairly smart, and I’ve had boyfriends that weren’t brainiacs that I got along just fine with. One of them is now one of my best friends, and we hang out pretty regularly.

    But in all seriousness, that kind of crap makes me ashamed of my own gender.

  14. Myself being a teenage girl, I can say that this is all true.. I’m so glad I’m past my peers and outgrew my stupid, immature ways, and now I can look at them and be like, “You think you’re better than me? You have no idea how dumb you look.” So yeah, I’m happy about that and I’m glad someone is actually calling out these stupid, naive girls. Too bad not everyone will get the message.

  15. Teenagers have always been stupid.  You just read them these days, and they’ll get to read themselves when they’re 30, just like you :)

  16. well, girls [being one who struggles with food and weight etc. ]

    dont necessarily do these things because of guys

    they could have a poor self image, esteem, be a perfectionist, yearn for acceptance, want control because theyre struggling and going through a lot in life..you know theres other things to think about than sex.

  17. I agree 100%!  Especially with the whole anorexia thing.  I was so annoyed looking at those xanga blogrings in the health section.  There were probably 500 groups dedicated to anorexic/bulimic wannabes.  How did eating disorders get so glamorized?

    Anyway, nice entry :)

  18. Pop culture: music, TV, video games, movies impact values more than parents. This is more true when TV is the primary entertainment for parents. It dulls their mind and produces dull kids. Public schools could teach values clarification which has nothing to do with religion. Maybe Obams’s idea of more time in the classroom (and less time with popular media) will have a positive effect on these kids. Sometimes they just need to hear it to know that it is right as attested to by some of the comments you’ve received.

    I hope your words find their way to millions.

  19. @n_niji_arkoiris – I feel your pain.  I swear to God your comment could’ve been written by me :)

    As cliched as it sounds, just be yourself.  Who cares if people don’t like your clothing or the music you listen to?  In the end, if you change yourself just to fit someone else’s image, it’s the dirtiest feeling in the world, short of being a criminal.  Personally I’d rather be unpopular than feel like that.  When you find that person or group of people who like(s) you for you, no matter where you shop, then you know you have a true friend or significant other.  It’s hard, I know (I used to have death threats screamed at me when I was in school because of my religion) but once you’re out of that stupid, clique-y high school/college/workplace environment, it gets A LOT easier.  There ARE people out there who are not brainless morons.  And some of them even know how to have a good time :)

  20. I wish more people shared this thought process at younger ages. But where to point the finger? The media for pumping out the idea or the general public for believing it? I guess it’s a bit of a vicious cycle, but revolutionary things didn’t happen when people only followed the footsteps in front of them.

    I agree with this post whole-heartedly, glad I’m not the only one.

    -Yami

  21. 3.

    how about everyone that parties and drink? do guys end up having bad skin, also? I think we are that age that that’s all we DO. kinda – ish ~ i would say more…well , maybe tomorrow since it is 3 in the morning.

  22. i agree with you totally

    i’m 15 and i hope i’m not included in this category….but anyways i dont think i do

    i hope each and every girl from my school reads it ! they need it!

  23. wow your blog seem to hit the heart of girls huh ? i find it amazing how most of us are trying to prove that we are not one of the girls that you just described. No offense but the sad thing is why do we even bother what you think about us…. It’s sad.

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