If I had a book about myself, and it spoke in second-person view, it would say this. Love: You and love will never meet. Everytime you think you're going to meet it, a best friend or random asshole will appear to block you off. When YOU ask a girl out, it's a crime and you'll be made fun of for long periods of time. When someone else asks a girl out, it's perfectly alright. Parents: Even though you think you're old enough, your parents will still baby you and tell you stories you don't need to hear. Humility: No one else can be embarrassed, just you. People will always find ways to randomly embarrass you for no reason. People: Everyone chooses to ignore you and no one else. God just doesn't like you. Girls: They want Zac Efron and Ashton Kutcher look alikes. If you don't look like either of these two, get used to being single and unnoticed. Suicide will help you. Death: Not many people will remember you, by the way, you shouldn't of been born in the first place. I'm very close to making my second suicide attempt, without regrets.