We've all see them, at least those of us who have sold our souls to Pinterest. I'm talking about the quotes, you know... the ones where you've just broken up with your boyfriend/girlfriend and somehow you read, "The grass isn't always greener on the other side; you just need to spend more time watering your own," and somehow everything is magically going to be better. Newsflash Pinterest, your ex-significant other isn't going to come back no matter how long you spend watering your grass. In fact, I don't think he or she really cares a lick about how green your grass is. (Unless, of course, not green enough grass is the reason you broke up in the first place).
You see, I'm a realist. I tell it like it is, no sugar coating involved. And you, my friend Pinterest, are getting brainwashed! So, I've decided to make this post about enlightening you to the truths behind the quotes those liars are putting out there. Here, you will get the unmasked version of the quotes. Ready, go:
... unless, of course, he has broken wings or there was recently a plane crash nearby... then there's a possibility that he did fall.
False. The best way to cheer yourself up is to watch this on repeat!
Sometimes you need to forget what you remember.
No. Trying to outrun a cheetah is wasted energy....
People take different roads seeking happiness and fulfillment. Just because they are not on your road does not mean that they actually know what they are doing.
What the quote should read: You can never cross the ocean unless you have a boat, some oars, and the courage to lose sight of the shore.
the part no one ever quotes... "because if you focus on how far you've got to go, how far you've come doesn't make the darndest bit of difference."
I only hope that you'll start to look at quotes with a critical eye from now on. Take everything with a grain of salt. Because not everything you see is true. Except this next one. This one is true...