Kristoff saidGo out on the town, have a healthy $25 salad to feel good about yourself but spend all that money on something that you don't even want to actually eat. Than it happens, the model gays walk in. 6' foot athletic. perfect teethed, with the amazing hairlines and chiseled jawlines walk in. Seriously, if they were straight it's no so bothering. But if these guys exist what chance do I have in the gay community. Oh bother. Don't you just hate it? It literally kills me! Knowing that these guys are so attractive, that they could satisfy my partner, or even any guy I could ever have better than me just by their pure looks. Fucking kills me.
Ugh! Yet another one of your "Woe is me" whiner threads feeling sorry for yourself. You really need to seek some sort of professional counseling because it would appear you spend a great deal of your waking hours obsessing about what you are not, rather than counting your blessings to all that you do have. How about you try this exercise and then reassess. Take a walk down a busy street in your area and take a toll of the people who, at least physically, you would want to switch places with. You might be quite surprised how few you see. Buddy, life can suck for anyone -- young, old, gorgeous, not so gorgeous, ripped, fat, rich, poor, tall, short, white, non-white, male, female, straight, gay -- it doesn't really matter. Life is what you make it. You have to play with the cards you are dealt and, trust me, NOBODY is dealt a perfect hand. Everyone's life comes with some challenges. The important thing is taking what you have and doing the very best you can with it. There are basically two choices --- work with what you've got and feel blessed because that "Walk down the street" I assure you will reveal several who have a whole lot less than you, OR you can spend every day of your life obsessing about what you are not and wallowing in misery hour after hour day after day.