Back in 2013, I wrote this T-blawg classic…Chasing The Dragon. About why you should never waste your time trying to make something happen with someone when it will never happen. Two people know when they want each other enough to make it happen so don’t chase the damn dragon and I coined another phrase here. It’s what I do, yo. Then when I took my month-long summer break from here a couple of months back some shit went down with some women that inspired me to come out guns blazing with a bomb ass sequel! Here is that so-called bomb ass sequel.
Another form of chasing the dragon happens when you breakup. Whether it was you who caused the breakup, the other person who caused it or even a mutual breakup, don’t chase them after the breakup. I don’t give a shit what the reason was that led to the breakup. I don’t give a shit if you have this dying hunger to find out what their reason was either. Fuck closure at this point. Fuck wanting them back. There isn’t anything on God’s green Earth that will make them want to come back to you. Once it’s over, regardless of the reason, it’s over. NEVER CHASE. This mainly applies to short-term dating. I mean if you’ve been together a long time or if you’re engaged or married, then yes, don’t give up after one stupid ass silly fight. Try to resolve that shit you idiots. That’s common sense. Hopefully the love is strong in that case. But if it’s short-term or casual dating? Don’t chase that other person. Once they have checked out, das it! Party over. Swallow your pride and don’t bother calling them. Not once. Don’t send a story to them in a text. Do not text them 87,000 times without them responding one damn single time. Do not social media stalk their asses. Don’t be stupid and think your Instagram memes and quotes or Facebook updates or tweets or doing any of that other direct or indirect subliminal social media shit is going to convince them to come back. Because they’re not coming back. You’re chasing the proverbial dragon when you do that. And you never catch the dragon people. Never.
Breakups are usually painful. For the most part. And you prolong that pain by trying to chase the dragon. One thing that has come with dating for as long as I have dated and at the age I am now is I know that when it’s over, it’s over. No tears will be shed. No sleep will be lost. No calls will be placed. No texts will be typed. Not a single second of my time nor a single ounce of my energy will be wasted chasing the dragon ever again. I recommend to all of you that you do the same as well. Ol’ T says, let that dragon fly, fly the fuck away.
Until next time. Always take it there.