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The Inbetweeners movie may have been a comedy but it also hit home

Following on from the previous post I thought I’d blog about my evening. I was trying to meet up with fellow Lib Dem Conference folk who arrived today but couldn’t find them but I had a fall back option. Before I tell you what that was I’ll let you know that up by the conference venue I was accosted by a prostitute who asked me if I wasn’t to indulge in any sexual services. I politely declined. So just putting the warning out there folks that the prostitutes are in town thinking that they can make some money from the influx of people into town. On the other side of the ledger if you want to get your end away it shouldn’t be hard.

So instead of partaking in sexual activities with a lady of the night I instead went to the Odeon across from my hotel and saw The Inbetweeners movie. It wasn’t as funny as I’d hoped but it was a feel good movie. I’m not an inbetweener anymore. I am well and truly a young adult moving with speed towards middle age. The big 3-0 will be here before I know it.

My private life is shall we say not flowing with feel good stories but someone in the movie – I forget who – said the following and as I sat there sipping on my large but also largely¬†watered down Pepsi it reverberated around my brain. ‘You can’t know what you want until you know who you are’ and boom. Brain cogs went ticking.

I have never known what I wanted in my private life. Not really. I have heard many a person say that they know my type but considering I have no idea what my type is I find it unlikely that anyone else does. All I think I know is I’m not attracted to anyone who doesn’t challenge me mentally and I despise racists. I think in my 28+ years on this planet that is about as far as I’ve got to understanding myself and what I want. Oh you can add someone who is strong-minded to that.

Where am I going with all this? I suppose I’m just telling myself that I will never settle that part of my life until I know who I am. It has taken me a long time to even get this far to be comfortable in my own skin. I’m getting there. Someday someone will love me for who I am and I shall love someone. Until that day though I’ll be fine but whilst I’m not eager to find that person I am interested to see what she’ll be like. I can’t wait to find out who’ll love me and who I’ll love because honestly I am sitting up in this hotel room and I have no idea what type of woman that’ll be and that my friends is the thing that intrigues me most.

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