We All Like Being Hurt Because…..

proof that we like pain

  • We like being hurt because whenever we get bruises, we press it harder just to see how it feels to make it hurt more, even though we already know what the feeling is. It simply hurts.
  • We like being hurt. Because if we didn’t, we wouldn’t touch our pimples and we’d never lay our filthy hands on fresh open wounds.
  • We like being hurt because if we didn’t we’d never let our tongue wrap itself around a tooth slowly being unattached to our gums.
  • We like being hurt because we look at the sky with the danger of the sun blinding us out. We look at the sky for the pretty clouds, and we sacrifice our sight for beauty.
  • We like being hurt because when our muscles hurt as hell, we use them more.
  • We like being hurt because if we didn’t, we wouldn’t curse ourselves as we insult our body due to its imperfections and insecurities.
  • We like being hurt because we wallow in sadness we, ourselves, caused.
  • We like being hurt because we take that extra skin on the sides of our fingers and peel it, even though it’s painful AF.
  • We like being hurt because we scratch scabs and remove them from our skin.
  • We like being hurt because we get blades and dig them into our wrists, hoping to find a solution with a puddle of blood on the floor.
  • We like being hurt because we take a glance at the ones we love, and we always see them looking at somebody else. But we still look at them.
  • We like being hurt because we step closer and closer, and they take steps away.
  • We like being hurt because we chase the unattainable.
  • We like being hurt because if we didn’t, we wouldn’t love the ones we do now.

 

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