i will face “when” anytime, its the “if” i am dead-shit scared of.

so, when you know it is not going anywhere. when is the right time to turn your back from it?

i hate questions like that. its really quite self-explanatory. if you see a ball coming straight at you, when would you duck to avoid getting hit?

see? you would get far from where you are as immediately as possible. you do not keep your stand and raise a finger at the ball expecting it to stop in midair and drop down to the ground. that is just stupid. not even the masochists wanted pain to introduce itself such lousily.

i am not sure why some people ask the most obvious questions when they can very well answer it for themselves. perhaps, mother said as i told her about it, people are not really looking for answers. perhaps, she continue, they are giving themselves another opportunity to explain why they do not do the obvious.

so, when i know it is not going anywhere. when is the right time to turn my back from it?

but where is where exactly? i think that is the more important question. i guess what makes friendships so amazing is that we do not put a destination tag on it. we do not make friends with someone and think, “i want this friendship to last fifteen years only.” or “i want to hold this friendship forever, till death do us part.” romantic relationships, on the other hand, are little tricky. in almost all cases, you do not jump blindfolded and rope-bound into it. but in some rare cases that you do, and oh! cases like that happen, and found out during the course of the journey you actually want it to go somewhere but the other is so fixated humming at the same spot you guys were since a year and a half ago, do you stall or do you split before it gets nasty?

i say you split. but that’s just me.

and remember, i did say “when”. if it was an “if” question, it changes the entire thing.

so, if i know it is not going anywhere. when is the right time to turn my back from it?

i have no idea. i really hope i wouldn’t have to go down that road.

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