It seems as though others already have their Christmas wishlist posted and ready to be seen on their blog(s). I’ve never been one to have a “proper” wishlist. If you asked me what I wanted, it would simply consist of things that I would need. If you asked me what I wanted no matter the issue, it would consist of things I’ve wanted for years.
I’m not really a materialistic person. A lot of people who surround me see that I have a blog/website, and they automatically start assuming complete shit – I’m a computer/Internet addict, I can’t live without it, I’m antisocial[1. Correction: I strongly dislike people in general/as a whole, but some are okay.], I’m an introvert[2. What’s the problem? Also, I don’t trust many people.], I’m weird[3. Seriously? You’re closed-minded, and I don’t like you. :)], I’m nerdy, I’m strange, I spend all of my time online[4. Because to make a theme/have a website, it takes a ton of time, and that supposedly means I work on it all at once. Um, no. I would get too annoyed with it/myself, and I would dump it altogether.], I share my entire life online[5. Not even.]…
I could go on, but the list is long. People see I blog, and they automatically assume it’s because I’ve nothing else better to do. People see I blogged one day, and they assume I was online that day. I often schedule my posts because I just want to. I can do that. People see I blog, and they assume I waste my time when I could be doing something much better and more productive. People see I have domains, and they assume such is materialistic. 6birds is no longer a material item; it lost that label two years ago in 2010. 6birds is now a sentimental thing. It means a lot to me.
I don’t know what practical materialistic thing I want for Christmas unless you consider money a materialistic gift. This simple, paper/cloth thing is something everyone wants, thus many people refuse to give it as a gift. Every penny adds up. Thus, I need money for Christmas. That’s my major thing on my wishlist. I also want a friend – one who will understand me and not judge me, assuming I’m lazy and whatnot. Not a friend online like that. I have friends online like that. I want one offline that I can confide in – one who will understand that I spazz out and whatnot all of the time. One that will understand I freak out and sometimes am giddy about the most random and little things possible. One that will understand I completely freeze around guys. One that will understand I never say what I want to say at the time because I have no idea how to answer something until later. One that will understand I used to not be like this. One that will understand I can’t concentrate like I used to be able to concentrate. I just need someone who isn’t family, because I am so sick of feeling so alone. One who is preferably a guy, because I find them to be more comforting than girls.[6. I don’t do well with crying…]
If you want me to get materialistic on you, I want a DSLR. I’ve been looking at a certain one for a while. I also want a new phone, preferably one that allows me to have actual apps and not sucky ones that I’m only able to have now. I’d also like to have my own place. I’m a pretty independent person. And last but not least, I’d like a college degree/to have enough talent that I can make money off of it.
If you want me to get wish-like, I want there to be a cure for depression/PTSD/every single mental illness/disorder out there.