If you love something or someone, set it free and if it comes back to you it’s yours and if it doesn’t, then it was never yours.
Biggest pile of doo doo I have ever heard. The worst part is that I actually believed in it at one time. Yes, me who dissect and investigate everything and never take anything at face value. I fell for that lame old saying.
I loved a lot in my day. like love a lot. Doesn’t make sense? I meant like in the sense of I was like this and I was like that. So I like loved a lot. Got that now? And don’t tell me my love wasn’t real and how it was lust etc. Some of these girls, I never even slept with. But believing that silly ‘If you love something’ crap, I set them free. They never came back. Well some did but I’ll get to that in a bit.
When I set the girls free, I said, “I love you so much honey that I have to set you free. I know we have something good going here but maybe you just aint mine. So if you come back, you were indeed mine. So go honey go! Fly! Explore!” And that was it. They did call me some colorful names that I can’t write here. Family blog and all. But they weren’t impressed with the way I ‘set them free’.
I also owned a few pets that I had to set free rather reluctantly and sadly. I took a cat to the outskirts of town and ‘set it free’. It guess it wasn’t mine as it never came back. My dog Frudo, I took him across state lines and never saw him again either. I thought he loved me but he obviously didn’t or he would have come back. I even lost a kid too. Sent her to live with her mommy and never looked back, expecting her to return. I guess she wasn’t mine as I never saw her or heard from her again. It was good finding out a few kids that I thought were mine were not. Man, I was letting shit go like I had the runs. Family, friends, all got released and most never came back.
Then I got married and then for some strange reason, the girls I released into the wild came calling. Aww…so they did love me. Unfortunately for them, they took too long and fortunately for my wife, I am low on patience. Some took a couple of years, some took ten years or more. One took about twenty years but give her credit, she did come back. I can’t believe so many of them were actually mine!
So believe me, the saying is untrue. If you love something, please don’t let it go. Hold on with both hands for dear life. Squeeze the life out of the thing. Unless you are stealing boomerangs, it might never come back if you let it go.
What did I do with the chicks that came back? Oh you want to know eh? Well I slept with the unslept-with ones and added the others on Facebook. I AM JUST KIDDING!!! About them being on Facebook. Wait, I turned that around. I meant I am kidding about sleeping with them but they are on Facebook.
Who came up with that silly saying anyways?