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Two-Faced

Thursday, December 22, 2016
I wish I was talking about the eyeshadow palette, but sadly this post is about something else. I need to talk about the venomous creatures all of us know: two-faced snakes.

These are the people who pretend to like you but secretly hate you. These are the people who call you terrible things when you're not listening, but when you accomplish something extraordinary, they kiss ass as much as they can, just so they can be part of your success. These are the people who act nice when other people are watching, but turn nasty once the cameras are off. 

In other words, these are the people who aren't worth your time.

For example: Jenna hates Jackie because she's weird. Jenna talks shit about Jackie. But then Jackie becomes a world-famous actress. Jenna kisses Jackie's ass whenever she's around because she wants part of the fame.

Like, are you kidding me right now? Your fakeness is overwhelming. 

There will always be two-faced people. In school, at work, even at home -- they're like bad habits you can never get rid of. These two-faced snakes can be harmless, but they can be pretty damaging, too. Two-faced snakes have the power to ruin your image by spreading stories that aren't entirely true. Why they do that, I don't know. Is it because of insecurity? Pure hatred? Lack of goodness in the heart?

It would be easy to say, "I'm not affected by what other people say about me" but let's be honest, it does hurt to be stabbed by someone you thought you could trust.

The thing is, these snakes aren't that easy to spot. Sometimes they dress up and pretend to look all innocent, fooling everyone including themselves. You know those movies with housewives wearing pearls, who pretend to be perfect, but are actually viperous as hell? They want the world to see them as important and faultless members of society. They want to look good in front of an audience but don't care who they step on.

But why do they have to hide their other face? If they're fierce enough to talk shit behind our backs, shouldn't that mean they're fierce enough to be honest? I don't know anything about psychology or whatever, but I think they're truly afraid. They're afraid of having someone better than them, so they talk shit about others to appear powerful, to compensate for their lack of achievement. Then, when faced with the person they once talked shit about, they're afraid of confrontation, so they fake being nice. And, when someone has something they want, they fake being good people too, because deep inside, they want what the other person has. They're jealous, but they don't want that to show.

To be honest, there's no way to get rid of these two-faced snakes. I guess we just need to be careful with whom we associate ourselves with, of whom we "befriend", because these snakes can strike any time. Ignoring the negativity they throw at us is another way to "kill" these snakes, but that's easier said than done.

I guess the most important thing to do is to know who you truly are, know what you stand for, and keep building yourself up instead of knocking others down.

And hopefully, the two-faced snakes will learn a thing or two.

Photo Credit: Christal Yuen
10 comments on "Two-Faced"
  1. Yes to this! There are so many "snakes" in the work place it drives me crazy sometimes. Keep them posts coming!

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  2. I could imagine nagini on this haha

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    1. Nagini could be better than these snakes lmao x

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  3. At the end of the day it feels great to know that you're a better person than those backstabbing bitches.

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