10 Reason I Love Being A Single Pringle
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10 Reason I Love Being A Single Pringle

If you're single, great! If you're not single, also great!

10 Reason I Love Being A Single Pringle

It seems as though all you hear nowadays is how people are oh so miserable when talking about being single. I for one, happen to really enjoy it. Especially after getting out of a rough relationship, being single is SUCH a good times. Here's 10 reasons why.

1. Saving Money

What's better than paying for a romantic dinner for two? Buying a large pizza, eating it alone while watching "That 70's Show" reruns, and knowing you saved some serious cash.

2. Being Selfish

People often see being "selfish" as a bad thing, however it is so necessary to an extent. Being single gives you the opportunity to do things for you and nobody else; while not having to worry about another person.

3. No Shaving!

Not that you have to shave your legs while you're in a relationship either, but most people do and boy oh boy am i so glad i do not have to worry about that.

4. Jealousy? What's that?

Getting jealous in a relationship is common and almost impossible to avoid. But no relationship=no jealousy. Tell me thats not music to your ears.

5. No Compromising Netflix Shows

Having to sit through shows and movies that you simply are not interested in, are usually common occurrences in a relationship. But guess who you have to sacrifice binge watching your favorite shows for when you're single? N o b o d y.

6. Being Responsible for Nobody's Feelings

It's easy to get emotionally invested in a relationship. Before you know it, your significant others problems and feelings also become yours. It is extremely nice to not have to constantly have those thoughts and worries in the back of your mind.

7. Flirting Around

This one is pretty self-explanatory. Especially after being a relationship for a while, getting back out there and not having to worry about and serious feelings can be super fun. Of course not having to owe anyone anything is great too.

8. Freedom

Not having to constantly have somebody else know what you are doing basically all the time is definitely a perk. My decisions are mine and mine only and do not have a direct affect on anyone else.

9. Self Discovery

It can often be difficult to maintain individuality while in a relationship. I know for me, I lose myself in relationships. This being said, it is so fulfilling learning new things about yourself; like interests, disinterests etc.

10. Not Giving a Single F**K

Being single gives you the opportunity to do, WHATEVER YOU WANT. I don't have to answer to anyone and i can 100% do things that i enjoy without having to worry about another part of the equation. I am living life to the fullest and doing things that make me feel joy.

I love being single, and hopefully these 10 things make you feel a little better when you're moping about not having a boyfriend/girlfriend. Life is too short to not do things that make you happy. If you're single, great! If you're not single, also great! Just make sure you are doing things that benefit your life regardless, and you will be just fine.

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