We make plans, we stick to it. We have schedules to meet, routines to follow.
This need to be in control is probably one of the contributors that dulls our life. 'Coz there's no more excitement in your life anymore. Everything's planned. Everything's need to be executed as scheduled. Your need to be in control is so strong, you are afraid to be spontaneous. You are afraid to take unknown risks as it might fuck your life up. But it does spice up your boring life.
However, it can also really fuck you up, so your paranoia is true.
I just made one spontaneous decision yesterday.
Now I wish I hadn't.
For it turned out to be one big fat expensive mistake.
See, I wanted this hair since like, forever.
This is what I went home with:
Plus RM300 poorer.
I wanted to set this salon on fire for its glittery false promises.
Digital perm my ass. Go back to your hair dressing school lah. Or go lecture for an advertising course on how to trick and lie to your clients.
But then again, after much ranting, whining, setting them on fire in my head and talking to people who did digital perms before, or knows anyone who did it, I learned one thing.
There's no such thing as being able to achieve huge, bouncy permanent curls by doing a digital perm. I know four people who did it, and only one managed to get that wonderful, dreamy curls. So it's basically a luck thing and probably your hair texture.
And this is what an internet article says about it:
The digital perm is a renovation of an old idea. One of the earliest methods of “permanent waving” used metal rods through which electric current was run to heat them, with chemical solutions applied in order to create “permanent waves” in the hair. The process was cumbersome, and often severely damaging to the hair.
This is one example how spontaneity can fuck you up.
So, when was the last time you did something spontaneous and it fucked/did not fuck up your life?