Many of the older among us whine about the current generation’s need for self-expression and lack of steady employment. We have the world at our fingertips on our iPhones and Androids, but instead of using that knowledge to learn Korean or brush up on the French Revolution, we’re all guilty of using it to Tweet and Snapchat.
I love it when people say “pop” instead of “soda.” I start laughing so hard.
Stealing is mainstay of the American identity, and I still shoplift to this day. Mostly for the nostalgia aspect, but also because I believe that it’s our responsibility as individuals to actively participate in and perpetuate our culture as Americans.
By the end of last year, civil wars and other violence had forced a mind-numbing 51 million people to flee their homes, according to the United Nations. To put that number into perspective, it’s tantamount to the entire population of South Korea pouring out of the country and decamping to other places.
Situations like that could easily be prevented if we just recognized that white girls are just as much of a unique people as the Jews.
If you love books, this is a project you’ll WANT to support.
No matter who they end up with, people are always going to say “they could have done better.”
If this won’t tug at your heartstrings, I don’t know what will.
You’re not anti-social, you’re selectively social.
We all think that meeting a celebrity would be “special” and “cool,” right?