Don’t spend too much valuable time primping up your resume that you end up forgetting what the employer is really looking at: you.
Unfortunately all good things must come to an end, just ask Myspace. If for some reason you’re still living in the past, here are the reasons you need to bid adieu to Facebook.
2. When you’re arguing with your family/close friends
I’m too attached to how good my hair looks in this picture to let it go.
Gas prices make Keystone XL pipeline questionable, online gossiping banned in Tennessee, L.A. requires condoms in porn, state governors leaves millions of children uninsured, and the families of the Newtown massacre victims sue Bushmaster all in today’s news and web roundup.
We come from a generation of over-sharing, and it only seems to be going downhill from here.
“Will somebody please tell me when it became OK for people to disobey and disrespect an officer of the law??!?!?”
2. She’ll remind you that four months of college debauchery are worth the one week of pure academic hell.
1. The way people “meet each other” nowadays is, like, really weird. If you’re like me, you grew up watching movies where people made a romantic connection through a—gasp—face-to-face interaction.
“OPINIONS! From people who shouldn’t be allowed to have them.”