3. When your parents cut you off, it’s the worst thing in the world.
Believe it or not, we don’t have all the free time in the world. And we do get hangovers.
I’m learning a lot about home ownership via repeated viewings of “House Hunters” and “Property Brothers.”
9. Instagram literally puts filters on our lives. You can play the game all you want but there are no winners here, just losers who need you to validate their brunch.
Tuesday is very much the “Angels and Airwaves” of nights out; it has a feel, you sorta get it, but not as close to what you know a night out could be capable of.
When you’re hungover, there’s a good chance that all you want is a little peace and quiet. Think again – music can actually ease the pain of a hard night’s work.
13. SEAMLESS it up. Tweet about how much you like seamless. Pat yourself on the back for being so groundbreakingly original.
I duct-tape an icepack to my head, put on sunglasses, put in earplugs and wait. I’m just sitting here and waiting until the next time I can feel happiness.
A few days ago, I wrote this, discussing the detriments of alcohol abuse and the reasons that supported the assertion that I have a drinking problem.
There’s admiration, there’s pity, there’s fear; addressing you is what I imagine meeting David Hasselhoff is like.