To speak up when you have something of value to say, even when you’re too scared.
I don’t care if you’re on birth control and he’s the captain of the football team, ejaculates gold, and is “definitely STD-free”—USE. A. CONDOM.
Congrats! You tolerated each other for an extended period of time! Gold stars all around.
Chris Pratt (Andy Dwyer) was only supposed to be on the show for six episodes, but the writers and producers liked him so much that they wrote him into the show as a series regular.
“That he bought an engagement ring after we’d only been dating for a month and a half.”
“But yes, your teachers may be stupid. So are you, so am I, so is everyone (except Neil DeGrasse Tyson). The whole pleasure in being a human is in being stupid but learning to be less stupid together.”
Obviously, I’m balancing my very precious time between thinking about working out, not working out, and spending the beautiful and sunny daytime hours watching Law & Order: SVU.
“Why do you have so much stuff? Don’t you realize you have a roommate that has to fit in your room, too?”
We have a rover taking selfies on Mars AND we’re able to have conversations with our robot device that we store in our pockets (“Damn you, Siri!), WHY haven’t we come out with an oral contraceptive for men yet? Just saying.
Having a backslide with an ex. They know it’s not their job to be judgmental, it’s their job to be there for you to talk about it. Even if they don’t love your ex, and they don’t think the ex is good for you, they understand that support is always more helpful than being unnecessarily harsh.