It’s not a way to live. It’s not a way to do big things. It’s a way to fail big.
“Told her beauty is why God invented eyeballs. And her booty is why God invented my balls.”
Today’s social climate has many people believing that West’s skin color caused struggles that overshadow his privileged upbringing.
Daniel was all about spiritualism, casting off all his worldly possessions and eating broccoli. Jay-Z is all about hoarding money, buying expensive headphones and eating two bites of expensive cheese only to throw the rest away.
A dozen of the most elaborate, enduring, and heartwarming expressions of true love in world history.
At 30 years old, I allow myself to think that I’ve got a long and happy life ahead of me. And as a child of first-world privilege, I’m probably right in that assessment. But anything could happen.
1. Philly woman out-muscles dudebro on “Flex Cam” This past April at a Philadelphia Soul arena football game, the stadium’s giant screen broadcast the “Flex Cam,” which is a tradition where members of the crowd flex their guns.
You don’t hate Mondays, you hate endings.
Here is a list of 10 songs—ranging from older to more current—that helped get me through and might help you in your own heartache.
“I’m not afraid of dying I’m afraid of not trying.” — Jay Z