It allows you to reconnect with your own thoughts, dreams, desires, and insecurities. And it challenges you to enjoy the solidarity that life has to offer.
Here it comes, the mid-twenty freak-out. It’s 2015 in how many months? I’m going to be 25 soon?
They used to leave out the family’s phone bill hoping you’d see it and offer up some cash, but they got tired of having you remind them to pay it.
She has 17,000 kids with her and doesn’t even remember why she came into the store to begin with. She looks like she could use a massive hug, or maybe a year long vacation.
You would THINK that the father of the child I was hired to entertain would treat me with some level of respect, right? I mean, his wife is in the next room and I’ve spent the past hour bonding with his daughter, so it would be ridiculous for Daddio to hit on me.
USA number 1, no more! Also, Mark Wahlberg wants a pardon, Shia LaBeouf gets laughed at for claiming sexual assault, and the U.S. takes its first step towards going to Mars, all in today’s news and web roundup.
Fairytales are only meant to exist in books.
1. The best things in life happen outside of comfort zones.
We think we are beyond a retail job that pays minimum wage and that there is nothing to be learned when forced to work in this ‘wasteland’. Not true.
2. “You’ll never make any real money doing this.”