The post-college world, though, requires you to be both decisive and deliberate in your romantic pursuits. In other words, adult.
Literally: it’s unintentional, but I stand with my shoulders hunched forward and my back lazily reclined, which leaves my pelvis protruding. Set this in motion, and my crotch is like a cat’s whiskers, preceding my body and feeling for danger — or pleasure! — ahead.
We are less scared of our life’s tragic fall than we are of its plateau. We’d prefer a sudden death to a boring life, and we can’t think of anything more boring than traffic, weather, and Mondays.
ANNALS OF SCIENCE: “Bouncing Off Me, Sticking To You,” Rediscovering the properties of rubber and glue.
a) “I want to rip out his heart and feed it to him. I want to kill people. I want to rip their stomachs out and eat their children.” b) “My main objective is to be professional but to kill him.” c) “You suffer beautifully. But I am here for business, not pleasure.”
Ignoring the fact that the author is no longer living, I’m pretty sure one of these titles will follow The Girl Who Played With Fire and The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest.
In which I predict the ending of classic movies I’ve never seen.
7. Most overplayed on the radio – COMMERCIALS. 11. Suggestive text – ;]. 13. Capital of Nevada – LASVEGASDUHWAITWAITNOIT’S RENOWAITWAITASECOND
In 2007, a 16-year-old Florida girl named Jennifer Mee received national press when she hiccoughed for over a month straight. After her hiccoughs went away, Today Show host Meredith Vieira asked Mee rhetorically—or so we thought—”What are you going to do for attention now?” Her answer became evident when headlines later read something like, “Hey, Remember That Hiccough Girl? Yeah, Police Say She Just Killed A Guy.”