It’s that time of year: Somehow, everyone and their dog has landed a paid internship with NASA over the summer.
Let’s face it – you need 3 more junk credits to graduate.
Imperfections, flaws, quirks, idiosyncrasies – call these what you will, but I’m here to tell you that they are not always cute. Sometimes they are ominous and deserving of a pensive evening stroll. I tolerated my now-ex for over three years because of his “idiosyncratic” red flags, listed below.
This woman also inspired a trip to BoRics, but you had no earthly idea how to explain what you wanted.