You will drive most of the time. It’s not that I don’t like driving, it’s that I love not driving.
That night, a bomb went off in downtown Atlanta. We awoke to full-coverage on the news. Over one hundred injured, at least 2 dead.
Todrick went full out and hired a full cast to act out the hoodrat version (featuring Antoine Dodson of “Hide yo’ kids, hide yo’ wife” fame). Take off your PC hats and please to enjoy.
I don’t care if your full-time job is licking envelopes at a nuclear waste plant, it’s an accomplishment if you’ve managed to secure a salaried position ANYWHERE.
Almost all your friends are in serious relationships now (they paired off with someone seemingly all at once) and you’ve become the weird loser that somehow missed the boat. All of a sudden, you’re thinking pathetic thoughts like “I think I need more single friends so I can have someone to hang out with on a Saturday afternoon again.”
Gavin McInnes has been called many things: the godfather of hipsterdom, a punk, a misogynist, a white supremacist, a prankster, fashion icon, a tree planter, a drug-loving boozer playboy, an entrepreneur, a drug dealer, a cartoonist, a musician, a writer and perhaps most memorably just an all around awful human being.
Yoga has always seemed a bit controversial to me. Endure an hour of awkward (and often painful) poses and then bada bing, bada boom, your mind and body are rejuvenated. Doesn’t something seem wrong with this picture? Sure, you feel better after yoga.
Roxicodone (Roxy, for short) comes in tiny blue pills. So tiny, in fact, that I would often lose them in my room and not find it until weeks later. Misplacing your drugs is always the worst feeling, but you could take solace in knowing that you would find them again when you were least expecting it and it would be the best surprise ever.
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“This is my life. This is what’s happening in my life. This is who I’ve chosen to be with. The problem is that my choice is theoretically time-unlimited. This isn’t like ‘We’re monogamous for one more year.’ It’s more like ‘We’re monogamous… forever.’”