He said something like “we don’t have to do this” so I reassured him that the night had to end with him inside me and asked that he please shut his mouth and fetch me some more wine.
I’m not talking about looking at the past for the past’s sake. I’m talking about using the past as a way to understand which options we have in the future.
If you don’t want to get hacked with this Facebook exploit then there are some things you need to check.
We consult our friends to brew up the perfect response, the wittiest comeback or the funniest joke so they can see that we’re cool, attractive, charming and funny. We follow everyone else but ourselves.
Over the years, I became conditioned to the process – death, Twitter outrage, and then reflection. My sense of self warped as I came more into my African American roots; understanding what happens, will happen, and can happen to me.
We’re the generation of social media. We all have four core social media accounts kept directly on our phones. Some of us have even more. And that isn’t going to change.
It’s probably the first thing you do when you wake up in the morning and the last thing you do before you fall asleep at night.
This is YOLO like you have always dreamed.
You like my pictures better because it gets straight to the point? My brown eyes tell a better story?
What’s the first gif that comes up when you search your name?