Discussing really important decisions / making these decisions via text messages.
Not having our grandmas as flower girls. We didn’t have anyone to be flower girls, and I didn’t think of asking grandmas until way after the wedding.
I love watching a channel called Legal Eagle. I’m not a lawyer myself but I find it interesting to watch his analysis of different movies and TV shows for legal realism. He even did the trial scene of Tyrion in King’s Landing.
When they want to fight remain calm and agree with them. It frustrates them that they can’t rile you up and ends up showcasing how much of an asshole they really are, and essentially exposes them for being an aggressor/manipulator.
When you see me sitting on the bus staring at my phone, rather than reading the paper or talking to my friend, don’t be disappointed, because I’m very likely doing that exact thing, but through the magic of technology.
Sloths spend 90% of their lives motionless, which means they are slightly more productive than you.
Think about what is necessary versus what is trendy. Do you need twenty signs saying which side to sit on and bride and groom and it’s unplugged and this way to the dancing? No. People know where to sit. People know who you are. And your officiant can tell people to put their phone away during the ceremony.
I know I overreact. I know I’m too sensitive. I know I make things difficult. I know all of these things make you uncomfortable and inconvenience you but maybe just take a second to think about how much they impact me.
Tunity. You can basically scan any TV (restaurants, bars) and hear the audio through your phone if the TV volume is too low or far away for example. It’s pretty wild!
A lot of us don’t always understand sarcasm. Please don’t act like I’m a massive moron if a sarcastic comment you made flew over my head.