My face is set in a neutral expression as I type this, probably too dull to merit an emoticon. Let’s say I was smiling, though, or even laughing. Let’s say I was laughing so hard that part of my ass literally came off, on account of all the calories expended. You wouldn’t know it unless I mentioned it. Right now I’m conveying meaning through words only — complete, unadorned sentences.
“Alex Rocco was the first Glen. This is Jerry Orbach. He was also Detective. Lennie Brisoce on ‘Law and Order.’”
Online sharing can result in very embarrassing situations.
Verkendokumentaugenstich: The momentary pinch of inadequacy and remorse felt when you glance away from a chat and spot the work you are supposed to be doing
For something as theoretically simple as boiling eggs, there are too many articles online about how to do it.
For someone who grew up surrounded by fame, I was obsessed with the quiet inner world of the writer. And the only way to learn about that world was the old-fashioned way: I’d compose embarrassingly gushy handwritten letters, stuff them into envelopes, and send them on to their publisher.
Will movies ever be able to get anything mundane right, given the increasing amount of time we spend staring at screens?
Sometimes life presents challenges, and you are not always able to obtain what you want, when you want it. Discuss a time when you have been told you cannot haz something, and explain how this impacted your viewpoint of how important it is to haz things, in general.
STOP TELLING ME WHAT TO DO, THE INTERNET
“I sweeten my coffee with manuka honey, which cures leg ulcers.”
I am single, Christian, and ready to ChristianMingle
>Do you ever find yourself somewhere strange on the internet, and you can’t remember what led you there until hours later you circle back to an article you’d opened what seems like days ago, and rereading the sentence you left off at makes the pieces fall sadly back together?
Oh, you’ve gone and done it again. You bought a way cute pair of shoes that make your feet look a half-size smaller … because they ARE a half-size smaller. But they’ll stretch when you wear them, right?