Archive for March 2012
I like to act how I want to act. I like to speak how I want to speak. I like the way I go about my life. You know what I don’t like? Being told how to act, speak, be…Can’t I just…be? When do you feel most awkward? When you speak up. Do something out of... Read more »
Why does a guy feel comfortable striking up a conversation in the locker room at the gym? Does he know I couldn’t care less of his work or kids? Can’t I just get a little private time in my infinitely hectic life? After all, we’re trying to release our stress at the gym, right? Recently visiting... Read more »
The phrase, “Facebook me”, dominated collegiate vernacular in the late 2000s, changing social standards forever (or for as long as Facebook will exist – I’m not predicting a doomsday for the social juggernaut. Take it easy, Team Zuckerberg). I would be wasting everyone’s time by detailing the uses of the website and its influences on today’s... Read more »
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