Courtesy of Carrie Bradshaw – Sex And The City
The truth is this will really happen.
Originally posted on Thought Catalog:
1. People change. This is so obvious but it’s the leading cause of friendship death in your twenties so we must acknowledge it. You don’t know who you are at the age of twenty but you gravitate towards who makes the most sense in that moment. Then, as you get more of a handle on yourself and what kinds of people you actually want to surround yourself with, you make necessary changes. You cut the fat. You bid farewell to those who no longer fit. This is perhaps the hardest kind of friendship loss to weather because there’s no one to blame. You both just grew into different people. And when there’s no place to pinpoint blame, the heartache can last longer.
2. People move. They move clear across the country, they move to Europe, they plant the seeds of their life somewhere that’s not close to…
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Originally posted on Ideas:
How do I know men are finished? I’ll read you a quote that says it all: “Yes. There have been times when I’ve been in a drunken stupor.” Toronto’s mayor, a shining example of modern manhood is what I would call the canary in the coal mine, only he’s not quite as delicate as the canary. Because, you know, He’s got “more than enough to eat at home.”
Are men literally obsolete? Of course not, and if we had to prove that we could never win. For one thing, we haven’t figured out a way to harvest sperm without them being, you know, alive. But in order to win this debate we have to prove that men, quote unquote, as we’ve historically come to define them — entitled to power, destined for leadership, arrogant, confused by anything that isn’t them. As in: “I don’t understand. Is it a guy dressed…
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The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 2,800 times in 2013. If it were a cable car, it would take about 47 trips to carry that many people.
1. Dreaming and wishing for death
3. Being madly depressed
5. Not eating
7. Being a Hopeless romantic
8. Bulimia (eating disorder)
9. Romanticizing Mental illness
10. Flirting like crazy
11. Wearing thy heart on my sleeve
12. Emotionally longing for someone
14. Having an occasional whiff of loveliness
15. Constantly weighing oneself in subconscious need to feel part of the “skinny” trend
16. Having the facade of secure confidence
17. Heartless at times
19. Being Paranoid and Neurotic
20. Stressing easily