Oh, shiny toy syndrome. We all know it well – we’ve been experiencing it since we were kids on the playground, putting down a toy out of disinterest only to find our interest renewed ten fold when another kid tried to play with it. Suddenly the toy that you were so bored with, so completely … More Shiny Toy Syndrome
It’s that time of year again, children! Time to shuffle off to buses and cars and carry on with your hefty pursuit of knowledge (or in the case of college students, time to manage your hangover as best you can and get through class #1 without vomiting). I have to admit, I’m feeling a little … More The First Day of School (well, for some people)
“But I hope we can still be friends.” This line, so often delivered at the close of a relationship, is quite possibly the most absurd thing ever uttered by a human being. The idea of being friends with your ex – real, honest buddies – can be likened to the idea of riding your pet … More The elusive “Ex”
Whoever these two people are, I envy them ❤ . http://weheartit.com/entry/13277462
On Saturday, I cut off all of my hair. I didn’t have much to begin with (about chin length), but what did exist has now been sacrificed to the hair gods in the name of a pixie cut. Friends of mine will tell you that changing my hair comes with every change in my relationship … More Cut Off
In the moment, you want the guy who’s going to ask you to dance at a club. But in your lifetime, you want the guy who’s going to ask you to come outside and dance in the rain.
I am hopelessly pale. Being well over half Irish, I should have accepted this long ago as my lot in life. I do not “tan”. After three months of summertime, I can look in the mirror and say “hey, look at those tan lines!”, and feel great until i walk outside, look at the people … More Embrace the Pale