Just spent the last 10 minutes laughing at my clitoris because it really does look like a tiny penis
I hate it when people call attention to my dialect. It makes me feel self-conscious and the other people in the conversation probably start thinking that I speak stupidly.
For Father's day, it's going to be just dad, my brother and me. This makes me a bit nervous because usually some of our other siblings, who can't make it home this time, make waffles or pancake on Father's days and Mother's days but my brother or I don't know how to make them. And I feel like it'll be awkward with just the three of us? I love dad but I find it hard to make conversation with him. I'm worried that he'll think I don't care about him. I almost wanted to skip on going home for Father's day just to avoid that awkwardness but I think dad might appreciate me showing up. And I think I need to learn to live with awkwardness.
I found out that cats with tortoiseshell tabby coat are called torbies and I instantly started liking that word ridiculously much. Bonus points that my own cat happens to be a torbie.
I just almost burnt down my house while cooking and I'm absolutely mortified. Not so much about the incident itself, but more about the realization that such a tiny little dumb mistake could destroy my life so easily and quickly.
I'm lonely and really want to make friends, but approaching people or talking to them is terrifying. When I actually manage to get into a situation of interaction, I get this ugly feeling that makes me think that everything I say is wrong, that I seem rude and stuff. Even in the activity group for people with mental health issues that I'm in (I don't know the word for it) I feel the urge to constantly say "IF I'VE SAID SOMETHING RUDE I'M SORRY AND I DIDN'T MEAN IT PLEASE DON'T HATE ME" even though most of the people there seem as timid as me. I feel awful about pretty much everything I do in other people's presence. That's why I've gotten more used to being alone because then there's no fear of anger from other people or shame. But I'm not helping my loneliness.
I stayed up until 3 am because I was avoiding reading my e-mail
It's frustrating when a word is not translatable to another language. Well, in a way this showcases the beauty of languages. Still, some concepts are really hard to explain when there are no corresponding terms across languages.
I'm 20 and I think I should start to understand what politics are even about but I don't even though I read about it.
Is it just me or are a lot of voters this year coming off as self righteous? This “I’m better than you because I voted” attitude is coming off really weird... did you vote because you care about politics or so that you can be an asshole about it? Or, did you vote because you felt pressured into it regardless of whether or not you know anything about what you’re voting on?