I don't like The Mandalorian. That shit is made up for people under 25.
maybe I should have started getting out and around people more when I was younger. I find every interaction I have with people weird and terrifying. I've been working a month and a half. in that time, I've been asked out on a date 4 different times and offered food three times. I've also been told by one of the customers, he is coming over to my house to have pancakes. I am going to make him pancakes and he is coming over. I said no, he didn't listen. it's a good thing he doesn't know where I live. is this a normal thing? honestly?
SNL is so fucking stupid 🙄
I'm in a long distance relationship, I've been with my gf for 7 months. she has 3 boys. (7, 10, and 12) but she wants me to reach out and establish a relationship with them. I've made attempts but the kids haven't. (I've played video games with them) I told her "it takes 2 tango" the kids should also have the same curiosity to meet me (someone who is dating thier mom) but she said . ""they don't have to because thier kids. and I'm the adult. I should reach out to them. not them" and she also said "how can they know me? if its over the phone" ....the kids don't know me because I'm not there BUT they also don't want to talk/video chat either.....how is that fair? I'm supposed to do all the reaching out....and if they don't like it.....thats ok??? its so awkward when they pop up on the video chat because all they want is to talk to thier mom not. so I move the camera away and she says I push them away??? how?? they don't make zero effects to get to know me who is wrong??? what's right
You know how taste the milk of a jet plane?? It's creamy like ice cream!! OwO!! UwU!!
The past is history. Tomorrow is a mystery. But today is a gift. That is why it is called the present. Let go of yesterday, for it is over. Don't concern yourself with the future, it creates room for fear of the unknown. live in today and be present in the now. Tomorrow will come and with it its new challenges sure enough. So enjoy today.
I just caught my brother playing with himself
things that disappeared in Canada when covid happened: •all other viruses and diseases •the urge to use the bathroom outside your own home (these first 2 are kind of jokes based on regulations that were put in place. thus why common sense is listed below) •common sense •over 100 000 small businesses •family gatherings •trust in the government things that increased (most are a result of the above): •public urination •mental health issue •divorce •entitlement/reliance on the gov. •paranoia/fear •disrespect towards others •mask related infections/acne/etc. •division amongst families now what's really worst? the virus itself or the effects it's having on our society? just something to think about. feel free to add to this list or make your own for your own country.
Husband and I have lived in his home town for four years now, his brother lives very close by. We go over to visit once a week and for me it's bad. My husband will go off periodically to take long buisness calls and I often get left to small talk with his brother and my sister in law and after a few sentences it will just fall into an awkward silence everytime. My mind will go blank as I'm desperatly trying to think of something to chat about and I can physically feel my face go all stiff. Just painfully awkward. It's always been like this,right from the start - I thought it would get better with time but if anything it's gotten worse. I've tried to discuss this with my husband but he's flippant about it and doesn't want to know, he just expects me to be friends with them. In fact at times I have the impression that his brother deliberately ignores me and that makes it even worse, again tried to mention this to my husband but he doesn't believe me. I've never felt so shy or awkward around anyone as I do around these two people and I dread seeing them every week and feeling so uncomfortable. I'm at the point now where I don't know what to do, any similar stories/ suggestions?
did my "back to the office" training for work (it was mandatory even though I've never been out of the office this whole pandemic. but that's beside the point) and 1 video training was all about masks, when you're supposed to wear them, how to wear them, the ones that protect you, etc. the second one was about covid 19 in general and how to prevent it. well the covid specific video, says masks should ONLY be worn by those showing symptoms. while the mask video obviously says everyone should always have them on. this is why I'm skeptical about all these protocols and mandatory things.... because it's so inconsistent that it makes your head hurt. and no, my work training is not the online time I've seen "official" information about this virus that wasn't consistent. the experts can't even agree what should and shouldn't be done. so how are we supposed to know?