So what if I never learned how to peel potatoes with a table knife? There's nutrients on the peel anyway!
Today, I was reminded of the concept of first cousin marriage. (It's legal in my country.) I'm kind of on the fence about it. I mean, I personally think it's gross but I don't think it should be illegal... Then again it heavily increases the risk of hereditary diseases for the offspring, but some couples do not have children at all.. What do you think?
Tbh I just want one friend, someone to know me a little better then myself, granted my boyfriend is that, but I just want some kind of interaction that isn't him sometimes but I have no one, everyone has walked over me, which I never realized until my boyfriend had said something about it when we first started dating. Now I have no one, and I just want someone... Is that bad? Should I only need him? Should that be enough? I feel like I make him feel bad when I mention like I'm going house crazy and shit and that I just need another friend besides him...
I find it funny that a grandfather clock is called that because my grandfather (a carpenter) made several clocks like that
I usually filter people I date by their income and wealth, or career. It's all about the money
It's incredible when people die. I love to hear about someome dying. It makes me want to find the body and look inside it. The pleasure of touching someone's organs is beyond what anyone could imagine. Usually corpses that hit rigor mortis aren't as fun. The lively one's seem to have more squish.
I hate having ym feet on the ground when I'm sitting on a chair, but on the toilet I hate it if the heels of my feet can't reach the ground.
My apartment manager came to my apartment to fix the refrigerator, to stop the over freezing and the bottom to cool again, a day and a half ago. He took the back out, inside of the freezer to scrub the ice and put the back on. He said to let him know if the freezing stops later that evening. I forgot, so I texted him yesterday. He said he will have someone to come on Monday. This morning, the refrigerator was still running and I haven't heard it cut off. I open the freezer to see more ice than before. I turn the knob to turn down the temperature. The knob was loose. The apartment manager broke the knob and tried to hide the issue. This is not the first time he's done something similar to this. He has done things to the other residents as well. I don't trust him. I may have to change my off day to Monday to be at my apartment, when the maintenance man gets there.
I believe that I am obsessed with seclusion. I still go to work, where there are well over 100 people there. Yet outside of work, I go into my regular life as predominantly a recluse. I haven't spoken to high school or college friends in so long, I cannot say that we are friends, but memories now. I mainly visit my mother and father. I have a boyfriend, but we live quite a distance away from each other. His personality is similar, to mine, but I am a bit more of an introvert than he is. There may be consequences for me being this way. I feel, safe, at peace and the most connected with my self, the less people I communicate or have around.
I don't think that old people deserve more respect than anyone else. Of course they deserve extra caution, like standing up so they can take a seat. But because of their physical condition, not because of extra respect. We are all humans. Old people can be bad people. More years of experience don't mean you're smarter than anyone. I don't understand why I, or anyone else, should deserve less respect than another one just based on age.