Send hugs, people. I think I'm going through not-quite-heartbreak? I find it hilarious, but at the same time, I am now feeling really stupid. Oi, life... Join in the One-Liner Wednesday fun here.
WHY. DO. PEOPLE. DO. THIS? I will use Dumb-Dumb as an example, because if he really is secretly reading my blog, maybe he will learn a thing or two. Anyway, so he messaged me. Upon reflection, I should not have even replied because to quote him 'there was nothing to reply to'. It went something … Continue reading the one word reply
... and I have one. Seriously. A change of wind would crack me up. Half of the time I have no idea what I'm laughing at. I have had laughversations with people where we are just laughing at nothing. Sometimes I laugh in lieu of saying things like you're so stupid, but for the most … Continue reading all that I’m after…
via Word of the Day Apparently, resplendent means something that dazzles, glitters and is pleasing to the eye. Like Chris Hemsworth. Who is not pictured above because it was easier just to get a stock photo. I'm a terrible future (highly optimistic) wife. For some reason this has me thinking about attractiveness. I typically don't really … Continue reading resplendent
Another day, another book. This one isn't my usual bag, but I typically read these 'romance' books for the laughs. Check out this book on Goodreads: In Skates Trouble (Chicago Rebels, #0.5) by Kate Meader Warning: NSFW book cover below. He'll give her what she needs . . . Addison Williams isn't looking for romance, but when … Continue reading In Skates Trouble [review]
I did post about this in my journal, but I have a send it into the world urge so y'all get this post. I am embarrassed on my own behalf. Feel free to ignore. There's some backstory to this, but it's more or less an isolated incident because it happens allllll the time and it's … Continue reading send it into the world
I had a conversation with a friend a while back that left me with some low-key bitterness. She was asking about when I was going to get married. I told her not to worry and she asked me how old I was, and I was like... well, what does that matter? The unsaid time is … Continue reading not good enough #5 – boys