Gonna be really culturally insensitive right now and say the eyeball-licking thing in Japan is super disgusting. Like, really really bad.
You know, people who click on the ads with the hot Greek lady expecting something sexy are gonna be really disappointed when they realize it’s a mediocre isometric strategy game.
TWO essays on the exam? I can only manage enough bullshit for one.
I’m sure there were several introductory courses for History or whatever, but I, a sophomore, chose to take a Junior/Senior level course of something I wasn’t majoring in and now I realize I’m not doing so hot.
So, stay up and study or go to bed?
I hate my Women’s History course so much that I don’t care about the grade.
I clearly overstepped my bounds by even bothering with it, and now I have to pay the price.
So much for trying something new, eh?
Watching the 2nd HP movie again.
I get the whole “the books were immature too!” argument, but I dunno, this is pretty silly in a lot of places. It’s honestly not really a problem, considering who the movie’s aimed at, but I wouldn’t blame someone who hadn’t read the books being not all too thrilled with the first two movies.
Good music, though.
Gonna fucking fail the history class I took for no good reason tomorrow
I’M A WORTHLESS PIECE OF SHIT
It’s gotten to the point now whenever I see Game of Thrones mentioned, I have to close the window/walk away/close my eyes/whatever.
BUT, in spite or all that, I totally respect that people have those outward reactions. I might have one tomorrow. I’m binge watching the entire second half of the season then, so it should be good.
I avoided Bioshock Infinite and GoT spoilers by intentionally tuning out, and I’m okay with that. If you’re the type of person that follows a lot of people on social networks you can’t expect to be unscathed by spoilers for that huge thing you like; it’s your responsibility to avoid it.
At the same time, when you’re interacting directly with someone who doesn’t want their experience sullied (heh) by the foreknowledge of huge plot points, obviously respect that.
And honestly, everything that I’ve read that made mention of something happening never said what happened, and that’s pretty damn cool.
Okay, I have no idea who dies (at least I assume that happens) in Episode 9. Like, I guess something might be building up, but I feel the characters are still progressing their arcs or whatever.
All I know is that everyone is crying about what happens. Maybe it’s just because Daenarys gets a boyfriend (that would be weird though) or something.
Whatever it is, the whole season has obviously been leading up to it.
I’ll find out the day after tomorrow.
- The Guardian: Any advice for a 21-year-old who hates their job and has the possibility of traveling the world? And has a boyfriend that they like. (This is for a friend.)
- Rob Delaney: Go do it. Fuck him. Is he a guy in his 20s? Then he's the least significant type of person on the planet. A male in their 20s? Run in the opposite direction. Nothing he says matters; his fears, his hopes his dreams are garbage. Men in their 20s are the worst thing happening on our planet. Go, go to Uzbekistan, go to South Korea, just go anywhere he isn't because men in their 20s are bad for young women.
- The Guardian: So what do women in their 20s do?
- Rob Delaney: Masturbate. Date other women for a while. Use men sexually for a while but don't ever invite their opinion or be bound to them in any way.
I usually try to be a Jon Stewart, but at my worst I’m a Bill Maher.
Today I’m a Bill Maher. I’m very cynical about ever being in a satisfying relationship. I always think I’m being too shallow, but I don’t think I’m ever going to change what I like. It’s never worked up for me though, and I’m left feeling guilty for ever liking them in the first place. I want to think that I’m interested in people past attractiveness, that I value interesting personalities and people with strong convictions, but at the same time I’d just as soon go for a very pretty girl without any of those qualities.
I think it’s that I’m trying to be that even minded, rational, cool guy that I admire while also having the emotional mindset of a teenager. And, to be honest, I never really had a chance to be a teenager and express those emotions at that point in my life, so I’m making up for it now. But that also makes me that immature, unstable, and super inconsistent kid without a personal philosophy. So, in that respect, I’m a Pete Campbell.
Maybe Bakersfield just isn’t the place for me. We’ll see.
(More of these later)