Can’t hate it.
I need some subjects to draw/paint/create to sell for freelance so my broke ass can get a haircut.
Thoughts? I know some of you out there will have good ones :)
(Because I sure don’t.)
Klondike Bar, meet thighs.
Thighs- Klondike Bar.
(They’re already fighting).
I started a new job that’s keeping me at a constant state of crazy busy, so I’ve had to neglect the Tumblr for a while.
I’ll be posting some more makeup reviews soon (Rimmel, Revlon, Maybelline, E.L.F., NYC).
I apologize for any abandonment issues.
Well I just broke up with my boyfriend of 6 years whom I live with…
The next steps ahead of me are going to be interesting. I hope some excellent adventures await.
I want to leave my live-in boyfriend of 6 years (lived together for 1 yr, 3 mo).
But I don’t know how…
I have a very minor newfound respect for the Catholic church.
This did make my day.
(still not gettin me though, bitches.)
I feel the need to post a short (= long) rant in response to some advice a friend received from someone else (an early-to-mid-30’s gentleman).
So my friend, not terribly good with men, asked this guy about relationship advice. Here’s vaguely how it went.
Friend: “I’ve been seeing this guy for about a month now & i’m totally in love with him. How do I know if he’s in love with me back?”
Me: “It’s been a month. You’re not in love. Half the month has been spent in his bed. You might like him, but don’t jump to love cuz you could get totally ripped up.”
Guy: (ignoring the “love” comment) “Well I guess it depends. If he is calling you the next day or trying to make plans with you immediately for when you guys could see each other again, then he likes you. If he calls once a week or communicates primarily through text message, I wouldn’t get too attached.”
Me: *slamming head into table.
That last part pissed me off a little, mostly because he was entirely ignoring our obvious generation gap. If you’re over 30 right meow, you call people. Texting is too passive or email-like and might remind you of work. To people my generation of the next generation (14-27ish), WE HATE THE PHONE. Texting is a passive way for us to say something when we want, and think about what we’re saying as much or little as we want, before sending it to someone. It also allows us to go back and re-read something as many times as needed because quite frankly our memories are done-for. My generation doesn’t like to be put on the spot, and phone calls do that. Texts don’t. To my generation, texting is the new phone call!!!
So to my friend, I blend my answer and rando old-school guy’s answer: If he is already thinking about the next time he could see you before you leave or shortly after you leave, he’s into you (yes, even if he is only texting you and not calling). If he texts you once a week (since he prob wouldn’t call you since it’s not passive enough either way) or twice a week, don’t count on it. If you hit it already, don’t lose your mind over it- he did you a pleasurable favor and now you can go play more! :)
I wish the previous generations would understand that.