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Oh, girls and boys. Who thought up this *wonderful* idea where you take pictures of yourself in the bathroom? Is that the most interesting thing you do all day? Document you in your best face where you take a dump? Is the lighting just so fabulous that you are compelled to capture on your ever-so-important camera phone? I just don’t get it. How is this attractive? It’s gross AND lazy. If this is something you think is so interesting and worthy of documenting and then post it for the world to see I’d hate to see what your idea of boring is. 

I’ve never seen a bathroom selfie and thought to myself “Wow, he/she looks SO GOOD in that picture, I should take a bathroom selfie too!”

If the highlight of your day is taking a picture of yourself where you shit and piss, I am so very sorry. Maybe you could take up some volunteer work, invest in some therapy, or watch paint dry. In the meantime, please spare the rest of us.

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To be old & wise, you must first have to be young & stupid.

So very, very true. Do we get extra points for being REALLY stupid? Probably not.

Happy (belated) National Grammar Day, everyone!

I am a proud, card-carrying member of the grammar police.

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Wow.  It really is kismet that yesterday was National Grammar day. This is one of my TOP 5 Pet Peeves. When did correct grammar go out the window? I understand texting shortcuts and the occasional online quick-post, but some things really are unforgivable. When someone at least shows an effort to use correct grammar, it automatically makes them more attractive. Extra points for actual correct usage of “there” “they’re” and “their” as well as “your” and you’re”. It is incredibly unfortunate that this is the case.

The whistling and bullshit have started again today, but instead of wasting my time (other that the time I just wasted?) I will focus on other things that are more worthy of my time.

Happy Tuesday, everyone! My attittude has been adjusted and my outlook brighter than yesterday. I realized that none of of the BS is really that big of a deal, unless I let it become just that. I’m working on acceptance today, but before I do…

10 Reasons Why I Love John Malkovich

1. He’s a motherfucking badass.

2. He doesn’t give a shit what you think.

3. He embraces his uniqueness.

4. Hilarious.

5. He has that “je ne sais quoi” que j’aime

6. He is fluent in French.

7. He has failed multiple times but doesn’t let that keep him down. (Madoff scheme, clothing line, etc)

8. He’s not afraid to look like an idiot (I love the “I’m better, I’m back!” scene from Burn After Reading

9. Umm, hello?! Being John Malkovich anyone??? Genius.

10. His voice. Yeeees.

Why not?

So I started a blog with my roommate and quickly decided I needed one of my own so I wouldn’t constantly have to edit my viewpoint in writing for two. What’s up world, Samantha’s here. I am 25, single (haha…MUCH more on that later) and working and living in the greater Atlanta area. So I’ll add more to this later. I have some other shit I have to get off my chest. Deuces.