Mar 28, 2013
And generally it is.
If you continually make moronic decisions that impact your quality of life AND then have the nerve to whine and whinge about it.
If you want to bring a child into the world when you’re barely scrapping by AND refuse to get off your ass and get a job.
If you are struggling to the point where you have to ask for donations and yet still refuse to look for a job.
If you decide to give your two cents about every damn topic you come across when you have experience in none of the areas you’re “preaching” about.
I really don’t like people.
What gave it away?
Oct 2, 2012
I found that this whole blogging thing doesn’t suit me… well not consistent blogging. Namely because I find that I’m boring and I get bored blogging about myself. I fantasize a lot about how cool it would be to be a superhero or a vampire… vampires are awesome minus the whole bloodsucking thing but I think I’d be okay with it given that I wouldn’t have much of a choice– food source and all.
So yeah back to me and the whole blogging thing and the fact that I suck at it and I’m talking hardcore fail. Not even that I suck a little– but that I suck a lot. I won’t make any promises and tell people that will change because it probably won’t. I’m lazy and would rather spend my time making up stories in my head, casting spells, or bashing people’s heads in than I would blogging about my not so entertaining life.
I keep telling myself I should create a schedule that details what I’d write about each day of the week BUT I am an Aquarius and I HATE routine so then I talk myself out of it. Now, I’m wondering if that’s probably the best thing to do. I have two blogs– yeah I don’t know why either, I can barely keep up with 1 but I suppose I’m rather in love with the idea of blogging even if I fail at it; maybe that will be my resolution in 2013– keep up with all my blogs, chyeah I thought the same thing too. It’s okay, you can laugh at me, I don’t mind.
So I have officially self declared myself the neglecter of blogs– now where’s my award?
Sep 21, 2011
I’ll be the first to admit that when it comes to words and spelling, I suck.
For instance, my last blog title? I had to google dilemmas to make sure I spelled it correctly. Yup that’s right. And it still doesn’t look right to me.
Though come to think of it there are several words that don’t look right when you spell them out.
Top on that list is convenient. I always feel like I’m missing an “e” or something. It’s pretty pathetic. I think a large part of that though is because of the way convenience is spelled. Tricky little bastard!
And then there’s obsessed. I often misspell this because I forget that there is an “s” that comes after the b. So usually it’ll read as “obessed”—embarrassing right?
Oh and then there’s the word embarrass – how many fucking r’s and s’s should there be?
I’m proud of myself because I actually spelled obsessed and embarrass correctly the first time (without the help of spellcheck, mind you)—okay more like I spelled embarrassing correct, not so much embarrass.
So what does this all boil down to? I’d be an absolute mess without spellcheck. It wouldn’t look pretty and I’m fairly certain I’d drive my readers (those who do actually read– half the time I’m fairly certain I’m talking to myself) mad. So thanks spellchecker, you rock!
What about you? Where would you be without it?