“How do we know the world is not just a figment of our imagination?” Sounds crazy right? However, part of personal growth is having a willingness to see other perspectives to engage in conversation. These wonky theories come from passing thoughts, but let’s discuss.
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You know, I can’t help myself. Here comes another SpongeBob reference, specifically from the episode “No Weenies Allowed”…Somehow you’ve made it out of Weenie Hut Junior, and you’re at the door of the Salty Spittoon. Instead of being greeted with the normal, “Welcome to the Salty Spitoon. How tough are you?” you get “Welcome to […]
Do you ever feel like as a species humans are getting screwed over? We have to work jobs, we have to pay taxes, and WE DON’T GET TO HIBERNATE! So many other animals get to snuggle up during the winter months with a nice pile of food, while we go out in the cold and […]
As we get closer to Thanksgiving, it always makes me think about the short-lived time that I was a vegetarian. It was a span of time that lasted about two months during my sophomore year of college, and it culminated right around Thanksgiving. Having no game plan as to how I could make Thanksgiving work […]
A few days ago, I tweeted for the first time in years. I wish I could say it felt good, but noooo, I was too busy being anxious about whether or not people would validate my tweet by liking or retweeting. I’ve talked before about how out of touch I am with social media practices. […]
When you’re at the pool, do you test the water with your toes, or do you jump straight into the deep end? If you have to test the water, one could say that you are hesitating to get in the pool. I remember watching Frozen and laughing when Ana said, “You hesitated” because Kristoff didn’t […]
Wrap me up and call me a fun size candy bar because I am SHORT (I’m inches away from 5′ 0″). There are some people that start off being the tallest person in the grade, but eventually everyone else passes them in height, but I never had that privilege. So this goes out to all […]