no but you guys
when I was an RA they used to do tours of my room for incoming students because I had a ton of space.
and this one time the head of the honors college was like, “hey can I show someone your room while you’re in class” and I was like, “sure.” And then I got back from class and realized that my
DivaCup was sitting on top of my desk.
When you’re talking to a totally normal dude online and then all of a sudden he’s like, “here’s my dong” out of nowhere.
Put it away, bros. Time and place.
are you ever in the middle of saying something or showing someone something and you realize that literally no one cares
I’ve literally stopped talking mid-word in a story and no one has noticed.
oh see I’ve just stopped caring. I’m going to finish my fucking story no matter what.
Better get back to salting your meats and keeping a pantry because fridges are a luxury now.
A device that instantly makes one not poor, even if it was already there and belongs to the owner of the apartment or house you are renting.
no but like they were talking about this on NPR the other day.
Poverty is totally being redefined because things that used to be considered luxuries— like cell phones, computers, internet access, basic kitchen appliances, washing machines, et al. are now necessities for most American households. So you can’t really play the game of “you must not be managing your money right if you’re on food stamps and have an iphone” anymore.