Tag: soapbox

pygmalion: late night hypotheses

Pygmalion Effect: an experiment to support the hypothesis that reality can be influenced by the expectations of others. How we believe the world is and what we honestly think it can become have powerful effects on how things turn out. – (James Rhem) To me this talks about making your dreams or expectations a reality,

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oh come on, showcase you’re talent

So okay, one thing that drives me nuts is rampant misuse of apostrophes. As in: you’re when it should be your, it’s when it should be its, basically when people just throw in an apostrophe because they’re not sure how to spell it and they think an apostrophe will throw the K9 unit of spellcheckers off the scent, OR because they

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bitches are for assholes

So, Cosmo. Cosmo tells me, in their July issue, that dudes love bitches. Now, my first reaction on reading this: Only if they’re dumbass assholes. My second reaction: What is attractive about a bitch? So I read. It appears that a bitch, in the context of this article, means a woman who knows what she

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toxic friends (and the dumping thereof)

Is it just me, or is “friend dumping” hard to do? For that matter, dumping anyone without having a clear reason why? Example. When your boyfriend cheats on you, it’s super easy to dump his ass like the prick he is (and can’t keep to himself) because the transgression is obvious, clearly defined, and is

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soapbox: open to interpretation

So, you can see that I’ve changed my blog look. I’m liking the contrast. You will read words straight from the keyboard of a dirty, mouthy, hooker, yet the page you’re reading from looks like Barbie Doll’s Diary. Beauty. Plus, I just like colors. I’m going to be doing some blogs that I fondly call

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