Slowly but surely it is changing. Hipster restaurants that made vegetarianism a culture in east van have parted ways for an ethnic explosion of newness. a vibrance of fresh tastes and fresh styles. When the foundation closed, it felt like the end of an era, one that started with the foundation. I felt like my 20's were a revolution along Main Street, but I got old. to see the new wave coming and it being a youth wave of deliciousness warms my soul.
I really just want a super hot woman to cut my hair and massage my scalp. I'd pat $50 if that was the case.
One aspect of winter I really enjoy is the toques, especially the ones with a furry pom pom on top. They're fun to look at and give off warm and fuzzy vibes.
Skeptics are fascinating... Flat earth people... Anti vaccine people... Anti mask people...
Whenever I meet one... I really am interested in how they think. There's no animal that behaves and thinks this way... It's really so fascinating - I should have been a psychologist.
I confess. Every time I see a high-end black or white vehicle, my mind immediately goes to “drug dealer” or “money laundering”. I watch the news. Almost every single time it shows a vehicle implicated in crime, it’s a high-end vehicle that’s either black or white. Oh, and let’s not forget the fancy hubcaps. Hint: anyone who doesn’t want to be associated with crime: pick ANY other colour!
I've been watching all these Just for Laugh videos on YouTube and it got me thinking. What if I hired a bunch of actors to 'randomly' encounter my missed connection and hype me up? I'm thinking like 'wise old woman' or 'friendly store clerk' who would somehow allude to me being the perfect life choice. I can't seem to convince the person any other way.
I wish I was a kid again.
My son-in-law is American and does not believe in vaccinating my grandchildren. My daughter will just follow his lead.
Every year they go on a 3 to 4 week vacation and this is the time I vaccinate my grandchildren without telling them. I understand what I am doing is wrong but I couldn't live with myself if my grandchildren got the measles or some other deadly disease. I have to hear this idiot brag about how none of his children got sick because vaccinations are a liberal hoax every single Christmas and Thanksgiving though.
I know what I did was wrong but it was so right and I can live with the consequences.
I know I should tone it down a bit, but as soon as I heard he's a major-general, that song from "The Pirates of Penzance" popped into my head -"I am the very model of a modern Major-General,
I've information vegetable, animal, and mineral"- and I couldn't stop laughing because it's such a ridiculous thought. I really am incorrigible and silly.
I'm a late bloomer when it comes to love and romance. I didn't even go on my first date until I was 22. Soon after that first date, I met my first boyfriend who I had all my other firsts with: first kiss, first time I had sex, first parents I met,... and we were together for over 5 years. I think it lasted 4 years longer than it should have because, it took me so long to have someone, I was afraid it would be my only chance. And he used to tell me that too: "You'll never find someone as good to you as me."
It's been almost 3 years since we'd broken up. I've had some casual relationships since then, and that's been nice. I've learned more about myself and more about what I want and need in a partner. And I've had something close to a serious relationship during that time, but he ultimately wasn't ready. We broke up despite telling each other we were falling in love. That was 2 years ago. He's in a committed relationship with someone much better suited for him now. It hurts, but I wish them well.
All this to say: I feel so alone. Despite my growth, I'm really starting to think maybe that first boyfriend was right. I feel so unlovable. And with this pandemic lasting for as long as it has and the prevalence of ghosting on these dating apps, I don't know what to do. I'm certain I'm not the only one who feels this way, and yet there is nobody to talk to about it. I just want to feel less alone.