The Oblivious Little Adventurer

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skyblue12697

When I was in pre-school, I asked for books on traffic laws and animals biology. I just wanted answers. I wanted to know more.

I also wandered around the neighbors in elementary school. Turned out the area I walked around was kinda sketchy. But I didn’t think much. I just wanted to see what’s out there, and then make my way to my friends where there would probably be banana pancakes.

Right around 2010, Paranormal Activity 2 came out. I remember being at my friend’s house, and we would watch it on her TV screen with maybe 10 or so others. I remember how noisy we were, and how it was comfortable surrounded by so many that even if a spirit came to drag one of us, the dozen of middle schoolers there would be able to fight back. I also remember I didn’t look at the screen that often…

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Would you like a muffin with that?

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Caramelmacheeto

Customer service in any job is tiring. It is emotional draining and physically exhausting. I come home everyday to sore feet, a story to tell and back ache that even a massage can’t fix.

When I first started my job in a coffee shop I wasn’t used to being on my feet and one of the first pieces of advice I got from a colleague was “Get memory foam shoes and thick socks”. I thought she was joking but my God for the first few months my feet killed to the point every night I had to soak them in hot water and sleep with a hot water bottle.

As the years passed by my feet got used to the 8-10 hours on my feet shifts and the pain I received moved to more of an emotional pain of dealing with rude, stupid and obnoxious customers.

You hear the boomer…

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Let’s Clarify

Dutch Californian

I just want to clarify a few things.

1. You clicked onto my blog. You don’t have to like what I write or agree with me. I love a healthy debate and totally respect your opinion. Hey look at that profile picture. Oh it’s me. Do remember that this is my blog. You can click off at anytime.

2. I try to share perspective but at the end of the day all of this is one sided. It’s my truth. Those people who feel their side is missing have every right to writing their own blog. More power to them.

3. This is my blog so I will delete your negative comments. You have a freedom to posting and I have the power to delete. 😘

4. Remember that this is my space to vent. I purposely don’t share this on my social media outside of my YouTube page. If…

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Barbells and Belly Shirts

lifeadventures

I’ve thought a long time about what I am going to write, if I should even write, what is Screenshot_2019-09-29-12-33-44~2even the fucking point? But whatever. it’s kind of therapeutic for me, so here I am. Over a year ago was my last blog post. It was bitching about being fat. That was my main reason why I decided to write again. I was so angry, broken by my own body, or what my idea of what my body should look like. There was so much guilt and shame, but I can say with confidence that I am different from that woman. Not yet whole, but definitely healthier and more happy.

I have always been overweight. Well, since I can remember anyway. I have also hated my body just as long. No matter how active I was, my body refused to be anything but just overweight. Like most girls, I was…

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How far is enough to be scammed or come across fraud accounts on social media?

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Ying Yang Technology

As recently as 2016, half of the communication you had with people on dating app based on match group company were based on bots and frauds. This shows that the alarming rate for people when they are looking for something, the scammers are at their best to act upon it online.

As it shows the scammers are looking to get any form of payment, information, or identity from their behalf to be pleased from their operation. Therefore, they are looking to make matters worse for the victim when they find out that they have been scammed and now they have released information about themselves. This is not the most pleasant thing but it’s pretty shameful and embarrassing to disclose it to your friends.

Due to this, your friends will say well it’s online what do you expect it to be besides a cesspool of fraudulent and scammers running operations on…

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Nobody actually f*cking cares

Dear Josephine..

I’ve never been one for hugely inflammatory or click-baity titles. I generally opt for Simpsons references and alliteration to attract readers, as it makes me feel smart and important. I can appreciate how the title “Nobody actually fucking cares” would seem to break this trend, as it alludes to Dan having regressed to the emotional state equivalent of putting Sum 41 lyrics in his MSN status; let me assure you though, this is an uplifting piece.

Of course people care. They care about their jobs; they care about their families; they apparently care about their eyebrows a lot these days for some reason. There are plenty of things in life worth caring about, and far be it from me to judge what those things may be for any given person.

What they probably do not care about, is you.

Oh sure, your Mum cares about you. Your siblings probably do…

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