sO my friend’s dog died and she lives in new york city and so she had to take it to the vet by the subway and she put the dead dog in the suitcase on the subway and it was a pretty big dog and some dude saw that she was struggling with the suitcase so he asked if she needed help with it and he said do you mind me asking what’s in it and she didnt want to say a dead dog so shE SAID IT WAS A BUNCH OF LAPTOPS SO HE TOOK THE SUITCASE AND RAN AND I JUST
I ordered lunch for delivery so I could study instead of spending time making food or going out to get something. But now I’m not studying and just waiting for the food to arrive.
Imagine if I lived across the street from Chipotle.
I HATE IT WHEN YOU FEEL LIKE YOU ACTUALLY HAVE SOMETHING TO CONTRIBUTE TO A CONVERSATION AND YOU LIKE WORK UP ALL THIS COURAGE TO SAY THE THING AND YOU FINALLY SAY THE THING AND NOBODY EVEN HEARS YOU/ACKNOWLEDGES THAT YOU EVEN SAID ANYTHING AND YOU JUST FEEL DUMB AND UGH
This is me in pretty much every social situation
Whenever I have something good to contribute to a conversation, I’m usually too slow to bring it up and then the topic usually changes and it’s not a relevant statement anymore. For this reason, the world often misses out on my priceless insight.