my last week in atlanta, hopefully. i’m getting paid a bit more for this consulting role, and i have more perks/benefits. but i’m also a lot more miserable. i can’t wait to go back to normal life.
consulting SUCKS and money isn’t everything.
friend: is it bad that i fart in patients room when i know they cant talk
me: um… can they smell?
the answer was yes. don’t let this person be your nurse.
once, i was at a bar, and i saw this girl who i heard didn’t like me for whatever reason. i said hello really happily and gave her a hug, and when i realized she wasn’t hugging back, i just pushed her away as if i had never initiated salutations: “hey!! good to see— *push her off and walk away*”
and that’s how you give the benefit of the doubt
during the 5k, i started walking around the 2.7 mile mark… a guy passing me clapped in my ear and said, “come on, pick up the pace!!” i laughed tiredly and murmured, “thanks” — but then i pushed through until the end.
as i pushed away from the people behind me, i heard a girl say, “i don’t think they knew each other… i would be fucking pissed if someone did that to me.”
but i was glad he did that! thank you, stranger.