This + starting to watch movies/tv shows around 8pm to delay going to bed.
or a shit load of homework
God damnit this is me rn
Time to start ig
This hits home, but I try to ward off these feelings by reminding myself that I actually make better progress towards my personal goals during the work week.
These past holiday made me realize that when I have too much down time, I actually get lazier. Because the routine of the work days is gone, I end up eating really bad, not wanting to do anything productive and then feeling guilty that I didnt make the best use of the free time.
But during the weekdays, Im locked into such a routine that I make the most out of every minute that Im not working. Diet and exercise get easier to do, and when I get home, I use the few hours of after-work time to work on the little personal goals that were in my head all day at work. Do this for enough days in a row, and I make more progress on weekdays than on free weekends!
And although the impending feeling of walking back into work on Monday starts creating some Sunday anxiety, I also try to remind myself that it always ends up being only the anxiety of actually walking through the door of work. Once Im inside and say good morning to a couple people, the anxiety completely disappears and I feel fine. Its just like a psychological trick that Sunday plays on us.
Needs more not being able to fall asleep even though you only slept 4 hours the night before.
My personal favourite was when in NCIS two people were writing on the same keyboard
My favorites are when an investigator is looking at an image over the shoulder of the computer guy, saying "enhance. ENHANCE" and the image magically clears up with a bunch of keyboard noise.
"It's a UNIX system, I know this!"
And the IP address?
And that Mustang is a base level V6 financed at 10% for 96 months
Gotta add: refers to every person not enlisted as “civilian”
I live near a Millitary college.
If I never hear the word "civvie" again, it'll be too soon.
Automatic, 180k miles, 6 previous owners.
The home colors are the worst. I spent my teenage years in a neighborhood on the first wave of what would end up being substantial migration into what was once a very small town. Our neighborhood was built in three phases, with our house being one of the first in the third phase. You could literally witness the stifling of the neighborhood spirit as you drove past each phase. Earlier houses had varying floor plans, colors, exterior materials. By the time you got to the end of the block everything was a cheap stick-house in some shade of gray.
Trevon Martin's may be shot on sight
are posted up all over new urban development here in Philly. Guess it’s perfect for the types of people who move to the city just to try to keep it out. What a terrible message to send to your new neighbors.
My friend used to live in one of these. They were only allowed to use white string lights for Christmas. No icicles, colors, or blinking lights. And only on the house. Yard decorations, including how many trees/bushes you put lights on, was limited to 3. They even limited what color and how many flowers you could have visible in your front yard.
I feel like this also applicable in the U.S. Interchange law for business or marketing and it’s a perfect fit.
As a Norwegian guy between 20 and 25 that studies law or economics: Trust me on this one.
Most of this also applies to swedish dudes in the same demographic, you nailed it OP
No, we just pass her around.
Needs more red face
He is also most likely a history teacher who really doesn’t care about the subject and has the job solely for the purpose of coaching
I can tell you're not from Texas
And don't forget the fitted baseball cap of his favorite team.
Considering how times were often tight the Forman’s wasted a ton of food
And it’s a recession
TV moms sure do have a lot of time on there hands.
Crash into cute boy while running around corner
runs witht toast in mouth
Needs Tom Hanks, Bob Ross, Robin Williams, Morgan Freeman, Mr. Rogers.
Where's Brendan Frasier, he used to be all over the front page?
Also missing a certain 5 star man.
what did elon musk do?
Why is every American tourist a veteran that wears the hat
This is basically every other person in Prague
Nobody will talk shit about you unless you act the American stereotype of loud/willfully ignorant or local convention. The fact that you have an awareness of locals means you'll probably be fine. ;)
Younger American Toursts:
Patagonia jacket, booze, "do you guys have Uber?", booze, "where do the locals hang?", booze, Airbnb
To be fair, I feel like anyone who dresses like this is absolutely oblivious no matter where they are.
who hurt you OP
Plus they're actually ordering food for 5 other people that aren't with them.
I saw the guy version of this. He had a bad attitude, he told the worker he wanted "beef". Chipotle has two "beef" options: steak and barbacoa. The worker explained that to him.
He couldn't understand that and insisted on BEEF. He said some mean things to her and it upset her to the point of walking away from the line. I don't blame her.