a face for selling albums,
legs for selling cars, a chest for polishing half-
off tiles for the bath.
a smile worth a penny more
with a painted lip--expensive
purchased by the part.
I can't seem to remember how to play LoL. Ugh. That and I keep getting matched with smurfs on my smurf, so really it's my own fault. I'm getting immune to raging, though. Happens every game. Don't even care. Is it worth it? i could be learning to draw or something.
A friend of a friend who majored in computer science got a job in google with an annual salary of 100k right after graduation. I'm just saying.
A friend was rejected from Teach For America, which I thought was an easy thing to get into, but apparently not? He found out about the rejection today, at the same time that he found out an acquaintance of his had died. He said it really put things into perspective. We laughed about this acquaintance's death and felt guilty.
The problem with being indecisive is you end up with mediocrity.
The thing is, I don't personally want much for myself. I'll be happy if I can feed myself and go on adventures--that has always been true. I'm only working hard for med school so my parents don't suffer.
And I wonder if we wouldn't all benefit if I were a bit more selfish and made my own goals and succeeded my own way.
I'm trying to figure out the mindset deficits that cause me to lose LoL games and lose at life, right now.
You will find me difficult to get to know and even harder to be friends with. Some people are easy to befriend because they're open and easy to figure out. We all like predictable people. They make us feel safe. They are the best friends.
Is that true?