Friday, February 28, 2014

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52 is a series where I answer a question every week. These are a bunch of questions that I just found and put in a randomizer. Hopefully I don't sound like an idiot in most of these.

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Question 9: What's the last purchase that you regret? Why?

Last purchase that I regret? I'd don't really regret purchases all that much. I mean. I really only spend money on myself once I know what I want. I mean. I think the purchase I regret the most is probably the car that I bought a few years ago. My Pontiac. I mean, its a nice car and all, but its too much car for me. I like little cars, and ultimately the 4 door car that I bought is too much.

Sorry for the shitty post, but hey, I got married today. 

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

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52 is a series where I answer a question every week. These are a bunch of questions that I just found and put in a randomizer. Hopefully I don't sound like an idiot in most of these.

Oh my gosh. so this is late. I'm also getting married on Friday. This is also a hard question..

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Question 8: What would you do differently if you knew no one would judge you?

Jeez, what a question. What would I do? Honestly, I'm coming up blank on this. I don't think that there is a point in your life where you are not judged in some shape or form. Heck, I think I was probably judged before I was a thought in my parent's head. Some one had some sort of opinion on how I would be raised, on what I would be taught, on how I would be guided through this world. Which has great potential, but also could have several downsides. I'm sure that every parent in the world wants what's best for their child. But at the same time, those parents can have some sort of expectation on how a child should or shouldn't be.

That being said, I think something I would do differently would just how I live my life. My ideal life would be living with Rob in a home that I loved, doing what I wanted to do every day. I wouldn't be working at a job, in order to make money to be able to live a decent place. There are societal expectations that I have to live up to in order to be considered successful or happy. If I did what I wanted, I'd live in leggings and big tunic tops, either painting the day away or playing some sort of video games. Eating good food, and being with friends and family.

SO TL:DR, I'd live a life where I can be lazy as fuck and not have to worry about monetary worries.

Saturday, February 15, 2014

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52 is a series where I answer a question every week. These are a bunch of questions that I just found and put in a randomizer. Hopefully I don't sound like an idiot in most of these.

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Question 7: What's worse? Expectations that are too high or no expectations at all?

I always think that when one's expectations are too high then they are always going to be disappointed. Where there is something coming or expecting, then your always going in with high hopes. When whatever you were building up in your head happens, then most often times you get so disappointed when the thing you wanted doesn't happen.

Like, I figured that I would have all of this typed out already and it would post on time on Thursday. But in reality, life has been nuts. I've either felt under the weather with migraines or I'm so focused on getting everything together for my slap dash wedding. Rob and I decided we are going ahead and getting married right before we leave to go to New York City, so it's been a scrambled to try and get everything together for our day. So, yeah, enjoy the rest of the week, and I'll be back as soon as I have time to focus on something not wedding or work related.

Thursday, February 6, 2014

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52 is a series where I answer a question every week. These are a bunch of questions that I just found and put in a randomizer. Hopefully I don't sound like an idiot in most of these.

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Question 6: Are you a loyal person? Can you keep a secret?

definitely consider myself a loyal person. When it comes to "having someone's back" if they are one of the people I care most about, come hell or high water I will be there do what ever I can for a person. That being said, I am the type of person to be up front with someone when I don't think they are making a right decision or they are doing something that could be detrimental to their health.

As far as keeping a secret? I'm not to sure. I mean, if the situation is that I'm flat out confronted or asked, I will try and hedge my answer away from the initial question to prevent saying anything, but I think over time if berated enough I would spill the beans. I'm an honest person in general. I don't like lying. Its just hurtful and harmful and it doesn't get you any where worth while. But lying isn't the same as keeping a secret. Keeping a secret is just omitting it from the knowing public. I dunno about the whole thing. I just like honesty a lot.

What about you? Can you keep a secret?