So I’m getting better at playing the ukulele and I want to put up videos on YouTube with extremely embarrassing myself. Anything to help me?
As a customer, do you ever get a cashier or waitress with a chronic blank stare and a facial expression that they want to kill you? I wanted to try avoiding the temptation of taking this personally, and instead assume they aren’t the happiest at the moment. For all I know they may have to work 70 hours a week, struggle with chronic pain or depression, or simply having a bad day.
What are some things one can do as a customer to make these human beings’ day a bit better?
I stopped around when I was 16 or something because I started spending more time chasing girls. I’ve made some attempts every few years since then but it’s always so fucking depressing to see how bad I am. How I have to practically start over.
I was better than mediocre so I end up just mad when I try for a few days. What’s a good method for getting over the hump of being complete shit when I can simply go back to my parent’s house and have a visual example of how much better I was?
I really want to understand why there’s racism in the US and how minorities are oppressed. I’m open to read books I just would really like to be informed on the social constructs that come with it.
Im a 20 year old male and Im sitting here wondering how I haven’t come across any girls in my life who would be great to be in a relationship, Im looking for the right person obviously, how do you go about the whole relationship thing in 2017? I tried tinder and that is broken/you get nasty people… what im saying is, I want to learn relationships and how if you are in one got into one? Obviously you dont just go to every girl on the street haha