Monday, February 27, 2017
I was at the Family Dollar buying a bag of Cooler Ranch Doritos and orange soda for the night. I was staring at the grocery bag, not paying attention to anyone in my way. When I raised my head up I saw this guy waving his head towards me. based on my eye position, I speculated that he was talking to me. I didn't know the guy, but I assumed he knew me. I'm a social person so I might've known the man a social event or something.
Within seconds of being close to the cashier, I waved my hand at him.
He gave me this awkward look on his face as if I was weird or something. Before I knew it, I heard someone shout the name "Paul."
I turned around and there was this woman who ran past me and towards the guy. They kissed. That's when I realized it wasn't me he was waving at. I was the wrong person. I bought my stuff and ran out the Family Dollar as fast as I could.
Now that was awkward.
Tuesday, January 31, 2017
I don't know about you, but I'm eagerly excited for this upcoming movie. Just by watching the final trailer, I know this is going to be epic. You have Emma Watson looking beautiful as our wonderful Belle. You also have Dan Stevens, who is an actor I never heard of, looking amazing in a live action version of the Beast. A part of me is trongly believing that more of this fairy tale story has been added to the movie.
In the meantime, enjoy the final trailer below. I, for one, am spellbound by Emma Watson's singing voice. Who knew our fellow former Hermoine Granger actress can sing and sing well.
Thursday, January 26, 2017
Wednesday, January 11, 2017
Tuesday, January 10, 2017
My new contributing piece for the college website "FlockU" has been published. An online petition is going on to make Princess Leia an official Disney princess, now that Star Wars is now owned by Disney. Was is your opinion on it?
Click on the link below or give me your opinion in the comment section.
Monday, January 9, 2017
When it comes to dating there comes a time when we need to stop playing this what I call a cat and mouse game as we're dating people here and there. You guys know what game we're talking about. You meet someone. You hang out for a while. Then the person disappears, returns to your life, and then disappears again while leaving you guessing where the two of you stand. You don't understand, but the other person is playing a cat and mouse game with you, leading you on with their own methods.
I've dated enough people to understand this pattern, and believe me when I say that enough is enough. When it comes to dating there needs to be a concrete statement towards the two of you on where you all stand.
If you want to tell someone how you feel, don't play with their emotions. Pick up the phone and schedule a date, whether it's on the phone or at the nearby cafe. Put your feelings out on the table and move on. If these series of dates result in the two of falling growing apart, that's when you be honest with each other instead of ghosting the person. An event like this will cause the broken hearted to feel like a deer in the headlights. They didn't expect this to happen and it feels like their heart was hit by a car.
Let it be known to society when it comes to individuals like me. If I like you and want to get to know, I will make an effort to create a relationship, but not only do I expect the other person to put the work in, don't expect me to be chasing after you, wondering why we were in touch for so much, why did it suddenly stop?
My life is already occupied as it is with college and my career. It doesn't have space for childlike games.