And by “we,” I don’t mean each of us as an individual being. Of course, no one should be obsessed about his or her personal past, but everyone knows this already, right? No, what I’m talking about is our generation as a whole. I was really surprised in my twenties because I figured that everyone… Read More Why are we all so stuck in the past?
Hangry = hungry + angry Ha, you think it’s cute, right? You think, “Ah, that’s clever, but it’s probably not a real thing“–well, guess what! It’s very real. You know those Snickers commercials that say “you’re not you when you’re hungry”? That’s me. I get hangry. It’s like a weird personality disorder I have: one… Read More “hangry” is very real… and very dangerous…
This is not a romantic story of how I became a significant other to a childhood friend or anything like that. This is me saying… I don’t get it, I don’t like it. Which is strange to me, too, because I used to be like, “Awwww that’s so cute! What a cute story!” when I… Read More Childhood friends to lovers
People are really depressing lately. Yes, 2016 was a shitty year, but even now in 2017, people watch the news and shake their heads slowly, going, “What’s happening with the world? God, everything is just getting worse. Humanity is terrible,” blah, blah, cry me a river. I think people need a reality check. They need… Read More The world is not any worse now than it ever was before
You know that annoying thing all minorities have to go through, where someone stares at them with narrowed eyes and ask, “Where are you from?” and then they squirm uncomfortably because that’s not really what the person is asking? You tell the person, “Oh, California,” and then the interrogator is like, “No, where are you really… Read More WE DON’T CARE WHERE YOU CAME FROM
Guise, I cannot stand the weather right now right here. Everything is disgusting and humid. Granted, the one day I went to the city and the one day I went to an outdoors outlet mall, the weather was stunning and beautiful: no humidity at all; the perfect amount of sunlight; and a nice, cool breeze.… Read More Humidity stupidity
ahjumma: (n) a middle-aged Korean woman likely married and with children who looks at the grocery bags in her car and goes, “Two trips? Psh I got this bish,” makes kimchi on Sundays, gives you grandma-level amount of food, and has more superhero-level abilities that are yet to all be determined. I mean, I’m not married… Read More Becoming an ahjumma in my twenties #1: drama-rama