tastefullyoffensive: still a sucker for terrible puns. check, check, and check.
self·serving·bias [self surv-ing bahy-uhs] noun 1. The common human tendency to attribute one’s successes to personal characteristics, and one’s failures to factors beyond one’s control.
I’m wary about this thing about being in the generation of social networking...– Zooey Deschanel, ‘The Pin Up of Williamsburg’ (via nymag)
so there is a thing about people such as myself - whether it stems from inability or apathy - who simply do not identify with the extremes of negative emotion. we experience anger, yet are never angry ourselves. we feel spite for others, yet can never find it within ourselves to be spiteful. these emotions arrive as an eddy in our consciousness instead of our hearts. it’s a detached game of...
satisfaction is a curious thing, if such a state of mind can ever be attained by mankind. once possessed, there’s only so long before that dull discontent settles in and begins to fester like a fever inside us. the mind begins to wander as it is wont to do when it lacks stimulation, and our eyes alight with greed as we see new milestones on the horizon, dancing oh - just out of reach. but...