Prone to delusions of grandeur.
I legitimately do not understand how anyone who knows a white man could think that women are overly emotional and ruled by their whims.@2 hours ago with 2 notes
3:00 is the worst time at work. I feel done for the day, but I still have two fucking hours to go.@1 hour ago with 3 notes
John Gray, Mars and Venus, 20 April 2014:Dear John: I have a crush on a woman at my work. She is several years older than I am, and is married with two kids. I know that this is an unhealthy attraction. The trouble is, I don’t know how to fall out of love with her. I’m extremely shy around her. She walks past me and my knees go weak. Needless to say, she doesn’t speak much to me and leaves me wondering what she thinks of me. For weeks, we’ll walk past each other without any open acknowledgement. I get so nervous around her that I close up. Certain days, few and far between, she acknowledges me with a broad smile! But the very next day, she is back to being reserved. My heart and my head are having a major conflict. — Uncertain Admirer, in Wilmington, Del.
Dear Uncertain Admirer,
omg she totally likes u back
True Fact: If a woman you sort of know smiles at you while briskly walking away, she is thinking “Please don’t talk to me. Please don’t talk to me. Please don’t talk to me.”@4 hours ago with 152 notes
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Brian Lehrer just gave this old white dude caller the what-for! They’re talking about Affirmative Action, and the caller is taking the paint-by-numbers approach to his argument (“my grandfather was an immigrant and no one helped him!” “Sotomayor is being ruled by emotions” and “this is not about race”). To which Lehrer said, “Another professional woman being ruled by feelings and emotions huh? You just gave the most unsophisticated analysis possible.”