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  • Normal?

    Normal. What does that even mean? Whenever I hear “normal” I just think “old school.” “Normal” holds a lot of judgment. If something is normal, then it must be okay right? Deviation from the norm holds a dirty stigma. Times change. Without change we wouldn’t...
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  • Grudge free

    Hatred is a wasted emotion. When you spend your time hating someone, you’re preventing yourself from loving another. Hating brings in negative energy and clouds your senses. How can you genuinely experience happiness if you’re holding on to a bottled up grudge that you’re able...
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  • What’s going on?

    I saw a meme today. The photo was of a D-Day veteran and the sentence on it was something to the nature of “pictures of hot girls with big boobs get a ton of likes, but how many will this D-Day veteran get?” This was...
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  • Airplane mode

    I’ve been noticing myself doing something scary lately. At first, I thought it was “normal,” especially in today’s world, but then I thought about it a bit more. Lately, no matter what I’ve been doing, I’ve had my phone in my hand. Now that doesn’t...
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  • American Dream (revised)

    A man at the gym approached me the other day and asked, “You’re out of school and in the workforce, huh?” “Out of school,” I replied, but wasn’t quite sure how to explain that I’m not in the workforce quite yet. I was, dare I...
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  • Not dating, just fucking

    Growing up, I always imagined dating to be this magical experience full of butterflies and sunshine. The more I’ve dated, the more I’ve noticed that those butterflies fly away much faster than they flew in. While I’m happy being a single, 24-year-old, pursuing her dreams,...
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  • Hip size

    I was a shy child and didn’t have many friends. I was (and still am) close to my mother, but I was once extremely reserved. My sister used to tease me and insist I was afraid of my own shadow, and at times I’m sure...
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