Many completely harmless emotions, preferences, and habits are still taboo in our society, forcing us to keep them firmly undercover.
Don't tell us you wouldn't call B.S. on these if you saw them in a movie.
We have openly gay celebrities and politicians, and yet, the misconceptions persist.
I have lexical synesthesia, so letters, numbers, and days of the week have specific and distinct colors. I also have sound-to-sight synesthesia, meaning that I can 'see' sounds.
Forgive us if we're being naive when we say a lot of modern problems seem to have fairly obvious solutions ... if somebody was willing to make a bold move.
I'm still a pretty young guy, so feel free to punch me in the mouth for saying this, but getting old is kinda great.
I convinced two REI-looking folks I was friends with to take me camping in the wilderness of the Chilean suburbs. It went poorly.
If you find that a group of teens are constantly trying to foil your plans, then you might be a villain.
Stress seems to be something that modern society has no answer for. So it's no suprise people are starting to look a little outside the box for answers ...
Everybody needs an occasional day off. But there's a right way to do take one, and an utterly dumb way to take one.
We all agree to set aside certain faults and inconsistencies just as long as we can continue going to the places that make us happy. What kind of places do we have secret agreements with?
Tyler Durden laments the single-serving world we live in, and it seems like it's worse than Chuck Palahniuk ever imagined.