“What you don’t do can be a destructive force.” – Eleanor Roosevelt
Proposals, Prenups and Pre-NOPES
Prenups have a way of chipping wedges into the dynamics of a romantic relationship and it’s not all that surprising.
For the person with the money, it makes sense they want to protect what they’ve worked so hard for (or if you’re a Kardashian, what you haven’t worked so hard for).
On the other hand, if you’re not the one requesting it, it sort of feel like when you’re the babysitter and the parents put nanny cams all over the house. You just feel dirty and untrustworthy and just waiting to get fired. It’s a crappy feeling.
In this gut-wrenching and riveting article by a struggling writer, she explains how emotionally trying one little piece of paper was on her relationship.
Btw, anyone who is interested in marrying me – you can have my ghetto-rigged 98 Chevy but I keep the collection of 90’s band T-shirt’s.
The only reason I think it would be awesome to be in HR is because of the hilarious stories you would have during the interview process. Hell, I would make up jobs that didn’t exist just to see what kind of candidates would apply and how they do under pressure.
I would probably ask them really weird, stupid questions, too, cuz I’m a dickhead and I would just find it to be such an interesting social experiment.
It could be a reality show and I’d call it Sharp Tank and all the morons who failed miserably, I’d push a button and they’d get dropped into a tank like at the county fair.
Yeah, I know I’m going to hell, but at least I’ll be laughing all the way there.
I’ve been on both sides of the interviewing process, but I can honestly say I’ve never witnessed anything like these crazy interview stories.
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