“Always remember that you are absolutely unique. Just like everyone else.” – Margaret Mead
Rosé Toasts and Roasts
I think it’s great when people step outside their comfort zone and forge into new territory they aren’t particularly good at or know anything about. You only live this one life (unless you’re Buddhist), so screw it! Try pole dancing or join a flash mob or take a cooking class or go to one of those fetish parties. Carpe diem, bishes!
But why do celebrities, in particular, think that just because they are famous, they have the right to start a jewelry or tequila line? Like, slow your roll, Pitbull. Just because you rap about vodka doesn’t mean you actually have to make the stuff.
Apparently, a bunch of actors and singers are now regaling us mere mortals with bottles from their rosé wine collection, and this guy is here to tell you just how bad they actually are.
Maybe leave the alcohol-making to people that actually know what they’re doing?
Romantic relationships are difficult… particularly as you get older.
When you’re in your teens or early twenties, you don’t have a whole lot figured out, so you essentially can navigate and build your future and expectations WITH that other person.
When you’re older, you’re usually more established. Most of us have a career, kids, hobbies or obligations that structure our daily routine, so incorporating another person into this lifestyle (who has also built their OWN life) is a daunting task.
(Also, you deal with unforeseeable hurdles you never had before like excess pounds, cellulite, and viagra. Good times.)
Wouldn’t it be nice if we could build our perfect relationship the way we build our fancy coffee drinks? Just tell the barista what height, energy level, and qualities you’re looking for and – Voila! – your perfect man or woman is waiting for you at the next counter. He’ll be the one with your name misspelled on his chest.
It would probably look something like this.
Scientists aren’t generally known for being hip or cool, and this parody of the song famous song “Havana” is proof.