When someone truly loves you, they love you unconditionally and without restrictions. Their love is not dependent on how you look, how much money you make, or what you do for them. They love you simply for who you are on the inside, naked and bare.
If you live and you learn, why do I sometimes feel like I’m failing at life. I mean I’ve got the living part down no problem, but the learning part—not so much. I somehow seem to repeat the same mistakes enough times to where if this was a real school I’d be held back a grade, or seven. In fact, you may as well just call me "the Fonz" of life.
Sometimes I have to question what “put a sock in it” actually means. Look, don’t get me wrong, I totally understand the fact that "it" in this case is referring to the mouth. But it can easily be referring to your hoohah, just the same. And that brings us to my point; if you could... (hypothetically speaking of course), put an actual sock in your hoohah, would the sock potentially cause toxic shock syndrome the way a tampon might? Because let me just tell you, when I get my period, I am ready to shove a cork in there just to stop it from bleeding. Sadly however, the closest thing to a cork thats available on the feminine hygiene market today, can also kill you.
So you’ve just met the man of your dreams, or at least he looks like the man of your dreams on paper.... if you squint your left eye and hold the paper far away while twisting it sideways. You went out several times and really feel like you hit it off. Either that or you have flashbacks from the awful dates you’ve been forced to sit through in the past, and are now convincing yourself that this must in fact be your future husband. And if he’s not, you are determined to change that and will do whatever is necessary to make him become your future husband.
“You look super familiar,” can’t tell you how many times I have heard that one! Let’s just say that if I had a dollar for every time, I’d be a billionaire by now.