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The Titanic sank in April of 1912. Titanic has an infamous history of grandeur, luxury, colossal size, and dimwits that equipped her with one-third of the lifeboats needed to hold the souls on board.
Narcissistic relationships are described as toxic. Experts advise to flee rather than endure the relationship because Narcissists are notorious for not being able to change, and are diagnosed as ‘treatable’ but incurable.
America has long celebrated being synonymous with the word Freedom. Freedom has given the American people a bold and sometimes arrogant swagger. Freedom is loud. America is the global television that other countries dial into to watch intently as our compelling story unfolds.
The definition of unprecedented is ‘things that have never been done or known before.’Unprecedented is the single most used word to describe all of the events that occurred throughout 2020. As the ball dropped, the world sighed in relief and set its sights on 2021, and the internet resumed its tally of the top 20s of 2020. I’m not so sure 2021 won’t unleash events that will require another word: annihilation.
In March of 2020, COVID had pierced the earth with its claws. The world was in chaos, the conspiracy theories soared high, mixed messages spewed like word vomit from the TV, and for the first time in a long time, America lost herself in madness. Helpless against the storm brewing outside, 64 million people immersed themselves in Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness, reveling in the distraction from the COVID chaos.
At the end of every year, we turn our heads looking backward at what was accomplished (or not) and forward with the optimism of what is to come. As we straddle the crosswalk of 2020 and 2021, we immerse ourselves in motivational pep talks that inspire the new journey we are about to take. But this year is different, isn’t it?
Sneak Peak! Chapter 1 of our book Chapter 1 - Carpeted Bathrooms: But Why The Rugs, Though? The average person spends 92 days of their life on the porcelain throne. That doesn’t even take into account the amount of time that is spent primping ourselves up for work or a date or to seek sanctuary from the family at Thanksgiving dinner.
WARNING! The following is a rant that some may find either deeply offensive, mildly amusing, or maybe even slightly arousing...or irritating...or sickening…’ insert any adjective or feeling that you caught here.’