Sunday I had an incredible urge to deep clean my office/nursery again. I'm just not satisfied with how it looks. I want it to look like the offices I see on Pinterest. You know with the cubbies and shelves and filing cabinets with chalkboard paint... pppsshhhh... not really- that's too much work. But I so want structure and organization. I want a place for everything- everything in its place.
Moving on... um... this is what happened when I finally brushed out my hair after a week of complete neglect. I kinda like it. You think I could rock this look for real? Why was I neglecting my hair? I dunno. I didn't feel like dealing with it.
I can be really lazy sometimes.
I scored four pairs of shoes today from my mom's closet (plus a $5 pair from storenvy.com). But before I show you the goods, I must express what's been on my mind lately.
I really hate it when people don't take responsibility for their own actions. Seeing someone blame someone or something else for their mistakes pisses me off more than I can express...
But sometimes watching this happen can be quite entertaining- in the right situation of course.
A 32 year old man in Brazil successfully sued a McDonald's and won $17,500 because he gained 65lbs while working there over the course of 12 years.
In 2011 290lbs man sued a burger chain because their chairs were "too small" to fit his fat derriere.
In 1991 a man sued Anheiser-Busch for $10,000 for false advertising. He claimed to suffer from emotional distress because when he drank beer, he didn't have any luck with the ladies, as promised in the TV ads.
In 1996 a physical therapist sued his local strip club claiming whiplash from a lap dancer's large breasts. The man felt he suffered physical harm and mental anguish from the boobies.
Take responsibility for your own actions- especially your mistakes. Blaming other people for your injuries, shortcomings and even your fat ass will get you nowhere..
well, maybe a few thousand dollars but- you know what I mean...
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