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Life is the most beautiful gift we have, but you never know how long you have until it’s over. That’s why I’m a big fan of doing things you want to do when you get the chance. Don’t wait for “Tomorrow” or “Someday”.
The-Editing-Room.com is one of our favorite humor sites on the Internet. They've written abridged versions of some of the most popular movies from the past five years for us. Below, they've summarized The Hunger Games , so you can make fun of it without actually spending the money to go see it. JENNIFER LAWRENCE and LIAM HEMSWORTH walk to the town square sullenly. God, I hate having to come to the Reaping every year.
Hey there, Frosty the Frownman, why so sad? Is it because Hanukkah’s over and you’re the not-so-proud owner of eight new electric razors? Or is it because the only package under the Christmas tree with your name on it looks suspiciously like a tie, and you can’t even wear a tie at your job, which is to see run as fast as you can towards dangerous roller machinery? (We didn’t say it was a good job, but in this economy…) Or is it because no one loves you and you didn’t get any holiday gifts? Whichever it is, don’t worry!
Even if you're not really into cars, everyone has a dream vehicle. If it's not the standard answer like "classic Mustang" or "Bugatti Veyron," then maybe it's, say, the Batmobile, or a car that flies. Of course, the problem with getting too fanciful with your automotive dreams is that the really crazy stuff would never be street legal.
post written by: Marc Email Sometimes the most random everyday encounters force us to stop and rethink the truths and perceptions we have ingrained in our minds. These encounters are educationally priceless. They spawn moments of deep thought and self-reflection that challenge the status quo and help us evolve as sensible individuals.
Having just completed my freshman year, I have a couple pieces of advice: 1) Plan your semester out using a calender system. After the first couple days of class, you should know the dates of major tests, projects, and quizzes.
It's the time of year when the internet is deluged with condescending lists of "advice for graduates"—stuff like "experience Paris" and "learn to wear purple until you laugh until you cry until you laugh"—and since all of that shit is just literal barf smeared on a laptop screen, I decided I might as well take a stab at it myself. Let's help some kids . 1. Experience Paris. Just kidding.