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I hate when people go all on social media to brag about something like an anniversary. That’s the type of shit that you are suppose to celebrate by yourselves, not blast it on the internet and hope other people tell you how happy/proud they are of you. If you really want to brag to someone do it the old fashion way and send out cards in the mail.
Sorry, that shit just really grinds my gears.
To be honest, when I hear my roommate in the kitchen I just hope he’s making his way out the door for work or something. I don’t wanna sound like a dick, but it kinda sucks to pay rent and just be confined to your room, because your roommate hogs the living room and continuously falls asleep on the couch.
I can’t wait to finally live on my own, or with a roommate that I actually like hanging out with.
Anatol Knotek's piece is a great example of the power of perspective. From one angle the piece is unreadable, confusing; from another, it reads, “wrong”; from a third, “right.”
Stigma is often a problem of perspective. Remember that you may not always have the whole picture or may not be looking at something from the right angle. It is important to be aware of multiple perspectives in order to know what is real and true.
So today is graduation day for many around the United States and I decided what better day than today to write my opinion on graduation ceremonies.
In my opinion, and this is only my opinion, having a commencement ceremony is not only a waste of time, but it is also a waste of money. Regardless of if you walk or not, you will still get your diploma.
Take it from someone who has never had to walk at a commencement ceremony, you aren’t missing anything by staying at home and saving your money, I promise you your family will still be proud of you and your future employer won’t think of you any lesser if you didn’t walk at graduation.
I don’t need a graduation ceremony for my family to be proud of me, I just pull out my resume and let the work speak for itself.
Honestly graduation ceremonies are like “humble brags”, and no one likes a humble bragger.
- Danny :)