Grandma started a rumor last night

I called home and everyone in my extended family was over, apparently. I talked to my grandmother and told her that I shot a gun this weekend for the first time. Soon after, everyone started asking me and texting me about my new job. I had no idea what they were talking about. My grandmother is hard of hearing and thought I said I got a job. Unfortunately, no. I just shot a gun. Problems.

Today

1. I think someone stole our garbage bin outside. Really?

2. It’s 70something degrees in Austin and I’m freezing. It rained 7 inches last night!

Problems.

My doctor said that my baby’s head is in my vagina.

My pregnant boss. I wanted to throw up. How is that comfortable?

NMP.

Is it raining??

A library patron to me as I walked into the library drenched in sweat from riding my bike.

Nope.

Problems.

There was a car chase on my street last night.

A car sped down my street and was followed by three cop cars blaring their sirens and lights. Don’t tell my new incoming roommate.

Problems.

Remember that time when there were helicopters outside of my house and my street was blocked off? I still don’t know what that was about.

Male privilege is “I have a boyfriend” being the only thing that can actually stop someone from hitting on you because they respect another male-bodied person more than they respect your rejection/lack of interest.

Some quote from somewhere, making the rounds on the internet. I agree, but it’s not so much that it will make a guy stop, it’s thinking that that statement will make a guy stop. In a non feminist/male privilege sense, I also hate that excuse because a. Who cares? I really feel like that only makes a guy want to get your attention more and b. Does that make you better than people who are single? Who cares? Just say please leave me alone, ya bragger.

(Sensitive) single girl problems.

Idk why my friends are scared to tell me that they got engaged. What am I going to do? Yell at them to say no?? Today I spoke with one of my closest friends who I’ve known since age 10 and she got engaged.
A while ago, I thought I’d have a reaction like Annie did with Lillian in Bridesmaids/be driven to drink, but I didn’t. Instead it was like “Congrats”, I’m going to continue with my day and work out now.
She texted me to call her. I get really scared when people do that because it’s usually not good news, so I was bracing for the worst. I was honestly worried that it was going to be bad news about her family and I’m glad it was not.
While I’m not a fan of the planning and the meaning of marriage in our country, I actually enjoy going to weddings. As long as there’s an open bar, attractive single men (My other friend did not have ANY single males at her wedding…fail, but I still approve of the wedding since it was someplace awesome), and you’re not marrying Chris Brown, I support the wedding/engagement.
Cash bars or dry weddings are a joke and you know it. And while we’re at it, it’s really rude when you give everyone a +1 except for your single friends. Equal rights for singles!!
You’re engaged: Not anyone’s problem.
(This post is not meant to offend. It’s meant to encourage engageds to not be afraid to tell me and to have a sick wedding)

Idk why my friends are scared to tell me that they got engaged. What am I going to do? Yell at them to say no?? Today I spoke with one of my closest friends who I’ve known since age 10 and she got engaged.

A while ago, I thought I’d have a reaction like Annie did with Lillian in Bridesmaids/be driven to drink, but I didn’t. Instead it was like “Congrats”, I’m going to continue with my day and work out now.

She texted me to call her. I get really scared when people do that because it’s usually not good news, so I was bracing for the worst. I was honestly worried that it was going to be bad news about her family and I’m glad it was not.

While I’m not a fan of the planning and the meaning of marriage in our country, I actually enjoy going to weddings. As long as there’s an open bar, attractive single men (My other friend did not have ANY single males at her wedding…fail, but I still approve of the wedding since it was someplace awesome), and you’re not marrying Chris Brown, I support the wedding/engagement.

Cash bars or dry weddings are a joke and you know it. And while we’re at it, it’s really rude when you give everyone a +1 except for your single friends. Equal rights for singles!!

You’re engaged: Not anyone’s problem.

(This post is not meant to offend. It’s meant to encourage engageds to not be afraid to tell me and to have a sick wedding)

I picked my roommate…

It was between a 24-year-old male grad student and a 21-year-old female recent graduate. While considering who to choose, I discussed living with a male roommate with a bunch of different people and had some very different responses.

Friends from home’s biggest concern: His cleanliness and how I’d feel living with a male.

Friends from school: That I will breakup his relationship and fall in love…??? I seriously wonder what my friends here from school really think of me.

My parents: Did not even care, which was shocking to me. My parents just said to go with my gut and that it’s modern times (Lol ok).

My roommate search: NMP anymore. I picked the guy. We’ll see how this goes.