Your Gear Is Whack

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There are several young girls in their twenties who work in my building. They have good bodies, but sweet Jesus, they can’t dress. They have no sense of style. How does this even happen? I never understood how a woman can have zero sense in fashion. The slap in the face is that they have the bodies to wear really nice things, but they look like frumps. What a waste!

This is not a matter of debating what is or is not fashionable. This is legit bitches showing up to work looking like disheveled sacks. How can you be young, with a good body and not know how to dress? Plus, these girls can get away with more edgy pieces because of their youth. I want to have an intervention with them. It’s that bad.

It’s like they try and wear what is on trend but somehow fuck it all up. It looks cheap, not in a whore-ish way but in a inexpensive, bargain bin sort of way. It’s gross.

They might as well just get fat and wear sweat suits, at least then they would have an excuse.

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This Can’t Be Real Life

See the source imageI feel like this can’t possibly be my real life and that perhaps I am in my version of purgatory. It’s almost like the movie Groundhog’s Day. Life just seems monotonous and no matter what I try to do nothing changes. This seems like a version of purgatory. It is torture to the soul.

However, I think that though this may be a version of purgatory for me, it may be a reality to somebody else.

People who seem content and satisfied, for them, this may all be real.

Or perhaps this is all everything thrown into one, that this not a reality for any of us, that it is heaven, hell and purgatory all lumped together in one place and that is why certain people are in more or less fortunate situations. This may be why some areas are war torn and other are relatively peaceful or some have are more developed while other remain in the Third World.

I believe that there is a life lottery, but maybe this is not really life but an after-life.

Whether real or not, whatever this is, for me, it is torment.

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I Was Just Saying Hi

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I was going for a stroll the other day in  a residential neighborhood. I of course, being raised with phenomenal manners, always say hello to people I walk by. Most normal people respond with a, “hello.” However, I experienced complete ridiculousness.

I was shimmying by a younger gentlemen, I would guess in his twenties who was walking his very adorable dog. I said, “Hello.” He gave me this look and mumbled back to me, “hi.” A no, no, no, no, no.

This guy absolutely thought I was hitting on him. The phrase grody to the max seems to be what I’m looking for. First of all, I would give this kid a rating of moderately ok, he had a hat on, so he may have been hat hot, but this is me being overly generous. Second, I was probably checking out his dog more than him because he was a fluff ball of cute. Lastly, I don’t go younger. Only once and that was to piss off another person, and let me tell you, boy did it work.

I don’t like how this guy has attitude like he’s fine. Yuck. Not to mention, his reaction is a girl reaction. Women usually react like that to men saying hello. As a man, he should at least entertain the possibility. You never know when a straight up whore who loves to give blow jobs could just be nonchalantly giving you a greeting. Not that I’m that whore, but I could’ve been.

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Here are this week’s new releases as per Rotten Tomatoes.

In this third installment of the animated series, Dracula (Adam Sandler) takes his family on a vacation cruise, where he falls in love with the ship’s captain, much to his daughter Mavis’ (Selena Gomez) dismay.
Directed By: Genndy Tartakovsky
Ruth’s Review: No interest in this, but I’m sure it will do huge Box Office numbers.
Skyscraper(2018) 61%
The 2018 Dwayne Johnson destruction tour continues, as the affable action star plays a building inspector framed for a crime he didn’t commit who must clear his name and rescue his family.
Ruth’s Review: Enough of The Rock.
Gus Van Sant directs this based-on-true-events drama about renowned cartoonist John Callahan (played by Joqauin Phoenix), who only discovered his talent when he became a quadriplegic after a drunk driving accident.
Directed By: Gus Van Sant
Ruth’s Review: This looks suspect, but I want to be good. I can’t stand any of the actors involved and I’m over making movies based on true stories, but I rather enjoy Gus Van Sant.

Bo Burnham’s coming-of-age comedy centers on a young teen (Elsie Fisher) trying to make the best of the last week of her dreadful eighth grade year.
Directed By: Bo Burnham
Ruth’s Review: Based on Bo Burnahm’s comedy act I would imagine that this is a complete shit show.
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