할말 있어요 (Gotta Talk to U) (Hard Remix)
Seung Ri (승리)
LET'S TALK ABOUT LOVE
► Name ➔ June.
► Birth place ➔ North Dakota.
► Where Do I live ➔ Further North in North Dakota.
► Hair color ➔ Auburn.
► Eye Color ➔ Kind of greyish.
► Birthday ➔ December 12th.
► Gender ➔ Female.
► Lefty or Righty ➔ Lefty.
► Single or taken? ➔ Single.
► Happy? ➔ For the most part.
TEN THINGS ABOUT YOUR LOVE LIFE
► Are you in love ➔ Nope.
► Do you believe in love at first sight ➔ Depends on the situation.
► Who ended your last relationship ➔ Never been in one so no one.
► Have you ever broken someone’s heart ➔ No.
► Are you afraid of commitments ➔ Yes.
► Have you hugged someone within the last week? ➔ I haven’t hugged anyone in almost 8 months.
► Have you ever had a secret admirer ➔ Not one that counts (Note: people who bully you don’t count).
► Have you ever broken your own heart? ➔ Yup.
► Do you usually spend Valentine’s Day alone? ➔ Eating takeout pizza and watching hockey.
► Short or long-term relationships? ➔ Long-term.
► Love or lust ➔ Love
► Lemonade or iced tea ➔ NEITHER! (Too sweet.)
► Cats or Dogs ➔ Cats.
► A few best friends or many regular friends ➔ Few best friends.
► Television or internet ➔ That awful addictive bastard called the internet.
► Pepsi or Coke ➔ Diet Coke.
► Wild night out or romantic night in ➔ If ‘wild’ means ‘hockey’ I’ll go with wild, if it doesn’t I’ll stay in.
► Day or night ➔ Morning.
► Text or Call ➔ Text.
► Make-up or au naturel? ➔ Since I can’t figure out makeup to save my life I’d say natural wins.
TEN HAVE YOU EVER
► Been caught sneaking out? ➔ Never snuck out so no.
► Fallen down/up the stairs? ➔ Who hasn’t?
► Wanted something/someone so badly it hurt? ➔ Yes.
► Prank called a store? ➔ No. Pranks in general aren’t funny.
► Skipped school? ➔ Many many many times before I was moved to homeschool.
► Wanted to disappear? ➔ Often.
► Spent all your money? ➔ No.
► Met a celebrity? ➔ Nope.
► Been really ill? ➔ Yeah.
► Gotten high? ➔ I was given too high of a dose of hydrocodone on an empty stomach once, that’s as close as I feel like getting.
► Smile or eyes ➔ Eyes.
► Light or dark hair ➔ Dark.
► Shorter or taller ➔ No preference.
► Intelligence or attraction ➔ Doesn’t matter.
► Hook-up or relationship ➔ Relationship.
► Funny and poor or rich and serious ➔ Depends on the person.
► Mac or PC? ➔ PC.
► Chapstick or lipstick? ➔ Chapstick.
► City or country? ➔ I don’t really care.
► Driving or walking? ➔ Both.
► Last phone call? ➔ Mother.
► Last song you listened to? ➔ Very Good (rough ver.) - Block B
► Last thing you ate? ➔ A ridiculously (and deliciously) runny egg.
► Last thing you drank? ➔ Water.
► Last place you were? ➔ Living room.
► Last kiss? ➔ Never kissed someone.
► Last picture taken? ➔ Probably of my cats.
► Last outfit? ➔ Yoga shorts and an oversized t-shirt.
► Last purchase? ➔ 25ft. HDMI cords.
cr: Staff Jung Bora
The 2014-15 Detroit Red Wings
out of all the aspects of millennial-bashing, i think the one that most confuses me is the “millennials all got trophies as a kid, so now they’re all self-centered narcissists” theory
like— kids are pretty smart, y’all. they can see that every kid on the team gets a trophy and is told they did a good job; they can also see that not every kid on the team deserves a trophy, and not everyone did do a good job
the logical conclusion to draw from this is not “i’m great and i deserve praise”— it’s “no matter how mediocre i am, people will still praise me to make me feel better, so i can’t trust any compliments or accolades i receive”
this is not a recipe for overconfidence and narcissism. it is a recipe for constant self-guessing, low self-esteem, and a distrust of one’s own abilities and skills.
where did this whole “ugh millennials think their so-so work is super great” thing even come from it is a goddamn mystery
Holy shit! I have this EXACT problem. They started this assinine tradition of “everyone gets a trophy” (and then accusing us of being spoiled for it) with Gen X, and now I literally hear all compliments as “You suck, but I don’t think you’re strong enough to hear the truth.”