Trust me, he is.
That is the most terrifying thing I have ever seen in my life. Not for vertigo sufferers.
Blogs were always alien to me. Just like diaries.
Diaries are worse, since it seems very unhealthy to address a piece of paper as if it were a person. Dear Diary? I don't think so.
But what really keeps me from keeping my thought banned on paper - or it's virtual brother - is my lazyness. The first post, just like this one, is entertaining to write and a nice way to spend an hour or so. But the second post seems to be more of an obligation than a joy. It's like a duty to go on and
OK, so I think I'm probably a narcissist, I crave attention, now I don't just crave any attention like a child might, I want positive attention. I love making insane posts on facebook that I know makes my friends laugh, but when I don't get any 'likes' or comments I start to think no one is reading anything I post, but when I've gotten depressed in the past and brought it up on facebook, saying I might stop or quit facebook, I get several friends coming out to say they love reading my posts and
So many of us have been playing world of tanks lately, and it just so happens that i have a second beta invite key... SOOO if you want it hit me up a pm or messag ehere
I was hoping with the promise of a prize I could get some involvement.
Maybe the thought of a 'buddy' of me wasn't the best idea to plant in anyone's head. What about a buddy of someone else?
or is it because you'd have to give me your address to ship you the prize? Hmm...