I saw something that reminded me of you today. It was just a small, tiny thing, but it reminded me of you nonetheless.
A lot of folks out there want to have their own “happily ever after.” That’s why a lot of media ends with a “happily ever after,” or at least some form of it so that the audience can live vicariously through the character to get some form of satisfaction.
Lucky (or unluckily), I managed to receive the types of scam emails that the average Internet user could stumble upon within the span of one month.
I had this drafted from last year but the sentiment still stands. What the hell is up with those “satisfying” videos?
You might have heard of the saying about how we humans are born storytellers. It doesn’t matter where we are and who we are with, we’re always spinning some kind of tale. Some of them live on in history and become legendary folktales, while others are just told to pass […]
I always thought that staying in your lane is something everyone can and have always been doing, but I’ve been proven wrong time and time again.
I discovered scambaiting for a year now and, since then, I’ve been participating in the sport.
A while back, I managed to stumble across a video about the Black Mirror episode, “Hated in the Nation.” I thought it was quite the throwback. I haven’t heard much from Black Mirror nowadays, except for the constant joke that we are experiencing the sixth season in real life, so […]
Originally, this was titled “Why I Think the Skincare Industry is Completely Bogus.” Over the short four days that this post sat in my drafts, I guess I’ve had a little change of heart.
So, it’s been a while.