Neighborhood gossip is something that has always existed. I'm pretty sure we were cavemen talking crap about Grog's wife's nails from the next cave over. For some reason human beings love to start rumors and talk smack about other people.
Maybe it's because it helps us to delude ourselves from our own insecurities and failings as human beings? If we focus on what's wrong with others, perhaps that'll make us ultimately feel better about ourselves and delude us into thinking we're doing everything right?
So it's probably better for everyone involved to just mind their own business, right?
We all know of the traditional ways people celebrate Valentine’s Day. You plan a nice night out at a fancy restaurant with your significant other. You hand them some roses, maybe some chocolates and then the two of you get silly over a bottle of wine or some magic mushrooms, if that’s what you’re into, no judgment or anything. Maybe you get them a card.
Now, those are great and all, but you want me to make sure that the person you love gets a personalized experience when you’re planning a special Valentine’s Day for them.
The folks over at Venngage came up with a romantically nerdy Valentine’s Day idea: custom charts to let the special someone in your life know how much you care.
It's not uncommon to find people who really, really love their pets. And that's cool, I totally get that. There were two beagles under my care growing up that I used to love more than most people. I would sit down with them, play in the backyard or take them out to parks and their enthusiasm and happiness would light up my day because I knew that most people wouldn't feel anywhere near the gratitude and excitement that my puppers did.
However there are some people that are kind of borderline obsessive with their pets, showing them amounts of love that they would probably not even show another human being.