When did it become so difficult to write a blog post? I remember when I first started blogging in my Xanga days. I could crank out 2-3 posts of 200-300 words every week. Nowadays, I get an idea for a blog post and 20 minutes later I have no interest in writing about it. Where for art thou, attention span?
You know what I always find interesting? The timing of a when a girl says she has a boyfriend. It’s at least courteous to say so at the beginning of a conversation, because then you are not being led on. Ideally, you mention it in passing once, early on, but don’t harp on it. If you keep on harping on the fact that you have a boyfriend, it just makes you sound needy and insecure.

However, there is also the flipside. When you’re hanging out with a girl and she doesn’t tell you until you’re at the end of a conversation. That’s even worse, because she’s clearly just looking for the attention that her man isn’t giving her. Lame.

Most of the time, I friend people on Facebook because it helps me remember their names. Real Talk.

Get the new Foster the People album.
You ever get the feeling that you don’t have enough time listen to all the new music that is available? I genuinely have no interest in listening to “Watch the Throne.”
I’m feeling some wanderlust. I’m due a “fun” trip to the West Coast. I’m itching for revisiting LA, or checking out Vancouver or Portland for the first time. Also, maybe a long drive down PCH.

Later -J.

~ by joysonism on August 14, 2011.

2 Responses to “Writing”

  1. word.

  2. I’ve always thought that maybe they should wear signs. Scarlet letters, even.

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