What do you love most about the internet? It shows us that we are not alone in this world. And there are times when we need to feel that way.
Do you think you’re the only one who trips over their own feet all day, burns their lunch in the toaster oven at work, and spends their paycheck on a pair of shoes that aren’t nearly as cute outside the store as they were inside?
You definitely are not. We’ve all been there and done that, so we can all relate.
First, let’s talk about laundry, which is something that everyone can relate to.
You must have thought of the chair as soon as you read that.
All people have one. It doesn’t matter if it’s big, small, soft, hard, old, or just plain ugly; it’s not made for sitting anymore. Its only job is to hold the clothes you’ve worn more than twice this week but doesn’t smell bad.
The chair is nice, but what does it need? Still more clothes. We should buy some.
My toxic trait is that I set a budget for myself and then proceed to go over that budget by an offensive amount
— Reagan Rainey (@reagandwalker) January 27, 2020
Seriously, we need someone to hold our wallets while we’re at the mall, or we’ll buy everything we see and forget about the modest budget we set for ourselves.
Well, that is until we get to the food court and we spend that whole budget on tacos. It happens sometimes.
And then there’s the never-ending battle to get a good night’s sleep (remember those?).
Pretty sure that when you go to bed, time stops. No matter how many hours you sleep on that pillow, you always feel like you didn’t get enough rest.
But when you tell yourself it’s time to go to bed at midnight, everything seems to speed up a lot. That is, after you quickly check your social media, of course. Before you know it, you’re wide awake, and your alarm is set to go off in 3 hours.
If this one doesn’t hit you right in the heart, pretty sure you’re just lying to yourself because we’ve all been there.
My walk of shame is going back for a shopping cart after realizing I can’t carry 23 items in my arms through the store
— Kristen (@Kica333) February 9, 2018