God bless/damn it

When people are trying to clean up their language, they’ll replace “damn” with “bless” when they’re upset about something. For example: “God bless it” replaces “God damn it”. Yet when these people do this, they aren’t reframing their emotions. They aren’t changing their thoughts or their intent. “God bless it” does not mean, “This situation … Continue reading

Copy Cat

Have you ever had someone in your life who you wanted to be just like? Maybe you thought they were cooler than cool. Maybe you just wanted to have whatever they had (eg. popularity, love life, wealth, etc.). Whatever your reason, did you find yourself doing the things that they do, dressing like them, maybe … Continue reading

The Catholic Country Club

Something that I find ironic is that when I was Catholic, I felt on the outside due to the person God matched me with, who wasn’t a born and raised Catholic like I was. Now that I’m Episcopalian, I only feel on the outside with my Catholic friends. My best friend is a devoted Catholic … Continue reading

No Drama Zones are childish

It never fails that the people who cry about being “NO DRAMA” are the ones who whine endlessly about drama on their Facebook walls. Good Lord. If you want no drama, stop being dramatic. Just live like a fucking adult where you’re cool about some things and get upset about other things. We’ll understand. That’s … Continue reading

False Prophets and Cardboard

The longer I live, the more I’m convinced that people who praise God for EVERYTHING (f.ex: I got the last onion bagel at Dunkin Donuts, PRAISE JESUS FOR THY BLESSINGS RUNNETH OVER!) (and they’re not trying to be funny) or people who quote scripture or “inspirational Christian quotes” every other breath. Not occasionally when something … Continue reading