My Life Has Become A Boring Pop Song

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thiswireheart asked: Why do actions speak louder than words? Actions cant even talk.

Hilarious wordplay!

But it to be real, I think that actions speak louder than words because we have a tendency to just say all kinds of things without thinking them through. What we do matters. What we do will dictate how people view us.

For instance, let’s say that in a conversation I tell you that I am staunchly anti-violence. But then a few days later you walk out and see me wailing on some poor kid because he looked at me the wrong way! I bet I don’t seem very anti-violent, huh? 

So that’s why actions speak louder than words. I hope that helped clear up some of the confusion for you, caller.

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thiswireheart asked: What is your greatest fear?

My greatest fear, honestly, is people not liking me. That’s so dumb. I realize that now as I type it out but it’s true. I tend to over analyze things so if I see people having hushed conversations I normally assume that they’re talking about how they don’t like something about me.  I also can’t stand the thought of people not liking me, even if I don’t necessarily care for them. I’m a walking contradiction!

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marcusprice:

In 1977, Glenn Burke ran onto the field to congratulate his Los Angeles Dodgers teammate Dusty Baker after hitting his thirtieth home run in the last game of the regular season by raising his hand over his head as Baker jogged home from third base. Not knowing what to do about the upraised hand, Baker slapped it, thus the two together invented the high five.


H.O.F.



Heroes.

mattfractionblog:

marcusprice:

In 1977, Glenn Burke ran onto the field to congratulate his Los Angeles Dodgers teammate Dusty Baker after hitting his thirtieth home run in the last game of the regular season by raising his hand over his head as Baker jogged home from third base. Not knowing what to do about the upraised hand, Baker slapped it, thus the two together invented the high five.

H.O.F.

Heroes.

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benskaggs asked: What do you think REALLY happened to Atlantis?

thiswireheart:

My thoughts on Atlantis:
Atlantis, much like a ship, had to be tarred to keep it afloat as it wasn’t a normal island made up of undersea volcanic eruptions. The job of the lower class Atlantians was to tar the bottom, but as menial tasks often degrade in quality, the tarring was not enough to keep the great island afloat. From there, the island sunk and has settled further into the great blue ocean to be found by later generations.

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