November 2nd, 2013

你好。 你会说汉语吗?
Asketh - svennavon

Hi! Yea I can speak chinese. I can’t type it on this computer unfortunately ^^

May 7th, 2013
Life is weird. When you’ve wanted something for so long and when it’s finally happening, you freak out and question if you still want it. 
I’ve started preparing for business school exactly four years ago, when I decided in my junior year of college that I needed more schooling (just couldn’t get enough apparently…). Now that I’m going to school in 3 months, I am absolutely mortified and spazzing out on an hourly basis.
But, like, aren’t you excited? I was, for the first few days after I got into a top MBA program. But, like, you’re gonna have so much fun. Yes, this is true. But once you get over the pretty statistics, you start realizing that everything you’ve ever known is about to be flipped upside down. Moving cross country and starting a new life for just two years is no joke. The logistics of this move and change in life is going to be a nightmare. I don’t understand how people can just get up and move to another city to work. I commend their efforts and I’m sure it takes a lot of courage, but I just don’t take it so lightly. 
It all boils down to this: I’m not miserable enough here to move there, or anywhere for that matter. In fact, life is going pretty well for me right now. Everything is pretty god damn dandy. The more I calculate net present value and opportunity costs the more I don’t want to change anything at all. 
I must be the .0001% of applicants that thinks that. Sorry for the thousands of waitlisted candidates who are waiting for people like me to drop their application. 
And dear god, the costs! Not working for two years+tuition+paying rent+extra costs+moving+flights+trips+career treks. And here I was slowly just getting out of my broke college student mentality.
FUHHHHHHHHHHHHH ::continue freak out mode::

Life is weird. When you’ve wanted something for so long and when it’s finally happening, you freak out and question if you still want it. 

I’ve started preparing for business school exactly four years ago, when I decided in my junior year of college that I needed more schooling (just couldn’t get enough apparently…). Now that I’m going to school in 3 months, I am absolutely mortified and spazzing out on an hourly basis.

But, like, aren’t you excited? I was, for the first few days after I got into a top MBA program. But, like, you’re gonna have so much fun. Yes, this is true. But once you get over the pretty statistics, you start realizing that everything you’ve ever known is about to be flipped upside down. Moving cross country and starting a new life for just two years is no joke. The logistics of this move and change in life is going to be a nightmare. I don’t understand how people can just get up and move to another city to work. I commend their efforts and I’m sure it takes a lot of courage, but I just don’t take it so lightly. 

It all boils down to this: I’m not miserable enough here to move there, or anywhere for that matter. In fact, life is going pretty well for me right now. Everything is pretty god damn dandy. The more I calculate net present value and opportunity costs the more I don’t want to change anything at all. 

I must be the .0001% of applicants that thinks that. Sorry for the thousands of waitlisted candidates who are waiting for people like me to drop their application. 

And dear god, the costs! Not working for two years+tuition+paying rent+extra costs+moving+flights+trips+career treks. And here I was slowly just getting out of my broke college student mentality.

FUHHHHHHHHHHHHH ::continue freak out mode::

October 17th, 2012

Question for the white people: why is there this discrimination against gingers?

science-sexual:

aplacefornegativity:

Like it’s a joking/funny discrimination but why is it there?

Eh? I think it comes from, some age old angst towards Irish/Scottish folk. I’ve not noticed it anywhere but in the U.S.A. From that stand point, it could be related to how the Irish in particular were lower class for whatever reason during the more industrial period of our history.

Interesting, worth looking into, thanks!

September 18th, 2012
all the time
aliveinlyrics:

Exactly! #boom #trueblood #hbo #Lafayette - @missabbylee- #webstagram

all the time

aliveinlyrics:

Exactly! #boom #trueblood #hbo #Lafayette - @missabbylee- #webstagram

why thank you very much! didn’t think anybody noticed my absence haha

tumblr has changed so much in the last few months, i don’t even know how some things work anymore. esp the app, that’s been through major overhaul eh?

why thank you very much! didn’t think anybody noticed my absence haha

tumblr has changed so much in the last few months, i don’t even know how some things work anymore. esp the app, that’s been through major overhaul eh?

September 10th, 2012
This is how you chill your beer when the fridge is failing. (there’s ice you can’t see)

This is how you chill your beer when the fridge is failing. (there’s ice you can’t see)

May 30th, 2012
If it’s loneliness that you’re feeling, is it really going to go away if you have someone who you’re with just because? Whether physically and/or emotionally? At the very essence, wouldn’t you still be alone? If you’re not ‘whole’ to begin with, how is someone else going to fill that void and make you completely happy? You have to be complete to begin with to make the relationship last anyway, I would think?
Email exchange with a friend
May 14th, 2012
Whyyyyy my life
tfk #987 (via textsfromkristy)