THIS IS AMAZING
I support this.
I take that last bit about high school back. High school was a disaster and I can’t think of too much I miss about it. After high school was much better for me a while, then I just got more and more anxious over time. Moving out here to live with Miranda was the best thing to ever happen to my anxiety because I can actually go to a supermarket to buy food without holding my breath. I’m more comfortable here than I ever was in Kentucky. It’s prettier, too.
I feel like discussing this out loud forces me to talk circles around my relationship with Miranda as if it’s not the greatest thing that’s ever happened to me. My own issues have nothing to do with that, but I do feel like if I improved on certain aspects of myself, I’d be better for her.
I am irellevant to the outside world. I keep fighting the urge to delete all of my social networks, but it is literally the only way I socialize with people outside of customer service.
In the grand scheme of things, I know it doesn’t matter, but taking risks isn’t something I’m great at even if it’s the simplest of things. It would likely benefit my sanity and probably be better for my relationship.
I need hobbies and interests. I need a project to feel like I’m contributing something. I wish I knew how to motivate myself. I feel like I’ve been singing the same tune since high school and I don’t know how to change.
What’s up, Tumblr? Here’s Tig Notaro on Conan.
Could ya’ll please put a trigger warning on your posts when you say something negative about my race?
OH MY GOD I HAVE NO DIRECTION IN MY LIFE WHERE IS MIRANDA
I have money. Someone give me a car for it.
My mental issues seem kind of insignificant compared to the world being on fire, so I’m just gonna go ahead and bottle that shit up.
It’s not punk to antagonize minimum wage workers.
This deserves the 9400 notes it has so far.
You have to tag your posts in order to gain followers on the internet.
You can all stop holding your breath now — the list is here. Meet the comedians who will be featured on The Half Hour in 2014:
Adam Newman, Barry Rothbart, Chris Distefano, Chris Gethard, Damien Lemon, Fortune Feimster, Joe Wengert, Joe Zimmerman, Kurt Braunohler, Mark Normand, Michael Che, Rachel Feinstein, Ron Funches, Tommy Johnagin and Yannis Pappas.
Comedy is something I care about!
Bear and his Robot
They are the best of friends, through thick and thin, mostly, because Robot has no skin.