Three Word Thursday #23
Here’s my random ranting on this beautiful Thursday. I don’t even know where to start. Yes, I do.
ξ First of all, I want to apologize to all my subscribers and facebook followers. I had to change my blog theme and after I uploaded the new demo, it send out all the sample posts and notifications to all of my followers. Annoying, I know! I’m very sorry. Thanks to my lovely friend, who gave me notice of all the BS posts and emails asap. She insisted of knowing what “Tilde lumbersexual schlitz vinyl” is, that’s why I googled it. That brings you to many more websites with this sample post and I was relieved to see that I’ m not the only one affected by it.
But my explanation of “Tilde lumbersexual schlitz vinyl” is:
The favorite record of a lumber sexual* guy named Tilde with a preference for schlitz** drinks. Duh!
* Lumbersexual = A not-so-manly man dressing like a lumberjack (although a lot more refined) and sporting a beard that has the volume of a lumberjacks beard and the groom of a hipster, cashing in on the “rugged, outdoor stereotype” .
Most of these guys aren’t very good with their hands and only want to seem so because God forbid you would get those soft lotion treated hands dirty.
Lumberjacks are typically known for their strength and being able to work with their hands. Most lumbersexuals would be stumped changing a tire.
** a fine affordable beverage, not found at dinner parties, will get you trashed for $3
ξ I love blogging. I hate WordPress. I love WordPress Live. I hate to change blog themes. It messes with all your content. You have to spend hours and hours on your dashboard until it looks a little bit like you want it to look. So please apologize all the little imperfections on my site right now. I’ll be fixing them asap.
ξ Children need boundaries. They need to learn how to respect adults, especially teachers. If they find themselves in a difficult situation with a teacher, parents should NOT go to school and complain. They should try to stay out of it. Well, I don’t really want to generalize that, but most of the time. Parents should teach their kids manners and common courtesy. I keep meeting these entitled children, who are taken way too seriously. Seriously! Let your kids make their own mistakes. Every time we rescue them, intervene on their behalf, or smooth the way so things are easier for them, we rob them of a learning opportunity – the chance to be responsible, to figure it out for themselves. Amen.
ξ I’m very pleased with this quote painting I made yesterday for a friends birthday. Check it out on my Instagram feed.
I’m linking up with Amanda from Running with Spoons. She started decorating for Christmas! Check out her site and other cool blogs.
Have a great weekend!