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rofl! I've actually done the last one more times than I care to think about. *blush*

This guy gets me. There's a a point in time when you reach a certain age when you just feel like not having plans sounds 100 times better than going out. For me this feeling hit at age 18. And I have no shame in it.

Why don't we just go on Pinterest? *two hours later* "RIGHT! I'm going to work now!" brain: But how about INSTAGRAM *half an hour later* "OKAY. NO PROCRASTINATING!" brain: BUT HOW ABOUT THAT MANGA YOU'RE READING? OR THOSE FANFICTIONS YOU'RE IN THE MIDDLE OF?! *7 PM at night* GOSHDAMNIT WHY CAN'T I JUST FUCKING WORK?!

Its just the natural reaction! Lol Samantha Hail

Because sometimes I need to laugh when I'm home alone!

Then when you get into a new show and are getting up to speed on it and suddenly, out of nowhere, there are no more episodes left. #netflixproblems #lol

Me when doing senior project hours at a Catholic Church. Since I am lds I am not used to catholic wedding traditions so when they do something I'm not used to, it surprises me therefore I kinda smirk. I feel so bad when I do that. Nothing against the other religion I swear.

How I feel when people try to talk about shows or movies, if they haven't read the books first.

It's almost impossible to resist...

I Know That Feel, Man

Social skills fail... This happens to me all the time. When someone says, "Hello!" And then i say, "Good! Thank you!"... -facepalm-

I don't do this with borrowed pens but i tooootally can see this happening in people's minds lol