I think that the climate strike rallies/protests really proved something. The reactions to people like Greta Thumberg. Just because your “old” doesn’t automatically make you a more mature human being. Take Alan Jones, he NEARLY…NEARLY…Mind you…lost his job for saying that the Prime Minister of New Zealand Jacinda Arden needed to have a sock pushed down her throat…It was apparently his last chance, despite saying even worse things previously…Then less than a month later we had this…
Does anyone do that anymore?
I’ve been noticing a sever lack of people, in charge, taking ANY responsibility.
For those who are unaware of Australian Cricket. Some of our cricketers, blatantly cheated and were banned for it. Now, some of the big cricketers are saying that they just made a “mistake”. A mistake is when you do harm, unintentionally. This was NOT unintentional. What these “men” did was intentional. There was no pressure to do it, there were no guns at their heads. They did it all by themselves.
The last couple of months I have hit the retail therapy HARD CORE! I mean generally there is always some kind of retail therapy for me after a breakup, but I have been getting rid of so many old clothes and getting new gorgeous ones. It is a necessary function that needs to be performed after every single break up…No matter how nice or nasty!
It is interesting though what people decide to buy after a break up. When I was younger I used to buy plush toys and I still actually have them all and I have no bad feelings towards any of them. As I’ve gotten older though I buy clothes more now and I buy things that I’ve been wanting for a while but never got around too.
What do you buy after a breakup? What makes you feel better? Is it buying bad food (sometimes I do that…Nice juicy bad burger~.^) is it watching “bad” movies? Is it just being around family and friends?.