And come Springtime, they say, is when a young heart turns to finding love. Well, maybe not “love” per se, but how about “strong like”?
Being a teenager is a tough time with lots of challenges due to the lack of experience that being in ones’ twenties gives you the proper perspective on. Adults may not always have all the answers, but they’ve lived through the same struggles that teenagers are going through today - if only the teens in their lives would think to ask for that advice.
So a few years ago, Web Watch wrote about a woman who LOST A LAWSUIT AGAINST GIRLS GONE WILD regarding her appearance in a Girls Gone Wild video, even though she is on film saying “no, I will not do this”.
The jury said that there was “implied consent” just for Tamara Favazza being present in the bar where the filming was going on, regardless of whether she willingly removed her top on her own (which she did not do).
Most people have a fairly good idea of who they are and where they come from.
The traditional family structure is typically in place, with family members across the board getting together at some point in their lives: parents, brothers, sisters naturally. Grandparents, usually. Great-grandparents becoming a bit more rare, but still often seen. Cousins, uncles abound. Great-great-grandparents can be a bit tougher to gather for a party – but it certainly could happen. Going back in time further than that generation, you’ll rely on geneology records and stories handed down throw family’s joint recollections.
Web Watch has long heard the old adage that too much alcohol and drugs would lead to too much sex, whether it be promiscuous college adventures after druken fraternity parties with your secret crush or something more dubious from club dates or online hookups.
But all that may just be a precursor to what really happens later in life, especially with women (men, not so much)…
If you’ve ever been sick while on vacation, you know what a horrible experience it can be. Trust Web Watch on this, as we spent 2 miserable days holed up in our Disney hotel room on one vacation to the Happiest Place on Earth, unable to leave the relative comfort of the room for any length of time.
Yeah, it wasn’t pretty.
And if you’ve ever been sick while on a cruise ship where you don’t even have the luxury of finding a place to escape like you would have the opportunity to do if you were on land, then you can take the Web Watch Disney experience and multiply that by 100.
Everybody has a career line item that you’ve considered leaving off your resume for various reasons.
For some, it’s because you don’t want to acknowledge ever having worked at that company. For others, it’s because the job was so horrible that you didn’t even make it an entire year.
Maybe you were asked to leave, as a mutually beneficial decision. Maybe you just left your ID badge on your desk, walked out without a word to anyone, and quietly slipped out while nobody was watching.
Regardless of your reasons for hating your job, you should rest happy knowing one thing:
It’s a common thought, honestly. Many of you think it over almost every single minute of the day, as you’re driving in rush-hour traffic and take a casual glance at the person driving next to you. Walking down the street and getting a glance from someone at the coffee shop. Passing someone going the other direction on the escalator.
It may be a fleeting moment, but you think it – just for a second. “What if…”. And then, like that, the moment has passed and you’ve moved on with your task at hand.
There’s a running joke at Web Watch about one’s ability – or inability – to handle math that’s more advanced than the basic multiplication table.
We’ve counted on our fingers in public more often than we care to note, and we are often despised at the blackjack tables — not because we don’t know the rules of the game or make the incorrect strategy decisions, but rather because we slow the game down tremendously while we determine whether we should hit or stay on a 6 of clubs and an 8 of hearts vs a dealer’s up-card of 4.
Yeah, 6+8 shouldn’t be a difficult piece of math to remember, but sometimes things aren’t as easy as they look.