If there is something I’ve learned from social media, it’s that people love to bitch.
I will see people update a Facebook status to an unnecessary rant related to gas prices. I’ll witness photos on Instagram of people hunting with their dads and dogs. I’ve seen tweets about an individual, angrily, spending too much time in the doctor’s office waiting room.
And it has gone beyond my comprehension, how people seemingly take everyday problems, and blame them on the government.
“To die would be a grand adventure.”
This line was, ironically, quoted by, none other than, the late Robin Williams.
It’s always an odd feeling when a celebrity dies. Most often, it’s a person you don’t actually know, you've probably never met, and someone you've only seen on television. But, there is this lingering feeling, like you've known this person, as watching them live on the big screen can feel as intimate as a friendly conversation.
Have you ever failed to clean our your fridge for 3 months? And when you remember, fear sets in, as some things you pull out are so unrecognizable you’re fairly certain it might start blinking and doing tricks for you?
I mean, I went to college, and this scenario has happened to me a time or two. Not to mention leaving a bag of potatoes at room temperature allows for them to grow little colonies with maggot skyscrapers and advanced technological systems. Regardless of how awful or not-as-awful your food wastes away, the idea is that it all does eventually.