Must Go: Changing what you say, what you do, how you look to become more popular.
this is not directed at you frank...
What needs to go is people passing judgement on others, everyone is different and we all have our ways of expressing ourselves.. for some tattoos are a permanent reminder of loved ones lost. my tattoo is on my visible on my forearm for a reason, something i remind myself to look at everyday.
the passing judgement comment is for more that just tats though.... race, sexuality, lifestyle, sex, ect... people need to worry about themselves and not the decisions others make.
I have always thought long and hard about the tattoos that I have gotten, and 99% of mine are covered. I do have one on my forearm that is a constant reminder of what BMX has been, and is in my life, and I wouldn't give it up for anything. I'm not about to go get a face tattoo though, and walk into a job interview...that is one thing that I think people are going to have a hard time dealing with their whole lives.
Must Go: the last 38 minutes of work that seem to drag on and on and on and on...especially after a 10 day hiatus from work.
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haha, seeing how faded it is reminds me how long ago its been. anyways, i dont really have a problem with tattoos, thinking your somthing special for having them.. thats bunk.
must go: losing loved ones, family members.... family squabble over money... (am i the only one who sees how crazy people get over a couple grand?) man.... people
Must go: Being so hung over that you drove from the place you slept to the place you are going to sleep in 2nd gear because the clutch pedal was to much like work.
Also must go: Internet providers that claim to offer "unlimited" bandwith and then throttle your connection after 150 gig.
Things that must go: two 19x11" Porsche Lobster Claw wheels...I bought them not knowing that people run 8.5" all the way around on mk5 cars. Anyone want two wheels??
MUST GO: University of Utah fees. Directly from the tuition schedule this year.Soooo in addition to tuition it's required to pay $5,079.96?Business Masters Courses. All students, regardless of class standing, taking Business Masters Courses, will be charged an additional $423.33 per credit hour for credits taken in graduate level courses in the School of Business.