S1 E4: Nigel Spills the LGBTea

In this episode we hear about the multiple sub-categories of the huge LGBTQ community of Seattle.

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S1 E3: D.J.’s Bravado

What’s it like being in an interracial relationship? How old were you when you when you lost your V-card? Listen in as we discuss sex and relationships.

S1 E3: D.J.’s Bravado

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Post grad life stereotype: Living with your parents in the basement

I did this and I’m not ashamed.  In fact, I feel blessed.  Getting the chance to live with my parents right after graduation was a great way for me to get a fresh start on life.  Not having to worry about bills really helped me build my savings account.  Eating home-cooked meals after 4 years of ramen and microwavables was delicious nourishment.  Recently, living at home after graduation has started to become a “phenomenon” !  I guess moving in with significant others has been decreasing since getting boo-ed up in one place is becoming less of a trend.  Which I agree… take your damn time!  Too many times have I seen couples move in together too quickly.The move in U haul quickly becomes a move out U haul.  If you’ve got a good relationship with your parents, I say, “Move in!”  You get to spend time figuring what you want to do, prepping your resume, and finding your career (rather than just a job).  alexis_bledel_1285002946.jpg

Break ups are never easy

Relationships are hard but breaking them sometimes can be harder.  There may never seem like a good time to do them but its best if you do them properly.  Gather your thoughts, talk it through like grown-ass adults and move on.  That’s way easier said then done but it’s necessary.

But this isn’t about how to break up with someone.  This is about what is suggested you do after your breakup.  Good friends can help lift your spirits… so don’t fuck them over when you’re in a relationship!  Too many times have I seen my friends disappear when they were booed up.  Call your friends and cry it over some delicious brownies and ice cream.  Be sure to get it all out!  Getting out your feelings is a good thing!  Though, enough is enough… once your friends heard your sap, they’ll move on so you better too!  DO NOT IMMEDIATELY GET YOURSELF INTO ANOTHER RELATIONSHIP!  There is nothing wrong with being single.  In fact, this is your opportunity to improve yourself and re-explore your hobbies and interests.  When you do things you enjoy, people will enjoy you!

E-harmony has an article about things you should not do after a breakup.

Are we being looked over?

What does it mean to be Generation Y?  What’s the difference between Generation Y and Millennials?  According to every news and media source I’ve searched, there is no difference.  I highly disagree.  I was born in 1989 and refuse to be categorized and stereotyped as a millennial.  They are the worst!  But what’s worst is that Generation Y doesn’t even exist!  We are were the hipsters that were wearing flannel and drinking craft cocktails before it was cool.  Millennials try to be us but they ain’t us.  We know the real struggle of T9 texting and blowing into our Nintendo game cartridges.  We were heartbroken to find out that Pluto wasn’t a planet and  that Christopher Columbus didn’t in fact discover America.  These are few things that separate us twenty somethings from the almost twenty somethings.  I’m a Gen Y-er and I’m better than you.