Shit I Say


Drinking cold coffee is like having sex with no orgasm.

I bet he buys his friends.

I wouldn’t piss on him if he was on fire.

I would be offended by what you say if I didn’t already think I was better than you.

Who the hell orders a burger at a Mexican restaurant?

Every time someone serves me cold French fries I die a little inside.

Do you have an air exhaust on that keyboard you little keyboard warrior you.

Magic 8 ball says I really don’t give a fuck.

This music video makes me want to challenge someone to a dance off.

Asians are taken so seriously we have to work twice as hard at being funny.

When I invented technology I meant for it to be easy. I didn’t count on user stupidity.

Where the hell did you get your driver’s license from a cereal box?

The day I drink a cosmopolitan in public is the day my manhood falls off.

How can I respect an artist that doesn’t even know her own lyrics that she supposedly wrote?

Was this intended to be a children’s book or for actual adults…

I can’t believe I just wasted 5 minutes of my life reading that shit.

Don’t you cops have some real crimes to fight? A lot of crime around this library huh.

-OM

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Why feminism, not equality?


Opinionated Man:

Well at least you clearly stated feminism is not the same as equality. Refreshing to see someone be honest about it for a change. :) -OM
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There is a difference between feminism, chauvinism, male chauvinism and equality, and for those who just came in I’d like to spell it out for you. These aren’t really dictionary definitions, but they work.

  • Feminism– A concept, a way of life, or a social structure in which women are given rights, opportunities, duties, respect and importance equal to that given to men.
  • Chauvinism– A concept in which a certain group or faction considers themselves to be superior in any way to other group(s).
  • Male Chauvinism– A concept, or the (rather prevalent) way of life or social structure in which men consider themselves to be superior in most ways to other genders.
  • Equality– The concept in which men and women are equal in all walks of life and should receive equal treatment.

A lot of people I know say that feminism is a repellent word, which gives…

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New Design – Soothing Fire


Opinionated Man:

Very cool designs and jewelry found on this blog! Check it out! -OM
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Soothing Fire Necklace Soothing Fire Necklace

 During this week I have been working on several projects.
and I am happy to introduce and debut my new design a powerful necklace.
I named this necklace “Soothing Fire” and it is part of the Among Nature Jewelry Collection 2015

Soothing Fire NecklaceI loved to create this design forging and hammering the wire with a twist on the top part of the pendant.
This pendant is made in three parts and like in all of my creations there is no soldering anywhere.
I used a beautiful selection of natural gemstones,
Amethyst in different shades from pale to intense purple color, and four faceted Crystals
yellow Citrine and smoky Quartz in several shades.
I gave this creation the name Soothing Fire because
the Amethyst it is a beautiful purple quartz and emits the positive power of soothing and calming.
The yellow Citrine it is a variety of quartz and…

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Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter


She comes into your life and brings nature’s blessing. And with her entrance comes a curse of wanton passion. The grass is still alive as it blazes in the sun. The chorus of our laughter floats gently in the Spring breeze. We are the definition of love and our hands are linked as we dance amongst the growing and the grown alike. We enjoy timeless sunsets on picturesque settings creating canvases waiting to be painted at each moment. We love.

Time works wonders and bonds grow firm. We resolve to walk quietly into the night together. Hands held tightly against the shadows we once faced alone. We pick each other up in the heat of the Summer, against the blazing sun and humanity’s punishment. We turn as one, in unison with one another’s needs. I am your need and you are mine. And like an oak tree we grow together.

The rain has come and we have weathered storms. We still touch… but sometimes our hands Fall like leaves from our tired limbs. The chatter of children running around our base keeps us united, we are still united with finger painted signs and chalk figures. But some nights are cold and the moon shines two shadows upon the ground.

It snows here in Denver. The Winter seems to be most of the year… at least lately. But even with the constant ice, it does melt with the strength of will. A will we share each morning and return to each night. The seasons form a timeless ring that hardens into a golden promise. They touch each time our hands unite with infused emotion. Regardless of what emotion that is the presence of feelings means that we still care.

Jason Cushman

-Opinionated Man

7/11/2014

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Men Only – 10 Rules for Sex


Here are some pieces of advice I have on sex and they are obviously mostly for men, but maybe some women can relate to them as well.

1. Men don’t be too quick to defend yourself. When she says “was that it?” Don’t immediately say “but baby that was 2 minutes and 35 seconds longer than last time…”

2. Men you may not want to watch the football game while having sex. If you just “happen” to sync your sexual activities with that of a two minute drill going on women WILL notice. And they don’t take too kindly to it when suddenly everyone is clapping right on queue.

3. If you throw the pillow case and ask for a timeout for a water break and then get distracted by a playoff game while downstairs don’t expect sex for another 4.3 weeks.

4. Using condiments and making things interesting is fine during sex up until a certain point. That point normally begins when you hear voices that say “Are you guys making dessert in there? I hear whipped cream… I want some!”

5. Guys if you get caught looking at the clock have an answer ready for when your woman asks “what are you looking at?” I normally pick the water glass that should be there by the bed because hydration is important, “I was making sure no one was putting anything in your drink.” When she says “…but we’re at home…” you then need to look frustrated and say “baby can we concentrate on our next moves?”

6. Getting caught having sex in public, like in a car at the park, stops being “cute” and “romantic” at a certain age. The walk of shame is a little worse when your 18 year old has to bail you out from prison and drive you home.

7. Have an answer ready for when women ask you those questions like “was it good for you baby?” I like to go overboard with my answer to stop any further conversation. “Yea baby! This Captain is sure happy! You rocked the boat!” If that one gets old you can change it up with something like “This warrior is sure glad he visited this village!”

8. Sometimes women say silly things they have either heard other people say or seen on movies. If a woman says “Baby it is so large” and you are pretty sure it isn’t… just smile and try not to roll your eyes.

9. Pretending you are a superhero makes sex better.

10. Guys don’t just roll off and run do other things. At least give her a high five before you go. That lets her know you care.

Disclaimer: HarsH ReaLiTy is not responsible for any outcome from having followed any of the above advice. We encourage caution while dealing with sensitive subjects such as these.

-Opinionated Man

 

Tuesday at Ten { I find joy in . . . . }


Opinionated Man:

Everyone loves blog prompts! If you need a new prompt check this post out! -OM
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Originally posted on Advocate for Invisible Illness!:

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Tuesday at Ten { I find joy in . . . . }

 Welcome to Tuesday at Ten! The Tuesday blog Link up where you have 6 full days to use the “prompt phrase” as a part of your writing.

Each week I post a prompt phrase and you finish the phrase and write how that phrase fits you and your life or your thoughts.

Whether it be just writing a story behind the phrase or being as creative as you wish using photos, poems, art, or graphics – whichever creative way you choose.

You have 6 days to write and link up your blog at the bottom of the page so that others can link up with you.

Be sure to visit your “link up” neighbor and spread the joy of connection! A new Prompt word is posted every Tuesday Morning at 10am, the link up closes at 11pm…

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