…it would be to glow a certain color depending on my emotion. I must say, I would be cliché about the whole thing- red would be anger, blue, sadness, and so on. And when I am happy, I would just shine. I think the most important kind of truth is not just in words and actions, but in being completely honest about feelings as well.
My biggest problem in life is expressing my emotions properly. I grew up in a family with a bunch of guys who didn’t take things like that seriously. I laugh when I’m angry and people think I’m sad when I’m just being quiet.
It does make my use of sarcasm extremely effective though.
Can I.... Can I just say this? The ONLY thing I detest MORE in the ENTIRE world than girls creating problems is when it's the BOY who acts like a girl and a twelve year old one to boot. Plus, he's a Stage 5 Clinger.
Who the fuck sends a fucking text at 7 in the fucking morning when they are on winter break? And even if you are one of those people, why the fuck do you think you’re going to get a cheery reply at that ungodly hour? I read that fucking whinybitchass text when I was somewhere between dreaming and deathsleep, and I thought about calling you and bitching you out. True fucking story.
When I check my phone after working ten hours, and I have 8 texts, 4 missed calls and 3 voicemail, all whining to the effect of “wahhwahwahhhWHY aren’t you texting me backkkk, I wanna hang out with youuuuuboohoooo,” you’re lucky I don’t reply immediately because, bitch, I might make you cry.
And the Facebook messages? Overkill dude. ONE. STEP. TOO. FAR. If I had an elephant, I would ride him to your house so he could stomp all of your Christmas presents into oblivion.
“When we were children, we used to think that when we grew up, we would no longer be vulnerable. But to grow up is to accept vulnerability. To be alive is to be vulnerable.”—Madeleine L’Engle (via makingdens)
Leonard:If Penny didn't know that Leslie had already turned me down, then that would unambiguously mean that she, Penny, thought I should ask her, Leslie, out, indicating that she, Penny, had no interest in me asking her, Penny, out; but because she did know that I had asked Leslie out, and that she, Leslie, had turned me down, then she, Penny, could be offering me consolation - "That's too bad, you would have made a cute couple..." - while thinking, "Good, Leonard remains available."
Sheldon:You're a lucky man, Leonard.
Sheldon:You're talking to one of the three men in the Western Hemisphere capable of following that train of thought.