Sunday, January 24, 2010

As if I were an animal

I've been put in a cage. I wish I could say that I didn't deserve my prison sentence, however, I feel as though I've earned it. You see it's my politeness that has put me here. What happens when you are a gentleman constantly? What happens when you say your pleases and thank you's and hold open the occasional door for women? Lend me your ears and I will tell you what happens. Suddenly you are "that nice guy." Oh, that label that I loathe.

It's not that I hate niceness per say. I hate the fences associated with "nice." "Nice" people don't party, they don't get wild, they don't enjoy the nightlife, they don't dance to modern music, and they don't have any real fun. "Nice" people, they stay home and knit. Well, I don't knit, I dance on tables with my drunk friends. So efff nice. I've got beef with "Nice"

Don't get me wrong, I am a gentleman. I will always strive to treat everyone with dignity and respect. But please don't patronize me. Don't assume that because I smile and use proper english that I am a Anglo-Saxon asshole whose family resembles the "Beaver" family.

I've had it with "Nice." I'm sick of this label and I'll do anything but abandon my morals to ditch it. Maybe someday I'll meet a gal who will look past the exterior "plain" Jesse long enough to see that when the work/school day ends. the leash that is my professional image comes off. I've overheard enough party invites to know that I'll never get one as the "professional." I need to cuss more, come to work drunk a few times, and have a plethora of pathetic drunk stories in order to fit in.

I apologize for the rant. Oh, wait.............. there I go again. Actually, never-mind. If you don't like it don't read it.

Sunday, January 17, 2010

The Sad Truth

I thoroughly enjoy the site I have the ipod touch application and I read them nearly everyday. They really make me laugh because sometimes life is less than ideal. But through it all it is important to smile and don't let anyone or anything take your joy. My mom said it best once when she said, "Squeeze the good out of everyday." I love my mom. There are few people who are as positive and joyful as she is. I like to think that I inherited her enthusiasm for life. Though my mom would disapprove, I definitely just posted an FML to the site. Here it is:

"today I couldn't set up my online bill-pay for my credit card because all of the security questions were related to either girlfriend or fiance/spouse. I have never had a girlfriend. I am nearly 21. FML"

Please don't misunderstand me. I am not having a pity party. I am single by choice. I refuse to settle, and I am pickier than anyone I know.

Since I've told you about FML and FML doesn't really jive with my personal views on how beautiful life is, permit me to inform you of a more positive substitute. I have two. The first is and the second is

Both websites are wonderful and both really have the ability to make your day better. Check them out, they are the same format as

Song of the day:

Thursday, January 14, 2010

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Drop the World

Ever feel like you've got the world on your shoulders? I know I do. Sometimes I just want to drop it.

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Song of the day

One of the best songs off the Blueprint 3.

Monday, January 11, 2010

Song of the day

Sorry for my extended absence. I promise to post more. I have no excuse other than confused emotions. I've been working on a bunch of stuff to post though. So soon there will be tons. I'll try to at least give a song a day.