Happy or "Happy"


Does money make you mean? In a talk at TEDxMarin, social psychologist Paul Piff shares his research into how people behave when they feel wealthy. (Hint: badly.)

To learn more, watch the whole talk here»

Wait, how does this sound… Agent Fares

Join armed forces… don’t join armed forces… I don’t knowwwww


ever wonder how different your life would be if that one thing never happened

I hate when I’m tired but not fully sleepy yet.  I get nothing done and other bad stuff happens lulz

This concert thing is bothering me wayy more than it should…

It’s crazy how some of the seemingly random people care about you a lot.  After tomorrow, I’m done.

4: Have you ever changed for someone?

In reality, we all subconsciously change when we’re around certain people.  So I’ve never noticed the change until someone points it out, or I ask.  And I usually ask when the change has already occurred.  Have I ever changed BECAUSE of someone…well now, that’s a different question lol

11: When you are dating someone do you believe in going on “breaks”?

Wut…No.  Depending on the context and definition of what happens during the ”break”, then my answer might be different.  People go on breaks due to the recurring idea that something in this relationship isn’t perfect, or going the way one would hope.  Realistically, these people have to realize that these things are all ephemeral and could one day end.  But there is a ray of light that breaks through this seemingly sad outcome due to the fact that realizing this imperfection helps us realize the actual importance of some things in our lives.  This is the idealist talking in me, but this is honestly the moment we really open up. 

29: What do you notice first about another person?

If it’s the first thing, then looks obviously.  I’m a human being, I judge face structure, I dont wanna lie.

52: Are you good at giving other people advices regarding dating/ relationships?

I apparently am.  Although I do lack the “personal” experience of all this shit, I think I have a pretty solid idea of what helps keep a relationship strong; it just kind of makes sense.  And I read a bunch of Thought Catalogs and most of what they say, specifically regarding relationships, I already am cognizant of

55: Would you consider yourself “clingy”, “overly attached” or “jealous”?

I wouldn’t exactly consider myself “clingy” or “overly attached” but I could consider calling myself “jealous”.  Again, I’m a human being, this is a natural feeling we feel.  I try to go beyond that seemingly immature feeling and think this more rationally but sometimes this thing can’t be helped.  If your hearts so require it, I can give examples of when I have felt a deep sense of jealousy.

62: How do you define “cheating”?

Relationship-wise, I assume: Doing anything that would completely hinder a relationship from progressing into a better and more developed stage