I'm filling in for a friend ( teaching his highschool IT class ), I've overheard kids saying that kids who don't have an iPhone are considered "lower". Kids being kids, obviously, but still.
People standing in lines and other shit for a fucking phone are just weird in my opinion, and it's most noticeable when it comes to apple products, iPhone in particular. I only swap phones when they start to deteriorate, got Xperia Z when it came out and likely won't replace it until I completely wreck it.
The important thing is that you found a way to feel superior to other people without shelling a grand on an iPhone.
yeah carry a pack of gum and a pack of smokes and also have a real cool hat or some piece of flair that people will remember you by and wear it every day like get a really cool visor and wear it upside down or a fedora or maybe a pocket watch that waay people will recognize you and instead of being "that weird guy" you'll be "that weird guy who always wears a fedora/pocket watch/upside down visor"
Foucault is so goddamn boring to read, at least he was for me when we had to do it.
not one of my favorites either but there's far worse boredom-wise imo
For example, I've read "Animal Farm" in primary school and it was just a goofy novel full of animals who talk and there is some word about equality
I love children's books so much.. I've read le petit prince, alice in wonderland and 20.000 league like twenty times each
I still cry errythime :'~(
It seems as if though I am dyslexic and cannot express myself the best way, even when I re-read my replies they sound dumb, but yeah.
I've passed the point (years ago) where I started thinking in English instead of German, sometimes forgetting the German words only knowing the English equivalent and reading my posts today they still sound ass :-/