Dear Universe #1 (TV Shows & Sticky Fingers)

Dear Universe,

We’re smack in the middle of April 2015 now and I’m left with two more weeks of regular classes before graduation. I don’t know how to feel about it. I can’t say that I didn’t enjoy my experience at college but then again I can’t say that I did. I’m perpetually in theĀ meh zone. But here’s a bunch of things I’d like to address:

Dear Brain,

Why don’t you ever want to read anymore? It’s simple and it requires absolutely no effort. Just slide your eyes left to right, left to right. I hope this is an easy case of Post-College Stress Disorder. Get back into it, will ya?

Sincerely, Your Heart.

Dear Ears,

Get into something good. Go out there and explore new music, stop being a lazy ass and relying on TV shows. TV is not everything. The Vampire Diaries has a few good gems but other than that, The Walking Dead plays nothing but intense you’re-about-to-be-eaten-alive instrumentals, The 100 doesn’t really have any music, Once Upon A Time plays that whimsical fairy tale shit, Sleepy Hollow only has its opening and closing credits, Bones has given up on that 5 seasons ago, The Big Bang Theory is still playing the full-length version of that annoying nerd intro, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. plays the same superhero music as in Thor, Captain America, Iron Man, Spider-Man, and any other future ‘-Man’ movies. Basically, just wait patiently for the next season of Nevermind The Buzzcocks.

Or quit being a snob.

Sincerely, your music-deprived self.

Dear Sticky Fingers,

Apparently, I meant to say Dear Sticky Fingaz

WHY oh why did you unlike that post you just accidentally liked on Facebook? Now she will know. Now she will know forever…

Sincerely, Online Social Etiquette.

Dear Breakfast Foods,

Why would anybody ever eat anything besides breakfast food? I had to have it twice today.

Sincerely, my stomach that wants to devour you.

I guess those are the things I wanted to address for the past week, Universe. Oh, and here’s a parting gift:

Sincerely, an anxiously awaiting near-graduate.