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i wish there wasn’t a stigma about doing things alone. you can’t go out to eat alone, you can’t see a movie alone, basically anything fun, you’re looked down on for doing alone and it’s so stupid you shouldn’t need other people to validate your decisions

First time I went and saw a movie alone I was like THIS IS GLORIOUS! I’M NEVER GOING TO THE MOVIES WITH PEOPLE EVER AGAIN!!

I am tired.

Don’t feel like going to work, since I discovered Barry is a major asshole, after meeting him when he was shitfaced at the bar on Friday. Jesus Christ, he’s like a drunken Icelander (99% of them are shit) times at least a thousand. It was horribly embarassing seeing him like that.

Well, I didn’t really discover him being an asshole on Friday, I knew he is one, because I’ve seen how he behaves on Facebook when drunk (and sober), but I’ve never witnessed this with my own eyes before. He was VERY loud and VERY obnoxious. To the point that he made me want to leave the people I was hanging out with and just go home. He sucked the energy out of the room. Completely drained it.

Also I’ve been awake since around 8am and haven’t slept to gather my strength for the shift.

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Broke Diderato

Brooke DiDonato is a fine art photographer based in New York City. 

Her work blurs the boundaries of fiction by fusing real-life narratives with surreal, dream-like elements. She is inspired by the subconscious mind and its relation to our emotions and perceptions.

Brooke’s work has been nationally recognized by Photographer’s Forum Magazine, Creative Quarterly and College Photographer of the Year. She received a gold in illustration from College Photographer of the Year in 2012.