I can’t do it. I just can’t.
It would’ve been pretty dang funny, though.
In my last column, I was debating what to write about for this column. But I am dating someone now (sorry ladies, I know the above face is irresistibly sexy), meaning everything I would’ve said about girlfriends has since become irrelevant and basically illegal for me to say.
It would’ve been so good though.
My other potential subject was multi-tasking. Therefore, I must.
In the world today multi-tasking is a necessary evil. There’s not enough time in the day to get everything done without doing it all at the same time.
People talk on the phone while driving. People text while driving. People eat while driving. People, women mostly, apply makeup while driving. People do a lot of things while driving.
I set up my laptop (her name is Gina) so that I can view my web browser, iTunes and email all at the same time. When I’m writing in a Word document I can access all three of these applications with one click. This may not be completely necessary but it helps me feel important.
What else would I do during classes other than homework for other classes? Well, along with checking Facebook and ESPN?
How many different electronic devices do you own? I saw a woman the other day at Starbucks who was drinking coffee with her laptop, iPhone, iPod, iPad, Blackberry and flip phone (do they still make those?) laid out in front of her. The crazy thing was it seemed as though she was using all of these for something. I feel like such a creeper. Why did I tell you about this?
But seriously, that’s a lot of stuff. Was she really that busy? Hot dang.
I’m not preaching that you should be less busy and you should take time out of your day to spend time with yourself and slow down your hectic life or any of that cheesy stuff.
I like being busy. I feel important and cool. Sometimes it begins to feel overwhelming, but it’s better than being bored.
I haven’t decided what my next column will be about. Guess you’ll just have to be surprised.