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Origin of Thoughtless Moments

When I was a freshman in high school, my friend and group of friends would go to the local tanning salon [they didn’t do this for health reasons]. One day, when I was about to go in, my mom stopped me asking what I was doing. I told her that I was going inside to get a tan. She then asked me ‘Why do you want to get a tan when you already have brown darkness totally covering you?’ And then shortly followed by ‘You can get a tan anywhere. So why go and spend money getting a tan when you can go to the park?’ I stood there and thought about it, then thought, “Well I don’t see why not.” And then started going to the park.
When I was a senior in high school, my buddy and I wanted to see how long he could sneeze. We started with 30 seconds, then went to 45 seconds, and so on. On the day we were going to break the record, he sneezed continuously for three minutes, forty-five seconds. I almost fainted because now he has a world record that he would never want. It was a thoughtless moment.

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give waves to with a curling iron

What Does ‘irony’ Mean?

I was walking home, and this car came flying past me so fast that I almost fell over. But i guess I didn’t because the driver stopped to let me cross, and he said “Sorry about that.” I looked over at him and said “It’s okay. No harm done.” And then he said “I’m so sorry. I wasn’t watching where I was going. I think I was speeding [or something of the sort].” And I simply said “Oh no, don’t worry about it.” Then he asked me if that was my first time in this neighborhood, and so we began to talk more about it, and the weather and everything. It was the cutest thing.
I got home and told my friend about it, and she said “Oh, that’s so sweet! It reminds me of a story about my boyfriend’s grandmother, who used to do the same thing.” I said “Really?! Oddly enough, my friend has a mother who also does the same thing. You should ask her at work when she gets in–I can give you her phone number. What’s her name, anyway?”
My friend called her and told her about the whole thing, and she said “Oh yes–I do that all the time. It’s a habit of mine. I keep meaning to stop, but then I get into traffic.” And then my friend said ‘Well, you should both be very proud of yourselves.’ And I said ‘Of course! What did you think we were doing?’ She said ‘Forget it! Never mind! Anyway, be careful out there. And be watching where you’re going.'”
I said “Okay, I will.”

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How to Make Your Personal Brand Irresistible with Buzzfeed’s Buzzword Generator

To make my personal brand irresistible [or to get the most out of it, or whatever], I would use theBuzzfeed’s Buzzword Generator: http://www.buzzfeed.com/whitneyjefferson/take-the-buzzword-generator-for-a-spin
Besides, what is a personal brand if not a collection of buzzwords?
Generate some buzz for your personal brand with the help of Buzzfeed’s latest tool: the Buzzword Generator. It’s not just a name generator (although it can do that too). The words you choose for your niche will shape what you offer.
Run the generator, and you’ll get a word cloud of terms that are related to your search. This gives you a very clear idea of the key words and phrases associated with your business. The more common the term, the bigger it will appear in the cloud. This can help you tailor your approach to your industry as well as show what is already popular among your competitors.
You can also use it to crowdsource your title. In this case, you’d run the tool with a group of people and discuss the best names. If everyone agrees on a name, that’s your winner!

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What Are the Best Buzzword Generators?

The best buzzword generators are those that can make you laugh, think, andor understand something new in a single minute or less. They are not just for getting a laugh out of people, but can give you good ideas andconnections to other ideas that you may want to develop further. While I can find several, these top six have stood the test of time.
1. Buzzword Generator, http://www.buzzwordgenerator.com/
This is a great site with an area for all sorts of ideas and topics. Some of the categories are “the human condition” and “the best of humanity.” This is a fun site that can generate ideas and is free to use (within limits). You can add to existing or new words, or submit your own for others to use.
2. Buzzword Generator for Science Fiction Info, http://www.buzzwordgenerator.com/sci-fi-info/

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