With spring now a few weeks old, many of us have surely completed or begun the annual spring cleaning. Whether you’re completely overhauling the space around you, dumping unnecessary work files, or just revamping your music playlists, there’s something about spring that compels us to clean.
The past couple of nights have been routine. As soon as 10pm hit, I would boot up Tomb Raider on my XBOX and spend some quality time with Lara Croft for about three hours. (btw, if you play video games, you owe it to yourself to play this. I wasn’t a Tomb Raider fan before, I am now).
The confusion and familiarity of the above title’s sentence is my topic of the day: genuine communication. It’s lost. OK, not lost; I will proudly say that I’m doing my best to carry its torch, as are a few others.
The internet, as we know it, came into our lives to help deliver content and make information more accessible to everyone. And since it started being widely commercially available to the general public, it has become a staple in our lives. We depend on it for recipes, directions, and nowadays, to find love through online dating.
The internet is full of funny, hilarious things that we can count on for a good laugh. Sometimes the amount of jokes/memes related to such things reach a critical mass, so much so that the joke has run its course and becomes so unfunny.