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Somebody that I used to know

Hello to my once upon a time best friend

Who is now just a number in my contact list

Do you feel the intensity when I stare at your name? 171 more words


Never Give UP ••°°••

​To Build a Bridge

The Brooklyn Bridge that spans the river tying Manhattan Island to Brooklyn is truly a miracle bridge. In 1863, a creative engineer named John Roebling was inspired by an idea for this spectacular bridge. 239 more words

Uber Ride Anecdotes (Part 1)

I use Uber. A lot. I literally take an Uber for like 1km that I could perfectly walk. You’re welcome, Uber… You’re very, very, welcome. 480 more words


No Pressure, But You Have To

There were about twenty of us, crammed into a single Israeli hotel room. It was uncomfortably warm, though the AC was on; a slight stifling feeling surrounded us, and knees brushed knees, as we squirmed to keep our personal space. 617 more words


I Know You Are, But What Am I?

As a little beb growing up, I tended to be more the shy type. And that’s an understatement. I would never order at restaurants/fast food joints myself; I would always whisper my order into my mother’s ear for her to reiterate. 1,011 more words

About Me

The Funniest People in Books, Volume 3: 250 Anecdotes

These are the first 10 anecdotes from my book The Funniest People in Books, Volume 3: 250 Anecdotes, available for .99 CHEAP at online booksellers such as Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Apple iBookstore, Kobo, etc.: 1,554 more words


The Best Voicemail Ever

If you’ve ever lived in an apartment with multiple levels, you may be quite familiar with this story, or at least something quite like it. The first apartment I got when I moved down to Florida was on the second floor in a cute little complex filled with a beautiful array of people: from the older folks with tiny yappy dogs, to a local police officer with a gigantic German Shepherd who had failed out of the Police Dog Academy; hair stylists, massage therapists, restaurant workers, families with young children learning to walk to grandparents pining for weekends when their grand-babies came to visit and everyone in between. 1,294 more words