No Personal-ity


I spent the last week watching 1950s and 1960s romantic movies. Every second of each movie swept me away. The love was so authentic, so pure, so personal. There was a lot of interaction between two people, even though it was harder to communicate than today. Nowadays, there is still interaction but only behind the screen.

Whenever I go on a date, the first thing they ask me is about my presence online. Do you have Whatsapp? Are you on Facebook? Can you add me? Do you have an Instagram? I’d like to check you out!

But why? What will my Facebook profile give you? Will it answer your questions about who I really am? Or do you just care about outer beauty, that inner beauty no longer matters to you? Are people today this shallow and that addicted to tech? That they’d rather spend days and nights texting and stalking behind a screen than actually being with someone in person.

I want to go back to the old days when dating had more meaning, more value, more anticipation, and suspense. You want to know me better, let’s meet and we’ll talk. Let’s flirt, in person. Let’s dance in the streets at night and be silly, in person. Let’s laugh and cry, in person. Show me some personality, in person!

My Facebook profile won’t tell or show you anything!

I don’t know if such people still exist. Do they?

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Say You’re Rejected, Please!


The future is already blurred out and we are trying to pave our path through the fogginess of life. Honestly, I don’t need an extra blur from employers. If I apply for a job and I am not a good match, why don’t they reply back with a rejection? It takes only a few seconds and I know that because I am sure every rejection (and even acceptance) email is automated.

Why don’t employers and HR managers show a little care and consideration for our effort to apply for jobs and respond back?! Is it too much to ask?!

After applying to many jobs, I don’t mind getting rejected… at least I got an answer! That silent response is way worse than a “We regret to inform you that we decided not proceed with your application” email!