There are fewer sure fire ways to determine whether or not your job is complete bullshit then by affixing a nonsensical term to the end of it. Calling yourself a guru because you "totally get social media" is like secret business code for letting people know not to hire you. Sure you may snag a couple confused older clients who don't know what Facebook is, but they'll be dead soon, along with all chances of you ever holding a regular job.


Here's a simple question: If you went to a comic convention and cosplayed as your favorite character from the hit anime _Titlady MagicSquad _(note: not a real anime…I don't think), would you wear that costume out in public? Probably not. The point is, there is very little discrepancy between you wearing an over-sized mesh shirt with a man you've never met's last name on it and dressing up as a cartoon character that doesn't exist.


How did this become a thing? At best, it comes off as an insincere attempt at both affection and regality—the mutual exclusion of these things being quite apparent in the whole I-want-to-kiss-you-but-more-than-that-I-want-you-to-stay-very-far-away aspect of it. At worst, it just makes you look like a jackass. Don't be a jackass


We'll keep this one short-form: DON'T DO IT. It's actually a well known fact that the majority of people who take improv classes only do it so that they'll one day be able to improvise excuses for why they can't attend their friends' improv shows.


Hats were created as a means to keep the sun out of your eyes. The brim of a hat, which is what shields your eyes from the glare of the sun, is located in the front. If your hat isn't facing forwards, it isn't keeping the sun out of your eyes. And if the brim of your hat spans the entire circumference, it shouldn't be worn at all.