by Andi

But I’m also not giving unsolicited advice. In other words: YOU ASKED.

And Here’s How That Goes Down

1. I know the answer. I give it to you in as much detail as possible. I’ll even point you in the direction of the proof since I’m CLEARLY not credentialed and am known to give out bullshit answers just for attention (HARD eye-role here).

2. I’m not positive. But I know enough to be comfortable with my answer. But, I will state, very clearly: I’m not POSITIVE about this.

3. I simply do not know. I may have read something in passing, but I do not know for sure and this is the answer you will get.

When This Happens

OH, LET ME JUST GOOGLE THAT SHIT FOR YOU.

How many people have not heard of google? Let’s pretend Google is the only option out there (it’s not) and that I’m not available. Google (and the rest of the internet) is literally FILLED with information. You can almost unzip and look right into some of the most brilliant minds that ever existed, including those that are no longer physically with us.

You Can Become An Expert

Wanna know how to tile your kitchen backsplash or put up a chair rail? How about giving yourself a haircut or applying makeup? Math, science or history lessons, or how about how to knit, sew or crochet or make your own clothes? Wanna know how to do literally anything? Google. Want a home remedy for something? Google. *Word to the wise, here, though… I’d stay away from WebMd. Just sayin* Want a recipe? Google. Wanna learn how to use the internet to find information? Google. How about a scholarly article? GOOGLE.

Wanna get inside Einstein’s brain? Go! It’s all there and some…

This article really has no point. So. I’m done.

Just… LET ME GOOGLE THAT SHIT FOR YOU.

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