"The slab itself was not very technical, however, because the rock was sandstone and it had rained the day before, there was a thin layer of loose sand on the top of the rock. If we slipped at the crux, then it was very likely that we would slide and go over the edge of a 150+ foot cliff. So it's pretty clear what you have to do - don't slip."
I’m going to live in a van down by the river. My mother would be so proud (not). She's actually kind of concerned and offered to buy me a $500 space toilet (I'm a little concerned about that part of living in a van too).
Calling someone a “Trust Fund Kid” is, most of the time, directed to hurt someone else. I don’t know any real trust fund kids, at least by the intended definition of an adult that doesn’t work at all because they receive their income from their parents. But on the other hand I know many, many people, including myself who have been called a “trust fund kid”. Do you know why?
Because we don’t settle for the mundane, mediocre stuff in our lives (and our Facebook feeds are consequentially epic).