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    I m bored

    i m bored

    Iggy Pop "I'm Bored": I'm bored I'm the chairman of the bored, I'm a lengthy monologue I'm livin' like a dog I'm bored. Protect your cards, tickets and Oysters in this humorous and practical wallet. We don't recommend this young lady's cure for boredom. Sunday stories | “im bored” girl is going to have to prove it in this anything-but-boring picture book from comedian Michael Ian Black.
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  • The video begins with Grande, wearing a blonde wig, arriving in a club. She sees Melton and his girlfriend, Yasmine, who looks similar to Grande herself, wearing her signature ponytail, arriving at the club and dancing together. The couple notice Grande staring at them and invite her to dance with them, which she proceeds to do so intimately. Later that night, the couple share drinks with her at the bar and invite her to their house party the following night, although Grande is jealous of their romance. The next night, Grande arrives at Melton and Yasmine's house party, wearing her normal hairstyle and a black outfit similar to Yasmine's, startling Melton. She follows the couple around the house, with both Melton and Yasmine staring at her separately without the other knowing, and watches as the couple kiss in front of her poolside and at the lounge. At one point, Grande stares at herself in the bathroom mirror, only for Yasmine to appear instead of her own reflection. By the video's end, Melton and Yasmine are together at one side of the pool while Grande is alone at the other side watching them. She proceeds to lean towards Melton and seems to make a move on him, but suddenly turns towards Yasmine and they lean in to kiss (though the video cuts to black before they do). —TheAmericanIdol

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    break up with your girlfriend, i'm bored

    You got me some type of way (hmm)
    Ain't used to feelin' this way (hmm, hmm)
    I do not know what to say (yeah, yeah)
    But I know I shouldn't think about it
    Took one fuckin' look at your face (hmm)
    Now I wanna know how your taste (hmm, hmm)
    Usually don't give it away (yeah, yeah)
    But you know I'm out here thinkin' 'bout it

    Then I realize she's right there
    And I'm at home like: Damn, this ain't fair

    Break up with your girlfriend
    Yeah, yeah, 'cause I'm bored
    You could hit it in the mornin' (mornin')
    Yeah, yeah, like it's yours
    I know it ain't right, but I don't care (care)
    Break up with your girlfriend
    Yeah, yeah, 'cause I'm bored

    This shit always happen to me (yeah)
    Why can't we just play for keeps? (hmm, hmm)
    Practically on my knees (yeah, yeah)
    But I know I shouldn't think about it
    You know what you're doin' to me
    You're singin' my songs in the streets, yeah, yeah
    Actin' all innocent, please
    When I know you're out here thinkin' 'bout it

    Then you realize she's right there (yeah)
    And you're at home like: Damn, she can't compare

    Break up with your girlfriend
    Yeah, yeah, 'cause I'm bored
    You could hit it in the mornin' (in the mornin')
    Yeah, yeah, like it's yours
    I know it ain't right, but I don't care, no (care, yee)
    Break up with your girlfriend (with your girlfriend)
    Yeah, yeah, 'cause I'm bored

    With your girlfriend, girlfriend, girlfriend, girlfriend
    With your girlfriend
    With your girlfriend, girlfriend, girlfriend, girlfriend

    You could say I'm hatin' if you want to
    But I only hate on her 'cause I want you
    Say I'm trippin' if you feel like
    But you without me ain't right (ain't right)
    You could call me crazy 'cause I want you
    And I never even ever fuckin' met you
    Say I'm trippin' and it ain't right
    But you without me ain't nice (ain't nice, yeah)

    Break up with your girlfriend (with your girlfriend)
    Yeah, yeah, 'cause I'm bored
    You could hit it in the mornin' (hit in the mornin', yeah, yeah, yeah)
    Yeah, yeah, like it's yours
    I know it ain't right, but I don't care (care, yeah)
    Break up with your girlfriend (with your girlfriend)
    Yeah, yeah, 'cause I'm bored

    With your girlfriend, girlfriend, girlfriend, baby, girlfriend
    With your girlfriend
    With your girlfriend, girlfriend, girlfriend, girlfriend
    With your girlfriend


    I'm Bored is a song by D.W. and David in "The Rhythm and Roots of Arthur." D.W. sings it while driving with her family and Buster to Ohio.


    D.W.: I'm stuck inside this car
    on a trip to somewhere far

    This highway keeps on going
    Cars and trucks with trailers towing

    Only one small lane is open--
    see look, the road is broken

    I'm bored, I'm bored
    I'm bored, I'm bored, I'm bored
    I'm so bored, are we there yet?

    David: Not yet!
    But we're really cruising now
    Let's play I Spy--I spy a cow

    (cow mooing)

    Isn't that exciting?
    Hey, can you guys please stop fighting?

    D.W.: I'm bored, I'm bored
    I'm bored, I'm bored, I'm bored
    I'm so bored, are we there yet?

    The signs say stop and eat
    I need to get out of my seat

    This road will never end
    Hey! What's that around the bend?

    (bell dinging, record scratch)

    D.W.: Ugh!

    I'm bored, I'm bored
    I'm bored, I'm bored, I'm bored
    I'm so bored, are we there yet?

    David: Not yet.

    Hey look, we're in Ohio!
    Just a couple hours more
    We're still on Route 224
    Would you like to see the map?

    D.W.: But I can't read--is this a trap?

    It looks like noodles with some dots
    Is that a lake? We must be lost

    Ohio's way too big
    Way too flat and way too far

    Please, oh please, oh please
    Just let me get out of this car

    I'm going crazy in this maze
    All these detours and delays

    David: Why don't you take a nap?

    D.W.: I'm not tired, here's the map

    David: Just try counting all those sheep
    That will help you fall asleep

    (sheep bleating)

    D.W.: One, two, three, four... (snoring)



    Brandy Jensen, The Outline’s Power editor, has made a lot of mistakes in her life. Has she learned from them and become a wiser person as a result? Hahaha oh gosh no. But it does leave her uniquely qualified to tell you what not to do — because she’s probably done it.

    Dear Fuck-Up,

    I’d like to start by saying I used to be a fuck-up myself, but it damaged my health and relationships so I eventually managed to change.

    I’m in my mid-20s. I have a stable job with good benefits that I don’t dislike all too much, although I wish it took less time out of my day. I live with my boyfriend and love him unconditionally and our apartment is extremely nice and not entirely unaffordable. I do yoga regularly, have no more debt to pay off, and an incredible cat. Life is going well.

    But I’m constantly bored. I miss being an utter shitshow some days because at least it was something to do. I daydream about ruining my own life just for the fun of having to start all over. I just keep thinking — Is this really it? The world is crumbling around me and I’m going to spend 60 years just doing this? I don’t know what I’m working towards anymore. I’m just... underwhelmed. Please help.

    About To Have A Baby Just For Something To Do

    Dear Baby,

    When I find myself deeply, almost physically resentful of the fact that adult life is full of mundane tasks one must repeat, forever, until you die, I think about my mother. She had three kids by the time she was 24, and for a time ran a daycare out of our house then worked the night shift at McDonald’s. All she wanted for me, really, was the opportunity to have a boring life. She would have described such a life as stable but there’s often little difference. For years, I took that nice little dream she had and said “no thank you not for me,” about which she was, to her credit, a remarkably good sport.

    Which is not to say that just because other people have had it much worse your disappointment is not real. Broadly speaking, being a person is often very stupid and a bit of a letdown. You have to feed the same humiliating body every day; change your sheets every week; pay your bills every month. It is tempting to start rejecting the demands of living. But the alternative — really sliding back to a place where you are solely following your own whims and desires — may alleviate your boredom, but only because, by being a mess, you hand it over to other people. You become someone else’s monthly bill; their weekly sheets. Your own indulgence is just a demand placed elsewhere. There is nothing more crushingly monotonous for the people who care about you than letting them down time and time again.

    For me, that remains the bulwark against the occasional intrusive thought that asks “What if you just didn’t do the things you have agreed to do?” I regret to inform you that you will keep asking this of yourself until you stop asking anything at all.

    But in the meantime, things can and will happen to you. It will not just be this way forever because nothing is just the way it is for long. You may fall out of love with your boyfriend or find a job you like more or move to a different apartment in a different city. Your life might blow up without you lighting the fuse. You might realize you are a little depressed and go to therapy and begin to feel much better. You might realize you are a little depressed and go to therapy and still feel bored but in a way you can accept. You might take advantage of your enviable lack of debt and decide to travel to other countries, because the world is quite large and contains places where you can stand and feel small. You might eventually have a baby although I would strongly encourage you not to do that yet.

    Or you might ignore everything I’ve said and go on a bender and leave a wake of destruction behind you. This stupid, boring life is your own after all, and I can’t tell you what to do with it. I can only recommend that you try to live it in a way that is not a drain on others. It’s not true that only boring people get bored — but bored fuck-ups become very, very boring to manage.

    A Fuck-Up

    Have a question for A Fuck-up? Email [email protected]

    Ask a Fuck-Up

    My boyfriend shared a private photo of me with his friends

    Do I tell my boyfriend I love him even though I’m moving away?

    I wish my single life was enough for me

    I want to forgive my partner for cheating

    Have I been using my depression as a crutch?

    AAFU: I have a crush on an artist I’m bankrolling

    AAFU: I begrudge my ex her success

    AAFU: I’m 23 and have nothing to look forward to

    AAFU: How do I save money?

    AAFU: Should I end things with my much-younger partner?

    AAFU: Am I over my ex?

    AAFU: Someone told me my best friend is a rapist

    AAFU: I slept with my best friend’s boyfriend

    AAFU: My brother is dating a teenager

    AAFU: I just found out my boyfriend is pro-life

    AAFU: I can’t tell if my wife is depressed or just lazy

    AAFU: How do I let go of my marriage?

    AAFU: I wish I was closer with my brother

    AAFU: My friends are hanging out without me

    AAFU: My boyfriend of two years ghosted me

    AAFU: Is my brother practicing self-care or just being selfish?

    AAFU: How do I date after divorce?

    AAFU: I’ve been lying to my friend

    AAFU: My work nemesis has cancer

    AAFU: I’m still in therapy. Should I be dating?

    AAFU: I’m ashamed of being so broke

    AAFU: My girfriend’s mother wants a store-bought Thanksgiving

    AAFU: I’m not as smart as everyone said I was

    AAFU: I don’t have any friends

    Dear Fuck-Up: Should I apologize to the women I hurt?

    Dear Fuck-Up: How do I tell someone I love them?

    Dear Fuck-Up: I feel like I’m falling behind my peers

    Dear Fuck-Up: My boyfriend can’t manage his “anxiety”

    Dear Fuck-Up: How do you kindly break up with someone?

    Dear Fuck-Up: How do you live when everything sucks?

    Dear Fuck-Up: I can’t stop mentioning my ex

    Dear Fuck-Up: I fall in love too fast

    Dear Fuck-Up: I behaved poorly and now I feel bad

    Dear Fuck-Up: I hate my friend’s loser husband

    Dear Fuck-Up: Can people change?


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    Boredom can feel impossible to escape. This is particularly true now, when many of us are stuck indoors due to social-distancing efforts necessary to slow the spread of COVID-19. Some people have children keeping them busy; others have even more work during this crisis. Others are just inside, looking at the same walls they’ve been looking at for days, potentially alone, and feeling like nothing can pull them out of this funk.

    Well, don’t worry; boredom is a state of mind, and we want to break you out of it. Below, we’ve gathered up 60 great spirit-lifting, boredom-busting ideas to try next time you’re feeling spiritless and bored. Good luck and have fun.

    1. Start watching a new reality series. Maybe you want to finally get into Top Chef, or maybe you’ve never watched a single episode of Real Housewives? Reality shows are designed to keep you watching, which can be a boon for a bored brain.
    2. Watch a classic movie you’ve never seen. It’s time to finally check out what Casablanca is all about.
    3. Read a great essay. You don’t have to look too far.
    4. Search “happy birthday + [your name]” on YouTube. It doesn’t technically have to be your birthday to enjoy watching a bunch of strangers sing to you.
    5. Make a playlist of your favorite songs from high school. I bet you haven’t heard Eve 6’s “Inside Out” in a long time, have you? What about Jimmie’s Chicken Shack “Do Right”?
    6. Watch as many episodes as you want of your favorite show. Listen, who cares. Just keep watching it until it stops being fun.
    7. Start a book you’ve been meaning to read. It’s time to finally check out what (at least the beginning of) Swann’s Way is all about.
    8. Play a video game. If you’re without a video game system, there are tons of free options online.
    9. Read some humor writing. Delight your mind with the writings of Jack Handey, or Samantha Irby.
    10. Put together a puzzle. If you enjoy that sort of thing.
    11. Make a music video playlist to play on your TV. This is almost like being at a bar, sort of.

    12. Perform turn-down service for yourself. Before you go to bed, why not prepare your room as if you’re in a hotel?
    13. Give yourself a manicure and pedicure. An at-home salon-worthy manicure is possible, trust us.
    14. Apply a soothing face mask.Your skin deserves it.
    15. Do a guided meditation. Maybe this one by Puff Daddy?
    16. Have a yoga break. There are a bunch of great, free yoga classes you can take online. It’ll feel good, whether it’s a 15 minute or hour-long session.
    17. Take a bath. Do you have a nice bathtub? Please, appreciate your great fortune, get in it, and take a bath.
    18. Go for a walk. It’s still allowed, and it can do wonders for your mindset.
    19. Practice deep breathing. I know it might sound like it won’t do much, but slowing down and paying attention to your breath can really change how you feel, both mentally and physically.
    20. Lie down, close your eyes, and listen to a podcast. Even if you don’t like podcasts, I bet this sounds pretty relaxing. Find an episode that sounds interesting, lie down, and listen.
    21. Cuddle with your pet. It’s good for both you and your pet!
    22. Take an online museum tour. There are lots of choices these days!

    23. Make a fancy cocktail or mocktail. Practice your mixology skills and make yourself a beautiful drink.
    24. Find your ingredients and Google them. Sometimes you’re looking around your kitchen thinking, “I have ingredients, but I’m not sure if they go together?” The easiest thing to do is input them all into Google and see what recipes the search engine suggests. Red pepper lemon pasta, maybe?
    25. Bake bread. Just give into it.
    26. Meal prep for the week. It can be very satisfying! (Though you should consider whether getting all of your meal prep done now will take away future boredom-busting cooking opportunities.)
    27. Bake cookies. Mmm. Wouldn’t cookies be good right now?
    28. Try to re-create your favorite restaurant meal. You don’t need to be a chef, all you need to be is a person with the appropriate ingredients and a lot of derring-do.
    29. Make a dip. Oh, gosh. What is your favorite dip? Onion dip? Guacamole? Artichoke? The nice thing about making a dip for yourself is you end up with a lot of dip. All for you!
    30. Plan your breakfast for tomorrow. Maybe some overnight oats?
    31. Make homemade peeps. Or, on second thought, maybe don’t.
    32. Soak some dry beans. Then, later, you can have some beans.
    33. Make applesauce. It’s seriously so easy.

    34. Paint a portrait of your cat. Or your dog, or your rabbit, or your bookshelf! Then you get a bonus activity: choosing where to display it.
    35. Write a song. Do you have a musical instrument around? It might be time to dust it off and write a song about whatever it is you’re feeling right now.
    36. Start a journal. Don’t you wish you had always journaled, so you could go back and read about how your life was five, ten, or fifteen years ago? Well, it’s not too late to start. In five, ten, or fifteen years, you’ll be glad you did.
    37. Teach your dog a new trick. Teach your dog to spin, or give her paw, or “play dead.” It’s a fun and rewarding activity for both of you.
    38. Learn a dance. Maybe something from TikTok, or something from one of your favorite music videos.
    39. Write a poem. No one ever has to read it.
    40. Learn how to juggle. Can you imagine how impressed your friends will be once you reveal that you’ve taught yourself how to juggle?
    41. Write letters. As a kid, there was absolutely nothing more exciting than the idea of getting a letter in the mail from a pen pal. Why do we let time change us? Why do we let age rob us of our youthful sense of wonder? Send a letter to a friend. Maybe they’ll write back!
    42. Start a photo and memories album. If you’re like me, you keep a lot of little pieces of trash around, for memories. Movie stubs, playbills, particularly notable receipts. Why not gather up all this garbage into a photo album? You can even also include photos.
    43. Turn a T-shirt into a sleeveless shirt. Do you have a T-shirt you like but never wear, maybe because it doesn’t look good, or isn’t the right size? Maybe it will be a little better if you cut off the sleeves.
    44. Read a play, or write one. It’s like watching a movie, except it’s reading (or writing).
    45. Sew a mask for a friend. An act of love and of creativity.
    46. Design your future tattoo. Are you thinking about getting a tattoo? Why not one that you’ve designed? Draw some stuff, play around, imagine where it could be inked permanently into your flesh.
    47. Learn how to read tarot cards. Here’s an easy beginner’s guide.
    48. Learn about bog bodies. You’re going to be surprised.
    49. Make a Covid time capsule. Maybe someday you’ll want to remember this?

    50. Deep clean your bathroom. When you’re bored, it can be helpful to just discard the idea that you’re going to find something “fun” to do, and get down to some work that actually needs doing. First, I’m sure your bathroom needs a good scrubbing. Why not do it now?
    51. Organize your closet. Having an organized space helps you know what you have, and it helps you find things, and it helps you feel relaxed. Go ahead and organize that closet.
    52. Clean out your fridge. Something smells in there.
    53. Start learning a new language. Does Duolingo even work? I don’t know, but you can try.
    54. Wash the windows. They’re looking pretty grimy. Let the sunshine in!
    55. Hand-wash your clothes. A nice thing to check off of the to-do list.
    56. Do an online workout. It’s so nice to have done a workout. Unfortunately, the only way to have done a workout is to do a workout. So go on and get that serotonin.
    57. Clean your makeup brushes. Trust us, they’re disgusting.
    58. Organize all those papers. You know you have a big stack of papers. Or maybe you have a few little stacks of papers. What are all of those papers? Bills? Or something else? Time to organize them.
    59. Clean your window-unit air conditioner. Ugh, God, this is going to be so annoying but you do have to do it, so. Maybe just do it now.
    60. Swap out your candles. If you keep a lot of scented candles in your home, chances are you store them seasonally, bringing out spring candles during the spring, winter candles during the winter, etc. Maybe it’s time to swap for the next season?
    61. Clean out your computer’s hard drive. There are no doubt tons of files clogging up your computer that you downloaded a long time ago and have absolutely no use for. Delete them and free up some space for more stuff you don’t need later.
    62. Wash the floors. Oh gosh, wouldn’t it be nice to have clean floors?
    63. Rotate your mattress. I personally have never done this. But maybe we both should?
    64. Organize your pantry. Ahh, can you imagine it? An organized pantry, where you can see everything you have and grab whatever you need. Does it seem like an impossible dream? It’s not. Here’s some inspiration.

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