BLACK DRESS, SHINY SHOES AND HAT
I have to tell you a secret: I am Google addicted. The first step to healing has been done, admit that there is a problem. When I don’t know what to do (that even means when I have boring things to do and I wanna postpone them) I do the most absurd search on my fav search engine. Sometime I use it focused, like “how to have a beautiful skin”, “80′s style”, “how to get slim”, “how to make a face cleanser”, other times I google random words like “shorts”, “coat”, “tattoo”, the name of someone famous, and I start browsing pics. I even typed my name, and then I checked the photos that appeared. Google is really useful even for everyday small problems like “how to remove mold” or “how to clean a wine stain” or “how to write on pics with photoshop”. For me it’s something basic. Sometimes I just type a letter or a word and I check what it suggest me. Often I ask myself how people used to resolve all the problems that now we solve with just a click. And I haven’t talked about Google Maps yet, essential for my transfer and to know how far is Cadorna underground to Duomo one, how long it takes to go to Turin or simply if there is a tube near the hotel. You can’t even image how many infos about bags and shoes price and model I found for being well prepared before going in a shop and how many times I just discovered there that what I was craving was to expensive. When I was at school it was an infinite font of knowledge. Why should you need a teacher if there is Google? (obviously I’m kidding). Since Google is with us, everybody is a bit more a doctor (and hypochondriac), everyone google, at least once, symptoms and then confused a simply influence with a super rare disease and started the countdown for the end? Yes sometimes Google is a trouble, but if you use it in the proper way it’s a great virtual friend able to give you best advice.
TWIN-SET BLACK DRESS