Kids who are a mere 18 years old who go to college and declare themselves finance majors and study to become accountants are doing it wrong. Sure, they can turn out okay, via some other influences (strong people in their life providing guidance, an alternative experience, strong drive to learn and discover outside of the classroom on their own), but that path is a ridiculous one and it's driven by thoughts like "accountants make good livings"
Although it doesn't apply so much to me, since I'm actually someone that enjoys math and working with money (you should see me when I go shopping )
Well, amazing post anyways. Seriously, you should become a motivational speaker. Or maybe just a writer, and have other people speak if that's not your thing
__________________ "With the amount of complaining about officiating, from fans of every team after basically every game, you would think people would eventually realize that the only thing consistent about officiating in the NHL is inconsistency." - ThirdManIn
DZ looks like a clown and Pyatt is not a good looking man, people just went nuts over his eyes and backstreet boy style, like 10 years ago when he was a rookie. Richards looks like a beaver with his teeth, but otherwise would be decent.
Lundqvist is obviously a very good looking and tremendously well dressed guy.
Girardi is ruggedly handsome as well.
Third place would either go to Hagelin, Sauer or Bickel, if we're being honest. HM to Dylan McIlrath, who is actually a handsome dude as well.
And no, I'm not even slightly uncomfortable giving my explicit opinion on other men. I'm so comfortable with my sexuality and the beautiful girlfriend I have that it doesn't bother me in the slightest. Honestly, I judge men EVERYDAY. It's the metric I use for judging myself and how I motivate myself to continue to work out, eat healthy and keep on top of my grooming and style.