Fuck this shittttttt
Honestly, there are better ways to get my point across. And literally every time I encounter a past usage of this particular… word embellishment on my part, I cringe. Hard.
How do I know this?
I’m sitting on facebook staring at a little green dot, hoping like hell that a chat window is going to pop up.
But I’m not going to start it, ohh no. Because that never works.
Is it bad that I so desperately want to talk to someone who only seems to be interested when they start the conversation on their own terms? Probably. I’m paranoid that it’s never the right time, that they’re always busy, that I’m being fucking annoying and that I need to stop. This is seriously the worst feeling. I get so uncomfortable when I’m unsure as to where I stand with someone. And then I feel absolutely ridiculous for being so concerned.
I wish there wasn’t this stupid little dance that we have to do with everyone, where we tiptoe around and pretend to ignore the background details (and feelings?) staring us in the face. But being blunt is weird, and socially inappropriate, and I always feel like I approach it in an overly hostile way. My ineptitude knows no bounds. :/
I’m also a little afraid that I may have offended them. That has provoked some additional anxiety on this particular Friday night.
Do you ever write stupid things online about people and find yourself trying to silence the tiny part of you that hopes they see it? So fucking stupid.
omg can we just appreciate these tributes outfits
like district 1 are vegas dancers
and district 2 thinks they’re in gladiator
and district 3 is something out of a lady gaga video
district 4, well, it could be worse
case in point, see district 5
what the fuck district 6
district 7 and their origami
i’m so sorry district 8
is the boy tribute from 9 supposed to be a dalek or
HOWDY Y’ALL FROM DISTRICT 10
wow really creative for 11
BOW DOWN TO DISTRICT 12, BITCHES
Oh my God.
I want you to.
From birth we’re taught that we’re owed a beautiful girl. We all think of ourselves as the hero of our own story, and we all (whether we admit it or not) think we’re heroes for just getting through our day.
So it’s very frustrating, and I mean frustrating to the point of violence, when we don’t get what we’re owed. A contract has been broken. These women, by exercising their own choices, are denying it to us. It’s why every Nice Guy is shocked to find that buying gifts for a girl and doing her favors won’t win him sex. It’s why we go to “slut” and “whore” as our default insults — we’re not mad that women enjoy sex. We’re mad that women are distributing to other people the sex that they owed us.
Yes, the women in these stories are being portrayed as wonderful and beautiful and perfect. But remember, there are two ways to dehumanize someone: by dismissing them, and by idolizing them.” —
David Wong, 5 Ways Modern Men Are Trained to Hate Women (via chirart)
- Friend: On a scale of 1 to 10, how obsessed are you with Harry Potter.
- Me: Nine and three quarters