This seems to be a new anti-grammar trend and it’s honestly killing me because it’s so goddamn common.
Here we go:
“EVERYDAY” IS AN ADJECTIVE; YOU CANNOT DO SOMETHING “EVERYDAY” BUT ONLY IN AN “EVERYDAY WAY”.
I FEEL LIKE I SEE THIS EVERYDAY MISTAKE EVERY DAY.
So it’s okay and not considered racist or sexist to have middle-class white girls generalised and made to sound fake and stupid because supposedly they’re a “privileged” group? How the hell do expect to ever get any sort of equality if people who are not part of a specific group humiliate said group for humour? We. Are. All. Individuals.
yes im a boy
yes i knit things
This guy should be some crazy DC villain…
OH MY GOD YES PLEASE.
oh god someone do this
GET ON IT
I think I’ll call him… THE KNITTER!
He robs banks with the help of his little quilted monsters
can anyone put an end to his reign of warm and cozy terror!?
This whole post is so amazing that I might actually cry.
This is really turning me on and I don’t know how to feel anymore.
“So… Got any fetishes?”
“Men sexily posing with knitting.”
Nothing makes me audibly groan with desire like In’n’out
Change is a great thing, so don’t worry about what comes after school. It’s going to get better out of school, I promise. For a lot of people school is absolute hell. You’re surrounded by people who are focused entirely on their own insecurities and are desperate to beat their way to the top of the food pyramid.
Outside school, people are more mature and accept people for who they are. Granted, some places may be as bad as school; it’s about finding the places that aren’t, which is what I’m sure you, with your humility and kindness and intelligence, will find them.
Okay so I identified some fundamental problems which seem to be facing you. Firstly, your complete lack of self-esteem. I don’t know why it’s there. Perhaps you are depressed, perhaps you suffered emotional abuse as a child? But I’m certain you have it. You’re not ugly. Nobody is ugly. I wouldn’t say beauty is subjective as such; I’d say it is a projection of what’s within. Be kind to yourself and body. Banish negative thoughts from your head and exercise a little, get plenty of sleep and eat well. All these things make a world of difference, I swear. And also remember to allocate yourself a treat day/ hour. Every day reward yourself in some small or big way. Perhaps forgive yourself for something from the past. Perhaps have a half hour break from work to watch your favourite show. I think you know best how to make yourself feel better.
However, you seem to have major social anxiety disorder, and I’d strongly advise therapy to help you tackle that. Also, listen to some happy music. Try singing it and then maybe dancing to it. The endorphin kick you’ll get will be immense. Once you are happy with yourself other people will accept you. I’m not conventionally attractive either, but since I started loving my appearance, people have complimented my looks so much more. (They’re not complimenting my looks; as pretentious as it sounds, they’re complimenting the aura of contentment and energy I may be lucky enough to have at certain times.)
Of course, looks aren’t everything, but your view of appearance and your attitude towards your looks is a pretty big indication of your attitude to the rest of yourself. So what if you’re not conventionally pretty? There are plenty of people who aren’t either — it’s a huge world — and you’re going to find plenty of people who couldn’t care less about appearance once you tackle your key problem: Social anxiety due to crippling self-esteem. I could spend double this hap-hazard piece of writing reeling off a whole host of the world’s most successful people who were never called “good-looking” or “pretty” as a teenager or in adulthood. Not to mention a list of the world’s happiness, if such a list existed. Regardless of what Marie Clare may have us believe, your success in life is not dependent on your fortune in the genetic lottery of appearance. A model once told me that models are amongst the least happiness and most insecure people she had come across.
Remember: This is your life, you have the control, and you can push it in the direction you choose. Stop focusing on what you were born with and focus what positive thing you can do for yourself now.
You don’t have to be universally attractive, you don’t have to have a raging IQ, you don’t need anything apart from a bit of will and self-respect to do wonderful things and be happy.
“Tearful” by Christina K
DONE. omg, I am so done. *flail*
mousesinger (via anaffinityfor)
favorite quotes → Scrubs, My Fallen Idol.
Scrubs is one of those rare pieces of art that get the balance between comedy and heart-felt just right. It’s so special that it has absurdity and scenes like this. These two are some of my favourite characters from anything. (And I sort of have a weird crush Dr Cox…)
Oh and the suggestion that “What a slut time is: She screws everybody” is in anyway “slut-shaming” is beyond stupid. Beyond stupid. It’s used ironically.
Everybody needs to lay off John Green. I hate that there are people who will root out flaws in people seemingly just for the need to root out flaws. Whatever may have been politically incorrect said by John Green, it is undoubtedly true that he seems to always try not to offend anybody, avoid bias, and be fair. He is undoubtedly good-natured, and not the sort of person who deserves such a laying into. I mean, you could do that to anybody and dig up a ton of perhaps borderline offensive things. People make mistakes, and it’s perfectly okay to politely bring something up you’re not comfortable with and share your thoughts, but don’t launch an attack on a figure who tries their best not to hurt anybody in anyway and actually tries to encourage a positive attitude and actions towards the world and the less privileged.
I don’t know what happened or who you are or were this is going, but I really do think you’re the best thing in the world.