Some people need to grow the fuck up and realize..
iwillbecauseican: viridianaadarlinn: khanhnghiem: aubreyclaire: That; just because you have sex, doesn’t make you a slut. Just because you stand up for yourself, doesn’t make you a bitch. Just because you’re confident, doesn’t make you conceited. Just because you’re young, doesn’t mean you can’t fall in love. So stop fucking judging. I completely relate to this. I’m a...
Days 20 and 21: A Hobby and a Recipe
I decided to combine these two, because a hobby of mine is baking and I made a delicious lemon meringue pie yesterday! Yum yum. Ingredients 1 cup white sugar 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour 3 tablespoons cornstarch 1/4 teaspoon salt 1 1/2 cups water 2 lemons, juiced and zested 2 tablespoons butter 4 egg yolks, beaten 1 (9 inch) pie crust, baked 4 egg whites 6 tablespoons white...
Dear "Tea Party Patriots"
dearmeat: You backwards, ignorant, racist, whining hicks are the reason why I cannot take pride in my nation; you make me embarrassed to be an American. You shame the very flag that you hold aloft. Under the guise of a cause, you take to the streets chanting curses at those who provide you with the very freedom you take for granted. You do not deserve the ground you walk on. -A once proud...
Dear Skinny Jeans,
dearmeat: Dear Skinny Jeans, You and I are just not meant to be. Best, Most Women on Earth I love this. It is totally me.
Day 19: A Talent Of Yours
I am very good at arguing. And this can be a problem. Because I am also very opinionated. And if you say something I disagree with (no matter who you are) I almost always end up arguing with you. And that’s bad! Because I turn people away and they get scared of me. Because I’m ruthless and while I try to be respectful I am also super sarcastic. It’s a bad habit. So...
is spectacularly boring right now. I hate it.
Day 18: Whatever tickles your fancy Song of the...
Dear Meat: Dear Communist; →
Look, all I’m saying is that it’s impolite to give a girl nine orgasms in one night and then never mention it again, even if it’s just to say “Well that was nice, but let’s not do that again.” Hell, I’d even take a “That was terrible and I wish to never see you again.” I’m down with taking down the hetero-normative paradigm and the demolition of the monogamous-ownership one as well, but a girl...
dearmeat: It would be really awesome if — oh, I don’t know — the ocean was still around in a few years, so FUCKING FIGURE THIS SHIT OUT. Waiting, Humans.
This Post Makes Me Feel Young
“Nothing has produced more unhappiness than the concept of a soul mate.” - Atlanta psychiatrist Frank Pittman So basically we live in a place that tells us that we have to love one person. And only one person. And we have to love them forever and if we don’t we messed up and did something wrong and our lives are very sad and we’re pathetic. And the only way to be happy...
LDR High school Unexciting summer vacation Arguments Homework Fuck. I just need it to be 91 days from now.
Day 15: A Fanfic?
Umm okay so I don’t read those. I like the real thing. So NOPE.
Day 14: A NonFictional Book
I Was Told There’d Be Cake - Sloane Crosley This book sort of exemplifies the kind of woman that I want to be. Sloane is intelligent, independent, hilarious, and beautiful. How perfect!
SEVEN THINGS THAT SCARE YOU Middle age Marriage Failure Rape Gaining weight Break ups! Haunted houses SEVEN THINGS YOU LIKE THE MOST Strawberries Parties :) Pretty dresses Cool shoes Great books Edna St. Vincent Mallay Man bodies SEVEN IMPORTANT THINGS IN YOUR ROOM My bulletin board Pictures My dressers The mirror? Bookshelves Computer My gavel! SEVEN RANDOM FACTS ABOUT...
Texts From Last Night...Summer Style
(907): My life has literally become a dickpocolypse. Thank you, summer, I missed you. (704): Just puked on the beach. Hungover. In front of my parents. I love summer. (623): I don’t know how much more of summer my liver can take. (647): Just spent the last of my lifesavings on (what i hope is enough of) alcohol. Hellosummer. (240): ohhh my god. this party should be titled...
Day 13: A Fictional Book
Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran Foer This is the book I’m currently reading, chronicling the adventures of a boy who lost his father in the 9/11 tragedy. I love the way Foer writes - it’s both intelligent and visually breathtaking. All of his characters seem incredibly real and emotionally layered. Maybe I’ll recap more fully my thoughts when I finish.
Day 12: Whatever Tickles Your Fancy
A Guide To Surviving Third Triad of Second Semester of Senior Year Take this opportunity to procrastinate and ditch school even more prodigiously than you used to. Get out of either your 2nd or 7th period. Cancel AP Exams unless you’re certain you can get college credit for them. Play lots of cards in Statistics. Take impromptu trips up to Santa Barbara. Find a new television show to...
This is helping me through the end of the school...
Arizona bans ethnic studies in public schools →
american-apologies: From CNN: “The new law forbids elementary or secondary schools to teach classes that are ‘designed primarily for pupils of a particular ethnic group’ and advocate ‘the overthrow of the United States government’ or ‘resentment toward a race or class of people.’” Hmm, it makes you wonder, why would anyone have any resentment towards privileged whites who have historically...
I can never read all the books I want; I can never be all the people I want and...– Sylvia Plath. Day 05: Favorite Quote.
me: Do you feel like you're in a relationship?
Like, day to day?
Ross: Yes, I do.
me: Why? Like, what makes you feel like that?
Ross: Honestly? It's mostly the fact that you've said goodnight to me almost every night for the past two years.
That's caring, and it keeps me going through my day when I'm feeling down.
Day 04: Favorite Book
This is a tough one. I’m a huge reader and there are many books that have helped me look at the world differently. I don’t like to think that I have a favorite, because so many are so wonderful in different ways. A small list of some of the best: Catch-22 by Joseph Heller. This book was so clever, so beautiful, and so tragic all at once. I was confronted with mortality and my...