supernatural-tardis:

i had a crush on this guy and i decided to pull a Pavlov on him by offering him whenever i saw him  this brand of candy he seemed to really like and after a while whenever he saw me he got excited for a second then you could see his expression shift to wondering the why the hell was he so happy to see me and i swear it was the evilest thing but also the most hilarious i made a guy like me by conditioning him into associating me to a candy he liked


"

I think the saddest people always try their hardest to make people happy

because they know what it’s like to feel absolutely worthless

and they don’t want anyone else to feel like that.

"
— Robin Williams  (via taurielsilvan)


rock-flag-and-jerkface:

THIS IS THE CUTEST THING EVER

they both look a little nervous about what the other one might write

then just the biggest smiles when they are reassured yet again how much they just love each other


rainfelt:

stfueverything:

libertarianloki:

Thus, the logic of the feminist argument to “Teach men not to rape” is revealed.

Yes because it’s such a radical notion to expect rapists to control themselves.

Uh, we do tell thieves not to rob, though. We actually spend a lot of energy teaching kids that stealing is wrong. We keep trying to teach them it’s wrong through their teens and adult years.
And when someone gets robbed? Cops don’t ask them if their front door was locked. They don’t ask them if they invited the thief into their house and maybe said the thief was free to take things before changing their mind the next day. And this is true even though sometimes people do get robbed by folks they invite in under false pretenses.
Cops and lawyers and judges don’t work together to make people who get robbed feel like shit for not installing extra security systems or putting bars on their windows. They don’t use people’s former history of inviting neighbors in and letting them borrow stuff to argue that they had no right to expect someone to respect their property. The media doesn’t talk about how the thief’s promising life was ruined by their victim’s decision to prosecute.
Your metaphor is bad and you should feel bad.

rainfelt:

stfueverything:

libertarianloki:

Thus, the logic of the feminist argument to “Teach men not to rape” is revealed.

Yes because it’s such a radical notion to expect rapists to control themselves.

Uh, we do tell thieves not to rob, though. We actually spend a lot of energy teaching kids that stealing is wrong. We keep trying to teach them it’s wrong through their teens and adult years.

And when someone gets robbed? Cops don’t ask them if their front door was locked. They don’t ask them if they invited the thief into their house and maybe said the thief was free to take things before changing their mind the next day. And this is true even though sometimes people do get robbed by folks they invite in under false pretenses.

Cops and lawyers and judges don’t work together to make people who get robbed feel like shit for not installing extra security systems or putting bars on their windows. They don’t use people’s former history of inviting neighbors in and letting them borrow stuff to argue that they had no right to expect someone to respect their property. The media doesn’t talk about how the thief’s promising life was ruined by their victim’s decision to prosecute.

Your metaphor is bad and you should feel bad.


iknowgallifreyan:

I have one really photogenic cat and one idiot


Another week of being home alone all day every day..

Another week of being home alone all day every day..


corradocoia:

 

And that’s how you cut to a wide shot.



therothwoman:

gunpowderandspark:

According to the song Seasons of Love from RENT, there are 525,600 minutes a year.

One line later, there are “525,000 Moments so dear”.

So, doing the math, we can glean that there are 600 moments which aren’t so dear.

And I think I just used one of them by walking in on my boss who forgot to lock the bathroom stall.

this post did not even remotely go in the direction I was expecting it to



snippet of a conversation I had with somebody who I used to consider to be one of my best friends and who I always used to like talking to about stuff I couldn’t tell anyone else

this was nearly 3 years ago when my grandad had died and I was at uni and hated my flatmates and I was struggling with my course and talking to him made me feel better

skip to now and I haven’t spoken to him in nearly 2 years but also haven’t gotten anybody new to talk about my problems with - feeling pretty alone

I won’t even get started on my actual best friend who I haven’t seen in 3 years even though she used to just live across the road, she got a boyfriend and I pretty much never saw her since

now go figure why I always assume people don’t really want to be my friend and that they’re just pretending

snippet of a conversation I had with somebody who I used to consider to be one of my best friends and who I always used to like talking to about stuff I couldn’t tell anyone else

this was nearly 3 years ago when my grandad had died and I was at uni and hated my flatmates and I was struggling with my course and talking to him made me feel better

skip to now and I haven’t spoken to him in nearly 2 years but also haven’t gotten anybody new to talk about my problems with - feeling pretty alone

I won’t even get started on my actual best friend who I haven’t seen in 3 years even though she used to just live across the road, she got a boyfriend and I pretty much never saw her since

now go figure why I always assume people don’t really want to be my friend and that they’re just pretending



lizzymercierdescloux1979:

things girls do that I love:

  • offer their friends sips of their coffee drinks without being asked
  • scratch each others back
  • say things like “smell this lotion I bought this weekend”
  • compliment each other’s eyebrows 
  • that thing when they agree with you and their eyes get really wide and they nod their head solemnly 
  • throw out each others gum wrappers or chip bags when they get up