cryptaniac: bananneli: I wish that there was a socially acceptable way to say, “I’m having a bad mental health day and need you to pay attention to me,” without alienating everyone. or: “I’m having a bad mental health day and need to be on my own for a while so please don’t be mad if I cancel our plans on short notice.”
‘You’ll get over it…’ It’s the clichés that cause the trouble. To lose someone...– Jeanette Winterson (via wordsthat-speak)
bullied: i like online shopping and putting everything i want in a cart then checking my subtotal and laughing and closing the tab
ameliaslastgoodbye: one thing I will never understand is how normal people are unaffected by movies or books I mean when they watch a movie or finish a book they say “well that was a good movie/book” and they move on while I have an existentional crisis and question the whole universe
It’s a lot easier to be angry at someone than it is to tell them you’re hurt.– Tom Gates (via melodiexo)
American Shows: ok we're going to show you this pilot... oh ok you like the pilot? That's good, have 20 more episodes. And a subsequent 9 seasons. And the transcripts and deleted scenes and plenty of interviews with the cast. Oh also here's the gag reel, enjoy!
British Shows: Here's four episodes you fuckers, come back in two years and we might have some more done if we can be arsed. If you're lucky.
Gentlemen. This is what rape culture is like: Imagine you have a Rolex watch....– The Wretched of the Earth: [TW: rape] On Rape Culture (via ghettogwenythpaltrow) Rape culture is having to use an object to explain what we go through when our bodies are violated. (via moonlit—dancer)
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theagevsheraldsun: winifredjay: On immigration: 1. ‘Jesus knew that there was a place for everything and it’s not necessarily everyone’s place to come to Australia.’ 2. ‘These people aren’t so much seeking asylum, they’re seeking permanent residency. If they were happy with temporary protection visas, then they might be able to argue better that they were asylum seekers’ On rights at work: ...