Your Average Loser/Wimp. c:

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16. Sophomore. I like a variety of music, and I have Genophobia. c:
This blog will probably be filled with depressing shit, and anime. And some other random crap that I'll find. Enjoy?

girlgrowingsmall:

binarycupcakes:

chimobutt:

mcpeace323:

Stretch marks? 

You mean sick ass lightning tattoos 

THIS POST MAKES ME SO PUMPED ABOUT MY STRETCH MARKS FUCK YEAH

It’s like Harry Potter’s forehead all up in this bitch

Well, when you put it that way,

image

omg I feel better about them now HAHAHAHAHAHA **slight snort

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— 3 months ago with 313655 notes
cnnbreaking:

spaceexp:

Our Solar System down to scale

the fact that we are the specks next to Jupiter

cnnbreaking:

spaceexp:

Our Solar System down to scale

the fact that we are the specks next to Jupiter

(via thetomboywithheadphones)

— 3 months ago with 12629 notes
f-ckr:

for all the math fanatics out there.

f-ckr:

for all the math fanatics out there.

(Source: f-ckr, via thetomboywithheadphones)

— 3 months ago with 29143 notes
alexbaeddelbunny:

xcallofthedirewolves:

bidyke:

octopusice:

(starting this off by saying this is just an angry response to the image, not anyone who has reblogged it or the person I reblogged it from).
I can’t stand these sorts of campaigns. They shit on chronic physical illness in order to help explain the situation of mental illness. You shouldn’t need to step on one to help the other.
But the biggest problem is that it supposes that people who have physical illnesses get better treatment from society which is the biggest fucking lie, and throw physically ill & disabled people under the damn bus.
We are NOT better understood or cared for. We are NOT better taken care of. We are NOT left alone to get our treatments.
We have people tell us that we don’t need medications that help us live and we get told to try changing our diets and exercising more, just like mentally ill people get told. People tell us that they are tired of us being sick all the time or about us talking about being sick. People don’t want to go out with us because they are afraid our illnesses will flare and they’ll be in a bad position. People get angry that we get sick and have to take leaves of absence from school or work and tell us we should just quit. I’ve heard nearly every one of those quotes up there turned around on me or friends of mine in regards to our chronic illnesses. And for protections in schools or work? I have protections for my school work due to my disabilities. Doesn’t mean teachers are always understanding and that they don’t grade me more harshly or refuse to let me make up assignments I missed because I was too ill to get to campus.
We don’t have ANY sort of goddamned privilege over ANYONE.
And the thing that really, really, REALLY gets me mad, is that most of us who are dealing with physical illnesses are dealing with mental illnesses as a result. We are dealing with anxiety (like about our health), depression (like about what we can’t do because our bodies limit us), AND we are in pain all the damn time. We are dealing with ALL of that. So we’re sitting here and we really, really do understand your frustration and pain about your mental illnesses. We do. But we are also experiencing how fucking awful it is to be physically disabled AND mentally ill at the same time. And now we have to deal with people who are mentally ill but not physically, telling us that we have it made and that society actually treats us well? Fuck that shit cuz it’s not fucking true.
Walk a mile in the shoes of someone who is physically disabled. Actually, you probably COULDN’T because not all of us can walk a mile.
You can accomplish raising awareness and destroying the stigma surrounding mental illness WITHOUT shitting on physically disabled people in the process.
Oh and let me note. If any of this is confusing or jumbled, it’s because I’m dealing with really severe brain fog right now that I don’t know the cause of but it’s likely some physical issue. But I can’t very well tell this to a teacher, “Oh grade me less harshly because I can hardly form coherent sentences.”

This text accurately describes my opinion about this campaign.

Once you have had the.. Pleasure. Of dealing with a company that refuses to give you time off to recover from surgery that helps alleviate complications and chronic pain a particular disease gives you, you really start to notice that there is absolutely NO priviledge or compassion given to those who suffer every day with chronic physical illnesses. I was told I could just call in every day and hope that I wasn’t fired because they didn’t believe my surgery would require much recovering. Try being rushed from work to the ER because your blood sugar hits so low that you pass out and then being coached and almost fired two days later because you missed work that day, all because a coworker refuses to cover your break while you were crashing. Please stop shitting on chronic physical illnesses to get your campaign across, because all it does is make you look like an asshole.
Also, if you would do your research, you would find that chronic illnesses and depression/anxiety go hand in hand with one another. Double whammy’s are always fun, eh? So no, there is no magical priviledge that one has over the other. They both fucking suck and make life absolutely miserable.

People with “physical” chronic illnesses and disabilities (such as myself) do get these things said to/about us, all the fucking time!

alexbaeddelbunny:

xcallofthedirewolves:

bidyke:

octopusice:

(starting this off by saying this is just an angry response to the image, not anyone who has reblogged it or the person I reblogged it from).

I can’t stand these sorts of campaigns. They shit on chronic physical illness in order to help explain the situation of mental illness. You shouldn’t need to step on one to help the other.

But the biggest problem is that it supposes that people who have physical illnesses get better treatment from society which is the biggest fucking lie, and throw physically ill & disabled people under the damn bus.

We are NOT better understood or cared for. We are NOT better taken care of. We are NOT left alone to get our treatments.

We have people tell us that we don’t need medications that help us live and we get told to try changing our diets and exercising more, just like mentally ill people get told. People tell us that they are tired of us being sick all the time or about us talking about being sick. People don’t want to go out with us because they are afraid our illnesses will flare and they’ll be in a bad position. People get angry that we get sick and have to take leaves of absence from school or work and tell us we should just quit. I’ve heard nearly every one of those quotes up there turned around on me or friends of mine in regards to our chronic illnesses. And for protections in schools or work? I have protections for my school work due to my disabilities. Doesn’t mean teachers are always understanding and that they don’t grade me more harshly or refuse to let me make up assignments I missed because I was too ill to get to campus.

We don’t have ANY sort of goddamned privilege over ANYONE.

And the thing that really, really, REALLY gets me mad, is that most of us who are dealing with physical illnesses are dealing with mental illnesses as a result. We are dealing with anxiety (like about our health), depression (like about what we can’t do because our bodies limit us), AND we are in pain all the damn time. We are dealing with ALL of that. So we’re sitting here and we really, really do understand your frustration and pain about your mental illnesses. We do. But we are also experiencing how fucking awful it is to be physically disabled AND mentally ill at the same time. And now we have to deal with people who are mentally ill but not physically, telling us that we have it made and that society actually treats us well? Fuck that shit cuz it’s not fucking true.

Walk a mile in the shoes of someone who is physically disabled. Actually, you probably COULDN’T because not all of us can walk a mile.

You can accomplish raising awareness and destroying the stigma surrounding mental illness WITHOUT shitting on physically disabled people in the process.

Oh and let me note. If any of this is confusing or jumbled, it’s because I’m dealing with really severe brain fog right now that I don’t know the cause of but it’s likely some physical issue. But I can’t very well tell this to a teacher, “Oh grade me less harshly because I can hardly form coherent sentences.”

This text accurately describes my opinion about this campaign.

Once you have had the.. Pleasure. Of dealing with a company that refuses to give you time off to recover from surgery that helps alleviate complications and chronic pain a particular disease gives you, you really start to notice that there is absolutely NO priviledge or compassion given to those who suffer every day with chronic physical illnesses. I was told I could just call in every day and hope that I wasn’t fired because they didn’t believe my surgery would require much recovering. Try being rushed from work to the ER because your blood sugar hits so low that you pass out and then being coached and almost fired two days later because you missed work that day, all because a coworker refuses to cover your break while you were crashing. Please stop shitting on chronic physical illnesses to get your campaign across, because all it does is make you look like an asshole.

Also, if you would do your research, you would find that chronic illnesses and depression/anxiety go hand in hand with one another. Double whammy’s are always fun, eh? So no, there is no magical priviledge that one has over the other. They both fucking suck and make life absolutely miserable.

People with “physical” chronic illnesses and disabilities (such as myself) do get these things said to/about us, all the fucking time!

(Source: midnightcode, via foreveracomiclover)

— 3 months ago with 232833 notes

in the shower

me:that's not quite hot enough let me just turn it up to boiling lava.
me:yes good i shall bathe in the waters of mordor.
me:why do we have like 25 different kinds of shampoo?
me:i'ma read the back of this.
me:lather, rinse, repeat?
me:why do i have to repeat is your product so shitty it didn't work the first time?
me:hold the fuck up i have to write fanfic in my head real quick.
me:if water is a renewable resource does that mean every celebrity i've ever loved has showered in this same water before?
me:eheheheheheheheheheh.
me:but you didn't have to cUT ME OFF.
me:did i already wash my hair?
me:i think i did but i don't remember.
me:i'ma do it again.
me:FUCK I REPEATED.
me:well played, pantene pro-v. WELL PLAYED
me:i wonder what it's like to have sex in the shower.
me:i bet it's awkward.
me:i bet a lot of injuries happen that way.
me:okay time to get out.
me:
me:
me:where the fuck is my towel.
— 3 months ago with 422958 notes

beammeupmyspookydoctor:

beammeupmyspookydoctor:

beammeupmyspookydoctor:

beammeupmyspookydoctor:

beammeupmyspookydoctor:

Ugh my watch broke and now my wrist feels naked and I do not like it

I kept looking at my wrist expecting to see a watch ugh

i’m drowning it in super glue to try and fix it ugh

i fixed it as much as i’m going to be able to for now yay

I accidentally glued my watch to my wrist as a result of this omfg

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— 3 months ago with 899 notes
cassjaytuck:

ninjaticsart:

drawn from memory after watching the hobbit

no

cassjaytuck:

ninjaticsart:

drawn from memory after watching the hobbit

no

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— 3 months ago with 48828 notes