Goddamnit, you guys. I’m selling my last roommate’s furniture because otherwise she would leave it in my apartment for like three more weeks and I can use the money to pay for her half of the year’s internet bills. I put it all up on a Facebook site for my university where people can sell random things. Even though all these people are currently in college, they still HAVE THE GRAMMAR AND MANNERS AND COMMON SENSE OF 7 YEAR OLDS.
Usually when people post what they’re selling, they don’t include any details, hardly ever a picture or even a price. So here I am with like two paragraphs of information for stuff that isn’t even mine, and people STILL ask the same stupid questions! I provided the IKEA series names and they STILL were like “gimme pictures, do the work for us” so I threw up some links in like two seconds and they were happy. Jesus.
I JUST CAN’T HANDLE IT. WHERE DID YOU GUYS COME FROM? GO BACK THERE or buy my stuff at full price c’mon one or the other.
So I went onto my balcony since we just brought a really cool table and chairs and the view’s really nice…
but then sat down and realized it’s 10 am and 100 degrees so I went back inside.
Painting a room today, weeeee!
Reblogged from Blog of Lost Things
"Here are women who sing about sex. Sexuality. Contemporary womanhood. Wholeness. Arrival. […] The record dismantles the idea that marriage, commitment, or monogamy ruins one’s sex life. It challenges the notion that a woman’s life should be lead in complete service to her child. This album is widely successful because it makes women feel good about themselves. I can see how that might be confusing for some […] Detractors decried the album’s explicit content in typical "Won’t someone think of the children?" form, seemingly forgetting that the singer is 32 and under no obligation to parent any child but her own. BEYONCÉ introduces Knowles as a sexual being, not a being sexualized by industry. She communicates her proclivities in her own certain terms. And yes, that may sometimes involve a duration on her knees. No, you may not watch." - From Janet to Beyoncé: Why It Matters When Black Women Sing About Sexuality
Reblogged from head filled with elsewhere
— The Diary Of Anais Nin, Volume Two (1934-1939) by Anais Nin (via literarylines)
Reblogged from Truth
The Rethink Homelessness campaign aims to dispel stereotypes and remind us that the circumstances which lead to living on the streets could happen to each and every one of us.
Reblogged from chan-chico
so i was in the bus with this granny by my side when we spotted two girls kissing by the bus stop. the granny turned to me and said “these girls are so pretty. at their age i was pretty ugly. well, maybe that’s why i had to marry a man” i almost died omg
Reblogged from Jonfen.
Vegan Cinnamon Rolls - As Requested!
When I worked in a bakery, one of the baristas would always say she wanted vegan cinnamon rolls because we made standard ones every day. I always told her there’s pretty much no such thing, or if there were they would just suck and it wouldn’t be worth it. I stand by that even though it’s staring me in the face. Some things should just be left alone.