Can someone help make this happen?
This isn’t Mr. Rogers’ neighborhood.
I’m trying to believe in you, but all these satellites and shattered dreams are blocking out my view.
(Source: poopertricks, via pinkmice)
I feel like I’m grasping for something that was never really there, or in the big spectrum of things was a microfiber in my existence.Is it time to let go? What if that means letting go of a dream?
when somebody whos generally nice gets upset over the smallest thing then its probably because theyre fed up of getting walked all over all the time and having their feelings and belongings disregarded by other people so next time someone flips their shit because you took a piece of their food without asking or wore a piece of their clothing without permission you should probably apologise instead of saying they have a short temper or theyre too dramatic
Made pop punkins with friends. @withthepunchesny and @thestorysofarca
I hate that question. Why do people say “what do you do?” when they really mean “where do you prostitute your time?” Seriously, think about it, that’s really what people mean? Because unless you are one of the very few percent who actually enjoy their job you are prostituting your time. And if you are one of those very few percent, I am genuinely happy and envious of you even if we have never met. Obviously that’s not the most common definition of being a prostitute though, it’s not the first thing you think of when you hear that word, but it is in fact one of the definitions, figurative, but still there.
Think about it, that’s exactly what we are. Another thought, why does “what do you do?” mean “how do you make your money?” I urge everyone when someone asks “what do you do?” to answer with stuff you do. For instance I will answer with “make music poorly in my bedroom that no one ever hears”, or “tweet too much about stuff no one cares about”or “rant on tumblr about obscure questions people ask and their connotations”. Answer as literal as you can, and please remember that “what you do” isn’t nearly as important as who you are.