I know I’m neverrrrrrr on here anymore, but just in case anyone wanted to love me.
What the fuck was with Jennifer holy shit
okay, but in missouri, panera isn’t called panera, it’s called st. louis bread company, so. it’s based out of st. louis and everyone calls it “bread co.”
Who the hell came up with… PT’s isn’t a fast food. It’s a bar with bar food. Not even remotely fast food. (I guess we don’t really have any homegrown fast food chains so that’s why that was chosen???? Idk but it is not right.)
I guess I should explain why I have been so out of sorts for, well, months now. If anyone has even noticed. I don’t even use my Tumblr much anymore, for loads of reasons, but it’s better than explaining it on Twitter.
Warning, the following contains TMI about my ladybusiness…
So, Kacey (@regularvowel) recently found some Christmas cards from 2010 that she didn’t send (sealed & addressed even!). And I INSISTED that she ABSOLUTELY had to send me mine. And it arrived!
Look at 2010-us. So innocent then. We had really only known each other for like 8 months at the time. Now we’re all old and cynical and shit.
the only photoset that matters anymore: tyler posey and quvenzhane wallis at variety’s power of youth event, 7/27/13
UMMMMMMM DID THEY JUST BOTH SHOW UP AND MAKE EYE CONTACT AND DECIDE “WE ARE BEST FRIENDS!!!!!!!!!! LET’S HANG OUT FOR 9 HOURS DOING EVERYTHING TOGETHER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!”
Well, it’s official that Cory Monteith’s death was caused by drugs and alcohol. This means the internet will now be flooded with morons saying how he “deserved” it or he’s a “bad person” or an “idiot” or other terrible things that are always said when a young celebrity dies of addiction. So many people have absolutely no idea what it’s like to struggle with addiction or to have a loved one who is an addict. Being an addict does not mean you are bad or stupid or that you deserve to die because of your mistakes. It means you are troubled and sick. Many people are able to overcome their addictions but their struggles aren’t something that ever leave them. Many others are never able to overcome it and it does not make it less sad when they lose their life to it. By all accounts, Monteith seemed like a good-hearted talented guy with a lot of people who adored him and who was struggling to fight his addiction, but none of that matters when you have a disease. It’s sad, and it will always be sad, and his struggles with addiction should never take away from the good things he did in his short life.
If you have never struggled with an addiction or had someone very close to you struggle, then you are very lucky. It is a terrible thing that destroys families and ruins lives. You can have all the advantages in the world and addiction will not care, it will still destroy you and hurt the people you love. So please don’t judge someone for the manner in which they died. Overdoses are usually the result of a terrible mistake because a person who is an addict cannot always make the same kind of judgment calls that the rest of us can. I don’t presume to know what was going on in Cory Monteith’s heart and mind, but it’s doubtful that his intentions were to leave his family and friends this way. That’s just not how it works.
so i’m watching Sharknado on my DVR and suddenly i get a flash flood warning. a real one. GET TO HIGHER GROUND, THE SHARKS ARE A-COMIN’
Don’t get attached to unpopular ships because you will run out of fic and die
meanwhile in england
- i am in a dress
- everybody you talk to opens conversation with ‘FUCK it’s hot’
- there are three hour long traffic jams for the beach
- everybody not at the beach is at home wailing that it’s too damn hot
- the shops have sold out of hair removal cream
it is 28°C how do you people do this ‘heat’ thing
americans laughing in the distance
it was legit 118° F here last week. i wanna say ‘fuck off’ but i can’t muster the energy because the heat has destroyed all of my cells.