8 o’clock Monday night and I’m waiting… To finally talk to a guy a little cooler than me. His name is Adam he’s a gamer with a nose ring. He has a “MacBook” but I’m not quite sure what that means… and when he walks! All the wind blows and the angels sing. But he’ll never notice me. Cuz he’s watching PornHub, jizzing over hot girls, listening to house music, trying hard to save the world. It’s like a bad movie, he’s looking through me. If you were me then you’d be screaming “someone shoot me!” As I fail miserably trying to get the guy all the bad girls want
Anonymous asked: Then why did you repost it :/
I didn’t know I was breaking any rules. I’m sorry :( Today I learned…
Anonymous asked: You stole the naruto/bondocks comparison gif
I didn’t say it was mine
It is kind of a double-standard how some men assume women cannot take higher roles in politics, etc. because they think their emotions will cloud their judgement. Yet, ironically, it is the women that they speak to when it comes to protecting themselves against possible rape, sexual harassment, etc. situations. If women cannot make sound decisions because of their “overpowering” emotions, then why is it up to the women to control rape scenarios that are out of their control? Why must the woman dress “appropriately” in order to not call attention to herself? Why must the woman not walk alone at night? Who talks to the men and tells them not to rape people? Aren’t men supposed to be the ones in control of their emotions? So technically, if a man is in power, but a seductress woman interacts with him, then he should okay because he’s in control of himself. Emotions and sexual arousal are natural. Women aren’t as emotion-driven as we are made out to be. And human-beings aren’t savages and should be able to control themselves around sexually stimulating scenarios. I am not trying to sound like a feminist or anything, I just realized this blatant double-standard.
Yes and No are the two most powerful words in your life. They are what brought you to where you are today. It can be from something as mundane as deciding which soup to buy at Panera Bread to deciding whether or not to marry your lover. Yes and No can either take you down one path, or keep you on your current one. Choose wisely my friends.