wolverrine:

not everyone who unfollows over sj stuff unfollows because they disagree with it? a lot of the topics that social justice deals with can be extremely emotionally exhausting and for some people can cause or increase anxiety and so on. there are people who, understandably, can’t deal with a lot of those kinds of things. don’t you fucking dare call people “trash” for trying to take care of themselves and for putting their own mental health first

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humorinrecovery:

Super incredibly maddening thing about mental illness:

Fighting your ass off to live a normal life and function as well as you can, and instead of getting credit and having people be proud of you for all the efforts you’re making, having people use your apparently normal behavior as a reason to invalidate you and think you weren’t that sick to begin with.

It takes a lot of badassery to act this normal, but the effort is all invisible 

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copequinn:

  • people who are gay can be assholes
  • people with eating disorders can be assholes
  • people with mental disorders can be assholes
  • people who self harm can be assholes
  • people who are disabled can be assholes
  • people who have diseases can be assholes

do not excuse people for being assholes because something is wrong with them or have a hard life

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yoshiofyellow:

nattygism:

hashtagbootyswag:

nattygism:

Hannah wants a random story ok, here I go.

When I was in 5th grade (and pretty much til highschool) I was this huge book nerd and we had this reading program called Accelerated Reading (AR) where you read books, took a quiz, and got points to spend in a little store once you had enough. Well I remember I took on reading the 4th Harry Potter book during Christmas Break (bc seriously have you seen the size of it, fuck me) and I came back and took the quiz and aced it to get my 30 something points

And my classmates were all you cheated and had the book when you took the quiz!!” and I was just like “don’t be jealous that you can’t read a 400000000 page book and ace a quiz on it”

moral of this story is that I got a paper award for being a book nerd at the end of 5th grade and not even my bestie in highschool (who graduated with a 4.0 from both highschool and college and is a huge book nerd) got that award

me

the bigger moral of this story is a million years later and I can’t even sit down and read an article lmfao what happened

Yayyyyyy!!! Story time with NattyG is my favorite!!!

If it makes your feel better, the AR program was a huge motivation for me to read the American Girl series and the Nancy Drew series pretty religiously. And now I barely remember those stories. But I do remember checking out a book on basic karate and feeling like the biggest rebel ever because yo, I learned the stance. #bamf

I think I read all of the Little House on the Prairie books. I read a couple of the AG books. I remember the girl who lived in Hawaii?????? I think. I think there was one. I swear there was.

I remember making the librarian sweep the library for the 2nd Harry Potter book. I think it was like a 30 minute process and I showed back up to class that much later satisified.

I remember doing AR in school too. I was pretty hooked on the Magic Tree House series back then. Those books were so awesome, I still have really fond memories of them.

There was also one time when I was younger and trying to take an AR test and really had to pee. Me being a young child I was stupid at decision making and I tried to stay there to finish the test because it had a time limit.

Needless to say that wasn’t a good day.

Why did I just share that embarrassing story?

man it must be a GA school program if everybody had AR in their school

I think I remember that series!!!!! there was also this series about kids who lived in a box car or some shit my third grade teacher used to read to us

I don’t remember bc I was too busy trying to understand this kid’s Pokemon booklet that came from his game and how can I get it too (Also Laura Ingalls Wilder bc that’s what I read back then)

HANNAH WANTS ANOTHER confirmed on twitter, haters to the left

so you wanna know how much I love making up AUs????

hey I hurd u liek AUs

I spent my day thinking up one where for Bioshock Infinite where Booker’s a serial killer. instead of moping for 2343524751428 years for being the Worst Parent Ever, his mental health dived the OTHER direction.

if you ever wanted to know. I watch a lot of Criminal Minds and CSI. Cold Case. CSI NY. NCIS. crime shows.

also the Transformers AU Tiya and I have worked on for 5ever has……….2 AUs that branch off of it??? (AU of an AU), and then I think there’s maybe 2 more that are just AUs of the general characters we chose in different settings. (cus there’s that 1940s one. and that 1920s one.)

(and the main TF AU is the one where Everybody Dies and Nobody’s Happy, and the other two is a gender swap and one where Nobody Dies and Everybody’s Happy Kinda. it’s complicated????? all of it is just reference on top of reference)

let’s not talk about my roleplay AUs. shhhhhhhh

hashtagbootyswag:

nattygism:

Hannah wants a random story ok, here I go.

When I was in 5th grade (and pretty much til highschool) I was this huge book nerd and we had this reading program called Accelerated Reading (AR) where you read books, took a quiz, and got points to spend in a little store once you had enough. Well I remember I took on reading the 4th Harry Potter book during Christmas Break (bc seriously have you seen the size of it, fuck me) and I came back and took the quiz and aced it to get my 30 something points

And my classmates were all you cheated and had the book when you took the quiz!!” and I was just like “don’t be jealous that you can’t read a 400000000 page book and ace a quiz on it”

moral of this story is that I got a paper award for being a book nerd at the end of 5th grade and not even my bestie in highschool (who graduated with a 4.0 from both highschool and college and is a huge book nerd) got that award

me

the bigger moral of this story is a million years later and I can’t even sit down and read an article lmfao what happened

Yayyyyyy!!! Story time with NattyG is my favorite!!!

If it makes your feel better, the AR program was a huge motivation for me to read the American Girl series and the Nancy Drew series pretty religiously. And now I barely remember those stories. But I do remember checking out a book on basic karate and feeling like the biggest rebel ever because yo, I learned the stance. #bamf

I think I read all of the Little House on the Prairie books. I read a couple of the AG books. I remember the girl who lived in Hawaii?????? I think. I think there was one. I swear there was.

I remember making the librarian sweep the library for the 2nd Harry Potter book. I think it was like a 30 minute process and I showed back up to class that much later satisified.

Hannah wants a random story ok, here I go.

When I was in 5th grade (and pretty much til highschool) I was this huge book nerd and we had this reading program called Accelerated Reading (AR) where you read books, took a quiz, and got points to spend in a little store once you had enough. Well I remember I took on reading the 4th Harry Potter book during Christmas Break (bc seriously have you seen the size of it, fuck me) and I came back and took the quiz and aced it to get my 30 something points

And my classmates were all you cheated and had the book when you took the quiz!!” and I was just like “don’t be jealous that you can’t read a 400000000 page book and ace a quiz on it”

moral of this story is that I got a paper award for being a book nerd at the end of 5th grade and not even my bestie in highschool (who graduated with a 4.0 from both highschool and college and is a huge book nerd) got that award

me

the bigger moral of this story is a million years later and I can’t even sit down and read an article lmfao what happened

so my plan to be chatty on twitter til my bad mood backed off has back fired on me bc

now I can’t shut the fuck up.

I’m 2 seconds away from telling you all random stories until I go to bed.

bendaroo:

too-awkward-to-function:

thisprincess-is-a-lovatic:

bewilden:

fileformat:

how are these people not dead

Oh he can eat plastic bags and the other lady can eat drywall, but if I want to enjoy some fucking cookie dough I’ll get salmonella and die

lets not forget about the woman that ate rocks her whole life 

HOW THE FUCK DO YOU START AN ADDICTION TO THIS SHIT

This is called pica and it’s an eating/obsessive compulsive disorder characterized by craving and eating non-food, non-nutritious objects. I was diagnosed with pica in 4th grade and with therapy and medical help, I am living a normal, healthy life while dealing with my disorder. The people you often see eating strange objects on My Strange Addiction are extreme, exceptional cases and they should be given psychiatric and medical attention instead of being broadcast on TV and treated like freaks.

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make me choose — chignonesque asked: rosalind or robert lutece

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oh thanks for that youtube

the ONLY non-live version of this cover and you slapped copyright on it

do you understand how much I hate live versions of songs

thinking about just going and watching my CSI seasons until it’s time for bed (bc my satellite box died?????)

feeling crummy tonight, bluuuuh.