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AldenRants 39-50 @Jcd2703 asked me to rant about people who make fun of millennials! Am I biased in this argument because I am myself a millennial *entire Victorian-style ballroom attendance gasps in dismay* or am I prejudiced because I can also be annoyed by millennials?? LET'S JUST ASSUME THEY CANCEL EACH OTHER OUT SO WE CAN GET ON WITH THIS. Literally every argument I've heard against the millennial mentality has either been hypocritical or ignorant. Not gonna lie, when I hear somebody tell me, "These kids today listening to their terrible music and reminiscing about things in their childhood," my initial thought is, "Oh, fuck yeah, you tell it like it is granny," but then it dawns on me on how that has always been a thing for people to do. NOBODY HAS EVER ESCAPED THE CLUTCHES OF BEING INTOLERABLE THROUGHOUT GROWING UP. THE TWIST BY CHUBBY CHECKER IS UNEQUIVOCALLY THE 1960s EQUIVALENT TO WATCH ME (WHIP-NAENAE.) "Only 90's Kids will remember this" AND "Back in my day-" IN CONTEXT ARE THE EXACT SAME THING. In a way we're alllll just millennials on different stages of life: molody-of-the-sea luluboolovesyou: iimogen: Cape Point, South Africa Where tho Indian and Atlantic Ocean meot This amazos me. Wow、 Woah... been right at this point This reminds me of MarioKart and you drove off into the water and then you hit the darker blue water and you were basically fucked and had to give your coins to that creepy flying turtle thing. two kinds of people AldenRants 39-50 @Jcd2703 asked me to rant about people who make fun of millennials! Am I biased in this argument because I am myself a millennial *entire Victorian-style ballroom attendance gasps in dismay* or am I prejudiced because I can also be annoyed by millennials?? LET'S JUST ASSUME THEY CANCEL EACH OTHER OUT SO WE CAN GET ON WITH THIS. Literally every argument I've heard against the millennial mentality has either been hypocritical or ignorant. Not gonna lie, when I hear somebody tell me, "These kids today listening to their terrible music and reminiscing about things in their childhood," my initial thought is, "Oh, fuck yeah, you tell it like it is granny," but then it dawns on me on how that has always been a thing for people to do. NOBODY HAS EVER ESCAPED THE CLUTCHES OF BEING INTOLERABLE THROUGHOUT GROWING UP. THE TWIST BY CHUBBY CHECKER IS UNEQUIVOCALLY THE 1960s EQUIVALENT TO WATCH ME (WHIP-NAENAE.) "Only 90's Kids will remember this" AND "Back in my day-" IN CONTEXT ARE THE EXACT SAME THING. In a way we're alllll just millennials on different stages of life
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Via @conscious_collective Many of us spend a majority of our time and energy in the prison of our mental narration. The mind is constantly analyzing, discriminating, labeling, judging, planning, reminiscing, fantasizing, and defining its experience. This happens because the mind consists of memory, of habits, and of information it has accumulated from the past. The mind compares what is new and unknown with what is old and known. It feels safe when it knows because then it has a sense of security and control. The mind fears the unknown for it cannot be controlled, predicted, defined, or conceptualized. In silence, reality is as it is. It is ultimately unknowable. It is beyond language, beyond conceptualization, and beyond definition. The mind is afraid of silence, and will resist silence at any cost. You can notice this in your own mind as it disturbs any silent moment with some random thought to fill the void. The problem with allowing the mind to run on auto pilot is that it causes us to be trapped by its endless mental chatter, which distracts us from the reality of life happening within and around us. When we quiet the mind (which usually requires at least some amount of training) we are opened up to what is, and what is is beyond all conceptualization. It is not static, dead, and knowable. It is unknowable, for it is alive, it is always changing, always moving and transforming. When you allow yourself to be in the silence, to flow with the change of life, and to trust the unknown, you open yourself to the whole of existence, instead of living confined to your individual mind-body. Life is beyond the mind, and the mind is a beautiful tool, but it is not meant to be your master. Allow the mind to quiet, so that you may be free of the suffering it creates and may find the peace and joy that comes from opening yourself up to what is. πŸ‘ awakespiritual spiritual silence: Be the silent watcher of your thoughts and behavior. You are beneath the thinker. You are the stillness beneath the mental noise. You are the love and joy beneath the Pain. Eckhart Tolle a r Via @conscious_collective Many of us spend a majority of our time and energy in the prison of our mental narration. The mind is constantly analyzing, discriminating, labeling, judging, planning, reminiscing, fantasizing, and defining its experience. This happens because the mind consists of memory, of habits, and of information it has accumulated from the past. The mind compares what is new and unknown with what is old and known. It feels safe when it knows because then it has a sense of security and control. The mind fears the unknown for it cannot be controlled, predicted, defined, or conceptualized. In silence, reality is as it is. It is ultimately unknowable. It is beyond language, beyond conceptualization, and beyond definition. The mind is afraid of silence, and will resist silence at any cost. You can notice this in your own mind as it disturbs any silent moment with some random thought to fill the void. The problem with allowing the mind to run on auto pilot is that it causes us to be trapped by its endless mental chatter, which distracts us from the reality of life happening within and around us. When we quiet the mind (which usually requires at least some amount of training) we are opened up to what is, and what is is beyond all conceptualization. It is not static, dead, and knowable. It is unknowable, for it is alive, it is always changing, always moving and transforming. When you allow yourself to be in the silence, to flow with the change of life, and to trust the unknown, you open yourself to the whole of existence, instead of living confined to your individual mind-body. Life is beyond the mind, and the mind is a beautiful tool, but it is not meant to be your master. Allow the mind to quiet, so that you may be free of the suffering it creates and may find the peace and joy that comes from opening yourself up to what is. πŸ‘ awakespiritual spiritual silence

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The stages of modern love are a wonderful thing, lemme splain you: (1) Curiosity. "Wow, I wonder what this person is in to. Are they a freak? Nahhhhh too prim and proper to be a freak. What? U want me to slap u? Like on the face? People do that shit? πŸ€” God damn she a freak ... for real 😍" (2) Love. "I think I love this freak 😻." (3) True love. "I wanna grow old with this freak. Like we could smash whilst leaning on walkers that have them tennis balls on the bottom πŸ€—." (4) Arguments. Arguments when bored. Arguments about anything. Arguments about arguments. "I hate how u argue when we argue, all argumentatively ... witchoe ARGUMENTATIVE ASS." (5) Break-up. "Imma find happiness elsewhere. She a freak and I love her but my heart can't take this shit." (6) Questioning. "What if I was meant to grow old with this freak? Maybe this shit was meant to be and I fucked it up...will I ever find another freak on this level of freaky that understands my freakiness(?) πŸ˜•" (7) Realizing. "God put this freak in my life for a reason, it jus wasn't meant to be. All love to them." Or: "Bruh. I don't even remotely fuck with this person. Like not on any level. Matter fact, how did I EVER fuck with this person? I think I was blinded by the freakiness, to the point where I didn't realize that the sea is full of freaks 🐬. Smfh at my lookin ass..." Listen here, Mr. or Mrs. Lookin Ass. U out now. U free. U learnt. U grew. U done picked up a sexual technique or three [Editor's Note: DO NOT START SLAPPING PEOPLE SAYING SMASH APPROVED. I WILL NOT BE THERE TO BAIL YO STUPID ASS OUT. πŸ˜‚]. The person was a low key blessing or the person was in your life to troll u like them lil ass troll dolls with the spiky blue hair and the cute butt but u know what? U got to step 7. That shit is a blessing. A lot of people get stuck at step 6, that purgatory of self-doubt and reminiscing on a toxic ex. If u graduated to step 7? Pat yourself on the back, Bruh. U glo'd the fuck up. Be thankful. Bless up πŸ˜πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚: My heart just melted. Dr Smashlove The stages of modern love are a wonderful thing, lemme splain you: (1) Curiosity. "Wow, I wonder what this person is in to. Are they a freak? Nahhhhh too prim and proper to be a freak. What? U want me to slap u? Like on the face? People do that shit? πŸ€” God damn she a freak ... for real 😍" (2) Love. "I think I love this freak 😻." (3) True love. "I wanna grow old with this freak. Like we could smash whilst leaning on walkers that have them tennis balls on the bottom πŸ€—." (4) Arguments. Arguments when bored. Arguments about anything. Arguments about arguments. "I hate how u argue when we argue, all argumentatively ... witchoe ARGUMENTATIVE ASS." (5) Break-up. "Imma find happiness elsewhere. She a freak and I love her but my heart can't take this shit." (6) Questioning. "What if I was meant to grow old with this freak? Maybe this shit was meant to be and I fucked it up...will I ever find another freak on this level of freaky that understands my freakiness(?) πŸ˜•" (7) Realizing. "God put this freak in my life for a reason, it jus wasn't meant to be. All love to them." Or: "Bruh. I don't even remotely fuck with this person. Like not on any level. Matter fact, how did I EVER fuck with this person? I think I was blinded by the freakiness, to the point where I didn't realize that the sea is full of freaks 🐬. Smfh at my lookin ass..." Listen here, Mr. or Mrs. Lookin Ass. U out now. U free. U learnt. U grew. U done picked up a sexual technique or three [Editor's Note: DO NOT START SLAPPING PEOPLE SAYING SMASH APPROVED. I WILL NOT BE THERE TO BAIL YO STUPID ASS OUT. πŸ˜‚]. The person was a low key blessing or the person was in your life to troll u like them lil ass troll dolls with the spiky blue hair and the cute butt but u know what? U got to step 7. That shit is a blessing. A lot of people get stuck at step 6, that purgatory of self-doubt and reminiscing on a toxic ex. If u graduated to step 7? Pat yourself on the back, Bruh. U glo'd the fuck up. Be thankful. Bless up πŸ˜πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
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Last year, I told myself that I'd be so fit and in shape for the vacation I just got back from. My friend tagged me in some pictures we took this past weekend, and I ALMOST untagged myself. Lol but then I was like, Why?? This is me in this very moment; Smiling and having tons of fun!! 20 years from now, I won't be thinking about the cellulite in my legs or the pooch in my stomach. We will be reminiscing on all the FUN and great times we had together!! So with that being said, there is NO such thing as a "bikini body". There are bikinis and there are bodies, and they can coexist together no matter WHAT you look like. Stay positive, Beauties!! And Happy Hump Day 😘 (Besides, I think the dimples in my lower back are so freaking cute lol): Last year, I told myself that I'd be so fit and in shape for the vacation I just got back from. My friend tagged me in some pictures we took this past weekend, and I ALMOST untagged myself. Lol but then I was like, Why?? This is me in this very moment; Smiling and having tons of fun!! 20 years from now, I won't be thinking about the cellulite in my legs or the pooch in my stomach. We will be reminiscing on all the FUN and great times we had together!! So with that being said, there is NO such thing as a "bikini body". There are bikinis and there are bodies, and they can coexist together no matter WHAT you look like. Stay positive, Beauties!! And Happy Hump Day 😘 (Besides, I think the dimples in my lower back are so freaking cute lol)

Last year, I told myself that I'd be so fit and in shape for the vacation I just got back from. My friend tagged me in some pictures we t...

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Found my old "before pic" swimsuit in my drawer tonight and had a moment of reminiscing (after many safety pins were involved to hold it up πŸ˜‚). I remember how I felt taking that before pic. I swore NO HUMAN would ever see it. I haaated it. But I wanted to be able to watch my progress. Never did I think I would succeed. I failed many, MANY times. But I learned that no matter what: YOU CANNOT QUIT. You MUST persist until you succeed. No matter what the scale says, no matter what society says-you can have ANY kind of life that you choose to create. Please, PLEASE-don't give up on you. ❀️ @weightlosshero __________________________ For Shoutouts-Fitness Program-Fat Burner details Click on the link in our profile @HowToTransform .: L544 444 46 Found my old "before pic" swimsuit in my drawer tonight and had a moment of reminiscing (after many safety pins were involved to hold it up πŸ˜‚). I remember how I felt taking that before pic. I swore NO HUMAN would ever see it. I haaated it. But I wanted to be able to watch my progress. Never did I think I would succeed. I failed many, MANY times. But I learned that no matter what: YOU CANNOT QUIT. You MUST persist until you succeed. No matter what the scale says, no matter what society says-you can have ANY kind of life that you choose to create. Please, PLEASE-don't give up on you. ❀️ @weightlosshero __________________________ For Shoutouts-Fitness Program-Fat Burner details Click on the link in our profile @HowToTransform .

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A 92-year-old veteran is heartbroken after three of his American flags and a U.S. Navy flag were burned to ashes. William Barclay says he went outside to let his dog go to the bathroom Wednesday morning when he noticed his U.S. Navy flag was burned to ashes and one of his American flags was in shreds. He also saw the two American flags flying on his car were burnt to ashes too. "I picked up the flag like this and I said what the heck? What happened to my flag?" Barclay was drafted into the Navy when he was 18 years old. He was a Signalman during World War II. That meant he was responsible for all messages via the American flag on his ship, the USS Stockdale. "I handled the flag the whole two years I was there," he said. Barclay's time served in the Navy explains why he flies his flags so high and why they mean so much to him. He can't understand why someone would burn them. "What I'm mad about is all I went through with this American flag on my ship and then I come home and put it up and somebody does this to me." Methods of leftist activists, who are likely to blame for the epidemic of flag arsons, are very reminiscent of the actions of Nazi stormtroopers, who also looted shops, burned cars and flags. The main aim of the Left is to break the existing system and at any cost to discredit everything that is dear to hearts of all American patriots. The burning of flags can only be stopped by a harsh and inevitable punishment. veteranscomefirst veterans_us Veterans Usveterans veteransUSA SupportVeterans Politics USA America Patriots Gratitude HonorVets thankvets supportourtroops semperfi USMC USCG USAF Navy Army military godblessourmilitary soldier holdthegovernmentaccountable RememberEveryoneDeployed Usflag StarsandStripes: VETERANS COM ERST 92-YEAR-OLD VETERAN'S FLAGS BURNED TO ASHESIN LAS VEGAS LIKE IF YOU WANT THESE BASTARDS DEAD A 92-year-old veteran is heartbroken after three of his American flags and a U.S. Navy flag were burned to ashes. William Barclay says he went outside to let his dog go to the bathroom Wednesday morning when he noticed his U.S. Navy flag was burned to ashes and one of his American flags was in shreds. He also saw the two American flags flying on his car were burnt to ashes too. "I picked up the flag like this and I said what the heck? What happened to my flag?" Barclay was drafted into the Navy when he was 18 years old. He was a Signalman during World War II. That meant he was responsible for all messages via the American flag on his ship, the USS Stockdale. "I handled the flag the whole two years I was there," he said. Barclay's time served in the Navy explains why he flies his flags so high and why they mean so much to him. He can't understand why someone would burn them. "What I'm mad about is all I went through with this American flag on my ship and then I come home and put it up and somebody does this to me." Methods of leftist activists, who are likely to blame for the epidemic of flag arsons, are very reminiscent of the actions of Nazi stormtroopers, who also looted shops, burned cars and flags. The main aim of the Left is to break the existing system and at any cost to discredit everything that is dear to hearts of all American patriots. The burning of flags can only be stopped by a harsh and inevitable punishment. veteranscomefirst veterans_us Veterans Usveterans veteransUSA SupportVeterans Politics USA America Patriots Gratitude HonorVets thankvets supportourtroops semperfi USMC USCG USAF Navy Army military godblessourmilitary soldier holdthegovernmentaccountable RememberEveryoneDeployed Usflag StarsandStripes
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