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Bad, Beard, and Blessed: nOrma1-people-sxare-me A group of rough looking boys walked past me today and all I heard of their conversation was "he's got that anxiety disorder bro so I went with him so he'd be more comfortable and it made me realise the world isn't all that bad fitzefitcher #this is team skull its-just-a-phage The pet store I worked at had a pen with rabbits near the front door. On every side of the pen were huge signs saying You can pet me, but don't pick me up!" One day two absolutely huge guys came in and one immediately reaches into the pen to grab a rabbit. Before i could say anything his friend grabbed his arm and asked him "did you see the sign? He said "yeah! it says that you can pick them up but don't pet them! Then he went quiet for a moment and softly said "l didn't read it right did 1? And his friend just puts his arm on his shoulder and said "its ok, i know you've got that thing where words get mixed up. Let just pet these cute lil shits" And I still haven't gotten over that interaction. flowernstt I was walking my dog through Boston bc he likes the likes car rides. He's a little thing tbh we call him short and long So this huge scary man with a full beard approaches me like "hey can my buddy and I pet your dog? He gets nervous around dogs but your's is so small I think it's a good place to start" Ofc I was like "yes he's very friendly!" So this guy brings his equally big friend over and they sit on the floor while this man looks terrified of my tiny dog so big man number one asks "can I pick him up?" And i say yes so he picks him up and puts him on man number two's lap and man number two is abt to freak out and his friend straight up just goes "hey man, it's okay just relax lI'd never let anything hurt you. He's a good boy." I'll never forget it ever bc I know that man looked at me (5'3, glasses, probably wearing a sweater vest) and my dog (kinda goofy looking little thing) and was like 'ah yes the two least intimidating living things l've seen in Boston all day he'll feel relaxed around them and went out of his way to help his friend. It makes me so happy anotherdayforchaosfay My husband had this Dungeons and Dragons group ages ago, and one of the guys was TERRIFIED of cats. The moment he sees one he freezes up and can barely breathe. Said guy is almost seven feet tall and solid wall of muscle Whenever he came over l'd put the cats in the bedroom and chill out with a book because my cats don't like being shut away without one of us One of my cats was pawing at the door and meowing loudly, an indication she REALLY needs to use the litter box. I let her out and decide, hey, I'm hungry and decide to the kitchen. I forgot to shut the bedroom door. Next thing I hear is the group going completely silent. My husband very calmly asks me to come over and help him gather our two cats up. I go over to where the group is and my black cat, Cacoa, is rubbing up against the guy's leg purring, and doing her "let me on your lap meow. The other cat, Jasper, is sitting at the window, chilling out. I go over and pick up Cacoa and tell the big dude she's harmless, loves laps, and would be thrilled if he pet her. Very slowly he touches my cat's face, and she leans right into his hand. He then pets her back and sighs because she's really soft and purring like mad. After a few minutes he asks how to pick her up and if it's okay if she sits on his lap He spent the next six hours spoiling my cat. The next week he showed up with cat treats and toys because he fell in love with the cats. He told me he was doing some research on house cats, and even talked to a vet about them. A couple months later he adopted two cats and was as thrilled and excited as a new parent. ruffboijuliaburnsides Oh no a new one!!! jack-the-lion Blessed post. anaalihelmisimpukka I used to work at this stable for icelandic horses and every now and then this man would turn up by the field to just watch the horses. One time I walked by him as I was going to get the horses inside, and he went "I always wanted to learn how to ride but I'm afraid of horses because they're so huge. If I could ride ponies like this, maybe I'd dare but now I'm too big and heavy for them." You should have seen his face when I told them that actually they're not ponies, just small horses and they could totally carry him. His face just lit up. Next thing I'm helping him to get on back. Today he knows how to ride Source:nOrma1-people-sxare-me 935,955 notes A classic collection of feel good stories (with new additions)
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Ass, Bad, and College: Anonymous 12/01/18(Sat)06:19:39 No.49597417 parents spent most of childhood fighting dad was alwavs pissed >has a shitty fucking sense of humour ("haha I'm gonna beat you if you dont this and this") vividly remember getting slapped hard as fuck while we were taking a walk and I decided to skip was maybe 6 years old >broke my toys >mother never did anything says she's always there for me and the only one who actually acknowledged that their long ass divorce could possibly be a really shitty experience for me lies and manipulates people cheated on my dad when I was 9 took the money I got for birthdays and didn't give it back >dad's gf is actually kinda alright >she relays every thing i say to my dad or grandparents though tells me I'm indecent and rude when I curl up on a chair while at grandma's house extremely concerned about how other's view her typical woman.jpg have a family they all hate me because of my mum the only family member I truly love and would miss if they were gone is my aunt whom I see 1-2 a year just wanna get a well-paying and fulfilling job and move far away from all of the bullshit Anonymous 12/01/18(Sat)05:50:32 No.49597109 2/3 got accepted to good college >mom immediately thought that I would go on a drug/drink/sex bender and get into trouble >demand I install tracking software for the smart phone she gave me "how can I trust you after all you did to me in high school?!" largely "encouraged" to choose a particular engineering major extended family, particularly mom's side, made very clear to me the consequences for changing majors, that it would be held over my head for the rest of my life (they did it to cousin) >went there felt freedom for the first time in my life did not drug/drink/sex bender or get into trouble still maintained good grades throughout (dropped only 1 class, A's and B's in a very competitive program while taking a minor and premed courses) develop some of my own non-academic interests and hobbies which family grudgingly accepted (though still to this day try to pressure me to sell it all o stupidest thing I did was ask out high school oneitis, who proceeded to use my crime against me as a cheap way to gain connections for the rest of the 4 years nearly dropped out of major over that only thing that stopped me was seeing that it would take 5 years to graduate, and that it would be impossible to explain to family heartbreak is temporary, family is forever amirite? >powered through major despite slowly dying every day surrounded by people who hated me with no way out >family never knevw constant pressure destroyed me slowly: I'm surel have an undiagnosed anxiety disorder graduated get rejected by every medical program in the country >by this time mom cut connections with family who had always been treating her like shit thought things would get better, at least at home Anonymous 12/01/18(Sat)06:03:04 No.49597258 3/3 forced to take job at shithole startup witnessed and experienced unbelievable shit: racism, sexism, and just plain cruelty from rich degenerates playing company >mom never believed me when I explained thought I was exagerating, and would gaslight me even in middle of conversation >to this day I still hear "it's not that bad" when l make the mistake of talking about what happened over there I have since changed jobs and am still working on my ultimate goal, but I'm more of a wreck than l ever was. Thanks to being berated by my parents for being ungrateful, and constantly having to jump through a million hoops to try to win some love I'm extremely emotionally needy, especially towards women I percieve as mothering figures. It's to the point where I'm pushing away a formerly close friend and mentor who had been extremely kind to me The worst thing is that through all this, my mom (and probably nearly everyone else) is going to say it's all my fault for not being "strong" or independent" enough. For example a few weeks ago I was stupid enough to tell my mom how I hated how her relatives coerced me so hard into staying in my major, even when my heart and brain were both begging to be allowed to run, when they probably couldn't even tell me what my degree was in, and this made me too scared to leave since l feared a trickle down punishment from her. She told me l "stayed in there for myself" and it was all on me since "it's not [herl style" to directly confront others (although I have witnessed this several times). I have to keep pretending everything is alright though it is getting harder every day. There's nobody I can talk to about this: after all, who would believe me? Anon has a bad childhood
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Bad, Beard, and Comfortable: nOrma1-people-sxare-me A group of rough looking boys walked past me today and all I heard of their conversation was "he's got that anxiety disorder bro so I went with him so he'd be more comfortable" and it made me realise the world isn't all that bad fitzefitcher #this is team skull its-just-a-phage The pet store I worked at had a pen with rabbits near the front door. On every side of the pen were huge signs saying "You can pet me, but don't pick me up!" One day two absolutely huge guys came in and one immediately reaches into the pen to grab a rabbit. Before i could say anything his friend grabbed his arm and asked him "did you see the sign?" He said "yeah! it says that you can pick them up but don't pet them!" Then he went quiet for a moment and softly said "I didn't read it right did I?" And his friend just puts his arm on his shoulder and said "its ok, i know you've got that thing where words get mixed up. Let just pet these cute lil shits" And I still haven't gotten over that interaction. flowernstt I was walking my dog through Boston bc he likes the likes car rides. He's a little thing tbh we call him short and long So this huge scary man with a full beard approaches me like "hey can my buddy and I pet your dog? He gets nervous around dogs but your's is so small I think it's a good place to start." Ofc I was like "yes he's very friendly!" So this guy brings his equally big friend over and they sit on the floor while this man looks terrified of my tiny dog so big man number one asks "canl pick him up?" And i say yes so he picks him up and puts him on man number two's lap and man number two is abt to freak out and his friend straight up just goes "hey man, it's okay just relax I'd never let anything hurt you. He'sa good boy." I'll never forget it ever bcI know that man looked at me (5'3, glasses, probably wearing a sweater vest) and my dog (kinda goofy looking little thing) and was like 'ah ves the two least intimidating living things I've seen in Boston all day he'll feel relaxed around them and went out of his way to help his friend. It makes me so happy wholesome stories
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Bad, Beard, and Comfortable: nOrma1-people-sxare-me A group of rough looking boys walked past me today and all I heard of their conversation was "he's got that anxiety disorder bro so I went with him so he'd be more comfortable" and it made me realise the world isn't all that bad fitzefitcher #this is team skull its-just-a-phage The pet store I worked at had a pen with rabbits near the front door. On every side of the pen were huge signs saying "You can pet me, but don't pick me up!" One day two absolutely huge guys came in and one immediately reaches into the pen to grab a rabbit. Before i could say anything his friend grabbed his arm and asked him "did you see the sign?" He said "yeah! it says that you can pick them up but don't pet them!" Then he went quiet for a moment and softly said "I didn't read it right did I?" And his friend just puts his arm on his shoulder and said "its ok, i know you've got that thing where words get mixed up. Let just pet these cute lil shits" And I still haven't gotten over that interaction. flowernstt I was walking my dog through Boston bc he likes the likes car rides. He's a little thing tbh we call him short and long So this huge scary man with a full beard approaches me like "hey can my buddy and I pet your dog? He gets nervous around dogs but your's is so small I think it's a good place to start." Ofc I was like "yes he's very friendly!" So this guy brings his equally big friend over and they sit on the floor while this man looks terrified of my tiny dog so big man number one asks "canl pick him up?" And i say yes so he picks him up and puts him on man number two's lap and man number two is abt to freak out and his friend straight up just goes "hey man, it's okay just relax I'd never let anything hurt you. He'sa good boy." I'll never forget it ever bcI know that man looked at me (5'3, glasses, probably wearing a sweater vest) and my dog (kinda goofy looking little thing) and was like 'ah ves the two least intimidating living things I've seen in Boston all day he'll feel relaxed around them and went out of his way to help his friend. It makes me so happy wholesome stories
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Bad, Beard, and Comfortable: nOrma1-people-sxare-me A group of rough looking boys walked past me today and all I heard of their conversation was "he's got that anxiety disorder bro so I went with him so he'd be more comfortable" and it made me realise the world isn't all that bad fitzefitcher #this is team skull its-just-a-phage The pet store I worked at had a pen with rabbits near the front door. On every side of the pen were huge signs saying "You can pet me, but don't pick me up!" One day two absolutely huge guys came in and one immediately reaches into the pen to grab a rabbit. Before i could say anything his friend grabbed his arm and asked him "did you see the sign?" He said "yeah! it says that you can pick them up but don't pet them!" Then he went quiet for a moment and softly said "I didn't read it right did I?" And his friend just puts his arm on his shoulder and said "its ok, i know you've got that thing where words get mixed up. Let just pet these cute lil shits" And I still haven't gotten over that interaction. flowernstt I was walking my dog through Boston bc he likes the likes car rides. He's a little thing tbh we call him short and long So this huge scary man with a full beard approaches me like "hey can my buddy and I pet your dog? He gets nervous around dogs but your's is so small I think it's a good place to start." Ofc I was like "yes he's very friendly!" So this guy brings his equally big friend over and they sit on the floor while this man looks terrified of my tiny dog so big man number one asks "canl pick him up?" And i say yes so he picks him up and puts him on man number two's lap and man number two is abt to freak out and his friend straight up just goes "hey man, it's okay just relax I'd never let anything hurt you. He'sa good boy." I'll never forget it ever bcI know that man looked at me (5'3, glasses, probably wearing a sweater vest) and my dog (kinda goofy looking little thing) and was like 'ah ves the two least intimidating living things I've seen in Boston all day he'll feel relaxed around them and went out of his way to help his friend. It makes me so happy Wholesome interactions
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Bad, Beard, and Comfortable: nOrma1-people-sxare-me A group of rough looking boys walked past me today and all I heard of their conversation was "he's got that anxiety disorder bro so I went with him so he'd be more comfortable" and it made me realise the world isn't all that bad fitzefitcher #this is team skull its-just-a-phage The pet store I worked at had a pen with rabbits near the front door. On every side of the pen were huge signs saying "You can pet me, but don't pick me up!" One day two absolutely huge guys came in and one immediately reaches into the pen to grab a rabbit. Before i could say anything his friend grabbed his arm and asked him "did you see the sign?" He said "yeah! it says that you can pick them up but don't pet them!" Then he went quiet for a moment and softly said "I didn't read it right did I?" And his friend just puts his arm on his shoulder and said "its ok, i know you've got that thing where words get mixed up. Let just pet these cute lil shits" And I still haven't gotten over that interaction. flowernstt I was walking my dog through Boston bc he likes the likes car rides. He's a little thing tbh we call him short and long So this huge scary man with a full beard approaches me like "hey can my buddy and I pet your dog? He gets nervous around dogs but your's is so small I think it's a good place to start." Ofc I was like "yes he's very friendly!" So this guy brings his equally big friend over and they sit on the floor while this man looks terrified of my tiny dog so big man number one asks "canl pick him up?" And i say yes so he picks him up and puts him on man number two's lap and man number two is abt to freak out and his friend straight up just goes "hey man, it's okay just relax I'd never let anything hurt you. He'sa good boy." I'll never forget it ever bcI know that man looked at me (5'3, glasses, probably wearing a sweater vest) and my dog (kinda goofy looking little thing) and was like 'ah ves the two least intimidating living things I've seen in Boston all day he'll feel relaxed around them and went out of his way to help his friend. It makes me so happy Wholesome interactions via /r/wholesomememes https://ift.tt/2G2Zsb9
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Bad, Beard, and Comfortable: nOrma1-people-sxare-me A group of rough looking boys walked past me today and all I heard of their conversation was "he's got that anxiety disorder bro so I went with him so he'd be more comfortable" and it made me realise the world isn't all that bad fitzefitcher #this is team skull its-just-a-phage The pet store I worked at had a pen with rabbits near the front door. On every side of the pen were huge signs saying "You can pet me, but don't pick me up!" One day two absolutely huge guys came in and one immediately reaches into the pen to grab a rabbit. Before i could say anything his friend grabbed his arm and asked him "did you see the sign?" He said "yeah! it says that you can pick them up but don't pet them!" Then he went quiet for a moment and softly said "I didn't read it right did I?" And his friend just puts his arm on his shoulder and said "its ok, i know you've got that thing where words get mixed up. Let just pet these cute lil shits" And I still haven't gotten over that interaction. flowernstt I was walking my dog through Boston bc he likes the likes car rides. He's a little thing tbh we call him short and long So this huge scary man with a full beard approaches me like "hey can my buddy and I pet your dog? He gets nervous around dogs but your's is so small I think it's a good place to start." Ofc I was like "yes he's very friendly!" So this guy brings his equally big friend over and they sit on the floor while this man looks terrified of my tiny dog so big man number one asks "canl pick him up?" And i say yes so he picks him up and puts him on man number two's lap and man number two is abt to freak out and his friend straight up just goes "hey man, it's okay just relax I'd never let anything hurt you. He'sa good boy." I'll never forget it ever bcI know that man looked at me (5'3, glasses, probably wearing a sweater vest) and my dog (kinda goofy looking little thing) and was like 'ah ves the two least intimidating living things I've seen in Boston all day he'll feel relaxed around them and went out of his way to help his friend. It makes me so happy wholesome stories
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Anaconda, Bad, and Love: GOOD INTENTIONS GOOD IMPACT < ON OTHERS BAD IMPACT ON OTHERS BAD INTENTIONS thedreadvampy: egyptiann: exigencelost: closet-keys: why none of them got into The Good Place What I love about this is its acknowledgment that Jason had no intentions at all this is all 100% true but it always made me really mad that Chidi’s “crime” was having a severe anxiety disorder like he needed understanding and therapy, sending him to the Bad Place for something he had literally no control over was incredibly fucked up I feel like a less-surface theme of the show is that they’re all in a situation where they have been forced into bad patterns by forces outside their control - Chidi has SEVERE anxiety; Eleanor was forced by abuse and neglect to adopt a self-centered attitude from early childhood and, like many people with traumatic pasts, responds by not dealing with difficult emotions; Jason was very overtly raised in an environment where he got no education and all his models for behaviour were criminal and/or self-destructive; and Tahani has been raised in an environment where everything is performative and she is shot down for any genuine expression of unhappiness or non-material want. Just as Michael and Janet are made one way but changed by their experiences, the moral of the story is that things outside your control shape you but you can move away from them. That could easily be really insulting, in a sort of ‘just get over it’ way, but the idea isn’t that they change solely because they decide to be better - all six of them change because their circumstances change and give them the OPPORTUNITY to be better, because they’re finally given the support system they lack. I like The Good Place because the whole show has since day 1 been predicated on the idea that black and white moral judgements made in a vacuum are bullshit, and that moral choices are informed by things outside our control, whether that be education, behaviour modelling, unfair treatment or mental health issues. That doesn’t mean we aren’t responsible for our actions but it DOES mean we have to understand morality in the context of people’s varied experiences AND asks for the possibility that if their environment is improved, their ability to function as moral agents also improves.
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Anaconda, Bad, and Love: GOOD INTENTIONS GOOD IMPACT < ON OTHERS BAD IMPACT ON OTHERS BAD INTENTIONS thedreadvampy: egyptiann: exigencelost: closet-keys: why none of them got into The Good Place What I love about this is its acknowledgment that Jason had no intentions at all this is all 100% true but it always made me really mad that Chidi’s “crime” was having a severe anxiety disorder like he needed understanding and therapy, sending him to the Bad Place for something he had literally no control over was incredibly fucked up I feel like a less-surface theme of the show is that they’re all in a situation where they have been forced into bad patterns by forces outside their control - Chidi has SEVERE anxiety; Eleanor was forced by abuse and neglect to adopt a self-centered attitude from early childhood and, like many people with traumatic pasts, responds by not dealing with difficult emotions; Jason was very overtly raised in an environment where he got no education and all his models for behaviour were criminal and/or self-destructive; and Tahani has been raised in an environment where everything is performative and she is shot down for any genuine expression of unhappiness or non-material want. Just as Michael and Janet are made one way but changed by their experiences, the moral of the story is that things outside your control shape you but you can move away from them. That could easily be really insulting, in a sort of ‘just get over it’ way, but the idea isn’t that they change solely because they decide to be better - all six of them change because their circumstances change and give them the OPPORTUNITY to be better, because they’re finally given the support system they lack. I like The Good Place because the whole show has since day 1 been predicated on the idea that black and white moral judgements made in a vacuum are bullshit, and that moral choices are informed by things outside our control, whether that be education, behaviour modelling, unfair treatment or mental health issues. That doesn’t mean we aren’t responsible for our actions but it DOES mean we have to understand morality in the context of people’s varied experiences AND asks for the possibility that if their environment is improved, their ability to function as moral agents also improves.
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Bad, Beard, and Comfortable: Vnorma1-people-sxare-me A group of rough looking boys walked past me today and all I heard of their conversation was he's got that anxiety disorder bro so I went with him so he'd be more comfortable and it made me realise the world isn't all that bad fitzefitcher #this is team skull its-just-a-phage The pet store I worked at had a pen with rabbits near the front door. On every side of the pen were huge signs saying "You can pet me, but don't pick me up!" One day two absolutely huge guys came in and one immediately reaches into the pen to grab a rabbit. Before i could say anything his friend grabbed his arm and asked him did you see the sign?" He said yeah! it says that you can pick them up but don't pet them!" Then he went quiet for a moment and softly said "I didn't read it right did 1? And his friend just puts his arm on his shoulder and said its ok, i know you've got that thing where words get mixed up. Let just pet these cute lil shits And I still haven't gotten over that interaction. flowernstt I was walking my dog through Boston bc he likes the likes car rides. He's a little thing tbh we call him short and long So this huge scary man with a full beard approaches me like "hey can my buddy and pet your dog? He gets nervous around dogs but your's is so small I think it's a good place to start. Ofc I was like 'yes hes very friendly! So this guy brings his equally big friend over and they sit on the floor while this man looks terrified of my tiny dog so big man number one asks "can l pick him up? And i say yes so he picks him up and puts him on man number twos lap and man number two is abt to freak out and his friend straight up just goes "hey man, it's okay just relax I'd never let anything hurt you. He's a good boy."I'll never forget it ever bc I know that man looked at me (53, glasses, probably wearing a sweater vest) and my dog (kinda goofy looking little thing) and was like ah yes the two least intimidating living things I've seen in Boston all day he'll feel relaxed around them and went out of his way to help his friend. It makes me so happy <p>Heartwarming</p>
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Bad, Beard, and Comfortable: Vnorma1-people-sxare-me A group of rough looking boys walked past me today and all I heard of their conversation was he's got that anxiety disorder bro so I went with him so he'd be more comfortable and it made me realise the world isn't all that bad fitzefitcher #this is team skull its-just-a-phage The pet store I worked at had a pen with rabbits near the front door. On every side of the pen were huge signs saying "You can pet me, but don't pick me up!" One day two absolutely huge guys came in and one immediately reaches into the pen to grab a rabbit. Before i could say anything his friend grabbed his arm and asked him did you see the sign?" He said yeah! it says that you can pick them up but don't pet them!" Then he went quiet for a moment and softly said "I didn't read it right did 1? And his friend just puts his arm on his shoulder and said its ok, i know you've got that thing where words get mixed up. Let just pet these cute lil shits And I still haven't gotten over that interaction. flowernstt I was walking my dog through Boston bc he likes the likes car rides. He's a little thing tbh we call him short and long So this huge scary man with a full beard approaches me like "hey can my buddy and pet your dog? He gets nervous around dogs but your's is so small I think it's a good place to start. Ofc I was like 'yes hes very friendly! So this guy brings his equally big friend over and they sit on the floor while this man looks terrified of my tiny dog so big man number one asks "can l pick him up? And i say yes so he picks him up and puts him on man number twos lap and man number two is abt to freak out and his friend straight up just goes "hey man, it's okay just relax I'd never let anything hurt you. He's a good boy."I'll never forget it ever bc I know that man looked at me (53, glasses, probably wearing a sweater vest) and my dog (kinda goofy looking little thing) and was like ah yes the two least intimidating living things I've seen in Boston all day he'll feel relaxed around them and went out of his way to help his friend. It makes me so happy <p>Heartwarming via /r/wholesomememes <a href="http://ift.tt/2EGiOSf">http://ift.tt/2EGiOSf</a></p>
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Adam Driver, Bad, and Finn: @grumpykylos Adam Driver suffers from an anxiety disorder and has stated that it takes a lot of courage for him to pursue/continue acting because he is afraid of people laughing at his appearance. So, yeah, fuck y'all for mocking him 12/17/17, 2:24 PM <p><a href="http://emeraldboreas.tumblr.com/post/168723106056/vesperfiend-emeraldboreas-vesperfiend" class="tumblr_blog">emeraldboreas</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="http://vesperfiend.tumblr.com/post/168720779346/emeraldboreas-vesperfiend-jathis" class="tumblr_blog">vesperfiend</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="http://emeraldboreas.tumblr.com/post/168720531611/vesperfiend-jathis" class="tumblr_blog">emeraldboreas</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="http://vesperfiend.tumblr.com/post/168718804991/jathis-just-another-star-wars-account-i-can" class="tumblr_blog">vesperfiend</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="http://jathis.tumblr.com/post/168699306119/just-another-star-wars-account-i-can-understand" class="tumblr_blog">jathis</a>:</p><blockquote> <p><a href="https://just-another-star-wars-account.tumblr.com/post/168690295071/i-can-understand-not-liking-the-character-of-kylo" class="tumblr_blog">just-another-star-wars-account</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>I can understand not liking the character of Kylo Ren but making fun of the actor isn’t right</p></blockquote> <p>That’s why Channing Tatum and John Boyega help him during public appearances.</p> </blockquote> <p>Adam Driver is a piece of shit who said there were good and bad people with the rebellion and the first order. Literally defending nazis in a really important time in history. People shouldn’t make fun of his looks but I have no sympathy for nazi apologists I don’t care if they have anxiety or not 🤷‍♀️</p></blockquote> <p>Do you know what “literally” means?</p></blockquote> <p>In a time of Nazis LITERALLY marching in the streets and people saying there’s “good people on both sides” the fact that he used that exact phrasing when talking about something that is an OBVIOUS parallel to Nazis is LITERALLY defending Nazis you absolute buffoon</p></blockquote> <p>For Adam Driver to literally defend Nazis, he’d have to defend the Nazi Party and its ideology. </p><p>Instead, he made the rather lukewarm statement that there are good people on both sides, a concept explored in the movie through Finn’s character and his own character’s story arc.</p><p>The First Order, like many fictional regimes in modern media, are modeled after the Third Reich because said Reich was scary. The imagery is iconic and striking, and the word Nazi has become a byword for “bad guys.” Villains’ costumes are often still based on them, even in media that has nothing to do with WWII. </p><p>You’re being emotionally manipulated by garden-variety costuming and props. </p></blockquote> <p>Oh my gooooooooooooooooooosh are we really actually calling a man a Nazi apologist for something he said about fucking fictional characters in a soap opera about space wizards? I’m done.</p>
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Anaconda, Bitch, and Clothes: tooiconic Shaving is part of the patriarchy!!! No woman does it for herselfl! screams the girl who grows three thin little blonde hairs, who isnt burdened by ingrown hairs and constantly feeling itchy when she doesn't shave. respectthefemalebody You won't feel itchy once it gets long enough. And I mean, shaving is Women have been shaving our legs less than 100 years. It started as a gimmick for razor companies to sell their products to women while men were fighting ww2 Have you ever even seen what your natural adult leg hair looks like fully grown? What, do you think women are born with a gene that compels us to shave? tooiconic Hi, you don't know my body better than I do I had fully grown leg hair and all over body hair by 11 years old and I was an itchy, miserable mess. The leg hair in particular would touch my sheets, even my own clothes, and make me so itchy that I couldn't sleep anymore. The same thing with my pubic hair and leg hair still happens as an adult even after not shaving for about 5 days. Shut the hell up with this patriarchy bullshit respectthefemalebody Why do you think more women shave their legs than men? What do you think the word patriarchy means? Dont know why youre bothering. She acts personally attacked by every little thing feminists do, lol. She fails to even realise that no one would have a problem with "thick black hairs" if razor companies hadnt made women their target buyers. tooiconic ?77??? Did you just say that some women have thick leg because of razors??? I'm Italian. Italians have thick hair. What part of "l was tchy and horribly uncomfortable by age 11 didn't you understand? Please tell me you're not one of those people who thinks shaving makes your hair thicker. Please. Im saying u wouldnt be insecure about it if women shaving was never a thing to begin with tooiconic Where did I say I was insecure? I started shaving because I was ITCHY. What part of that is confusing? You think your itchy but its your mind tricking you, due to insecurities. spookysugarr Holy shit @tooiconic this bitch thinks she knows more about your body than you do Im a psychiatrist, shes likely suffering from ocd, anxiety disorder & mild Schizophrenia Also are u her personal white knight, every time someone disagrees with her ur here taking her hot loads to prove ur devotion spookysugarr Dude, you're not her doctor And no, but thinking just because you have a profession you know what's going on with people's body's from a Tumblr post, really? spookysugarr Help her what? You don't know if she's already talked about this with her own doctor or therapist or physiatrist or whatever, you can't just go diagnosing people like that on the internet. People self diagnose all the time and that's dangerous I don't know why it's so hard to believe you can feel itchy with hair on your body? That's my top reason to shave tbh @tooiconic message me and we will work through your phobia of leg hair, together. anti-sjw-rebel She doesn't have a phobia of leg hair. She shaves because it makes her uncomfortable and itchy Quit trollin dude. What she does with her hair is her own business not yours figgernaggotlove Some people don't realise they need help until it's too late tooiconic Please don't give this idiot anymore attention Shaving your leg hair is not only oppressive, but a sign of mental illness. I should know, I'm a random guy on the internet.
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Best Friend, Cats, and Children: App Store oo ?4:27 PM Tweet Sasha @sashacave My friend's stepmom gave his therapy cat away. Retweet if you want to bring him back home Maybe she'll reconsider #bringhomebeebles 7/5/17, 4:27 PM l VIEW TWEET ACTIVITY Tweet your reply Home Explore Notifications Messages Me vitariesocks: tittydemon: BRING OUR BOY HOME!! #bringhomebeebles Hi guys! I’m ‘the friend’, haha! My name is Joey, and my abusive stepmom stole our cat. Here’s a petition where you can sign to help me get him back! Please please please take a moment to sign. My little brother and I miss Beebles so much. He’s such a good boy, and our best friend. Let me explain a little bit about my situation. My family was going out of the country, and so, as always, we got someone to look after our cats. However, my stepmom decided to give Chip (or Beebles!) away to a friend to stay with instead because he has a bit of an anxiety problem. My stepmom is an emotionally abusive, manipulative person who has threatened me physical harm a few times. Of course, she did not tell any of us that our cat would be staying elsewhere, and Beebles is my little brother’s cat (not hers!). The only way I heard about Beebles being sent away was from overhearing a conversation. And in a few days, she sent him away while we weren’t home. After I asked her about it, she began threatening me with things like, “maybe he won’t come home” every once in awhile. I was really worried about Beebles being separated from the other cats in the house. He and his sister are very close, and separation anxiety between siblings can be dangerous for cats. Then my family went out of the country for two weeks. By the end of the trip, my little brother asked when his cat was going to be coming home. My stepmom dropped the bomb that she had already decided herself that he wasn’t coming home. My little brother and I cried about it, but vowed to actually talk to her later. However, politely asking her about it a few days later resulted in my brother and I both having panic attacks on the back porch, and afraid to sleep or go in our house. She accused us of not loving him, and not taking care of him, and tried to gaslight us into believing that we were horrible people who did not love our cat and THAT’S why she stole him. Which isn’t true in the least. My cats are my absolute life. I love them more than I can possibly express, and that accusation really hit me the hardest. I love Beebles so much. It was so horrible to hear her say such lies. She also made the situation all about herself, and how she was ‘the only one who took care of him’, even though I’m the one who cares for the cats when I’m at my dad’s house. Upon me telling her no matter what she thought, it was wrong for her to get rid of Beebles without telling us because we never got to say goodbye, she admitted to hating Beebles because of his anxiety disorder. She also tried to turn our own bio dad, who loves Beebles and also wants him back– against us. His children. She made herself the victim and tried to pretend that we were all ‘turning against and torturing her’. She physically won’t let Beebles back into the house now, even though all of HER pets have remained at home. She screams at us and causes panic attacks when we ask about him. Even my dad knows that what she’s doing is incredibly wrong and wants Beebles back. Beebles is such a good cat, and I love and miss him so much. Not to mention he was adopted as a way to recover from our parents’ messy divorce. My stepmom does not see that what she did was wrong at all, and that really hurts.In any case, please please please please please take a moment to sign our petition. It will help show my dad that other people care about me getting Beebles back, and motivate him to be the authority figure against my stepmom and get Beebles back to our house. It will also show my stepmom that, no matter what she thinks, what she did was unjust, as shown by the voices of you all. My brother and I miss Beebles so much. He’s such a loving cat and such a good good good boy. We need him home with us. Please. thisthis broke my heart
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Bad, Beard, and Comfortable: flowernstt us fitzefitcher A group of rough looking boys walked past me today and all I heard of their conversation was "he's got that anxiety disorder bro so I went with him so he'd be more comfortable and it made me realise the world isn't all that bad team sku The pet store I worked at had a pen with rabbits near the front door. On every side of the pen were huge signs saying "You can pet me, but don't pick me up! One day two absolutely huge guys came in and one immediately reaches into the pen to grab a rabbit. Before i could say anything his friend grabbed his arm and asked him "did you see the sign? He said yeah! it says that you can pick them up but don't pet them! Then he went quiet for a moment and softly said "l didn't read it right did I1? And his friend just puts his am on his shoulder and said its ok, i know you've got that thing where words get mixed up. Let just pet these cute lil shits" And I still haven't gotten over that interaction I was walking my dog through Boston bc he likes the likes car rides. He's a little thing tbh we call him short and long So this huge scary man with a full beard approaches me like "hey can my buddy and I pet your dog? He gets nervous around dogs but your's is so small I think it's a good place to start Ofc I was like 'yes he's very friendly! So this guy brings his equally big friend over and they sit on the floor while this man looks terrified of my tiny dog so big man number one asks "can I pick him up?" And i say yes so he picks him up and puts him on man number two's lap and man number two is abt to freak out and his friend straight up just goes "hey man, it's okay just relax I'd never let anything hurt you. He's a good boy. I'lI never forget it ever bc I know that man looked at me (53. glasses, probably wearing a sweater vest) and my dog (kinda goofy looking little thing) and was like ah yes the two least intimidating living things I've seen in Boston all day he'll feel relaxed around them' and went out of his way to help his friend. It makes me so happy Dont judge a book by its cover.
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