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A Daddy isn’t one who tells their little what to do.
A Daddy gives order and stability.
A Daddy doesn’t give a punishment.
A Daddy makes you learn your lesson with aftercare.
A Daddy isn’t someone you talk only about sex with.
A Daddy is someone you talk about everything with.
A Daddy doesn’t look at you as low.
A Daddy looks at you with all the amazing qualities you have.
“You gonna feed your friends into a meat grinder? Cas too?”
Can we just take a moment to cry over the fact that while we know Dean already considers Cas a friend (5x01 ‘I learned that from my friend Cas’), that when it actually comes down to it, Dean sees Cas as something much greater than a friend, so different in fact, that he specifically tries to stop his future self by pointing out that his plan will not only kill his friends, but specifically Castiel? And that it’s after future Dean does not respond (with words, though the tightening of the jaw and the fact he looks away do certainly say something) that Dean finally says that something is broken in him? Not after he sees his future self killing teammates, not after he watches his future self commit himself to this suicide mission, but after he sees his future self condemn Cas to die. That’s when he’s broken. Not after. Not before. Because it’s about Cas.
I had big plans for us
We would go on walks
I hate walks. But you don’t.
We could have went to see cheesy romantic comedies
The archetypal dinner date
Because that’s what happens when you meet the love of your life
But the sidewalk seems to be slipping from under our collective feet
And you say you don’t watch movies anymore.
This Is Me
I’m the kind of girl who doesn’t give a shit about what she wears, and would be known as ‘weird’ from girls my age.
It’s okay to not be interested in fashion. Really. But that doesn’t make you better than people who are.
Also, “girls your age” is pretty vague- I’m sure a lot of them are nice people who don’t label others!
I’m the kind of girl who really doesn’t need a boyfriend, has plenty of friends who like me for who I am, and doesn’t do drugs/drink/smoke.
No person should “need” a romantic partner.
Everyone should have friends who like them for who they are.
I have no idea what that last clause has to do with the rest of the that sentence.
I’m the kind of girl who is shunned by others my age simply because I’m not rich, I’m not related to anyone famous (As far as I know), and that I don’t have a HUGE pile of electronics, most of which I would ditch after the first month or two.
I went to a public high school so there wasn’t much shunning because of wealth? Even at my private university, you weren’t “shunned” for not being rich.
I didn’t know anyone who was related to anyone famous. Why would you bring that up?
What is a “HUGE pile of electronics”? I have two laptops, more game consoles than I want to think about, an mp3 player, a smartphone, my old Tracfone, a digital camera, and a tablet. I use all of the ones that are still functional and keep the extra computer and the Tracfone as a backup. I take very good care of my electronics and I do all the research on them before I buy one so my parents don’t spend money on a bad product. I like blogging and music and art and video games. That’s why I have electronics.
I’m not the kind of girl who drowns herself in perfume, who absolutely hates nature and everything that goes with it, and who gossips, tells lies about others and flirts till I drop dead.
I think you are confusing tv characters comprised entirely of stereotypes with real people.
I’m the kind of girl who doesn’t freak out when a pimple randomly appears on my face.
Great. But it’s totally normal to freak out if it does. If you have anxiety, a pimple can make it impossible for you to speak to people until it goes away.
I’m NOT the kind of girl who goes from guy to guy to guy until I end up with someone disrespectful to me, myself and I.
A lot of people end up in abusive, unhealthy relationships because they do not know what a healthy relationship looks like. Their home life may be troubled. Instead of being so snotty and judgmental, why don’t you take a moment to view these other girls as actual goddamn people?
I’m the girl you see in the corner of the cafeteria with her friends, laughing and joking about random shit, not gossip.
I read a really good post about this the other day, but women often turn to gossip because it’s the only socially acceptable form they have to express their feelings about other people.
Also, some gossip is harmless and maybe beneficial- venting about how someone is irritating you can make you feel better.
I’m the girl who people call ‘crazy’ and ‘a disgrace’, yet they don’t even know my true nature.
What are you doing that people call you “a disgrace”? Judging others without knowing them?
I’m the girl who gets attacked with insults every day, most of which from my own mom, and doesn’t give a rat’s ass about it.
If someone is treating you in an abusive manner, you need to get out.
“Toughing through it” is dangerous.
Staying in an abusive situation is harmful.
You should not shame people who express trauma after being emotionally abused.
I’m the girl you always see on the playground, swinging and singing in the rain.
Always? Ain’t you got nothing better to do?
I’m the kind of girl who spends all of her free time drawing, writing or reading, and makes comic books all the time just so I can laugh about them with my friends later on.
I don’t know how this makes you a “kind of girl.” Plenty of people I know draw, read, and write in their spare time and they are all very different people with very different interests and backgrounds.
I’m the girl who’s more sensitive to insults and jokes than other people, yet I have a wall around myself that can only be broken through when I truly trust who you are.
Wait, you just said you don’t give a “rat’s ass” about insults.
PS. Don’t romanticize trust issues ok, they really suck.
I know some of this would offend ‘normal’ teens, shall we say, but since I’m not a ‘normal’ teen by anyone else’s standards, I can say this and still be proud of who I am. If YOU are proud of who you are, and don’t give a shit about what other people say about you/to you, repost this!
You can and should be proud of yourself without having to put down other people in order to make you feel that way.