i haven’t really played tracer very much but we were losing on dorado defence and we didn’t have any offence characters so i just thought WHAT THE HELL and picked her.

and oh. my god.

i’ve never had so much fun harassing the enemy before lmFAOOO I WAS JUST SCREAMING AND BLINKING AROUND THE PAYLOAD AND IT?? KINDA WORKED??


True story

While I was in the car (waiting for my mom to get back from the store) I totally saw this middle-aged woman taking selfies of herself

and you could totally tell she was feelin’ it

I had nothing better to do so I kinda kept watching her thinking the whole time ‘yas babe you do you be confident own that camera yasss’

but then I got spotted

She looked so embarrassed and I felt bad because I was kinda the one creeping so I gave her a thumbs up and then we started taking selfies together while laughing and it was magical 


School taught me that not knowing things was embarrassing.

After multiplication quizzes, I’d be called to the front of the room and asked if I had been studying in front of the “boob tube” since my scores were so low. Everyone would laugh. I was usually great at math, but this was the first time I was stuck.

I never failed a test until college. I was studying to be an engineer and failed many tests. Even typing this up it feels weird. Like it should be a secret and maybe these shortcomings can still come back to haunt me.

Tests were long and intense. Once, my 36% was a B. The teacher was impressed if you got through part of one question. Some tests were worth 20% of your grade and only had two questions. That means an entire letter grade was determined by a single problem. You had to know everything.

I made the mistake once of skipping over one of those highlighted grey boxes with side information in my textbook. There was a question on the test about that one paragraph in that grey box. I could tell you the page number, but not what was written there.

My manager at my first real job gave me the exam for my certification. After each question he would ask, “Are you sure?” He told me never to guess. Guessing gets people hurt. Just say “I don’t know” and look it up. Always look things up. Information changes as we learn. Memorizing means you could know old data. In school, saying “I don’t know” is shameful. At work, saying “I don’t know, but I’ll get back to you” was vital.

In Johannes Kepler’s first book, he though the planets moved according to platonic solids and used meticulous math to prove it. However, he is remembered for his later books where he proves himself wrong. He used observational data obtained from Tycho Brahe to determine orbits were actually ellipses.

I made two failed tests into platonic solids to remind myself that learning isn’t knowing everything at once. Knowledge should be pliable. Learning is a lifelong endeavor that isn’t meant to be done alone. 

IMAGINE: Dean and Sam looking through your bag for your notebook and coming across an extremely racy lingerie set of yours. And what’s worse, they thought you were all innocent and sweet. Dean looks up at Sam and then sees you behind him in the doorway…

The signs embarrassed

Aries: blushes and hides their face in their hands

Taurus: loudly screams and thrashes about

Gemini: is flustered and stumbles over their words

Cancer: punches you in the shoulder pretty hard

Leo: either plays it off cool or really doesn’t

Virgo: will embarrass you back with no effort

Libra: disappeared from the original post because they don’t get embarrassed

Scorpio: red faced with a huffy attitude

Sagittarius: somehow gets out of the situation with extreme ease

Capricorn: will ignore you. you’re dead to them

Aquarius: depending on how you embarrassed them, they might avoid you

Pisces: where did they go after you embarrassed them? who knows

If you ever think you're having a bad date...

Just remember this:

I once went back to a guys house after a date. Told him nothing would happen because I was on my period. Went to use the toilet in the middle of the night…

Sneezed and managed to get blood all over his cream rug. Panicked, put the rug in my handbag and ran out of his house.

8 Mortifyingly Embarrassing Moments Every Girl Has During Puberty

1. Being forced to say “puberty” out loud every time you enter a room.

2. Having the school nurse send out a warning letter to every parent in your class that you’ve gotten your period.

3. Accidentally pulling a tampon out of your backpack and trying to use it as a pencil for the first 30 minutes of class.


An excerpt from Up Close and Uncomfortable #1: Embarrassing Stories from RT Staff

Barbara Dunkelman

10th grade picture day. I wanted to look nice, so I wore new light-wash jeans and a strapless blue shirt. I also started my period this day (no, not for the first time. That was in 7th grade) which, I guess at this moment in time, decided it would become really fuckin’ REAL all of a sudden.

You can probably see where this is going.

I sit down on the chair to take my photo, get up, walk out of the hall, and feel… well, let’s just say “damp” to put it lightly. I go to the bathroom, turn around, and see that I had completely bled through my jeans. And I’m not talking about a little spot. Imagine murdering someone, having them bleed all over the floor, then plopping down in that blood and standing back up.

To this day, I have no idea if I left anything on the chair I sat in for picture day, or if anyone noticed, but how could they not have? Lucky for me, I had a sweater in my locker that I tied around my waist, called my mom in tears to pick me up, and went home.

That night I forced myself to start using tampons.