how do i tag this

A story from the line at McDonald's
  • Me:okay so my sexuality's a complicated deal so let's just call me queer as hell
  • Friend:nono I wanna know can't you explain it
  • Me:well ok mainly I am asexual which means I don't want to do the do nor do I long for it, so it has nothing to do with lack of confidence or anything like that, I simply don't find anyone sexually attractive
  • Friend:right right
  • Me:but I'm also bi romantic. The sexual and romantic attraction are different, and I still fall in love and want to have physical contact with my partner, I just don't need the hanky panky
  • Friend:right cause you have a girlfriend that's pansexual right
  • Me:exactly and as long as we're both happy with not doing the rumba naked, that's a valid relationship
  • Friend:I get it, I get it... I didn't know the entire sexual and romantic orientations were different
  • Me:yeah I know it was an eyeopener for me when I found ou-
  • Lady behind us in line:excuse me so sorry but I couldn't help but overhear but I didn't know half of what you just said and I was just wondering what that thing your girlfriend was is, pansexual?
  • Me:*awkward glance at friend* oh uh I'm not an expert or anything and uh ok so basically it's similar to being bisexual, but there's less value in what gender the one you're attracted to is, at least as I understood it. So a bisexual would be attracted to a person despite their gender, a pansexual wouldn't really care at all in a way uh I'm sorry I'm bad at explaining
  • Lady behind us in line:that's alright I can look it up myself later you gave me a general idea! So where did you find out these things, you're pretty young?
  • Me:well, Internet. Once you're a bit confused about what you might be you usually go looking for explanations...
  • Lady behind us in line:so uh in theory... It's fine if you don't know, I just want to check with you... Is there a thing called aROMANTIC? like you're asexual, is there a equivalent to the romantic orientation you mentioned?
  • Me:oh yeah, absolutely! You can be both asexual and aromantic, or aromantic and heterosexual, literally all combinations are possible!
  • Lady behind us in line:*smiles LIKE REALLY GODDAMNED GENUINELY* thank you so much, I did not know that. *fishes up phone from pocket* now if you excuse me, I'm going to call my mother and tell her I'm not crazy for never having been married or stayed with one guy for long despite being 50+ but still has three children! *steps out of line and walks off while dialing*
  • Friend:wow that was... Amazing
  • Me:see how happy she got? That's the power of right information.
  • And that's why I've been smiling since this happened.

soooooooo i sorta made a harry fanvid oops

She was as warm as fire. If you looked at her the right way, you could see her flames on the outline of her body, tracing her square face and her hips, hot and red was all she could be. But she was also as cold as ice. Always wearing that wary expression on her face like a coat, that methodical gaze like she didn’t know any better. I couldn’t decide which version of her I liked more.
Because talking to her made me feel like I would never be able to get into college for she was smarter than me. And she was. She was the smartest girl I knew. And touching her burnt my fingertips. My heart raced like it smelt trouble. She was.
As a matter of fact, she could be anything she wanted. She could be fiery red. She could be freezing blue. But with me, she was both. She was everything.
—  Mariana Meyer

This is my 11 year old sister Haley Lawhorn. On Monday December 8th, she was taken to Salem Hospital after losing consciousness while riding bikes with her friend. The EMT found blood in her brain and she was lifelighted to Oregon Health and Science University and then admitted to Doernbechers Children’s Hospital with a ruptured aneurysm and blood clot in her brain. There was a 12% chance of her surviving through surgery and then the night.

Here we are two days later with her sleeping in the PICU while her brain prepares to have the clot removed on Friday. She is a tough little girl. She competes on horses and in derby races. She loves fashion and helping me make clothes and accessories. She has an interest in history and science. She plays flute and is involved in choir. She has so much she’s going to do. But after this surgery, we’ll have to spend a little extra time {and money} to get her back on track to her future. She will need rehabilitation at Randall’s Children’s hospital to relearn how to use the right side of her body. This effects speech, movement, and comprehension. She also has a loving family who is doing everything to be with her and make sure she comes though well and happy. If you can spare a few dollars to help pay for these life saving tests and procedures, we would be very thankful. She means the world to me and so many others You can also donate on PayPal with the send money to family option to
  • 「ME!ME!ME!」
  • Teddyloid feat. daoko

I know there’s at least one cropped version of this floating around Tumblr, but the one I saw only had about half the song. I found a version that included the parts after the trance section, so I thought I’d share.

The song was removed from Youtube after a couple days, so I’m unable to link the source.