Listen, I get it, life is hard and you’re dealing with some shit, but could you not tag my posts as “neurotypicals be like” when I talk about trying to remain positive in a world gone mad with apathy and suffering.
When I say I believe in taking light into dark places, I’m not talking soft pastel aesthetics and salt rock lamps. I’m talking burning this shit to the ground, I’m talking about rising up swinging against those who would put you down.
My hope does not negate my rage or despair. And it sure as shit does not negate my mental and physical illnesses either.
I am hopeful, despite and perhaps even possibly out of spite, because I refuse to surrender my belief that we can do better. That we will do better. When you give that up, they’ve already won. And I’ll die kicking and screaming all the way before I let that happen. Neurodivergency and all.
And if you’re the edgelord off there in the corner talking about how hope is dead and the human species doesn’t deserve to survive? What the fuck are you doing to try and help fix that? This shit is your responsibility too. Fucking rise to it.
I know I just made this exact post but I am not – and will never be – over the fact that ppl are rlly out here leaving google reviews on the alps and volcanoes and the pacific fuckin ocean like?? This is the pinnacle of human hubris?? If I were God I’d just be like “yeah well make your own damn planet then if you’re so smart. A 4.5 on the Mississippi River? Unbelievable”
Honestly I’m speechless and that doesn’t happen a lot.
The Ready Player 3 show in Manchester was more than I hoped for. I’m not going to give out any spoilers but it was fucking amazing.
Everyone in the audience were so excited and i think i nearly blew out my voice with all the screaming. Also Sean i would like to apologise because i was one of those people who chanted our team chant before you had even finished telling us what it was haha.
It was like being in a room full of friends. It was such a happy atmosphere and I was extremely nervous at first but that went away as soon as the guys came on stage.
@therealjacksepticeye I just want to say thank you for coming to this insane fucking town with the Grumps. It was such an unforgettable experience!
running a studyblr as an adult is so strange. i see kids as young as 13 having breakdowns about grades, isolating themselves from everyone because they don’t quite fit in, not knowing how to deal with very real mental health problems… it’s not my place as someone significantly older than you to try and intervene in your personal life, but i hope you all know that if you ever want advice - about studying, dealing with life, or just which colour to change your blog to - or need someone to listen to you when you’ve had an awful day, my inbox is always open. things will get better for you, and you will be okay, i promise.