A composite of every single godforsaken Tumblr thread about makeup
Woman who doesn’t like wearing makeup: “I got reprimanded at my current job and passed up at a job interview for another job because I don’t wear makeup and high heels, even though I’m clean and groomed otherwise”
Some demon on tunglr.hell or another social media site: “Yes but as a woman who contours every morning CUZ I WANNA, I’m the real victim because the frat boy I have a crush on posted a ‘take her swimming on the first date’ meme. Also, stop this girl hate, just because you’re an ugly lesbo bitch with bad eyebrows and unblended contour, like an ugly lesbo bitch, doesn’t make it ok for you to have this internalized misogyny!!!!!;; And that’s what ur boyfriend says when we’re fuckin, too ;) ;) ;) uwu now pls don’t forget to like and subscribe, and btw, if you want a $4 discount on the $120 highlighter palette from FaceGoop Inc, just put my name in the answer box, that’s kupcakebaebeekutie37, don’t forget the spelling! I’m totally not sponsored by a company tho uwu”
Some people use a lot of text when writing to show their muse’s mental state, some use it purely because their muse is talkative. But when things like that happen, some people stress over whether or not they should match length and it can be the reason some people have problems replying to things.
You do not need to match my length. My muses get lost in their heads/like to talk/just end up making me write a lot.
Write whatever you are comfortable with, because this is supposed to be fun and you should never be pressured to meet the length of your partner. Do what you want to, and hopefully by reblogging this, the mun of this blog will do the same.
…Έπειτα, ψηλαφιστά, παρατηρώντας προσεκτικά γύρω μου, ανακάλυψα σταδιακά ποιο είναι εκείνο που σε κρατά δέσμιο: είσαι δεσμώτης του εαυτού σου. Ο μόνος υπεύθυνος για τη σκλαβιά σου είσαι εσύ ο ίδιος. Μόνον εσύ και κανένας άλλος, άκου που σου λέω!…
According to ancient East Asian belief, originating from Chinese mythology and is also used in Japanese mythology, The Red Thread of Fate is tied around the ankles or little fingers of two people who are destined to be together by the gods, regardless of time, place or circumstances. The thread may tangle and stretch, but it will never break.