warped pictures

A Brief List Of Struggles For Anyone Who Loves The Rocky Horror Picture Show To Relate To

Being a product of the late 70′s-90′s and thus you were either non existent or just born when The Rocky Horror Picture show was

Suffering in your job out of motivation for the $ you’ll put toward  Rocky Horror soundtracks,midnight screenings, merchandise, etc. 

…Because as financially torn as you are- that $120 vintage Roxy Theatre cast vinyl will feed you more than the Ramen…

People not knowing who Tim Curry is

“His music career is sorely underrated– trust me, I was up til 3 a.m. last night listening to all 40+ years of it…”

Attempting to explain what The Rocky Horror Picture Show is about, and how the midnight screening/audience participation works without making it sound like it’s just a cult of people tripping on acid.

“No, trust me, you won’t need narcotics to feel high with this one–You know what, you’ll just have to watch it to understand- okay?!”

Feeling as though a fictional alien transvestite could actually raise the sex bar too high for your current/future lovers

“Like, they’re good… but I can’t say with certainty if they’re humanoid-alien- sweet transvestite-disguised-as-my-current-partner good…”

A man with curly underarms is superior in sporting lingerie and heels to any male, female, anyone in between, and of course you 

...Alright, a small part of you is ok with it, because hot patootie what a sight

Quoting a lyric or phrase from the musical and no one getting it

Dare someone use the phrase “dammit” around you without “Janet!” being belted right in their face

When the question of a date arrives and the ole’ dinner and a movie just won’t cut it anymore

Because small talk over salad and two- hour- ass-numbing- silence pales to time warping and throwing bread at a cinema screen dammit! (Janet)

Probably one of the biggest arguments I see being used against astrology is the Barnum effect. Basically, it’s an effect that states that people are naturally inclined to believe in general, vague descriptions that can apply to everyone.

The people who make this argument get so smug because they think, “It’s true, the astrological descriptions are all so vague and applicable to everyone, so therefore, it’s bullshit!” when really, they don’t know what they’re talking about.

If you look at your natal chart, you’ll see that all of the signs are present. You are supposed to feel all of the signs resonating within you. When you read those vague Sun sign descriptions, they should ideally resonate somehow in some way. If you don’t, you have an interception, and interceptions can feel quite painful for anyone who has one in their natal chart since it shows an imbalance of the signs.

The people who make this argument also argue on the assumption that astrology was supposed to be extremely accurate, in an objective sense. What these skeptics don’t realize is that astrology is a subjective subject, and that accuracy, or the truth is truly a subjective idea when humans have different biases and perceptions due to their complexities. If accuracy was so objective, why do people still have arguments to this day? If accuracy, or the truth, was so objective, wouldn’t everybody know about it to where no conflicts would occur? Of course, this wouldn’t happen because the subjectivity of the truth is connected to our uniqueness as an individual.

Astrology was not and will never be an objective subject in its essence. If astrology was objective at all, it would be for the sake of existing and mental understanding. After all, you can’t objectify the human personality, and people who generally take an objective stance will struggle to understand that.

Astrology isn’t vague because it’s inaccurate, it’s vague because it takes the essence of life into account. Astrology is a subject that realizes that random circumstances, environments, and events all come into play when it comes to the individual. Take the variables away, and you’ll see a warped, incorrect picture of life.


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