but I feel shit yet again. I’m planning to cut myself tonight. Do I use my depression as an excuse? No, but someone said I do. That hurt, deep, not like other things. I spend each day thinking about committing suicide. Nothing has changed other than the setting and appearance. I’m still the disappointment. Everyday I wish I didn’t exist. I try to live a digital life because real life has made me so low. So I think I shall go listen to some metal and cut.
How the hell does this have 0 notes? (Surprise, Nelly’s cursing!)
I don’t even know you…at all…but people need to smack themselves in the face sometimes. Depression isn’t an excuse.
Bro, I give you a digital hug. I have hope in ya (:
who are you
why are you doing this to me
what are you doing
My brother and I went to the store today. We stood around looking at the books, and I decided to, for fun, judge a lot of books by their covers.
I picked up several of the popular books, none of which I had yet read, and began telling my brother my deductions about each.
“This book is stupid.”
“Why is that? Have you read it?”
“No, but look at this passage here [referring to the inside flap of the book cover]. See this? This indicates that it’ll mostly be about romance and whatnot.”
“You don’t know that.”
“Don’t I?” Obviously, I was being goofy, but I opened the book and began reading to him. The book had several passages that described:
-How beautiful a certain boy was.
-How perfect that boy was.
-Extremely poorly-done metaphors (“the moon was a white sailboat in an endless black sea”)
-How amazing the boy was.
-How amazing his voice was.
Before you ask, no, it was not Twilight, but it was still a book of eyeroll-worthy quality. My brother conceded that it was bad, but said that I likely couldn’t do it again.
I did with about four or five different books.
Apparently I’m good at judging books by their covers. xD
If 1 plus 1=2, then Nelly + Xal=POWER RANGERS. Can’t you do simple math?
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THAT’S NEVER THE POINT.
THANKS FOR PLAYING.
What, so (possibly) unfair generalizations are okay as long as they’re used to prove a point?
If someone says, “all young people are irresponsible,” “all women are over emotional,” “all Christians are ignorant,” it’s not okay to object anymore?
I’m sorry, I get what you’re saying here, but I don’t agree with this dismissive attitude towards treating people as individuals.
“Not all A are like that!”
“All A are B”
Am I right, guys? Am I?
Before I start my story, there are two things you need to know. One, I’m a cis guy, but my boyfriend is trans. However, he’s pre-T and pre-surgery (he’s still a minor, and unfortunately his parents are unsupportive), so he still has kind of a high voice and a slight figure. Two, my boyfriend was born with a rare condition that left him with a slightly malformed left lung. Generally it’s not as bad as it sounds, he was lucky to to be born with “enough” lung tissue to be able to lead a pretty normal life; he’s got some breathing difficulties and is more prone to infections, and he’s exempt from gym at school because he’s a “liability” but other than that it doesn’t really interfere with his life all that much (when he was younger he underwent a lot of treatments but he’s now long out of the “critical” stage that doctors are usually most concerned about). Still, he has to be careful not to exert himself too much. Both of these things are important to my story.