Bipolar is not an adjective
derrstorm: I think the movement underway to eliminate “gay” and “retard” from the slang lexicon is great, and I take part (though both slip out sometimes, admittedly). But I think we all need to stop using “bipolar” as an adjective too. When you say the weather is “bipolar,” do you mean the weather has an incurable, life-threatening condition that causes rapid and crippling changes in mood...
won nanowrimo :)
26 Day Christmas challenge
heckyeahtumblrchallenges: Day 1: Favorite christmas song and why? Day 2: Favorite Christmas movie and why? Day 3: Hot chocolate or hot apple cider? Day 4: Does your family have any traditions? Day 5: Favorite Christmas memory Day 6: who is your favorite reindeer? Day 7: Have you been naughty or nice this year? Day 8: What is your favorite food at Christmas time? Day 9: What are you doing...
me: oh, i'm such a good child. i don't smoke, i don't drink and i don't do drugs. i don't sneak out to go partying. my grades are quite good. when i compare myself to those in my class..wow, i'm almost a role model. my parents must be so proud of me!
dad: WHY DON'T I EVER SEE YOU STUDY? ALL YOU DO IS SIT ON THE INTERNET! YOU SHOULD LOOK AT OTHER STUDENTS! YOU DON'T EVEN HELP ME WITH ANYTHING! NO ONE IN THIS HOUSE CARES ABOUT HOW MUCH I HAVE TO DO! NONE OF YOU HELP ME! YOU ARE ALL SO UNGRATEFUL!
self-destroy: I don’t want to school tomorrow. I want to stay in my room and cry.
Why Venting Anger Makes Things Worse
akeli: “The theory of catharsis is one popular and authoritative statement that venting one’s anger will produce a positive improvement in one’s psychological state. The word catharsis comes from the Greek word katharsis, which literally translated means a cleansing or purging. According to catharsis theory, acting aggressively or even viewing aggression is an effective way to purge angry...
Did you ever do this, you think back on all the times you’ve had with someone...– Tom (500 Days of Summer)