April232014

I finally got up the courage to talk to the over-manager at my work about all the stress and horrible feelings going around my office and she said she had no idea any of that was happening and she was really glad I came in

and I’m kind of super proud :P 

She also says that she predicts the horrible overtime will be over in two weeks-ish. :D :D

8PM

it’s like we currently live in a dystopian reality but instead of everyone being blissfully ignorant, we all know exactly how horrible everything is, and we feel powerless against it, so we just laugh. and laugh. and laugh.

April222014

so how come some animals on flight rising are familiars and others are food? like… who decides?

6PM

websites need to post their password requirements on the log in screen because I spend half my “wrong password” attempts trying to figure out if it was password, passw0rd, Passw0rd, Passw0rd0000 - what combination of my regular password they needed to fulfill their stupid requirements.

3PM
jtoday:

jtoday:

TUMBLR USERS GET 10% OFF! Use code TUMBLME at checkout. :)
Heyyyy guys! Come buy my used clothes and other stuff. :3 Sizes are mostly S/M, bottoms sizes 5-9 (lots of short sizes with 26-28” inseams), and shoes size 6. My style is bright, cute, and fun, and is similar to a casual lolita style. Lots of tops, mini skirts, belts, jeans, and more. :3 ((also used acrylic paints))
Right now while supplies last get a free beauty sample with every purchase and a full-size beauty/accessory item with every $15 purchase. :) Most items are $5 or less.
I’m moving soon and all this stuff needs to be out of my house before June. x_x; I’ll add more as I find stuff while packing. Feel free to reblog/signal boost! :3 Or come buy stuff! :P

In case you guys missed it the first time ;)

p.s. my shipping fees are now $5 or less…. I did them wrong the first time. So if crazy shipping prices were keeping you from buying, know that I changed them!! (if you think my prices are insane or something just send me a message!! I need to get rid of this stuffffffff so I’m willing to negotiate haha) 

jtoday:

jtoday:

TUMBLR USERS GET 10% OFF! Use code TUMBLME at checkout. :)

Heyyyy guys! Come buy my used clothes and other stuff. :3 Sizes are mostly S/M, bottoms sizes 5-9 (lots of short sizes with 26-28” inseams), and shoes size 6. My style is bright, cute, and fun, and is similar to a casual lolita style. Lots of tops, mini skirts, belts, jeans, and more. :3 ((also used acrylic paints))

Right now while supplies last get a free beauty sample with every purchase and a full-size beauty/accessory item with every $15 purchase. :) Most items are $5 or less.

I’m moving soon and all this stuff needs to be out of my house before June. x_x; I’ll add more as I find stuff while packing. Feel free to reblog/signal boost! :3 Or come buy stuff! :P

In case you guys missed it the first time ;)

p.s. my shipping fees are now $5 or less…. I did them wrong the first time. So if crazy shipping prices were keeping you from buying, know that I changed them!! (if you think my prices are insane or something just send me a message!! I need to get rid of this stuffffffff so I’m willing to negotiate haha) 

(via jtoday)

April212014

watching this week’s game of thrones… aka “i am mentally prepared to be pissed off, sigh, let’s get it over with”

2PM

cocksucking-accent:

jtoday:

have I mentioned that until like two weeks ago I thought “Wawa” was just hipster slang for wal-mart.

But now you’re a convert, right? Right?

uh we don’t have any ~wawa~’s around here. That’s a coast thing, or at least a big city thing. Sort of like Ikea and H&M, neither of which I have anywhere in my state lol. 

12PM

have I mentioned that until like two weeks ago I thought “Wawa” was just hipster slang for wal-mart.

10AM
2AM
vintageanchorbooks:

"Bored" by Margaret Atwood "All those times I was boredout of my mind. Holding the logwhile he sawed it. Holdingthe string while he measured, boards,distances between things, or poundedstakes into the ground for rows and rowsof lettuces and beets, which I then (bored)weeded. Or sat in the backof the car, or sat still in boats,sat, sat, while at the prow, stern, wheelhe drove, steered, paddled. Itwasn’t even boredom, it was looking,looking hard and up close at the smalldetails. Myopia. The worn gunwales,the intricate twill of the seatcover. The acid crumbs of loam, the granularpink rock, its igneous veins, the sea-fansof dry moss, the blackish and then the grayingbristles on the back of his neck.Sometimes he would whistle, sometimesI would. The boring rhythm of doingthings over and over, carryingthe wood, dryingthe dishes. Such minutiae. It’s whatthe animals spend most of their time at,ferrying the sand, grain by grain, from their tunnels,shuffling the leaves in their burrows. He pointedsuch things out, and I would lookat the whorled texture of his square finger, earth underthe nail. Why do I remember it as sunnierall the time then, although it more oftenrained, and more birdsong?I could hardly wait to getthe hell out of there toanywhere else. Perhaps thoughboredom is happier. It is for dogs orgroundhogs. Now I wouldn’t be bored.Now I would know too much.Now I would know.”

vintageanchorbooks:

"Bored" by Margaret Atwood

"All those times I was bored
out of my mind. Holding the log
while he sawed it. Holding
the string while he measured, boards,
distances between things, or pounded
stakes into the ground for rows and rows
of lettuces and beets, which I then (bored)
weeded. Or sat in the back
of the car, or sat still in boats,
sat, sat, while at the prow, stern, wheel
he drove, steered, paddled. It
wasn’t even boredom, it was looking,
looking hard and up close at the small
details. Myopia. The worn gunwales,
the intricate twill of the seat
cover. The acid crumbs of loam, the granular
pink rock, its igneous veins, the sea-fans
of dry moss, the blackish and then the graying
bristles on the back of his neck.
Sometimes he would whistle, sometimes
I would. The boring rhythm of doing
things over and over, carrying
the wood, drying
the dishes. Such minutiae. It’s what
the animals spend most of their time at,
ferrying the sand, grain by grain, from their tunnels,
shuffling the leaves in their burrows. He pointed
such things out, and I would look
at the whorled texture of his square finger, earth under
the nail. Why do I remember it as sunnier
all the time then, although it more often
rained, and more birdsong?
I could hardly wait to get
the hell out of there to
anywhere else. Perhaps though
boredom is happier. It is for dogs or
groundhogs. Now I wouldn’t be bored.
Now I would know too much.
Now I would know.”

(via kaylapocalypse)

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