neriede replied to your post: mjschooley replied to your post: Goodbye Internet…
Whoa, whoa, wait, does this have something to do with your parents??? D:
If I can’t see you and interact with you in person, you’re not real. The relation is not real. You are a ghost.
What? What’s that supposed to mean? Are you leaving?
Yes, I am leaving
Internet friendships apparently mean nothing in the end
people are getting seriously angry over the xbox one reversal stuff because “people whined and ruined an innovative console”
ah yes. the innovation of not actually owning the games i pay money for. a sad day for the gaming industry
rebloggable, as requested :)
this is the most accurate description of how awful periods are that i have ever read. *slow applauds*
LADIES I APOLOGIZE FOR MEN EVERYWHERE FOR NOT UNDERSTANDING THIS, I AM SO VERY, VERY, SORRY
Oh, my God.
I am a guy. I had no idea.
I’m trying to picture how it would be for men.
…I WOULD NEVER WANT TO PISS BLOOD AND INTERNAL SKIN.
I AM ETERNALLY SORRY FOR YOUR SUFFERING.
I WILL BUY MY GIRLFRIEND/WIFE/DAUGHTER/WOMEN IN MY LIFE WHATEVER FOOD/PADS/WHATEVER SHE NEEDS FOR THE REST OF FOREVER.
Note that not all periods are that bad (I am one of the lucky girls who almost never get cramps. Further, my period usually starts off slowly enough so I discovery it in time to arm myself with pads and avoid getting blood all over my bed for the most part) but when they are bad, they are REALLY bad.
I think every woman has other problems during periods. I, for example, get immense cravings for chocolate, getting diarrhea and am feeling unusually tired. And I’m lucky. My periods are child’s play compared to that of some other women I know.
Having two X Chromosomes is suffering.
I end up not eating instead of being extremely hungry. But the pain is the same. I also happen to have issues with my internal body temperature as I can suddenly feel really hot and sweaty or fucking shivering and freezing… IN A FLORIDA HOUSE.
I hate my period.
so someone once called my old english teacher immature (because at this point he was spinning around on a wheely chair) and he said:
“Yeah, but the truth is we never really grow up. We just masquerade as adults because that’s what we’re expected to do.”
and to this day that is the single most profound thing i have ever heard uttered by someone dicking around on a swivel chair