I hate when guys do something half way decent and say “chivalry is not dead” okay go joust for my honor I hope you fall off your horse you weird asshole
Politeness and basic human decency =/= chivalry
Also it is not up do you to decide how nice other people think you are
"that was supposed to be funny but my mom turned it into a life lesson and started yelling at me" - a memoir
(Source: hazlegrace, via epic-humor)
That annoying moment when a package says “easy open” and you need scissors, a knife, a gun, and a life saber to open it
And you slice your fingers all to pieces fighting with it
(Source: imovedsomewhere, via epic-humor)
Because teenagers need eight to nine hours of sleep, waking up at 6 a.m. can lead to a pattern of sleep deprivation. And that puts them at higher risk of a whole range of potential problems, from depression to automobile accidents. Now, some parents are pushing for later school day start times.
If you had to get up at bloody 6AM every day and work for 10+ hours, you’d be damn depressed too.
My teenage life.
Corporate America has got us all shaming poor people.
A simple article about a McDonald’s worker who is unable to purchase food there (not that you should) turned into a free-for-all about that woman’s choices as opposed to a critique on the corporate practices that keep her poor. Why do we continue to place blame on poor people for being poor and refuse to turn the focus on the billion-dollar companies they work for that magnify their profits based on YOUR taxes? Can we make poor-shaming a thing? We have shaming for everything else apparently, but the one that most directly affects the largest majority of us slips under the radar because we like to be able to point to someone and say they’re doing worse than we are.