Short-Hair

So I was sitting in the cafeteria today, and there was this cute girl hanging out with her friends. She had short hair, so my immediate reaction was that she’s gay. But then I thought to myself “I shouldn’t judge people by their haircuts. She could be straight person who’s trying to live her life the way she chooses and refuses to accept the per-defined style trends of mainstream society…”

But then her girlfriend came over and they started to cuddle and then the sterotypes presented by society were confirmed.

You say “ratchet”, I say “creative”.

You say “ratchet”, I say “creative”.

The worst thing the internet ever did was turn social justice into just another fandom. — Gabriel Morton (via salty-ebert)
Not every introvert is waiting for the day Zooey fucking Deschanel kicks in their door and drags them to a roller rink. — Yahtzee Crowshaw (via footballintuxedos)

The worst part about over-dramatized shock comedy is that now most of my friends will bring things up out of context and make them sound entirely worse then they are in-context.

EX:

Me- “Sometimes I think about how people usually joke about how Women have to sit down and take a minute to pee and Men just stand up and go in less then a few seconds. But after one awkward poo on an Amtrack train I realized: at least Women don’t have anything that can flop down onto the rim of a toilet…”

Them - “Hey Michael remember that time you were talking about the Ball sack on the Amtrack train?” And then I die a little inside. 

To the cute, pale, redheaded girl who I bonded over Fallout 3 with on the first day of your second semester, 2014:

I will be eternally depressed that I couldn’t find the Steam ID you gave me, and that given our majors and the size of our school, I’ll probably never see you again.

Farewell.

smidgeonnn:

"Did you shoot your way through your problems?"

smidgeonnn:

"Did you shoot your way through your problems?"

Virtually everyone I talked with for this article noted that Wikipedians are the kind of people who devote themselves to repetitive tasks, who have an aggressive and relentless fascination with minutiae and idiosyncratic pursuits. (Skeptical? Check out the number of pages devoted to trains.) — Judith Newman - The New York Times 1/9/2014
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