- aspiring pharmacist.
- newyork (upstate/western).
- in love with a boy named ryan ❤.
just a girl trying to fulfill her dreams.
me coming back to mcdonalds in the same day
I edited the theme myself! Message me off private and I can give it to you.
I’ll post them!
I wish I was the type of person to just be like, YOU KNOW WHAT?
I don’t care what you think of me! You can say anything you want about me and I will live my life like you didn’t just tell everyone I’m a stuck up bitch.
But I’m not that type of person. As much as I hate to admit it, it really does bother me when people say things about me and tell lies about me. Why? Because they usually end up telling everyone and embed these terrible thoughts about me into their heads so that these people, who have never met me, have this preconceived notion about who I am.
And I really can’t do anything about it but get bothered by it. It sucks. Sometimes, I feel like I need to explain myself to people so that they don’t judge me on the words others have said, but that’s so impractical.
One thing that I hate so much about Twitter, or any social media, really, is that people just sit back and wait for you to say something you’ll regret. Everyone makes mistakes and they know it, so they wait around until you say something ridiculous and then shame you for it.
I don’t care if someone sent nudes or said something ridiculous online. Maybe they were in a bad mood. Maybe the person sent the photos to someone they really trusted and loved. You don’t know why the person did it, so don’t automatically assume the worst about the person.
YOU GET WHERE I’M GOING WITH THIS?
If you don’t like what someone does or says, keep it to yourself, or simply ASK the person why they did it. Don’t ever gang up on them and ridicule them for what they’ve done. God forbid they did something to hurt themselves over it. Then what would you do?
That’s right. You’d feel like a judgmental prick.
Disclaimer: Notice how I said “people” do this. I am a person. I am not secluded, which means I am not innocent. I have done this, and I feel terrible for it. I know how it feels when people bash you via Internet.
this is a commercial
it has a bigger moral than 99% of movies
HEY I understood the Thai! But 4realtho this made me cry
when you find a pen that glides across the page like its ink is the tears of Jesus
America as seen by an Australian.
Australia as seen by an American.
Oh my god, you put the capital on the wrong side of the country!
LOL @ Washington, D.C. being in Washington state’s place. And yeah the Australia as seen by an American photo is pretty accurate. Just add Nemo.
Exactly! I feel like sometimes people also just wait around until you explode and say something out of line so that they can ridicule you for that one time you do.
Whenever I make mistakes or say things that are out of line, people make huge deals out of it and make it seem like it’s such an absurd thing to do. I’m not going to apologize for being human; I get angry over things. I’m not always in a good mood. I’m not always perfectly happy. I’m not always having a flawless day and interacting with flawless people. Jeeze, people need to realize that everyone, even people whose lives seem perfect, is not going to have a good day every single day. We say things we don’t mean. We’re all out of line sometimes. We’re all rude sometimes. Get over it.
No matter what it is, I compare myself to other people. If I see someone else getting into medical/pharmacy school or even getting a brand new luxury car from their parents, I always somehow feel bad about myself. It’s ridiculous, I know, but it’s human nature. I always think other people have it better than me and that my life is awful, but in reality, my life is actually quite perfect in a sense. I was born a pretty fortunate child. I may not be a stunning model or someone who’s extremely well off with millions at my disposal, but I have a roof over my head and food to eat every single day, and that should be enough. It’s just so often that kids, including myself, aren’t as grateful for the things that they have. We see people who have better things than us, and we can’t help but feel unlucky. The best that we can do is try to appreciate everything that we do have and work extremely hard for the things that we want to have.
Thank you! I appreciate all of the kind words. I use “PicFx” and “Over.”