At least then you'll die knowing you were the best goddamn troll to ever grace this earth.
I never got "the talk" either. But, in my family, we all basically just ignore things like "sex" and "puberty" and stuff and pretend they don't exsist. I really don't know why, but it's some sort of an implied tabboo in my household.
It's actually kind of funny, because when when we're in the car and something about sex comes on the radio we all just fall silent and stare ahead of us without looking at eachother. And then someone awkwardly says something like "SO. UM YEAH WHEN WE GET TO THE RESTAURANT LET'S ALL WASH OUR HANDS, OKAY?" really loudly so as to "subtly" drown some of the radio out.
Every once in a while, when I'm thinking of something embarrassingly stupid, I get really paranoid that there are mind readers around. But then I immediately think "Stop being stupid, obviously no one can read minds". Then I imagine mind readers in the room chuckling and thinking "Ha, she's so stupid. Just listen to her try to convince herself we don't exist! She'll never know . . . ". So I end up internally screaming "GET OUT OF MY HEAD!" a few times, just in case.
Anyone born between 1980 and the early 2000's (if not later) knows this theme song. And if you were born in the 90s, you most likely didn't even watch this show while it was still making new episodes (it aired from 1990 to 1996). Stop acting as if 90s kids are part of some
elite club and that we were the only people to ever experience older pop culture references like The Fresh Price of Bel-Air.
As a 90s kid myself: Please shut up about how awesome growing up in the 90s was. We get it.
It's when you have nothing written on your amirite wall, and then some assertive mothertrucker comes along and leaves you your very first message without even having the decency to take you out to dinner beforehand.
"Severus Snape is one of the kindest, bravest, gentlest, sexiest men I have ever met."
Is that a wand in your pocket, or are you just happy to see me?
You goin' to bed? Mind if I Slytherin? ;)
Allie's works heaps better!
And then Hitler happened . . .
I immediately thought Uganda and Ukraine, but I'm ashamed to say the United States wouldn't have crossed my mind if I hadn't read the comments . . .
Yes, but it took the Invisible Children organization nine years of persistant effort to get this much recognition. No one cared two years ago, because no one realIy knew. When I first saw the Invisible Children movie last year (the acual movie, not the Kony 2012 one), I knew next to nothing about Uganda. If people start making a big deal out of the situation in the Middle East, then people will recognize the issue and fight to help those children. You can't blame people for not acting on a situation they didn't know existed.
Hans Christian Andersen's The Little Mermaid.
Where are you getting your scientific/biological information? Because it seems as if you're making this up.
"We only need . . . Hmmm, let's say . . . 50% water in our bodies! Yeah, sounds good to me! Let's go with that and pass it off as a valid hypothesis."
Well, according to my sources, not much will change but we'll live underwater.
An even weirder thought: A bunch of people in China have my family photos.
Long story short: Went to China, people were pretty excited to see black people, and lots of pictures were taken.