don’t c r y
m e r c y
I know what to step away from and what to engage with. I am learning. I am not deaf to criticism. I keep an eye. (x)
i dont understand the stereotype that women are obsessed with shoes, like have u ever met a high school boy
I’ve received over 20 fan mail in an hour with the title “Check This Out” followed by a TinyURL link. When clicked on the link, you get a “Tumblr” login page saying your session has expired.
Do not enter your login information and delete the fan mail, since it is a phishing attempt to gain access to your account.
Being an adult isn’t necessarily about maturity versus immaturity; I know plenty of people over and under the age of forty who have ridiculous senses of humor that you normally wouldn’t find in someone that the school system labels as a “grown-up”. Take most comedians, for example. Do you think half the jokes they throw out are mature or considered to be a sure sign of education and personal growth? No. They’re jokes. Because they’re funny, they make people laugh. I don’t know a single adult who isn’t still a kid deep down, because at the end of the day when bills can’t get paid and your car’s low on gas and the insurance company won’t lower your rate even though you can’t find a full-time job to make up for rent and food expenses, being a kid is all you really have.
Unless you’re emancipated and living outside of your parent’s house, which I doubt considering you’re a child of fourteen years, you’ve never paid bills, bought your own food, paid rent, had a driver’s license, owned your own car, had a job, been a college student, dealt with roommate situations, focused on time or money management; you know next to nothing about what it means to be an adult, to have personal responsibility. And I don’t say that to be condescending or patronizing. With all of those things comes an experience you can’t get just by hearing about them. Also, I hope you don’t walk away from this thinking that I’m calling you an idiot or “just another naive teenager”, because you’re right; there are very mature teens and very immature adults. But with the personal responsibility of dealing with other adults on a daily basis, living in the real world without a parental figure to hold your hand and tell you how to do things comes a certain maturity all on it’s own; the kind that doesn’t call people liars or losers for believing in things you might be very for or very against, the kind that respects humans simply because as humans we all go through struggles that end in results that become our identity, the kind that never treats anyone rudely no matter who they love or what they look like or believe in because every single person in the world has sat alone at night crying because they didn’t want to grow up. If you haven’t yet, you will. Because it’s a big scary world out there and you don’t get that first-hand experience through the words your parents say or the posts someone makes on a social media site. You get it by living it, by getting the personal responsibility skills it takes to become an accomplished adult regardless of whether or not you’re mature or childish.
Also, on a final note, going into someone’s inbox and saying “fuck you” tells me that wow, you’re SO ready for that responsibility. Let me know how that works out for you.
i was watching taker’s return and i had to gif this moment of paul heyman
what r u lookin at