I like this guy a lot
I like this guy a lot
So this happened yesterday and it really made my day. The girl I drew was like hundred times more beautiful than my drawing, she got those dope tattoos and piercing that i don’t have time to include in the drawing.
Ahhhhhhhh that’s really nice
Na. You have predators after you & you really need to call the cops.
You also probably arent acting your age , but thats a problem for a different post 😂
I’m 23 years old. Men old enough to be my father hit on me all the time.
At work a couple months ago, a man in his 50s came up to me and started telling me about how he saw me a few days ago and grossly explaining how fine he thought I was. He didn’t want to fuck off when I told him he was being inappropriate, he instead asked for my number. On another occasion at work, another man around the same age asked me if I need a sugar daddy. When I am at work, I am not acting like I’m in my 50s, I am minding my own business and doing my job.
Just yesterday while I was out jogging, a man in his 30s leaned out of his truck window to yell at me. When I am out jogging or walking, I am not acting like I’m in my 30s, or trying to attract the attention of men in their 30s, I am exercising.
When I was 19, a man in his 40s followed me across a shopping center while I bought art supplies for school between classes. He followed me, caught up to me, and asked me my age, and even upon hearing that I was decades younger than him, and a TEENAGER, he persisted and kept trying to give me his number to make plans with him. I wasn’t acting like I was 40, I was shopping for school supplies.
When I was 16, I was at the laundromat Waiting for my clothes to finish, and a man in his mid 20s/30s came up to me, into my personal space, and started hitting on me. When I told him I was only 16, he just asked me “so when do you turn 18?” And getting frustrated at my obvious discomfort. I was doing laundry, not vying for a grown man’s attention.
One thing all these older men have in common when they start bothering me, is that they start off with “you look kinda young, but…”. We as a society need to stop shifting the blame onto young women and girls. Very many men are predatory and purposely go for girls that are much younger than them for sick reasons. It has nothing to do with “acting your age”. If a 20-something y/o is going after girls in their mid teens, he is a creep and a predator. There’s no way around that. Creepy men need to be held accountable for their fucked up behavior.
Retro Game Room Version 2
I needed to patch the walls and paint, so I thought I might as well change it all up.
23 different consoles and handhelds, about 450 old games. Framemeister xrgb-mini upscaler so it doesn’t look bad on a new tv, handmade custom MAME cabinet, and a fuzzy chair and fuzzy carpet :)
A lot of work, and a lifetime of collecting!
And no girlfriend
In an incredible plot twist, I’m actually someone’s wife.
Reblogging for that gif
Always reblog cool video game wife
I just wanted you to know that I changed my Twitter name to “Cool Video Game Wife” (ﾉ´ヮ´)ﾉ*:･ﾟ✧
Stop abusing your boyfriends and yes what you are doing is abuse.
- Yelling at him in front of his friends
- Hitting or slapping him when he does or says something you don’t like
- Telling him he doesn’t have a choice when it comes to decisions that involve both of you
- Telling him he can’t hang out with friends because you don’t like him
- Telling him to not talk to other girls even if they are his friend
- Forcing him to spend every moment with you
- Belittling him and pointing out all his flaws
- Calling him stupid or making fun of him for making a mistake
- Threatening to break up with him if he doesn’t do what you want
- Being emotionally manipulative and crying until he does what you want
- Accusing him of cheating every time he’s not with you
- Blow up is phone if he doesn’t text you every five minutes
- Telling him you are the must thing that has ever happened to him and no one else will love
- Physically attacking him when ever you are mad
- Forcing him to have sex despite that fact that he said he didn’t want to
- Invading his privacy by going through his phone
- Getting mad at him for changing his password and demanding he tell you what it is
If a guy did any of these things to a girl it would be considered abuse but since its the other way around its considered normal. Throughout High school I saw many girl treating their boyfriends like shit. Sometime even physically abusing them in the hallways and no one trying to stop it because its a girl attacking a boy.
Boys: If your girlfriend does anything on this list leave her. It is abuse and you deserve better.
Girls: if you find your self doing anything on this list to your boyfriend you need to knock it off because you are being abusive.
My brother was abused by his babies mom and it started like this and escalated to child abuse and neglect.
You don’t deserve to be screamed at, ignored, or assaulted.
Not showing affection when she wants or not hugging her before class) or missing a phone call doesn’t warrant getting cussed out or hit.
Lol, I lost 5 followers from reblogging this. That’s fine, y'all can go
Does anyone else have like. Anxiety-related memory problems. Like, after you do something, you start wondering if you messed something up or did something wrong, and you get really anxious over possible mistakes you made and you genuinely can’t remember if you made those mistakes or not?
Like for example maybe you write someone a letter and then after sending it you start imagining you made some terrible mistake and despite the fact that you yourself wrote and proofread and sent it, you can’t remember if you did or not?
It happens to me a l o t and it’s terrible and scary because I can’t trust my own memories when I’m anxious
think about all the cute people you’ve seriously crushed on in class or the times you’ve looked at a stranger and realized how beautiful they looked in that moment, flecks of gold light hitting the tips of their eyelashes, deep in thought, rosy-cheeked and unknowingly captivating
now think about how many times that’s likely happened to you but no one voiced it. just like you have secretly admired others, others have admired you. someone has been silently overwhelmed with the uniqueness of your features or the smoothness of your voice. even though you might not always be told how beautiful you are, remember this. and maybe even tell someone the next fleeting compliment you have, because people aren’t reminded often enough just how beautiful they are
Once I had these ideas of someone who really, really exhibited black empowerment and independence. I couldn’t think of anyone who was more fitting than Master P. He’s someone I’ve always had a great deal of admiration for. I asked him to come in and speak for this one song, and he ended up being the most incredible storyteller. We ended up talking for an hour and a half, two hours. It was so natural and it was, literally, like being in a self-help seminar.