my recovery path is one that i think only i have and its frustrating but it is what it is. god gives his hardest battles to his sexiest and most favourite children -maxx
how do people listen to videos and music and etc out loud in public. i don't even feel right doing it in my apartment
I feel like there should be a word for an age that's between teenage and adult. Ya know what I mean? I don't feel like the word "adult" describes me. Yes, I am 22 years old, but I feel like I still look like a highschooler or something, ya know? Like, I feel like you don't become an adult until youre like 40 or something right? Is there just not a word in the English language for it or is there no word at all in the universe?
forgot how much happens in this show this fasst lmao
draw to adopts feel like. a scam i think.
I really want to find whoever started this idea that Black women going to the doctor is like Black men going to the cops like...EXCUSE ME????
“It feels like forever since I left the dorm..”
Wait how long had it been really?
When did he last eat?
need to finish a few things first, but! Based on how much I enjoyed reading the last one, I’m going to read another Tolkien paper by the same author tonight. That is, if I manage to do everything I have to in time.
Saw this one was open access, so I can just share the link; https://www.academia.edu/44469855/The_Authors_of_Middle_Earth_Tolkien_and_the_Mystery_of_Literary_Creation
The Authors of Middle Earth: Tolkien and the Mystery of Literary Creation, Giuseppe Pezzini.
Who wrote The Lord of the Rings ? And The Hobbit ? And The Silmarillion ? And in general, who is the author of the large corpus of texts, published or unpublished, which give life to Middle Earth's imaginarium ? To answer ‘J.R.R. Tolkien’ would not only mean to miss a crucial feature of the literary fabric of these books, which associates them with a long-standing literary tradition, from James’ The Turn of the Screw to Manzoni's The Betrothed. More importantly, such an answer would mean to overlook an important dimension of Tolkien's poetics, grounded in his literary convictions, and ultimately rooted in his deep Christian faith. The aim of this article is to try to give a more precise answer to the above questions, and thereby discuss some of the literary sophistication of Tolkien's works, unjustly obscured by their commercial success, as well as delve into the depths of his Christian poetics.
would be fun if some other people read it as well so we can talk about it! :))
it’s about 34 pages, but don’t let that stop you-- he cites at the bottom of each page, sometimes at length. So it’s a bit shorter than it looks (unless you read every citation, that is).
tell me bakugo’s scene with todoroki and the chives doesn’t perfectly describe his character
ig I have to be selective with who I follow now cause some ppl on jjk twt post leaks like it’s the bnha fandom😭💀
it's so funny when people claim shipping emily prentiss with a man is ‘erasing her sexuality’ but those same people will also conveniently forget there's a whole spectrum of sexuality and claim emily can only be lesbian. make it make sense thanks
Rewatching 3.0 + 1.0 and the lionization of Kaji is still really weird
Nothing kills the vibe quite like non explicit lyrics
this white girl in my asian american feminism class who's a senior said she's taking this because she's never taken an ethnic studies class but as her like dream job she will be working w prisoners (i totally zoned out when she mentioned what but i really hope it's not like as a fucking guard or something) so she wanted to take a class on people of color like NOW you're thinking about it??? btw she's defo just taking this for the ethnic studies requirement
did anyone else get that one post “based off their likes” because.
I think a lot about when being trans first became more commonly talked about and hearing local conservative bigot on the radio saying “if we let people identify as the opposite gender, what will we do when people say they wanna be called as they because they FEEL they are multiple people!!” at the time I heard that said I thought no dummy trans people just use he/she pronouns like the rest of us!
then after finding out about nb folks who use they/them pronouns my mind went back to that argument and I thought no dummy, you can use they/them in a singular way just as you would if you’re describing a concept of a person with no gender in mind for them, or a person who’s gender you don’t know!
and then finding out about system stuff I thought actually yeah people do use they/them because they ARE multiple people!!
it just feels like the anti lgbt “Chr*st*an” arguments are more about arguing for your right to make fun of people you don’t understand than anything to do with religion. not like that is new info but it becomes more and more obvious all the time
just saw a reel on Instagram of this guy explaining to people how to buy things from websites and then resell them via Amazon for more money and he called it passive income????? bestie that's called scam 😭😭😭
yo is it just me or do other ppl see red whenever blurr is shipped with someone but that partner interpreted to be like "okay shut up blurr I hate it when you talk too much" & blurr seems to just be fine with this