I’ve decided to send out one last post before I get back on track of getting ready for my trip. This post is going to be about parenting. While I know I’m not a parent, I do know how it feels to be parented and when my mom parents me she is strict. She makes mistakes and I don’t want to make those mistakes because I know how it feels to be on the receiving end of it.
When I become a parent some day, let’s say I do, there are things my mom does with me that I won’t do with my kids. First off, I’m going to think about how my “no” will affect my child. My mom says no a lot, and often when she does it affected my being a kid.
When I was nine years old I wasn’t allowed to run around the church like all of the other nine year olds. My mom expected me to sit and be quite until church started. It was boring and I felt left out because all the other kids were having fun and I was stuck with my mom.
Because of her no, I spent the majority of my life with adults instead of children. I was forced to grow up too fast. Another thing I won’t do is think of myself. My mom hates people. She is not a people person. That also means she’s not the biggest fan of other people’s kids. When it came down to it, my list of close friends was short because she didn’t let me spend a lot of time with my friends.
I’m not going to prevent my kids from being kids. Kids are going to make mistakes, and if you coddle them they won’t be able to make mistakes and learn from them. It’s important to put your children in a safe environment where they are free to make mistakes and learn. They aren’t going to learn everything with you teaching them. They have to learn from life or else they will never live in life.
Another thing my mom did was spank me. I don’t agree with spanking. Especially if you are angry when you spank your child. It teaches them that it’s okay to react in violence when you are angry. It makes them fearful of you that you are going to hurt them when you are angry.
It’s okay to be angry but when you are punishing your kids you really need to check yourself. You’re goal isn’t to scare them, it’s to teach them.
Since a lot of people seems to be confused about it, here is what the different fights in civil war were actually about:
Lagos: A group of terrorists (led by Rumlow) was trying to steal a bioweapon that could kill millions. Steve, Sam, Wanda, and Natasha were trying to stop them.
Bucharest: The government had sent out a swat team to kill Bucky (for something they didn't have evidence that he had done) + T’challa was trying to kill Bucky because he thought he had killed his father. Bucky was trying to survive and escape + Steve and Sam were trying to help Bucky survive
Berlin: Zemo had reactivated Bucky’s mind-control and ordered him to cause a distraction and escape. Everyone else were trying to stop him
Airport: Team Cap were trying to get to the quinjet to go to Siberia to stop Zemo from releasing and using a hydra supersoldier death squad. Team Ironman were trying to stop and arrest them (apart from T’challa, who was just there to kill Bucky)
Siberia: Tony was trying to murder Bucky because hydra had mind-controlled him into killing Tony’s parents. Bucky was trying to survive, escape, and protect Steve. Steve was trying to protect Bucky, survive, and calm down Tony.
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a question in loyalty
characters: tachibana hinata x afab!reader
cw: cheating, slightly toxic reader, strap usage, reader smokes, takemichi slander lol
a/n: been dying to write toxic reader, idk if ppl like it maybe i’ll do other characters
the sound of rustling clothes fills the room as you pressed hina against the soft duvet. lips meeting in a hungry kiss, both of you unable to keep your hands off the other.
you hummed against her lips, god. “so sweet, hina. always tastes so damn sweet,” you purred out, reaching out a hand to cup a breast over her lacy camisole, you could feel her hardened nipple through the fabric. tracing a feather-light circle around it, you watched hina arch her back into your touch, lips trembling slightly as she feels her pussy ache in need.
“please,” she whimpered, already reaching down to pull her panties off, exposing her dripping cunt to your hungry eyes. shucking off your clothes, you’ve never seen hina this urgent, usually savouring the foreplay.
“why the hurry, princess?” princess. hina feels her body burned at the petname, “please,” she repeats, “please, hurry. want you, need your cock.” breathless from arousal, she was surprised herself at the neediness in her voice. but just watching you put on the strap has her pussy tightening, getting ahead of herself and imagining how good it’d feel when you push in. she groans, curling her toes to stave off the rush of pleasure as you line the cockhead at her entrance.
but you don’t move, cock still kissing her pussy lips as hina begins to wiggle her hips, attempting to get you in her. leaning over her body, you tease “tell me how much you want it, hina baby,” and she gasps desperately. way past the point of caring, she cries out how much she needs it, want your cock to stretch and fill her to the brim. waited so long for this and now that it’s right in front of her she couldn’t keep her composure.
a part of her feels the guilt building up from begging for a cock that wasn’t her husband’s. her wedding vows flitting through her mind, ‘to always stay loyal’. and yet now as she feels her pussy walls being stretched around the plastic cock, bottoming out inside her; the guilt melts away into pleasure. the voice of reason silenced as you brush a spot inside her that has her body shuddering.
“you know, sweetheart, even if you never speak a word about your husband—whoever he might be—the fact that you’re here right now, pussy sucking my cock like you’ve never been fucked properly in your life,” you chuckle at the thought, “tells me everything i need to know about him.”
drawing back, you pull hina up by her hips, lifting her lower half off the bed as you begin to piston your own hips. now with better leverage, your thrusts were reaching even deeper spots within her, your eyes drinking in the sight of her pretty pussy taking in the plastic dildo.
hina barely grasped what you said, something about never being fucked properly? despite her love for her husband, she can’t help but agree. legs hanging limply over your forearms, broken moans bubbled from her throat. her hands gripped the sheets for dear life, as the heat between her legs grew unbearable; orgasm racing towards her.
“close, princess?” hina whimpered, nodding timidly as she squeezed her eyes shut. takemichi could never tell if i was close or not, she thought despite herself. “hm, cum whenever you feel like,” your thumb drawing figure eights on her clit, “you’ve been such a good girl.”
and just like that, the dam breaks and hina’s body convulses. she keens needily as waves of pleasure runs through her, her walls clenching tightly around your cock. and with her orgasm, the stress and tension of the past weeks fades away—tensed muscles now relaxing in your grasp.
the cold winter wind rustles your hair, taking the cigarette smoke with it as it goes. you hear the balcony door slide open behind you, “ah, look who’s finally awake.”
hina clicks her tongue, “you should quit smoking, it’s bad for your health.”
a minuscule twitch of your eyebrow is all you show in annoyance at her comment; not that she could see with your back to her. putting on your signature laid back expression, you turned to face her, unkind words bubbling to the surface.
“are you looking to be my wife? worrying so much about my health- ohh right!” cutting yourself off as you feigned realisation, “you’re already married…” trailing off, you see hina’s expression harden. you knew it was a sore spot for her.
“you’re such a fucking asshole.”
taking a drag of your cigarette, you pushed off the balcony railing and leaned closer to the married woman. “and yet you keep coming back to me, need i remind you who sought who out here?” eyes narrowed and voice low, cigarette smoke escaping your mouth with every word.
you pushed past her, crushing your used cigarette in the ash tray before putting your clothes back on. “oh by the way, i’ll pay for the room. can’t have your precious husband wondering why there’s a bill for a love hotel, yes?”
hearing the click of the bedroom door, hina finally lets out the sob she’s been holding in. wrapping her arms around herself but it wasn’t the biting wind that bothered her. she laments her self-inflicted plight, just how did things come to this?
it's not that i hate toxic people, it's just that i hate when i'm not the toxic one
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rohan has got to be the most toxic man in all of jojos bizarre adventure
I think being gaslighted in most of my friendships from childhood is what actually fucked me up tbh
i avoid powerscaling as much as possible but it's funny when people underestimate sakura in hinata v sakura powerscaling discussions and be like, "sakura will be hit by twin lion fists and have her chakra points drained blablabla she'll have her byakugou seal shut down by the gentle fist"
as if she didn't learn evasion from tsunade and demonstrated this during her battle with sasori (to the point where sasori compared her to a hawk and granny chiyo said that sakura wouldn't need her help) and as if she doesn't have anything else for her aside from punching when she has her big brain, katsuyu, and her knowledge on poisons
then it takes a turn for the worse when shippers find it and make it into ss vs nh or when toxic hinata stans find it and be like "hinata may not be the most powerful but she bagged the most powerful husband" and im like ???
or those that bring up who would be more powerful between nh or ss where nh defeated toneri or whatever breaking the moon in half or whatever feat that involved them in the last and how ss had nothing and again im like???
i love both girls and both ships but really i just want a decent and objective powerscaling discussion geez
When you can't move on and your writing skills are horrible...
Darkness and light can co-exist just like my love for you and your hate for me.
For two years now, to walk into a grocery store barefaced has been to risk soliciting dirty stares, at least in some parts of the country. But walk in with your face covered by a thin piece of fabric, preferably with some vaguely woke slogan, that you got overpriced on Etsy? You’re golden.
But when sensible observers tried to point that out, the Big Tech-media cabal gleefully slapped them with “fact” “checks.”
When The Federalist ran the headline “Many Studies Find That Cloth Masks Do Not Stop Viruses Like COVID” in November 2020, Lead Stories attempted to “fact-check” the piece, slapping a red “masks work” label over a screenshot of the original article.
The “fact-check” even cited data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) about the effectiveness of masks against COVID-19, where the CDC insisted, “Cloth masks not only effectively block most large droplets (i.e., 20-30 microns and larger), but they can also block the exhalation of fine droplets and particles,” and “cloth mask materials can also reduce wearers’ exposure to infectious droplets through filtration.”
It was “the first time the C.D.C. has explicitly addressed” the relative ineffectiveness of cloth masks, according to The New York Times.
The agency’s concession comes on the heels of admissions from people like CNN’s Leana Wen that “cloth masks are not appropriate for this pandemic.”
This latest reversal in a long line of trust-eroding flip-flops means a victory lap is well deserved by people like Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul, who was censored by Google-owned YouTube for suggesting that cloth masks don’t work and N95s do. It’s also deserved by everyone who refused to hang a piece of useless fabric from their ears at every restaurant, store, and airport for the sole purpose of fitting into the popular political narrative.
But taking a deserved victory lap shouldn’t keep us from anticipating the reason the CDC, CNN, and others are quietly shifting the talking points and hoping we’ll forget their track record. We can’t let them memory-hole their old narrative, but we also can’t afford to be fooled into the coming narrative that everyone from kindergarteners to marching bands must now strap on a medical-grade N95 mask until this never-ending pandemic ends.
It’s already happening in Los Angeles County, where the Los Angeles Times noted a “big push for Californians to switch to N95 or KN95 masks” as an updated county health order that went into effect Monday requires employers to provide not just masks for their employees but “a well-fitting medical grade mask, surgical mask or higher-level respirator, such as an N95 filtering facepiece respirator or KN95.”
Nor does it mean we should let the COVID bureaucrats get away with mandating N95s, considering every other COVID mandate handed down for the past two years has proven ineffective.
COVID demands a risk-benefit analysis that varies widely from situation to situation and person to person. If you’re in a particularly high-risk situation — say, you have the sniffles but you’re going to visit your immuno-compromised grandmother in an assisted living facility — and you want to take extra precaution, you can stay home or wear an N95. If you’re young and healthy and going out to eat with a group of friends — or sitting in a classroom, or going on a jog, or anything else — and you don’t want to wear a mask, don’t.
But mandating N95 masks for every activity of normal life, to ward off a mild variant of a virus that poses little risk to many Americans by the CDC’s own admission, is just as senseless as lugging around the useless cloth muzzles we’ve been told to keep in our cars and pockets for 22 months.
The one closes can hate you STOP BEING Tolerated￼
Guys, guys! Why don't you just chill...and kill it? :3