dunner* posted a quote
September 30, 2015 4:53am EDT
I'm not the friend that tells you that you are making a stupid decision when you care so much about it. I support said stupid decision and will follow you through with it. We will both look like idiots. But heck, we did it together.
I think it's disturbing that on some published books and on some casual writings online people think that a stockholme syndrome/abusive relationship constitutes the makings of a good love story. Two words. It doesn't.
I think it's totally unfair to get mad at anyone for their preference in gender and appearance. It's biology. If someone has a preference towards a certain ethnicity, body type, and gender it's not their fault if they say they don't like the opposite of their preference.
When you see two people who are going out or want to but they can't express their affections and so they just look at each other. Y'all know that tension's real. But when you just happen to be RIGHT in the middle of that. HOLY FLAVORED FUDGE IT'S THE MOST AWKWARD AND INTENSE CRAP.
I remember chilling with my two honest to goodness Asian friends drinking starbucks in California and we were so relaxed one of them removed her flats and propped her feet on the bench. She was messing around with her feet until a group of boys riding a go cart drive by, look at us, smile, and carry on. I and my other friend didn't mind this at all and just slurped our drinks. But the one who had her feet propped up got all flustered when they drove by and started hurriedly shoving her feet in her flats and trying to look good. Being me, I gave her a look. She realizes what she's done and says in a hushed embarrassed tone, "I'm REALLY into white boys okay?"
dunner* posted a quote
December 27, 2014 4:14am EST
"He's singing about how stories are beautiful lies we tell ourselves, because we cant bear the harshness of reality ALL the time. Stories like OTGW, where the characters face great danger, beat the odds, battle strange powers, and win and set it all right for the inhabitants of The Unknown -- just don't happen in the real world. But we NEED to hear such tales, because we need to keep hope that we can do even a little of the same. THE most wonderful lies are a good story told with friends." (by: whatthehellpeople i give credit where it's due)