This was my favorite thing ever.
A Korean movie, addressing how ridiculous Korean dramas are, recycling the same twist and sad ending- and that one guy at the end is just like NOPE, I’M DONE, and storms off.
Read this shit loloh my gufkcing goisdflkja
That’s the type of shit that’ll get somebody killed.
"It’s like presenting a dog with a sirloin steak and expecting him not to eat it."
I presented my two dogs with an actual sirloin steak, then told them no.
Woofles didn’t even approach it when I set it down, as I hadn’t told him it was okay to do so.
Quinn approached it, completely ready to take it from the plate (as her manners are not yet as good as Woofles’ manners), was told no, and immediately backed off.
When Woofles heard the no, he turned away as well because he knew that steak was not for him to eat.
Notice how they didn’t ‘argue’, didn’t take it anyway, didn’t get aggressive, didn’t beg, or didn’t try to somehow persuade me that they should be able to have it.
They were told no, they backed off.
So, essentially, if you use that analogy to excuse rape, you’re saying you have less self control and fewer basic social manners than my two dogs.
That also probably means you should be neutered and kept on a leash.
Reblogging especially for that last line of that comment.
My biggest fear is letting myself down - or to fail. To not have done well enough. It sounds like everyone’s fear. But in all honesty - I am terrified. I don’t want someone to die because of me. I don’t want to have the feeling for the rest if my life that I could have done something to prevent it. I don’t want to know that I failed to do my job both as a lifeguard and a human being where I can help someone. I want to help people but I can’t help everybody. I absolutely do not want anyone to harm themselves when I could be stepping in. Everything is easier said than done though. I just wish I was stronger. I’m okay when people can trust and confide in me. But when it reaches to a point, I will have to break promises for your life and for mine. Because I don’t want to be the person living with guilt or the person performing CPR when I find you unconscious. I don’t want any that. But I always will in a heartbeat if I have to.
It’s amazing how much lifeguarding has taught me as a human being. This post is a ramble of thoughts since I can’t sleep and it’s 2:40am but when I reread it … I think “Wow. This is as if I’m working and I find someone passive.” But now it’s with a friend who found that life isn’t all that great. It’s almost as if I’m watching someone drown … and I feel so helpless that I can’t help them as I would at a pool.
2:44am thoughts - let me rest.
"Shit white guys say to Asian girls"
has anyone noticed clark kent looks a little bit like superman?
Don’t be ridiculous. Superman doesn’t wear glasses.
I keep telling you guys: he takes them off when he transforms.
That doesn’t make any sense, he wouldn’t be able to see.
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