Lunedì, Settembre 1, 2014

marilyhearts ha risposto: No. Being withdrawn doesn’t mean you couldn’t have friends and it definitely doesn’t mean that you should be picked on.

ha-yehudi ha risposto: No. NONE of this is your fault.

Yeah I thought the same but my mum’s reasoning is that no one likes me because I give off the impression that I want to be alone, no one can be bothered to be my friend.

She’s always told me this and I’ve always thought it’s stupid reasoning. I still do. But I have literally not had friends since year 4 in primary school. I go to uni, a music college where I should fit in, and I still can’t make friends and I still have people treating me like shit as they did before. So I wonder if it could explain it?

Mum says it’s my fault that I’ve never had friends and it’s my fault I get pick on and people hate me. She says it’s because I’m so withdrawn - I’m withdrawn because nasty people make me so!

Is it possible she could be right? That all this is my fault?

Quick poll!!

soulofshekhem:

Pro-life women, would you be able to date or marry a man who supports infanticide/abortion?

Me, personally, I know I wouldn’t.

Please give a yes or no answer and reasons why. Thank you!

I could date and marry a man who supports abortion, even though it is a difference of opinion on murder (I mean I was pro-choice before I read into it). The only thing is if I got pregnant then he must not ask me to abort our child because a) I wouldn’t and b) I would find it quite upsetting that he seems not only content but willing for me to end his child’s life.

And if he ran off and refused to pay child support or be a dad, I’d find him and twist his nuts until he did it.

That’s the IDF Gaza doesn’t want you to see.

(Fonte: ohcarlesmycarles)

put a letter in my ask

  • ‎A - Available?
  • B - Birthday?
  • C - Crushing on?
  • D - Drink you last had?
  • E - Easiest person to talk to?
  • F - Favourite song?
  • G - Grade i hated?
  • H - Hometown?
  • I - Icecream flavour?
  • J - Jellybean flavour?
  • K - Killed someone?
  • L- Longest friendship?
  • M - Milkshake flavour?
  • N - Number of siblings?
  • O - One wish?
  • P - Person who called me last?
  • Q - Question your always asked?
  • R - Reason to smile?
  • S - Song i last sung?
  • T - Time you woke up?
  • U - Umbrella colour?
  • V - Very best friend?
  • W - Which celebrity i’d marry?
  • X - X rays i had?
  • Y - Your last time you cried?
  • Z - Zodiac sign?

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September starts today, which makes me so happy because autumn is my favourite season. It’s just when I’m happiest. I love the weather cooling down, starting a new term, moving into a new flat, having quite a quiet term in terms of lessons but actually having a lot of stuff to do. And also, my thing. The only bad thing about autumn is it means winter’s coming, which means my thing starts and I have it til May ish. Great.

Still I’m just going to try and make the most of happy time before sad time starts. 

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When guys are into me and I don’t feel the same way, I hate actually telling them I don’t feel that way.

So this time I actually tried putting him off so I wouldn’t have to. I tell him something I think will make him hate me…and the reply is “I like you even more now.”

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freeplanetickettonorthkorea:

padalecki-party:

blackichigo1:

LMAOOO HAHAHA

this was the greatest joke I have ever heard

OMG LOL

(Fonte: sizvideos)

Domenica, Agosto 31, 2014

(Fonte: eretzyisrael)

sorryyoucanttwerkwithus:

gayzionist:

nasheed-to-Mawta :

My father got killed, my brother got arrested, my mother died When She smelled the tear gas for 3 days straight acerca, and now I’m homeless ‘family-less’ … I say yes to the world, I’m the terrorist … ^ that’s how people live in Gaza.

In the weeks leading up to Operation Protective Edge, 3.5 million Israelis were living under constant rocket fire from Gaza. That’s about 44% of the entire population of Israel.[x] 
If Gaza’s attacks had been on the United States, 138.1 million innocent people would have been in danger of being blown to pieces, having their homes destroyed, and would be suffering from shock and disrupted daily life thanks to Hamas terrorists.
See? I can play with numbers too. 
PS: If Israel had dropped the equivalent of an atomic bomb on Gaza, then neither Israel nor Gaza would still exist. Use your head.

PS if let’s say Mexico was run by a terrorist group that clearly state in their charter that their main goal is to obliterate the United States and the rest of the western world. And let’s say Mexico would fire even one rocket into the United States. And let’s even say that that one rocket didn’t actually kill a US citizen. The United States would immediately declare war on Mexico and fight 100000 times stronger than Israel. The United States would also probably not call, text, or drop leaflets before an airstrike. The United States probably wouldn’t send warning shots or call off attacks if too many civilians are present. The United States would probably not continue to provide aid whether that be in the form of water, electricity, or medicine. And lastly above all that I’m sure Mexican-Americans would be treated like dirt because of the situation and maybe even put into camps like they did to the Japanese-Americans in WWII.
You want to bring up numbers that are irrelevant. Of course thousands of people are going to die in Gaza if they are brainwashed to want to die for Allah or even forced to do so. Of course thousands will die when weapons and terrorists and tunnels are hidden within homes, hospitals, schools, and mosques.
Let’s talk about these numbers.. Israel accepted 12 ceasefires. And upheld every single one. Hamas used those ceasefires as time to reload.
We are not fighting with the people of Gaza, we are fighting with Hamas. Get rid of Hamas and any other terrorist group and we will gladly sit across the table and talk about peace agreements and land.
Oh and that bit about “the equivalent of the atomic bomb” shit is bull. Everyone in Israel would be dead as well as people in Gaza and probably Egypt, we would never do that. 

Also comparing it to 9/11. I HATE it when people do that. 9/11 was a horrific tragedy. Gaza is also a horrific tragedy. They are both sad and it is not fair to compare the two. This just diminishes what happened to the US that day and the suffering of all those affected by it, like “they/we have it worse than you.”

sorryyoucanttwerkwithus:

gayzionist:

nasheed-to-Mawta :

My father got killed, my brother got arrested, my mother died When She smelled the tear gas for 3 days straight acerca, and now I’m homeless ‘family-less’ … I say yes to the world, I’m the terrorist …
^ that’s how people live in Gaza.

In the weeks leading up to Operation Protective Edge, 3.5 million Israelis were living under constant rocket fire from Gaza. That’s about 44% of the entire population of Israel.[x] 

If Gaza’s attacks had been on the United States, 138.1 million innocent people would have been in danger of being blown to pieces, having their homes destroyed, and would be suffering from shock and disrupted daily life thanks to Hamas terrorists.

See? I can play with numbers too. 

PS: If Israel had dropped the equivalent of an atomic bomb on Gaza, then neither Israel nor Gaza would still exist. Use your head.

PS if let’s say Mexico was run by a terrorist group that clearly state in their charter that their main goal is to obliterate the United States and the rest of the western world. And let’s say Mexico would fire even one rocket into the United States. And let’s even say that that one rocket didn’t actually kill a US citizen. The United States would immediately declare war on Mexico and fight 100000 times stronger than Israel. The United States would also probably not call, text, or drop leaflets before an airstrike. The United States probably wouldn’t send warning shots or call off attacks if too many civilians are present. The United States would probably not continue to provide aid whether that be in the form of water, electricity, or medicine. And lastly above all that I’m sure Mexican-Americans would be treated like dirt because of the situation and maybe even put into camps like they did to the Japanese-Americans in WWII.

You want to bring up numbers that are irrelevant. Of course thousands of people are going to die in Gaza if they are brainwashed to want to die for Allah or even forced to do so. Of course thousands will die when weapons and terrorists and tunnels are hidden within homes, hospitals, schools, and mosques.

Let’s talk about these numbers.. Israel accepted 12 ceasefires. And upheld every single one. Hamas used those ceasefires as time to reload.

We are not fighting with the people of Gaza, we are fighting with Hamas. Get rid of Hamas and any other terrorist group and we will gladly sit across the table and talk about peace agreements and land.

Oh and that bit about “the equivalent of the atomic bomb” shit is bull. Everyone in Israel would be dead as well as people in Gaza and probably Egypt, we would never do that. 

Also comparing it to 9/11. I HATE it when people do that. 9/11 was a horrific tragedy. Gaza is also a horrific tragedy. They are both sad and it is not fair to compare the two. This just diminishes what happened to the US that day and the suffering of all those affected by it, like “they/we have it worse than you.”

I literally hate Duolingo so bloody much!

Sabato, Agosto 30, 2014

I’m reading this book, a piece of travel writing, called “In Search of Kazakhstan” by Christopher Robbins. And I’m only a few chapters in and it’s literally the most interesting thing I have read in ages.

Plus Kazakhstan is kinda a really cool country.