my mom was just asking me if I want anything for my birthday and it’s like no why would I ask for something that costs money when we can’t even afford for me to go to college two semesters in a row
so I was like “nah”
(she says she’ll take me to Best Buy so maybe I can pick out a few ds games though)
oh my god no what are you doing you’re supposed to hang off right at the corner
someone was like hey do a flower beard thing and i was like okay
burned my hand curling my hair today
it’s so weird that men can make endless misogynistic comments and not have to reassure people that they don’t hate women but when women, especially those in the spotlight, talk about things concerning women they feel an overwhelming need to constantly reassure the world that they don’t hate men, that they love men.
and by weird i mean a cultural norm to demean women and overvalue men.
written by your friendly neighbourhood OCD haver - tumblr user divinedorothy.
Okay so a lot of people think OCD is like, quirky and fun. And a lot of people get that OCD isn’t exactly a barrel of laughs, but they still don’t really get how it works. This is mostly down to media representation of OCD - it’s portrayed as this kind of very clean, compulsion focussed HELP ME I CAN’T STOP FLIPPING THE LIGHT SWITCH!!!! kind of thing, when in actuality OCD is a lot
so here is a fun guide about how totally not fun it is to have OCD, and how you can not be a giant asshole to your OCD havin’ pals LIKE ME!!!
HOT DIGGITY DOG
Now THAT’S how you kick off a game!
Although I’m always weirded out when we’re supposed to be Nancy and yet we’re seeing things Nancy couldn’t possibly see unless she was a Time Lord.
Nancy’s a Time Lord. Her “name” is The Detective. Her sonic device is her magnifying glass.
IT ALL MAKES SENSE NOW
Nancy Drew Parallels: Karl in The Captive Curse // Deirdre in Alibi in Ashes
"You’ve got to make sure he’s okay, Nancy."
“I thought you didn’t like him.”
"This isn’t about liking, Nancy. Everyone in this castle is family.”
“Why are you admitting all this? I thought you hated me.”
“I do hate you. But I don’t hate you. It’s complicated. Also, it’s not fair.”