19, polish and in canada
on the internet, people call me diff
I just finished my first year as a neuroscience major & math minor
I complain about labs a lot
I like punk cabaret, the mountain goats, canadian netflix, six feet under, prog rock, british comedy pannel shows, cinema, neil gaiman, science, cool linguistic quirks, making terrible music and small dogs.
Ask (please!) & Random Post
Street harassment is not a compliment.
“Your uncle is clearly quite drunk, your grace.” “I am. Guilty.”
Sounds about right.
if i could choose a super power it would be having the power to literally slap sense into people
“HAHAH you’re so fucking pathetic i hope you die”
“wait what im saying could seriously hurt a person and drain their confidence completely and i shouldnt do that to anyone wow”
I stayed in bed for over an hour
looked at things on my phone
I felt slightly anxious about nothing particular
I walked downstairs and poured coffee into a jar
I asked a person on the internet if I should take drugs
I took drugs before the person had time to respond
I feel alienated by people who express concern about me without
defining their concern in terms of a specific solution or goal
I dont feel comforted by the idea of an afterlife
I dont want to continue experiencing things after I die
I want someone to pull my hair because I like the idea of someone
controlling my head without touching my head
what is the difference between being an independent person
and being a person who is accepting of loneliness
“Today My Alarm Went Off at 12:30 p.m.,” Mira Gonzalez (via timeandcircumstance)
I love Arrested Development but I have no love for its crazy fans who quote everything even the lines that are not that funny and talk about it all the time and make all their Facebook cover photos into screenshots from the show.
"Sure, donating clothes to the homeless is great. Raising awareness about A&F’s misconduct—also great. My problem however, lies in the undertones of the other message: that homeless people are the lowest of the low and therefore adorning them in A&F is the quickest, easiest way to stick it to CEO Mike Jefferies. Not to mention, this campaign implies that homeless people are needy and therefore should and will wear whatever we give them and be thankful. It seems to say: I won’t wear this garbage, but they should, in order to prove my point because they fit the proper stigma to do so. I am not OK with this. If a point has to dehumanize men and women to be made, it’s a point not worth making."