Where I post things I make and things I like and probably things I don't like, too, but hopefully mostly things I do like instead.
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My mom keeps pushing this like, “best friend” idea with me and I keep being like “nah you know after Randy and Ashley and junk I can’t bring myself to call another friend a best friend” because friendship hierarchy = SO MUCH STRESS for me because my friends used to be toxic and competitive sooooooo I’ve decided I’m just calling y’all my platonic beloveds:
I am SO LEGITIMATELY PROUD to have that title. And yeah friendship hierarchy is gross. I have best friendS, not Best Friend.
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Our lovely vaudevillellain tagged me, and I think she has the right idea. Ten books from my childhood doesn’t get deep enough…I mean when I was four the greatest books in my life were ‘Spot goes to the Circus’ by Eric Hill and ‘Cops and Robbers’ by Janet and Allan Ahlberg.
I love everything about this
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I hate this pseudo apathy that everyone has nowadays, like they think it ain’t cool to care about stuff. Well let me tell u son, there are lots of cool things to care about like dogs and space and holding hands and science and music and art and how the sky looks when the sun sets, and if u think you’re too cool to be passionate about something as incredible as this life then thats really sad and idk what to tell u
So instead of doing my 10 favorite books, uneame-solitaire tagged me to list 10 books I grew up with that shaped who I am today yayyyyyyy
This one was kind of hard because I read advanced books really fucking early (like, blew through To Kill a Mockingbird in fifth grade, A Clockwork Orange in seventh) but these are the ones I can remember from my early childhood.
Ray Bradbury was big in our house. When our mom was too tired to read to us at night, my dad would take over, but he got suspended from children’s books because he put the word “whisky” into every sentence because they bored him. So instead, he took to reading us Ray Bradbury stories. I’m convinced this is why I am the sci fi fan I am today.
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the guy who made me quit social media for a few days (which is a big deal for me, like i know that sounds dumb but it was a really big deal for me to cut myself off for even a few days)
i also know unfriending a guy who was obviously an asshole doesn’t seem like a big deal but it is for me, so i’m proud.
Good job baby <3
thank you :’)
you guys are all so supportive and nice and it seriously means so much to me
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