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GOD I am going through a hella Journey
life kick and I feel bad for everyone around me because
I’M MISSIN’ YOUR TOUCH
YOU’RE WONDERIN’ WHERE I’VE BEEN
Told you I was gonna look cute for that wedding.
(Dress from Bettie Page, tights from Target, I forget about most everything else)
My husband and I have been together 10 years, married for 3 of them. Even before we were married, but especially after, there has been a lot of pressure for us to have kids. Coquette, we just don’t wanna.
We like our lives just as they are. We get to take nice trips and drive nice cars. We just don’t have that urge to be parents.
I do flip flop on this decision every now and then, usually when a close friend has a baby or sometimes when my parents put the “you are robbing us of grand parenthood” pressure on extra thick. I turned 35 yesterday so the point of no return is looming ever closer.
Are we making a huge mistake?
Maybe. Maybe not. Either way, it’s you and your husband’s decision to make. No one else’s.
I’m sure your parents are lovely people, but fuck what they think. Fuck the pressure they put on you to make major life decisions for their sake, and fuck their selfish desire to become grandparents at your expense.
This is the world our parents made. The American Dream is a smoldering pile of shit. We’re stuck cleaning up their mess, and yet somehow we’re robbing them of grand-parenthood? Fuck them. That’s what they get for robbing an entire generation of the economic security it takes to responsibly become parents.
Fuck every last Baby Boomer who feels entitled to give any of us shit for our choices. They’re so used to having all their dreams come true, they don’t even know how insulting that shit sounds.
if we go to a restaurant and have to choose between a table or a booth and you say table i will never trust you again
We have been talking about our celebrity crushes on and off at work lately. One of my coworkers has a crush on Kevin Costner (yeah, we can’t all have my impeccable taste). I mentioned my two biggest crushes and he said, “So I have a question.”
"Do you have any crushes within your age range?"
"Oh, god, no!"
And then that devolved into, “We’re going to outlive them!” and then I got sad.
why is it that were always told not to get tattoos at a young age because we “will regret it later on” when we are basically told to choose a career path by age 18? i’d rather be 40 years old with a tattoo that meant something to me when i was young than be 40 years old not wanting to get out of bed to go to a job that i hate because i was forced to decide on a career in my teens
Don’t tell me. We’re about to go over a huge waterfall
sharp rocks at the bottom?
bring it on
So we’re going to a wedding in a couple of hours and I really don’t want to go because I’m not feeling very supportive and also there’s no alcohol allowed on the premises and I’m not going to know anyone except Dalton’s family and other people are gonna be like “YOU’RE MARRIED? WHEN ARE YOU GOING TO HAVE A BABY?!” and it just sounds all-around trashy and terrible.
Buuuut I plan on looking really cute and so will Dalton and we’re bringing our own lil bottle of Jag so. It won’t be a total loss.
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