10 Words You Need to Stop Misspelling - The... →
If you could wake up as anyone tomorrow, who would it be? I often talk about what I would if I woke up with a penis for a day. I’m not sure I’d actually want to BE anyone. But, if I had a penis, I would stick it EVERYWHERE. I’m always interested in where it would fit: knot holes in a wood fence, shampoo bottle opening, buttholes, cockrings, etc. God, What...
here is my question: do i REALLY need to know you are a sexual deviant? hmmm, missy? (picture me tapping my foot and pursing my lips) In a way, getting married at 19 is sexual deviancy since it does go against the typical modern sexual norm. So, get your mind out of the gutter! GOSH. Ask me anything
Will I regret this? Probably Ask me anything http://formspring.me/ZombieDD
If you had access to a time machine, where and when would be the first place you travel to? I would travel back to talk to 14 year old me and tell myself to get my act together and wo-man up. Ask me anything
Geto Boys- Damn, it Feels Good to Be a Gangster
Stereotyping People by Their Favorite Author →
tweexcore: Laughing so much. SO good. Jeffrey Eugenides Girls who didn’t get enough drama when they were younger. Chuck Klosterman Boys who don’t read. Chuck Palahniuk Boys who can’t read. Jane Austen (or Bronte Sisters) Girls who made out with other girls in college when they were going through a “phase”. Charles Dickens Ninth graders who think they’re going to be authors someday but...
Through the Wire- Kayne West (I have to admit,...
Young men go to war. Sometimes because they have to, sometimes because they want...– Mitch Albom, The Five People You Meet in Heaven (via hippity-hop) (via quote-book)
You Oughta Know- God aka Alanis (Because...
Some hoodlums killed Jorge the Snowman. :(
double-d started following you
suesylvester-: thankyouuuuuu AWW—I get a shoutout. How can I resist that killer gif as your background. Now, entertain me. :)
Tips for Young Married (or Soon-to-be-Married or...
After getting married at 19, getting in a U-Haul and moving 3,000 miles, surviving the first year and a half, and loving and appreciating my husband more each day, I thought I was capable of making a list of things to help young, sometimes naive, couples through the first few years. (Obviously, it’s a bit hetero-normative. Please forgive me.) Have more faith in yourselves than the world has...
-Robe - Slippers -PJs -Snuggie Obviously, my main concern this holiday season is comfort and warmth.