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i’m so upset right now i want to cry forever and just start cutting again 

it’s taking too much effort not to get my supplies

not like anyone gives a shit anymore anyway

i tried to talk to two different people, and neither one responded to me. i’m always there for every single one of my friends and when i need somebody everyone magically disappears and doesn’t give a fuck.

it’s not fair it’s not fair it’s not fair IT’S NOT FAIR

gingerelfandpuppydwarf:

fidefortitude:

fidefortitude:

Everyone who reblogs this

EVERY SINGLE ONE

Will get a shitty 1 sentence fanfic in their inbox determined by your recent reblogs

So if you reblogged Kevin Tran and a dalek recently

YOU GET KEVIN/DALEK ROMCOM FANFIC

If you just posted some Sherlock and Hannibal

THEY HAVE A DANCE OFF MOTHAFUCKAS

Shitty fanfics, at your door, no questions asked.

Reblog away!

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When I say shitty fanfics

mean shitty fanfics motherfuckers

bring it

fuckyeahretailrobin:

[Image Description: Background is several triangles in a circle like a pie alternating from true red, scarlet and black. A robin is sitting on his perch looking to the right. Top Text: “CUSTOMER FLINGS THEIR MONEY ON THE COUNTER” Bottom Text: “PLACE THEIR CHANGE ON THE COUNTER, IGNORING THEIR OPEN HAND”]

The standard money flinger procedure:
I tell the customer the total for their purchase.
Customer throws each bill, each in its own crumpled wad, on the counter, not even trying to get the money into a single pile. Coins are also thrown and end up spread all over the counter.
Bonus points for the customer doing shit like dicking around on their phone, talking to their friend, or just oozing their shitty mood all over you.
I retrieve the money, place into the register, and remove the correct amount of change.
I arrange their change into a neat pile.
I see their open hand waiting to received the change.
I bypass it completely.
I place their neatly arranged bills and coins into a single, neat pile on the counter in front of the customer.
I give them the most beatific smile humanly possible and tell them, “Thank you, have a good day.”
Customer picks up their change with a somewhat confused look on their face and leaves the store.
I know it’s kind of petty, but it FEELS SO AWESOME every time I do it.
(And yes, I realize there are cultures where customer and cashier don’t directly hand each other the money because it’s considered crass and improper. I am not complaining about those people. If the customer’s money is neatly arranged in a single stack, whether it’s in the their hand or on the counter, we’re cool. If the customer makes me go on a scavenger hunt all over the counter for all their money and then expects me to put a neat pile of money back into their hand, I’m going to be miffed.)

fuckyeahretailrobin:

[Image Description: Background is several triangles in a circle like a pie alternating from true red, scarlet and black. A robin is sitting on his perch looking to the right.

Top Text: “CUSTOMER FLINGS THEIR MONEY ON THE COUNTER”

Bottom Text: “PLACE THEIR CHANGE ON THE COUNTER, IGNORING THEIR OPEN HAND”]

The standard money flinger procedure:

  1. I tell the customer the total for their purchase.
  2. Customer throws each bill, each in its own crumpled wad, on the counter, not even trying to get the money into a single pile. Coins are also thrown and end up spread all over the counter.
  3. Bonus points for the customer doing shit like dicking around on their phone, talking to their friend, or just oozing their shitty mood all over you.
  4. I retrieve the money, place into the register, and remove the correct amount of change.
  5. I arrange their change into a neat pile.
  6. I see their open hand waiting to received the change.
  7. I bypass it completely.
  8. I place their neatly arranged bills and coins into a single, neat pile on the counter in front of the customer.
  9. I give them the most beatific smile humanly possible and tell them, “Thank you, have a good day.”
  10. Customer picks up their change with a somewhat confused look on their face and leaves the store.

I know it’s kind of petty, but it FEELS SO AWESOME every time I do it.

(And yes, I realize there are cultures where customer and cashier don’t directly hand each other the money because it’s considered crass and improper. I am not complaining about those people. If the customer’s money is neatly arranged in a single stack, whether it’s in the their hand or on the counter, we’re cool. If the customer makes me go on a scavenger hunt all over the counter for all their money and then expects me to put a neat pile of money back into their hand, I’m going to be miffed.)

marleymayer:

Good guy Matt Duchene.

marleymayer:

Good guy Matt Duchene.

jessicxntxx said: Following cause you're a fellow Flyers fan <3 maybe we can be friends? HOPEFULLY? I only have one female Flyers fan and I want more so we can all take over the world :D

ammg:

ammg:

Hi! :) I dont have many female friends that are into sports at all so it’s awesome being able to talk to someone who knows whats going on! :)

REBLOGGING THIS CAUSE THIS ASK TWO YEARS AGO IS WHAT STARTED OUR WHOLE FRIENDSHIP AND NOW WE’RE BEST FRIENDS.

The ask that started it all 💕💕💕

this-is-chris-colfers-world:

hey-bad-batter-hey:

imjustkt:

iraffiruse:

Frozach Submitted

My mom is a travel agent and I can confirm that people are legitimately this stupid when it comes to travel.

"It took us 9 hours to get home to England but the Americans only took 3  hours this is unfair" OH YES LET ME JUST REARRANGE THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE FUCKING PLANET FOR YOU SIR TERRIBLY SORRY

Whenever I think “oh this is the funniest one” I read the next one and I just can’t

iizanimeaddict:

My dad just came into my room and shouted at me in Klingon.

Am I more embarrassed that he did that or that I know he said I was a disappointment to the empire?

peterpayne:

Wow, 3D printers have really come a long way.

peterpayne:

Wow, 3D printers have really come a long way.