Why is it that, when you have a fever, the body can still go “I’m so coooold D;”
Let us nominate the ill human body for the official Too Stupid To Live Awards…
When I get a fever generally I’m nothing BUT cold, I think it’s because I’m so warm that the air around me feels cold.
On de bad side, now I’m a widdle stuffed-up. *blows nose* Oh well. At least, thanks to the wonders of Tylenol, I can SLEEP soundly again. You hab NO idea how wonderful sleep is until you can’t properly get it. *coughs* Well, back to bed again…
Sleep, the one thing everyone universally takes for granted.
SPENCER JAMES SMITH THE FIFTH IN ALL HIS GLORY
GOD BLESS AMERICA
I’M REALLY EMOTIONAL AND I CAN’T DEAL WITH THIS
Yup! To add on to this, Allies should be wary when using terms, but much of the time they can help reclaim the slur. This does not extend to white people and the n-word. Dear white people, please do not use the n-word. No. Bad.
There are SO MANY reasons why I object to being called perfect, the least of which being that it’s just a fact that nobody is perfect, especially me.
I’m very selective about how I present myself on the internet, since it’s there forever and so many of you read and are influenced by what I post. I don’t lie about who I am, I just choose to present my good sides, and I force myself to step away from the computer when I’m having a bad day and I know I’ll respond to something in a way I wish I wouldn’t have later.
That said, if more people could filter themselves as successfully as I do, the world would indeed suck way less. Being nice on the internet is an exercise in patience sometimes, and I’ve found that said patience carries over into real life the more I practice it. More people should try the whole “being nice instead” thing.
Bottom line: To you, darning-socks may be prefect, but please know that Riy sure as hell isn’t.
And it’d be great if more people had the same level of perspective I have.