HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA I’M LAUGHING THROUGH THE TEARS JULIE. LOTS OF PAINFUL TEARS
we coulda had it aaaaaaaall
I MADE FOR YOU A PICTURE SO THAT YOU WILL FEEL BETTER. SORRY IT IS NOT GRAND.
oh my god
this actually makes me feel a whole lot better and is the sweetest and silliest thing, as are you. sweet. also slightly silly; but in a good way, like the drawing. thank you.
i like the bowie eye thing he has going on
also i really like fig newtons, too
thank you, thank you, thank you meighan
i love her very, very, very much
and i wish i was there to wrap her up in a blanket and give her a cup of tea with flowers floating in it and chocolate cupcakes
but until i can, i can only tell her how much i love her
which is a lot
i cannot decide if your url makes that ironic or not
but still thx toots
am i going to have to tell you off for telling on me for telling you off
even when the flower dies, something’s by its side
a helping hand or a kiss goodbye to ease it on its way
flightsandnightmares replied to your post: ugh there was a bug in my soda and i got it in my…
push the straw against the bottom and suck it through that way…it’s like an insta-filter :D
oh you clever little minx
reminder that a trigger can literally be anything for someone depending on the traumatic event(s) they’ve been through! a kind of food, an article of clothing, a song, a picture of something, etc. and not just people who have PTSD can have triggers! folks with a number of different disorders and phobias can be triggered by certain content and those triggers are just as valid and should be taken as seriously as PTSD-related triggers. so even if a trigger sounds “made-up” or “fake” to you it’s generally a good idea to be respectful and to take someone seriously if they ask you to tag something for you because it triggers them.
trying to get someone to “prove” to you that they’re “actually triggered” by something is kind of shitty and makes a lot of people super uncomfortable so can we please stop making fun of people for having uncommon triggers because you’re just going to make everyone feel worse and nobody should have to feel like they have to compete with others on “who’s the most triggered” criteria.
and on that note if you ever need me to tag anything for you don’t be afraid to drop me a message (anonymously is totally fine!) and please don’t ever feel embarrassed by your triggers or like you’re afraid i’m going to think they’re silly or not take them seriously!! it’s okay and i’ll never do anything to make you feel embarrassed for having a stress, trauma, disorder, etc. related trigger.
you know you’re hopeless when you see things irl and your brain automatically flashes on the things that the people you follow tag it as
does this make me dean because normally i’m cas but right now i’m pretty okay with this arrangement
actually usually i’m pretty dean but then everyone usually says that about themselves, don’t they
everyone wants to be a dean, but the dean’s the only dean that knows where it’s at (hi5 for obscure and entirely stretched disney movie references)
how about when i am bobby, you are dean
but when i am dean, you are cas
this actually seems to work out perfectly