- Guy 1: You’re 22 years old, and your mom still does the laundry for you?
- Guy 2: Yeah haha.
- Guy 1: It’s okay, that makes the two of us. I was an idiot and asked my mom once, “Where do I put the water?!”
Anyone know of any good inspirational songs off the top of their head?
Amelia: No! It’s only 12! It’s embarrassing.
Me: Yeah that’s like grandma status for us.” —
it felt more like two days.
I already feel fatter.
I never really considered myself a jealous person, but I guess I am.
I really am.
Westerners are fond of the saying ‘Life isn’t fair.’ Then, they end in snide triumphant: ‘So get used to it!’
What a cruel, sadistic notion to revel in! What a terrible, patriarchal response to a child’s budding sense of ethics. Announce to an Iroquois, ‘Life isn’t fair,’ and her response will be: ‘Then make it fair!’ This is the matriarchal approach to learning.” —
Barbara Alice Mann, Iroquois woman (via cultureofresistance)
How many fucking times did I/we hear this as a child?
i still hear it.