this review is pissing me off with the misandry
this review is pissing me off with the misandryShow more
“Blah,blah, blah…his full-toned voice swells in my ears; his lustrous eyes dwell on me with all their melancholy sweetness…blah, blah, blah…”
Lustrous eyes?! No (straight) sailor ever, in the history of the world, EVER referred to another dude’s eyes as lustrous.
And I know what you’re thinking.
Well, Anne, maybe this character was gay. Didn’t think about that, didja?!
Actually, yes. Yes, I did.
The only problem with that theory is that NONE of the male characters in this book sounded remotely male.
Ladies, do you remember that time in your life (probably around middle or high school), when you thought that guys actually had the same sort of thought waves running through their heads that we do? You know, before you realized that the really don’t care about…well, all of the things that we do? You thought that while they were laughing at the booger their idiot friend just flicked across the room, something deeper was stirring in their mind. It just had to be!
I’m not sure when it happens, but at some point, every woman finally realizes the (fairly obvious) truth.
Men aren’t women.
That booger was the funniest thing ever, and nothing was stirring around in them other than maybe some gas.
And that’s ok.
Fart-lighting and long distance loogie hawking contests aside, they can pretty darn cool.
But this author was too young to realize that.
o man, this is a blast from the past
complicated thoughts, ed, drugs
complicated thoughts, ed, drugsShow more
have slightly complicated thoughts about ed, anorexia, drug blogs and censorship, but that is a minor note that doesn’t really change the main point of the last post.
tumblr doesn’t really respect it’s users. and censoring nsfw in the way they are is fucked.
very rough thoughts
very rough thoughtsShow more
man, this close to begging for the courage to end it tonight
The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary has released a 71-page report on the role that racism and support for slavery played in its origin and growth.
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