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We Get It: Ok Seokjin we get it. You're
 thicc AND cute
jinniejinjinbts:
~*our eyes have been blessed by the jibooty*~
cr: (if any1 knows whose video this belongs to let me know)

jinniejinjinbts: ~*our eyes have been blessed by the jibooty*~ cr: (if any1 knows whose video this belongs to let me know)

We Get It: Can you marry me 5:01 PM I just got back from my school and they said they cannot give me any aid except for unsubsidised loans unless l have a child, get married, or turn 24, so I have to get married Yeah ok I'll marry you I need a better fafsa application too Wait seriously Would you really do it Im doing actual research on it Are we doing this It would have to happen like lightning fast cause my next semester happens pretty damn soon I don't know how fast this happens lemme check Ughhhh okay so we'd need to get a marriage license which can be up to $30 depending on where we get it, and THEN we need to file for a marriage certificate I'm an ordained minister but idk if I could file my own marriage certificate get ordained and do it Can we go to Indiana? Let me check Dude Im so excited Its possible that I can get FAFSA to pay for an entire apartment for me to go to school in Milwaukee DUDE WHAT Okay so there's no minister registration required in lllinois so Yeah I'm looking that up right now Ive heard that if one partner commits adultery, thats grounds for a quicker divorce Yeah this sample form I'm looking at says "irretrievable breakdown" of marriage Worse comes to worse we can stage a fight but I think we can just say yeah it's not working out Does it include adultery divorce ranging from $15,000 to $30,000. Most of this money is spent on legal fees. So Fuck lawyers We don't need a lawyer We don't have kids we don't have property to divide up Oh thats only for a lawyer We don't have alimony to negotiate We're just two guys being dudes. Gettin a divorce illicitmemedealer: possiblestoner: marzipanandminutiae: A. imagine your otp B. dear gods this country has massive issues I’ve been looking for this post for ages The gay agenda was to legalize same sex marriage so that everyone regardless of sex/gender can scam the government out of money for college, and honestly I think that’s beautiful
We Get It: Can you marry me
 5:01 PM
 I just got back from my school
 and they said they cannot give
 me any aid except for
 unsubsidised loans unless l
 have a child, get married, or
 turn 24, so I have to get married
 Yeah ok I'll marry you I need a
 better fafsa application too
 Wait seriously
 Would you really do it
 Im doing actual research on it

 Are we doing this
 It would have to happen like
 lightning fast cause my next
 semester happens pretty
 damn soon
 I don't know how fast this
 happens lemme check
 Ughhhh okay so we'd need to get
 a marriage license which can be
 up to $30 depending on where we
 get it, and THEN we need to file
 for a marriage certificate
 I'm an ordained minister but idk if
 I could file my own marriage
 certificate

 get ordained and do it
 Can we go to Indiana?
 Let me check
 Dude Im so excited
 Its possible that I can get
 FAFSA to pay for an entire
 apartment for me to go to
 school in Milwaukee
 DUDE WHAT
 Okay so there's no minister
 registration required in lllinois so

 Yeah I'm looking that up right
 now
 Ive heard that if one partner
 commits adultery, thats
 grounds for a quicker divorce
 Yeah this sample form I'm
 looking at says "irretrievable
 breakdown" of marriage
 Worse comes to worse we can
 stage a fight but I think we can
 just say yeah it's not working out
 Does it include adultery

 divorce ranging from $15,000
 to $30,000. Most of this money
 is spent on legal fees.
 So Fuck lawyers
 We don't need a lawyer
 We don't have kids we don't have
 property to divide up
 Oh thats only for a lawyer
 We don't have alimony to
 negotiate
 We're just two guys being dudes.
 Gettin a divorce
illicitmemedealer:

possiblestoner:

marzipanandminutiae:

A. imagine your otp
B. dear gods this country has massive issues

I’ve been looking for this post for ages


The gay agenda was to legalize same sex marriage so that everyone regardless of sex/gender can scam the government out of money for college, and honestly I think that’s beautiful

illicitmemedealer: possiblestoner: marzipanandminutiae: A. imagine your otp B. dear gods this country has massive issues I’ve been lo...

We Get It: bpd-darling me (cleaning up): holds knife intrusive thoughts: what if me: ok edgelord we get it what if i slit my wrists right now can we please just focus egalitarian-nature-blog Additionally, me: *waiting for the subway* intrusive thoughts: what if you jumped me: it would cause a four hour delay while they pick your body parts out of the rails you fucking prick, can we please for once get on public transit without going through this rosefvondudehomie Also; Me: *walking along a busy road* intrusive thoughts: What if you just fell over in front of this truck? Me: It would back up traffic all fucking night and probably hurt a lot of people you prick. smallblueangel Gosh. I never have thoughts like this bpd-darling didnt ask but that sounds nice pluto-suxk Me: *walking down the stairs* Intrusive Thought: I could throw myself down these flight of stairs and leave more time for everyone else! Me: Or you end up with a broken wrist and sprain ankle you dickhead keep walking saveachocobo-rideaprompto Me: *driving on a bridge* Intrusive thoughts I could just drive straight into that lake and finish it right now. Me: You asshole, this is a new car. Just fucking keep going like everyon else you prick. noodle-boyy oh my god,MAAMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA rosebadwolf1000 I needed this beka-tiddalik Me: *standing at a lookout* It's so beautiful here... Intrusive thoughts: yeah, look at that view, you could just step out into it and you'd probably never feel the impact when you hit the ground 20m below.. Me: Bitch, don't ruin the view for everyone else. Fucksake httpquotescum Me: *doing literally nothing* Intrusive thoughts: What if Me: Can't you just shut the fuck up and chill for once? God damn ramblingandpie Me: I wonder what my wife wants for dinner? Intrusive thought: a divorce Me: Now, Timothy, that's just uncalled for. You can't even eat that. Source: bpd-darling 233,165 notes Sassing those intrusive thoughts away.
We Get It: bpd-darling
 me (cleaning up): holds knife
 intrusive thoughts: what if
 me: ok edgelord we get it what if i slit my
 wrists right now can we please just focus
 egalitarian-nature-blog
 Additionally, me: *waiting for the subway*
 intrusive thoughts: what if you jumped me: it
 would cause a four hour delay while they pick
 your body parts out of the rails you fucking
 prick, can we please for once get on public
 transit without going through this
 rosefvondudehomie
 Also; Me: *walking along a busy road*
 intrusive thoughts: What if you just fell over
 in front of this truck? Me: It would back up
 traffic all fucking night and probably hurt a lot
 of people you prick.
 smallblueangel
 Gosh. I never have thoughts like this
 bpd-darling
 didnt ask but that sounds nice
 pluto-suxk
 Me: *walking down the stairs* Intrusive
 Thought: I could throw myself down these
 flight of stairs and leave more time for
 everyone else! Me: Or you end up with a
 broken wrist and sprain ankle you dickhead
 keep walking
 saveachocobo-rideaprompto
 Me: *driving on a bridge* Intrusive thoughts
 I could just drive straight into that lake and
 finish it right now. Me: You asshole, this is a
 new car. Just fucking keep going like everyon
 else you prick.
 noodle-boyy
 oh my god,MAAMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
 rosebadwolf1000
 I needed this
 beka-tiddalik
 Me: *standing at a lookout* It's so beautiful
 here...
 Intrusive thoughts: yeah, look at that view, you
 could just step out into it and you'd probably
 never feel the impact when you hit the ground
 20m below..
 Me: Bitch, don't ruin the view for everyone
 else. Fucksake
 httpquotescum
 Me: *doing literally nothing*
 Intrusive thoughts: What if
 Me: Can't you just shut the fuck up and chill
 for once? God damn
 ramblingandpie
 Me: I wonder what my wife wants for dinner?
 Intrusive thought: a divorce
 Me: Now, Timothy, that's just uncalled for. You
 can't even eat that.
 Source: bpd-darling
 233,165 notes
Sassing those intrusive thoughts away.

Sassing those intrusive thoughts away.

We Get It: bpd-darling me (cleaning up): holds knife intrusive thoughts: what if me: ok edgelord we get it what if i slit my wrists right now can we please just focus egalitarian-nature-blog Additionally, me: *waiting for the subway* intrusive thoughts: what if you jumped me: it would cause a four hour delay while they pick your body parts out of the rails you fucking prick, can we please for once get on public transit without going through this rosefvondudehomie Also; Me: *walking along a busy road* intrusive thoughts: What if you just fell over in front of this truck? Me: It would back up traffic all fucking night and probably hurt a lot of people you prick. smallblueangel Gosh. I never have thoughts like this bpd-darling didnt ask but that sounds nice pluto-suxk Me: *walking down the stairs* Intrusive Thought: I could throw myself down these flight of stairs and leave more time for everyone else! Me: Or you end up with a broken wrist and sprain ankle you dickhead keep walking saveachocobo-rideaprompto Me: *driving on a bridge* Intrusive thoughts I could just drive straight into that lake and finish it right now. Me: You asshole, this is a new car. Just fucking keep going like everyon else you prick. noodle-boyy oh my god,MAAMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA rosebadwolf1000 I needed this beka-tiddalik Me: *standing at a lookout* It's so beautiful here... Intrusive thoughts: yeah, look at that view, you could just step out into it and you'd probably never feel the impact when you hit the ground 20m below.. Me: Bitch, don't ruin the view for everyone else. Fucksake httpquotescum Me: *doing literally nothing* Intrusive thoughts: What if Me: Can't you just shut the fuck up and chill for once? God damn ramblingandpie Me: I wonder what my wife wants for dinner? Intrusive thought: a divorce Me: Now, Timothy, that's just uncalled for. You can't even eat that. Source: bpd-darling 233,165 notes Sassing those intrusive thoughts away.
We Get It: bpd-darling
 me (cleaning up): holds knife
 intrusive thoughts: what if
 me: ok edgelord we get it what if i slit my
 wrists right now can we please just focus
 egalitarian-nature-blog
 Additionally, me: *waiting for the subway*
 intrusive thoughts: what if you jumped me: it
 would cause a four hour delay while they pick
 your body parts out of the rails you fucking
 prick, can we please for once get on public
 transit without going through this
 rosefvondudehomie
 Also; Me: *walking along a busy road*
 intrusive thoughts: What if you just fell over
 in front of this truck? Me: It would back up
 traffic all fucking night and probably hurt a lot
 of people you prick.
 smallblueangel
 Gosh. I never have thoughts like this
 bpd-darling
 didnt ask but that sounds nice
 pluto-suxk
 Me: *walking down the stairs* Intrusive
 Thought: I could throw myself down these
 flight of stairs and leave more time for
 everyone else! Me: Or you end up with a
 broken wrist and sprain ankle you dickhead
 keep walking
 saveachocobo-rideaprompto
 Me: *driving on a bridge* Intrusive thoughts
 I could just drive straight into that lake and
 finish it right now. Me: You asshole, this is a
 new car. Just fucking keep going like everyon
 else you prick.
 noodle-boyy
 oh my god,MAAMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
 rosebadwolf1000
 I needed this
 beka-tiddalik
 Me: *standing at a lookout* It's so beautiful
 here...
 Intrusive thoughts: yeah, look at that view, you
 could just step out into it and you'd probably
 never feel the impact when you hit the ground
 20m below..
 Me: Bitch, don't ruin the view for everyone
 else. Fucksake
 httpquotescum
 Me: *doing literally nothing*
 Intrusive thoughts: What if
 Me: Can't you just shut the fuck up and chill
 for once? God damn
 ramblingandpie
 Me: I wonder what my wife wants for dinner?
 Intrusive thought: a divorce
 Me: Now, Timothy, that's just uncalled for. You
 can't even eat that.
 Source: bpd-darling
 233,165 notes
Sassing those intrusive thoughts away.

Sassing those intrusive thoughts away.

We Get It: İAL Phillip Timothy Yesterday at 03:22 Next Tuesday we will have an "active shooter" / intruder drill at our school and I will hunker down behind flimsy wooden cabinet doors with my students You see, we open the cabinets and hide behind the doors so that anyone peering into the classrooms will not see us, and maybe think it is an empty room. Maybe we will be unnoticed, which just means maybe he will go to another classroom In preparation, I will remind my students tomorrow that our hallway doors should always be locked, so IT an intruder shows up we can just pull the doors closed without fiddling with keys. I have assigned students whose job it is to check those doors every period to make sure we don't forget I wil try to keep the children quiet during our drill on Tuesday. It's hard. They're packed in tight behind those cabinet doors, and they talk and giggle. Because they're children. They look like young adults, but they're children I will try to keep them quiet, because we hope that this will give that illusion of an empty classroom.I will try to keep them quiet because even though I know it's a drill, they do not, and they need to treat each drill like the real thing. They must have the procedure driven in by repetition Inevitably some children will be sure that it is real, and they will be terrified Two years ago, one boy - a big hulking kid turning into a "tough guy" - broke down in tears when the administrator jiggled the doorknob to our room while we hid behind the cabinets. I will sit down and process feelings of fear and panic with at least a few students. How do we process the panic we put them through? Every time we run through these drills, we violate their trust - their trust in us and their trust in a safe, secure world. We violate their trust in the name of safety Two years ago, a PE teacher wasn't informed that the intruder drill was a drill. He panicked, and screamed at the kids to "Shut the fuck Up!" while they were laughing and joking Who could blame him? He was terrified Afterward, some of the children will talk a big game. How they would jump on a shooter, how they would climb out a window instead of staying in a classroom How they'd be a herd A few of them ask if l'd do anything to save them in the event of an active shooter. I can't answer, because although I want to reassure them I really don't know, and I don't know how to express all those complicated feelings A few will scoff and say, "Of course Mr B wouldn't do anything. He doesn't like us And I don't know what to say to that, either, other than to go back to my lesson plan. I strive to be honest with my students, and the honest answer is that l'd do all I can I hope - but the human body isn't much match for gunpowder and lead At home I will replay the drill. Did we get it accomplished quickly? Tightly? Efficiently? Are my children safe? Will they be safe? Can I keep them safe? (No.) How would I ever live with it if I lost one? What about seventeen of them? Each of these kids, awful and irritating though they can be, is a magical world in and of themself. Four years and one hundred sixty kids in, and they're still all different and wonderful and fascinating. Every day, if I am very very careful and very very patient and very very lucky,I get to unlock just a little more of one of those fantastic inner worlds. A chunk of lead, hurtling through the air, thrown by a little explosion triggered by one man's finger, can destroy that entire world. I still don't understand why I am expected to teach my children how to survive in a violent world, but my country isn't expected to make the world less violent None of these questions are academic. None of these questions are distant or political. They are meat and blood and gristle, and they are lives lived in fear for so long that my children don't know anything that isn't fear. So I really don't give a damn how important owning a gun is to you. awed-frog: The time for gun control is now.
We Get It: İAL Phillip Timothy
 Yesterday at 03:22
 Next Tuesday we will have an "active shooter" / intruder drill at our school
 and I will hunker down behind flimsy wooden cabinet doors with my
 students
 You see, we open the cabinets and hide behind the doors so that anyone
 peering into the classrooms will not see us, and maybe think it is an empty
 room. Maybe we will be unnoticed, which just means maybe he will go to
 another classroom
 In preparation, I will remind my students tomorrow that our hallway doors
 should always be locked, so IT an intruder shows up we can just pull the
 doors closed without fiddling with keys. I have assigned students whose job
 it is to check those doors every period to make sure we don't forget
 I wil try to keep the children quiet during our drill on Tuesday. It's hard.
 They're packed in tight behind those cabinet doors, and they talk and giggle.
 Because they're children. They look like young adults, but they're children
 I will try to keep them quiet, because we hope that this will give that illusion
 of an empty classroom.I will try to keep them quiet because even though I
 know it's a drill, they do not, and they need to treat each drill like the real
 thing. They must have the procedure driven in by repetition
 Inevitably some children will be sure that it is real, and they will be terrified
 Two years ago, one boy - a big hulking kid turning into a "tough guy" - broke
 down in tears when the administrator jiggled the doorknob to our room while
 we hid behind the cabinets.

 I will sit down and process feelings of fear and panic with at least a few
 students. How do we process the panic we put them through? Every time we
 run through these drills, we violate their trust - their trust in us and their trust
 in a safe, secure world. We violate their trust in the name of safety
 Two years ago, a PE teacher wasn't informed that the intruder drill was a
 drill. He panicked, and screamed at the kids to "Shut the fuck Up!" while they
 were laughing and joking
 Who could blame him? He was terrified
 Afterward, some of the children will talk a big game. How they would jump
 on a shooter, how they would climb out a window instead of staying in a
 classroom
 How they'd be a herd
 A few of them ask if l'd do anything to save them in the event of an active
 shooter. I can't answer, because although I want to reassure them I really
 don't know, and I don't know how to express all those complicated feelings
 A few will scoff and say, "Of course Mr B wouldn't do anything. He doesn't
 like us
 And I don't know what to say to that, either, other than to go back to my
 lesson plan. I strive to be honest with my students, and the honest answer is
 that l'd do all I can I hope - but the human body isn't much match for
 gunpowder and lead
 At home I will replay the drill. Did we get it accomplished quickly? Tightly?
 Efficiently? Are my children safe? Will they be safe?
 Can I keep them safe?
 (No.)

 How would I ever live with it if I lost one?
 What about seventeen of them?
 Each of these kids, awful and irritating though they can be, is a magical
 world in and of themself. Four years and one hundred sixty kids in, and
 they're still all different and wonderful and fascinating. Every day, if I am very
 very careful and very very patient and very very lucky,I get to unlock just a
 little more of one of those fantastic inner worlds.
 A chunk of lead, hurtling through the air, thrown by a little explosion triggered
 by one man's finger, can destroy that entire world.
 I still don't understand why I am expected to teach my children how to
 survive in a violent world, but my country isn't expected to make the world
 less violent
 None of these questions are academic. None of these questions are distant
 or political. They are meat and blood and gristle, and they are lives lived in
 fear for so long that my children don't know anything that isn't fear.
 So I really don't give a damn how important owning a gun is to you.
awed-frog:
The time for gun control is now.

awed-frog: The time for gun control is now.