One day you wake up and you’re twenty-three and you can’t remember what it feels like to be seventeen but you still cry to your mother after a bad day and you look a little older but you don’t really feel it. One day you’re twenty-three and your great-aunt is telling you how mature you look and how you grew a little taller but inside you still remember sitting under the oak tree reading with no meetings tomorrow and no rent to pay and the only thing you can think about is how at seventeen you thought at twenty-three you would know everything and now you can’t remember how you got from there to here. But seventeen-year-old you was wrong because you know only some things and not everything.
You know that coffee tastes better in the mornings and your home isn’t your home anymore; it’s “Mum and Dad’s”. You know your car needs servicing every six months and groceries are harder to do after breakups. She liked cookie dough and walnuts and strawberry-flavored milk and now every time you go to the store you can’t buy spaghetti without remembering it was a Friday night and she kissed you for the first time and the heat from her skin could have set your entire place on fire. One day you’re twenty-three and you’re trying to explain to a seventeen-year-old all the mistakes you made so they won’t make them too, when all you really want is for someone to realize you still don’t have the first clue.
─ Courtney Peppernell, Pillow Thoughts
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I didn’t know the DSMP fandom was even on tumblr! Heres so Techno Art I did a couple months ago, I have a favorite character XD.
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Oh sweet tumblr how I missed thee, comforting, fruity land of shit posts and fandoms galore
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okay i’ll bite. crunch
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Considering how commonplace the advice of “just LET your children TALK TO YOU about their INTERESTS” is on Tumblr, it’s astonishing to me how few people seem to realize/accept that that’s a two-way street, especially as adults.
I’m not telling you how to relate to parents who were shitty/abusive to you, obviously, but given a relatively healthy relationship or the ATTEMPT to build one as adults, you’ve genuinely got to let your older relatives talk to you in their own way about the things they’re interested in. Yes, sometimes it is painfully boring, yes, sometimes they do it in a slow or round-about manner or tell you way too much, but sometimes it’s boring listening to a twelve year old talk about fortnite. I still do it, because people, adult or child, need and want people to talk to about their interests.
My dad is into the cringiest possible anime. I am halfway to dissociation every time he spends 30-60 minutes walking me through the entire plot of an anime, one episode at a time. One time we had an eight hour car ride and that was the ENTIRE trip and by the end I wanted to DIE. But I still let him do it! Because he needs someone to talk to his passions about, and I care about him and know that being that person for him makes him happy and improves our relationship. Because of that, we spent the SECOND eight hour car ride talking about the history of unions, something I spent 27 years not even knowing my father had an interest in!
Let your parents talk to you about the dumb facebook videos they saw or the funny ancient wine mom memes they like or that time they went to korea and over-reacted to kimchi. Kids aren’t the only ones who just want their family to be interested in what they have to say.
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I keep remembering this tweet for some goddamn reason
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The end is near.
But look at them cool scythes lmaoooo thats cool, who cares about the end when you got sick weapons like that?
+Bonus: i already cropped them if you want to use as profile picture, just credit me if you use them!
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Memento mori, death is here.
Time always seems to move faster when it’s running out.
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Well, here we are. The end of the line.
It’s been one hell of a year.
And I just want to take this opportunity to say Thank You.
Thank you to @markiplier and @crankgameplays for creating this incredible thing and sharing the past year of your lives with all of us. Thank you for all the incredible content, the laughs, and the smiles. Thank you for inspiring me to do better and live each day to the fullest. Thank you for making me realize I have more potential than I ever realized I did and urging me to reach for it.
Thank you for including some of the silly little memes I make in your videos. You really don’t know how much it made me happy to give you some laughs in return for all the laughs you gave us.
Thank you to Amy, Evan, and the whole crew for all their hard work over this past year. It’s because of your dedication that this whole thing worked out as well as it did.
But most of all, thank you to all of YOU. My mutuals, friends, followers–the whole community on this site.
YOU are what made this Unus Annus so special. I feel so privileged to have been able to come on here every day and share memes and laughs with all of you. From Camp Unus Annus to our Community Playlist, from pitching video ideas to reminding each other of ‘every day at this time,’ it has been an honor to have fun and spend this year together. I am going to miss out daily routine, because even though I have no plans of going anywhere, it won’t be the same.
You’ve all meant a lot to me over the course of this year. You’ve made what has been a difficult year much easier and more fun to deal with.
So Memento Mori, and thanks for all the memes. <3
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king minos: get this monster out of my sight!! put it in a labryinth so i never have to look at it again!! gods holy fuck!!!
the minotaur, born like a day ago:
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this is the online equivalent of a sports riot
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anyway!! if you’re a gentile wishing you received more education on Judaism in your school system, i would recommend checking out jewfaq.org. it’s free and a great introductory resource, even if the design looks a little dated
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