Women can get into the habit of apologizing before speaking, or using any other kind of “modifier” (i.e. “I hope this doesn’t sound weird, but…” or I hope you don’t mind me asking, but”).
We do this because we are socialized to rein ourselves in: staying silent, never offending anybody, being “seen and not heard” and generally trying not to be disruptive, even if that involves a lack of self-expression.
walking out of a final you know you failed like
I’ve been following some of you so long I’m so attached to you I don’t even care what you post anymore I just enjoy your presence and personality thanks for being so rad even though I don’t talk to a lot of you yeah this post just got 10 times creepier ok bye
…and I’m jealous of every girl who came before me. The girls you knew, the girls you kissed, before you had even heard my name.
*forgets to talk to friends for 4 weeks*
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always ask a snail where they are going and if they need help getting there
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THERE IS A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN
- finding someone aesthetically pleasing
- being sexually attracted to someone
- being romantically attracted to someone
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if it is ur birthday happy birthday and if it isnt happy existing day
I think it’s so sweet when people remember lil things about me but I feel like such a creep when I remember things about people
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Well, in fact I think emotional loneliness happens more when you’re in a group of people. When you’re alone you don’t feel lonely at all because it’s just yourself and your surroundings and when there are other people around that’s when you start feeling lonely. Maybe because you can’t connect with them or maybe because you can’t socialize with them. There being other people around you reminds you of how lonely you are I guess. It’s kind of ironic, it’s kind of a paradox that way.