vojzabukur
vojzabukur:

bask-in-glory:

pls guys

I can’t find you ask vintage-annie but I give ya the name Tyler

Oh God, I remember a Tyler from my youth. I hated him so much and still do. He was a few years older than me; I think he was either 3-5 years older than me because I know he was around the same age as my brother who is roughly 2 1/2 years older than me. Anyways, I was always younger. This happened during my 2nd grade year through my 5th grade year until I moved states for my fathers job. He would always be a douchebag to me, along with his sister, Cassidy, and other brother, Brody. Cassidy and I used to be best friends; she’s a year older than me. One day, we stopped being friends because of various reasons. This caused huge problems between both of our families and I actually almost started a fight with her, and her and Brody who is about two years older than me. Tyler was a punk; he even flipped my mother off one day while he was riding on his bike. He started constant stuff with my brother and my best friend, Joey, who also lived in the neighborhood (he’s still my best friend). Since out neighborhood was recently built, there were only about 10 or so homes built, and everyone knew each other. Everybody knew Tyler and their family were douchebags. I still hate all of them to this day and will forever hate them until I die. They made about 4-5 years of my life miserable. Maybe I will get over my grudge some day, but as of right now, I ain’t even close. Thanks for the name, vojzabukur, lol!

vojzabukur:

bask-in-glory:

pls guys

I can’t find you ask vintage-annie but I give ya the name Tyler

Oh God, I remember a Tyler from my youth. I hated him so much and still do. He was a few years older than me; I think he was either 3-5 years older than me because I know he was around the same age as my brother who is roughly 2 1/2 years older than me. Anyways, I was always younger. This happened during my 2nd grade year through my 5th grade year until I moved states for my fathers job. He would always be a douchebag to me, along with his sister, Cassidy, and other brother, Brody. Cassidy and I used to be best friends; she’s a year older than me. One day, we stopped being friends because of various reasons. This caused huge problems between both of our families and I actually almost started a fight with her, and her and Brody who is about two years older than me. Tyler was a punk; he even flipped my mother off one day while he was riding on his bike. He started constant stuff with my brother and my best friend, Joey, who also lived in the neighborhood (he’s still my best friend). Since out neighborhood was recently built, there were only about 10 or so homes built, and everyone knew each other. Everybody knew Tyler and their family were douchebags. I still hate all of them to this day and will forever hate them until I die. They made about 4-5 years of my life miserable. Maybe I will get over my grudge some day, but as of right now, I ain’t even close. Thanks for the name, vojzabukur, lol!
nanodash
sagansense:

pennyfornasa:

On this day In 1961, cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first ambassador of our planet to enter the vastness of space. Vostok 1 was the first manned spaceflight of the early space race, and Gagarin completed one orbit of Earth before landing safely 108 minutes later.While flying weightless above Earth’s surface, Yuri Gagarin witnessed a spectacular view of home — forests, deserts, and great plains were surrounded by expansive oceans. Upon viewing the thin blue line of the atmosphere, Gagarin became the first of our inquisitive species to see our planet as it truly is — a vibrant, geologically active world circling a star. We at Penny4NASA urge you to honor the memory of this brave man, as his Vostok 1 mission was the catalyst for every manned spaceflight adventure to date.

Remember and honor this great (hu)man by exploring all of my related posts on Yuri Gagarin. Ad astra per aspera*

sagansense:

pennyfornasa:

On this day In 1961, cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first ambassador of our planet to enter the vastness of space. Vostok 1 was the first manned spaceflight of the early space race, and Gagarin completed one orbit of Earth before landing safely 108 minutes later.

While flying weightless above Earth’s surface, Yuri Gagarin witnessed a spectacular view of home — forests, deserts, and great plains were surrounded by expansive oceans. Upon viewing the thin blue line of the atmosphere, Gagarin became the first of our inquisitive species to see our planet as it truly is — a vibrant, geologically active world circling a star. We at Penny4NASA urge you to honor the memory of this brave man, as his Vostok 1 mission was the catalyst for every manned spaceflight adventure to date.

Remember and honor this great (hu)man by exploring all of my related posts on Yuri Gagarin. Ad astra per aspera*

I love this dog so much :)

This dog actually isn’t mine, but a neighbors. They never take care of him and let him roam the neighborhood. They bought him for Christmas for their kids, and the children never play with him. They actually even throw rocks at him while he’s swimming in the lake, chase him with four-wheelers, hit him with sticks, kick him, etc. He’s such an incredibly sweet dog. My family loves big dogs, labs especially. The best dog we’ve ever had was a black lab; she died in 2011 on St. Patrick’s Day. I’ve never met a dog as good as Licorice (my old dog) as this dog. I really wish we could keep this dog; we’re actually debating on handing the husband some cash to keep him. Anyways, just wanted to share this picture of him! His name is Gunnar, but when we first found him at our house we named him Murphy. We didn’t know he lived in the neighborhood and thought he was lost and actually kept him for two days while we waited for someone to claim him. Turns out it was the neighbor’s dog and they never made an attempt to find him. He only responds to the name Murphy, lol.

I love this dog so much :)

This dog actually isn’t mine, but a neighbors. They never take care of him and let him roam the neighborhood. They bought him for Christmas for their kids, and the children never play with him. They actually even throw rocks at him while he’s swimming in the lake, chase him with four-wheelers, hit him with sticks, kick him, etc. He’s such an incredibly sweet dog. My family loves big dogs, labs especially. The best dog we’ve ever had was a black lab; she died in 2011 on St. Patrick’s Day. I’ve never met a dog as good as Licorice (my old dog) as this dog. I really wish we could keep this dog; we’re actually debating on handing the husband some cash to keep him. Anyways, just wanted to share this picture of him! His name is Gunnar, but when we first found him at our house we named him Murphy. We didn’t know he lived in the neighborhood and thought he was lost and actually kept him for two days while we waited for someone to claim him. Turns out it was the neighbor’s dog and they never made an attempt to find him. He only responds to the name Murphy, lol.

thecaringconservative

archmasterjazzy:

aboutwhitewomen:

hellnoradfems:

viredae:

talking-fedora:

gaymommy:

#idontneedfeminism aka stupid white women that don’t actually know what feminism is

Wow, insulting their intelligence because you don’t agree with your movement that does admittedly have plenty of problems.

Classy.

Also, claiming their skin-color has any effect on their intelligence/insight.

Way to be racist!!

Isn’t it ironic that the OP calling these women stupid for being white is herself white?

The way that some feminists talk to women who reject feminism is eerily similar to the kind of unwanted sexual advances they complain about.

"You don’t know what’s good for you"

"Deep down inside, every woman wants feminism even if she doesn’t like it at first"

"Trust me, things will be much easier for everyone if you just let feminism happen

And calling women stupid for having a different opinion? I thought feminist was against sexism? Oh, wait. Only if they agree with you. 

anhourlypromisebreaker asked:

hello, I would like to publicly apologize for any anonymous hate from my followers resulting from that post, I would however still appreciate it if you did unfollow me as originally requested, this is a personal blog and I don't really feel comfortable with you following it.

Yes, thank you for saying that. Also, if I ever seemed like a jerk, it wasn’t my intention to do so in my comments; I was simply trying to explain what I think and believe in and why. Because you’re acting respectful here, I will unfollow you at your request.