of yours, a secret
Halle-leuh! *snaps finger sassily*
All of this.
I don’t understand the stress on being “politically correct” when some people don’t like saying “Happy Holidays. I also don’t understand the anger some people feel when they’re told or the wrong holiday. I say “holidays” myself and I’m a Christian and I don’t expect people to say “Merry Christmas” to me. Hell, I’d find it really cool if someone said “Happy Hannukah” or “Joyous Kwanzaa” to me actually.
I just want to point out that just because you are African-American does not mean you necessarily celebrate Kwanzaa. Yes I understand the overall point of this, but I’m just saying there is probably a better way to have put that.
here’s a video of 7000 fireworks accidentally going off at once after a computer malfunction
(IF YOU’RE WEARING HEADPHONES TURN YOUR VOLUME DOWN JESUS CHRIST)
you posted this quote once, "we unknowingly pass the anniversary of our future death" it still fucks me up at night.
You should start keeping a diary.
And enter the best things that happen to you each day.
Make sure the person who will miss you most knows where it is in the event you pass.
Then, whenever that day comes, and you’re gone - and that person is beyond words or consolation, they can skim to the date of your death in previous years, and see that wasn’t the only thing that has happened to you on that day.
They can see that the day you died was also the day you had your first kiss with the person you love. Or the day you decided to start becoming a better person. Or how someone’s random act of kindness made you smile.
idk, that was the first thing that came into my head.