I HEAR THOSE SLEIGH BELLS JINGLING
RING TING TINGLING TOOOOOOOOOOOOO
COME ON IT’S LOVELY WEATHER
FOR A SLEIGH RIDE TOGETHER WITH YOUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU
IT’S AUGUST YOU ASSHOLES
someone’s getting coal this year
IT’S FUCKING SEPTEMBER WHO BROUGHT IT BACK
There is nowhere to get my crazy out now and it is killing me.
Mo’Ne Davis Makes Little League World Series History In Three-Hit Shutout
The 13-year-old became the first girl to toss a complete game shutout in a Little League World Series-clinching contest Sunday thanks to a three-hit, six-strikeout effort for the Taney (Pa.) Dragons in an 8-0 victory over Newark (Del.) At 70 mph, Davis’ pitching arm bested every boy and girl in the opposition.
Source: Yahoo News
I don’t know where to go with this whole I can’t fucking deal with life thing but I can’t fucking deal and self loathing is at an all time high so woot
I struggled with an eating disorder for about 7 years, give or take. And right now, I write to you from a relapse.
I have a lot of fear about writing about relapse. So much so that I’ve decided to split this topic into several separate pieces, the first of which, a disclaimer. I want to make my warnings and explanations. I am not making excuses, I don’t know if excuses apply here. I suppose this…
I have been telling people this for years:
You can’t use stuff like 1 in 166, or even higher numbers, without counting people who are ‘high functioning’ or ‘PDDNOS’ and ‘Asperger’ and etc. So if you claim to use numbers like that in your fundraising, then you cannot claim that you’re not talking about (insert type of ‘high functioning’ person here). Because without ‘high functioning’ autistic people, you would have much smaller numbers much less impressive ones. So you basically use them for numbers, but then throw them away when they’re inconvenient to your cause.