HELLO. IT IS GALENTINES DAY.
on this momentous occasion i will take a break from netflix and i will make this post which is sure to be frustrating because of this new interface that my computer is allergic to
(that is the most romantic thing i will ever say to anyone, please cherish it)
i follow a ton of people and the overwhelming majority of those people are ladies, so i decided to attempt to categorize my love. which is not at all scientific.
some of you fall into multiple categories, and i haven’t eaten like all day so if you are not on here a) i forgot because i am a hungry spaced out idiot, or b) couldn’t think of your name immediately when i saw your URL which means i felt awkward putting you on here in case i screwed up, c) let’s chat more often!! i would like to say thank you to EVERYONE, mutual follows or not, for being my snarky little virtual family. thanks for putting the “ERNET” in “INTERNET FRIENDS”. no wait, that’s not right-
you are all ladies with one very special thing in common. that thing is me.
JUST KIDDING, THAT THING IS THAT YOU ARE ALL SO AWESOME I HAD TO SIFT THROUGH THE DAUNTINGLY DANK DREGS OF THE INTERNET (tumblr tracked tags) (too much alliteration i know i will cease and desist) TO FIND YOU AND LATCH ONTO YOUR TALL AND/OR SHORT FRAMES LIKE A HUMAN SUCTION CUP, WITHOUT FURTHER ADO
ladies who are rambly tagging neurotic balls of intellectual insanity (i promise that is a compliment) (think smart n nuts)
isabel ambre samwell beth ally peyton elyssa jessica natasha leah quiniva emma kayla asmaa sophia ljubica faith ash
ladies who are actual angels sent from above aka you are all so wonderful and kind i want to open palm slap you and watch a “go directly to hell” ticket drop from the heavens
ha kathleen taylor jenny caroline heath laura katrina lauren elena
I WARNED YOU SARA
You see, we have not been able to keep a Defence Against the Dark Arts professor for more than a year since I refused the post to Lord Voldemort.
Harry Bliss submitted this sketch in 1997 in response to Mayor Giuliani’s reluctance to investigate the police who tortured Haitian immigrant Abner Louima — but, unfortunately, this picture stands the test of time and still resonates clearly today. [excerpted from Blown Covers]