trying to console a friend whose problems you cant even begin to understand
Well we all remember what happened the last time someone challenged him.
If this gets a shit ton of notes will your mom get you a fluffy cow
So today was Opposite Day where you had to dress up as your opposite. Naturally, I dressed up as a girl. Only then I understood how to be a girl is really like. My friend put make up on me, it burn my eyes and made my eyes watery. It was uncomfortable and a real bad experience. I had a bra to keep my fake boobs in place. I felt suffocated, couldn’t even breathe correctly. It felt as if someone had their hands press against my chest. That’s not even the worst part. The part which disgusted me the most was when guys kept touching my boobs even though I asked them not to touch them, they knew my boobs where fake. The fact that people can’t understand the concept of the word ‘No’ pisses me off.
They asked me if they could feel my breast. When I replied “no” they went ahead to touch them anyways. I felt raped and I was mad. And I didn’t even got to experience the trauma of childbirth or periods. today I understood why girls feel angry all the time. And although I liked the attention everyone was giving me because of my big breast. Being a girl was not pleasant.
I poured my heart out only for 4 notes
That was beautiful-
There are just some sounds that everyone loves:
- Shoes on gravel
- Crackling of a fire
- The snapping of necks of those who think they can disrespect you
- Cats purring
one time my dad gave me a glass of milk and i meant to ask him “who’s milk is this” because i wasnt sure if it was for me or if i was supposed to give it to my brother but instead i just stared down at the milk and said “who’s this”
then my dad turned to me without missing a beat and said “that’s your new friend mr. milk.” and we stared at each other and then he asked me if i was high
to this day i still have not lived it down