flowersbythebay:

I want the type of guy who has enough class to pull a chair out for me and treat me like a lady but has the sense of humour to take a selfie with me on our wedding day


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a-queen-named-kingsley:

candidcourt:

spotkalosiezszerokimrozglosem:

babushka-nipples:

If you tell me that a father defending his daughter or protecting his little girl as she grows into the age of dating is patriarchy and something to be discouraged, in my mind I’m hoping you trip and fall on your face.. hard. Enjoy the road burn. 

It’s not about ownership, it’s “that’s my little girl. Be good to her or I will hurt you.”

oh but if it was a mother she’d be mother of the fucking year.

jfc this website is literally impossibly retarded

No but you don’t understand. It’s not about dads being nice and trying to protect their daughters. It’s them literally believing that they have possession over their daughters life. It’s about not letting her go to party’s with friends because “I won’t get time with you”. It’s about putting a camera and gps in her car to make sure their are no boys or traffic violations. But really it’s just because he doesn’t trust you not to leave. It’s about forbidding social interaction just because he might not get as much time with his precious daughter. This is the kind of dad that is too protective. To the point where it’s detrimental to growth both socially and mentally. He chalks it all up to wanting to protect his baby girl and to not have anyone hurt her, but really is being a manipulative little fuck about everything with a mask of father of the year. Because when a boy truly does hurt her, what does her father say? I told you so. Should I go hurt him because I’ve wanted to since day one. No one gets to hurt my girl. But her father has hurt her more than that boy ever did. And no, that boy does not deserve to be beaten by a man over twice his age. She loved him. Why would she want that? No, I don’t think you guys understand. There’s a lot more to it than what you think and it’s not just pissy ass teenagers spewing shit because their daddy didn’t let them go on a date with a boy until they got to high school. This is different.

First of all, I’m not talking about the overbearing, overprotective, crazy psycho father. I’m talking about your everyday, run of the mill dad. Or hell, older brothers for that matter. Even my husband says things about his 13 year old sister like “No, she can’t date. I was a teenage boy. No one is allowed to date my sister. ” Is he gonna run them off at gun point? NO, he’s just saying.. She’s my lil sister and I want to make sure she’s okay and no one takes advantage of her. 

Also…

Are you serious? I know a lot of my high school and college friend’s father’s and ya know what? When their daughters got hurt, 95% of them said “He’s not worth your time princess” (or something similar) and banned whoever it was from coming back to their house unless they earned back some respect from their dad. 

That might be YOUR experience, but I’ve never heard a father say “I told you so.” And what paranoid looney toon puts a camera and a gps in anyone’s car? This is the kind of deranged shit that people say that simply DOES NOT HAPPEN in the MAJORITY of cases. Does it happen? Sure… and it happens with mother’s too. Trying to protect their children and going overboard.

Mother or Father, that’s your child and you’re trying to save them from heartache and it’s not fucking malicious to want to save them from that with a warning to be careful, and a warning to whomever is taking them out. And for the record, I don’t know anyone’s father who actually BEAT UP the guy, the ones I know simply said “Stay away from my house, stay away from my daughter and don’t call here.”

It’s called parenting.

And in case it wasn’t clear the first time. I don’t mean the psycho clingy overbearing parents.. I mean, regular normal people who are protective. 

I’ve dated worthless piece of shit scumbags who my dad TOLD me were going to hurt me. HE WAS 100% RIGHT. But he never EVER said I told you so. Never tried to track me via my phone or track me down or follow me.
If anything, he was a bit lax with shit like that because I got away with a LOT.
My dad made mistakes, sure. He’s old-school Cuban. So he never talked to me about sex or STDs except to tell me that he didn’t want me having sex. And he didn’t let me go to my boyfriend’s house because he knew I would have sex.
Did it piss me off? Sure. Was it an ok thing to do? Not necessarily. But I AM his daughter and I WAS living in his house and under his rules.
He’s not perfect, he made mistakes, but in the end, he was just looking out for my safety and happiness, he WAS right, and he is my dad.
So shove off with your ‘omg patriarchy’ BS.
I just hope that fathers take the same precautions when dealing with their sons because there are shit stains of females out there who will use a baby to try to manipulate a man or fake a pregnancy and all of that.
Just watch out for your kids. Love them, educate them, and protect them.

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ THIS ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ EXACTLY ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Thank you. 

They make mistakes, but unless your parent is a legit crazy person, they are just trying to look out for you. It’s not a conspiracy to keep you locked in a cage, or control your every move. 


Flowers!! Gonna finish some more tonight or tomorrow and get them mailed out on Monday hopefully. #crochet#crocheting#flowers#crochetflowers


Are you on right now!?

borntobeabeast:

YAY! Reblog and like this so I can follow you! I need more people to follow in the dead of night ;)

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spotkalosiezszerokimrozglosem:

babushka-nipples:

If you tell me that a father defending his daughter or protecting his little girl as she grows into the age of dating is patriarchy and something to be discouraged, in my mind I’m hoping you trip and fall on your face.. hard. Enjoy the road burn. 

It’s not about ownership, it’s “that’s my little girl. Be good to her or I will hurt you.”

oh but if it was a mother she’d be mother of the fucking year.

jfc this website is literally impossibly retarded

No but you don’t understand. It’s not about dads being nice and trying to protect their daughters. It’s them literally believing that they have possession over their daughters life. It’s about not letting her go to party’s with friends because “I won’t get time with you”. It’s about putting a camera and gps in her car to make sure their are no boys or traffic violations. But really it’s just because he doesn’t trust you not to leave. It’s about forbidding social interaction just because he might not get as much time with his precious daughter. This is the kind of dad that is too protective. To the point where it’s detrimental to growth both socially and mentally. He chalks it all up to wanting to protect his baby girl and to not have anyone hurt her, but really is being a manipulative little fuck about everything with a mask of father of the year. Because when a boy truly does hurt her, what does her father say? I told you so. Should I go hurt him because I’ve wanted to since day one. No one gets to hurt my girl. But her father has hurt her more than that boy ever did. And no, that boy does not deserve to be beaten by a man over twice his age. She loved him. Why would she want that? No, I don’t think you guys understand. There’s a lot more to it than what you think and it’s not just pissy ass teenagers spewing shit because their daddy didn’t let them go on a date with a boy until they got to high school. This is different.

First of all, I’m not talking about the overbearing, overprotective, crazy psycho father. I’m talking about your everyday, run of the mill dad. Or hell, older brothers for that matter. Even my husband says things about his 13 year old sister like “No, she can’t date. I was a teenage boy. No one is allowed to date my sister. ” Is he gonna run them off at gun point? NO, he’s just saying.. She’s my lil sister and I want to make sure she’s okay and no one takes advantage of her. 

Also…

Are you serious? I know a lot of my high school and college friend’s father’s and ya know what? When their daughters got hurt, 95% of them said “He’s not worth your time princess” (or something similar) and banned whoever it was from coming back to their house unless they earned back some respect from their dad. 

That might be YOUR experience, but I’ve never heard a father say “I told you so.” And what paranoid looney toon puts a camera and a gps in anyone’s car? This is the kind of deranged shit that people say that simply DOES NOT HAPPEN in the MAJORITY of cases. Does it happen? Sure… and it happens with mother’s too. Trying to protect their children and going overboard.

Mother or Father, that’s your child and you’re trying to save them from heartache and it’s not fucking malicious to want to save them from that with a warning to be careful, and a warning to whomever is taking them out. And for the record, I don’t know anyone’s father who actually BEAT UP the guy, the ones I know simply said “Stay away from my house, stay away from my daughter and don’t call here.”

It’s called parenting.

And in case it wasn’t clear the first time. I don’t mean the psycho clingy overbearing parents.. I mean, regular normal people who are protective. 


I’m in the mood for some Kevin Smith movies & standup.


If you tell me that a father defending his daughter or protecting his little girl as she grows into the age of dating is patriarchy and something to be discouraged, in my mind I’m hoping you trip and fall on your face.. hard. Enjoy the road burn. 

It’s not about ownership, it’s “that’s my little girl. Be good to her or I will hurt you.”


highenergyjewtrino:

poryqon:

when you are doing a group activity in class and your teacher puts the smart kid in your group

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When you are doing a group activity in class and you’re the smart kid.

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rriza:

people whose parents pay them for good grades

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My grandparents used to do this twice a year (mid year & after finals), I got $20 per A, $10 for B, $5 for C and nothing for anything lower.. lol.. but I’d always forget about it and get really excited after I showed my grandparents my report card and got money.

They stopped after middle school because I was old enough to get a job, it was nice to get the extra money when I wasn’t though. Realistically though.. they are just paying their kids for putting in the work. Kid works, kid gets paid. Not that big of a deal. lol.


yall-mothafuckas-need-misha:

if i had a dollar for every minute ive ever spent on the internet only god knows where id be right now

probably still on the internet

But with a really nice laptop


I have a job interview!

My first one since I moved to Texas LAST AUGUST. 

And it’s to work on post :D


Tom Cruise
  • Hubs: What is your deal with movies with Tom Cruise? Why don't you like them?
  • Me: I don't know.. I just don't like Tom Cruise, it's his face.. and the way he talks. When he smiles it makes me violent inside. I want to punch him in the mouth.
  • Hubs: One, that's weird. Two, you can't dislike the whole movie cause of that.
  • Me: Oh yes I can, if he's the main character or one of them and I have to look at him the whole time.. I certainly can. I can't focus when he talks. And it's not ALLLLL Tom Cruise movies.. just most.

How to color eggs with onion shells.

countessaudronasha:

wewantwow:

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This must be the most beautiful DIY tutorial I have ever seen. And it so happens to be in style of this weekend. Found on Ulicam, a very nice blog by Ulrika Kestere, photographer and illustrator. For the whole tutorial and lot’s of inspiration, click here.

That’s one of traditional egg coloring in Lithuania :) We do that every year :D And you always get different shapes and color. It’s always fun to peel of the onion shells to see the pattern :)


comicbookactionsidekick:

sueishappy:

"and that is why pink ribbons are for boobies." -hank green

Things I did not know until now. DAMNIT HITLER.

Woah, I must have missed this video. I did not know that.