if a girl poisons you with japanese food what should you do
Actually I believe the correct grammar is “Sue her.”
“She” is a subject pronoun, so “her” is needed for the objective part of the sentence.
OMG I GOT A CARD FROM DOMINO’S SAYING I WAS ONE OF THE CLIENTS WHO MOST ORDERED PIZZA IN 2012 THEY’RE GIVING ME A FREE PIZZA FOR THAT I’M DYING IT HAS MY NAME WRITTEN WITH A GLITTERY PEN AND EVERYTHING OMG I’M DYING OMG
i’ve just realized that it is my biggest achievement of the year
you think they’re clothes
but they’re actually wearable hugs
AND MAKESHIFT BLANKETS THAT YOU CAN TUCK YOUR KNEES INTO.
everyone is embarrassed of their fourteen year old self trust me if you’re fourteen right now you will regret whatever it is that you are doing at this moment
What, being a SuperWhoLockian, Tumblrian, and just being generally pretty good? I don’t think so.
screenshot this and look at it in 3 years
reblog if your url holds deep, spiritual meaning for you
there are 3 types of people in the world: those that call him Flynn, those that call him Eugene and those that have no clue what I’m talking about
Carl Jung (via imoth)
Sometimes I get the sudden urge to draw, but then I realise I can’t fucking draw.
i don’t get it when people tell me i should stop doing things because “boys don’t like it”
like god forbid my personal choices prevent me from dating shallow close-minded assholes who care how long my hair is but don’t give a fuck about me as a person
I actually think this was pretty responsible. Rather than banning it outright, which would result in kids wanting to rebel even more, she offers it in her home where she can control the amount people drink. Good on ya, Mrs George. You’re a cool mom.
WH?? ????? ??
THERE’S NOTHING RESPONSIBLE ABOUT GIVING UNDERAGE PEOPLE ALCOHOL YOU DUNDERFUCK
i think its better having your teenager at least know what to expect when you drink than letting them drink away from home with the varibles of danger such as drunk driving being a possibility. my mother used to let me sip her margaritas cause thats what she drank at parties and it looked fun and tasty. one sip and my tongue may as well have shriveled up so none of that shit for me thanks. you live you learn
or they can wait until they’re 21 to drink and try it then??? holy shit
yeah cause in this day and age of peer pressure and shit, thats what a 16 year old at a party is going to do
Dude my mom let me have a glass of wine with dinner if I asked for it since I was like 12 and I rarely did it anyway because I learned that if I had more than one I got a fierce headache.
That was good information for me to know I found out how alcohol was going to affect me under parental supervision and it wasn’t a huge forbidden thing to hide and do in secret in excess just to see how much I could get away with. I don’t drink at all now.
Yeah. I’ve been drinking since I was 16. My parents would let me have a glass of champagne at New Year’s and on special occasions. My mother would almost frequently let me have pina coladas and margaritas during the summer. Because of that, I didn’t feel the need to go out and party hard once I hit 21.
You know, drinking with parental/legal guardian consent is legal. Even out in public, Tomithejellyfish.
Yeah exactly. My parents let me have small glasses and I’d like drink half. I think I only asked for it at christmas or if my grandparents were over.
12/13 sounds a bit young and I/my fam will probably get shit for that, but we’ve done this for generations and I don’t have a single alcoholic in my family.
Every night at dinner my dad offers us all a sip of his beer (or wine, depending), and he’s done it since I was about twelve as well (which would make my brothers eleven, ten, and nine - just for reference). We all said yes at one point, and after just a taste, we all turned it away. I mean, do you think most parents would actually allow their kids to drink more than what’s healthy for them? They’re giving you a chance not only to experience the temptation of alcohol early, and pass it by, but to let you feel like a grown-up. It’s extremely responsible.
To add onto this, there’s also the huge thing with teenagers where if you ban it, they want it. My mom has told me that if I want alcohol, I can have it as long as I don’t leave the house. If I wanted to try marijuana, she said to tell her and she could get some for me.
Number one: this showed me that my mom trusted me to not do these things on my own
Number two: it completely destroyed any want for either of these things
Parents know what they’re doing when they let their kids try these things at home. It’s a psychological thing, because teenagers are naturally rebellious. If we can’t have it, we want it. If we can have it, we don’t want it.
And in a lot of states, as long as you don’t leave your house, your parents are allowed to give you alcohol. You just can’t leave your property. I’ve had wine coolers and beer and mixed drinks in my house. Granted, the only one of those I’ve even remotely LIKED so far was wine coolers, but that’s because alcohol is fucking nasty.
TDLR: parents giving their kids alcohol in the home is not a bad parenting practice, it’s fucking smart.
My favorite story ever was my first experiences with weed and alcohol.
With booze, my mother brought me in to the living room. I was about 14 at the time. It was just the two of us kickin’ it that day, watching movies and such. She asked me if I wanted to have some wine. I said sure, so she poured my a glass. She said I could have as much as I want, but I couldn’t leave the house. Needless to say, I got smashed. From then on, drinking has become a very inconsistent thing for me because I don’t like getting REALLY smashed (though I do get carried away every now and then). I know what my limits are and I was never really tempted to drink while going through high school because of this.
The better story here was the weed one though. My mother brought both me and my sister in to the living room, sat us down and took out a pipe stuffed with weed. At first I thought it was my sister’s based on how terrified she looked. Then my mom said to us, “I like smoking weed. I think it can be relaxing and helpful in moderation and it is not something that should be looked at as unholy or overly taboo. If you want to, you can smoke weed, but I would rather you do it with my weed in the safety of our home where I know it is safe then out there where I know it is not. Now who would like the first hit?”
When parents take these kinds of things and show them to their kids at a younger age, and more importantly when they give their child the OPTION to try it in a safe and controlled environment, they’re less likely to rebel and do it recklessly. With weed, I wouldn’t dare give that to anyone over the age of 16 or so, but that’s a whole different story. Society has made so many things overly taboo to such a point that we’re ashamed of them. Sex, drinking, etc. There’s nothing inherently wrong with these acts at all, we’ve just been brought up to think that they’re things we shouldn’t do and if we do partake in them before a certain age, we need to feel ashamed for doing so. Fuck that noise. The only thing to be ashamed of is doing those things irresponsibly. Having a parent trust you enough to actually teach you and give you the opportunity to try these things in a safe place? That’s ideal in a lot of different ways.
Anyways, point being that showing your kids what its like to drink at a younger age can actually help a great deal with your relationship further down the line. This builds a sense of trust and opens the doors to your child being more open and honest with you. They’re less likely to rebel or get carried away (Again, everything in moderation. Don’t let em get super blitzed, but hey. Every now and then with fam is alright). Yelling at them over trying alcohol only makes them more likely to rebel against you and drink it anyways. Scolding someone over stuff like that will only serve to further the gap between you, imo. Everything in moderation. They say knowledge is power for a reason.
My mom told me a story about one her friends once, His dad was kind of strict and never ever let him drink he wasn’t even allowed it in the house because it was a sin or some shit to get drunk (his dad wasn’t really all that right in the head and even refused medication) and he was under constant supervision, he wasn’t allowed out with friends nothing.
So as soon as he hit 18 and left home he drank, he drank himself stupid because he didn’t know his limit and since he was a free man he just wanted to get drunk for the first time, which resulted in him ending up in hospital and two days later he died of alcohol poisoning all because he just wanted to do something his pa would never let him do, that’s why in my family we’ve always been allowed to have a drink in the house and which was good for me because I’m a heavy drinker and I enjoy rum so when I hit 18 I knew how much I could take in before I was laying on my face in puke.
petition for dudes to shut the fuck up about makeup on women
petition for everyone to shut the fuck up about makeup on women
petition for everyone to shut the fuck up about makeup on anyone
petition for everyone to shut the fuck up.
petition to fuck everyone
We always get here. How do we always get here?
it will forever annoy me that the dash is slightly off centre
WHY DID YOU HAVE TO MENTION THAT NOW I’M EXTREMELY UNCOMFORTABLE
Okay I’m sorry to hop on the parallels bandwagon this late but can we agree that Pippin and Kíli would be absolute besties
goofily playing jokes on other people and getting into trouble oh god
and then Merry and Fíli would go running after them to stop them from accidentally getting killed by Farmer Maggot or something bless
in which Celebrities tweet about Benedict Cumberbatch.
The whole fucking world has been Benaddicted and Cumberbatched
The Pope though