I ship it
Jon: i hope Colbert senpai will notice me.
Hi I'm Serena - 18 from Canada. This is basically a fandom blog (Supernatural, Doctor Who, Sherlock, Orphan Black, Hannibal, Lord of the Rings, Walking Dead, Avengers, Under the Dome, Elementary, Sleepy Hollow, American Horror Story are what will usually be found on here). It's a mess, I rarely tag things and I apologize.
Tbh you don’t really have the right to judge what somebody else is putting in their body. Poor people crave soda and get their periods and have kids who want Cheetos sometimes too. Nobody is going through your grocery cart with a fine-toothed comb. Trust me, that alone is privilege. Carefully selecting the least judgmental looking cashier at a grocery store is a real life thing people deal with. I promise.
To me, this is the same thing as saying I can’t buy something nice when I finally catch a tiny break in life. JUST BECAUSE WE’RE POOR DOESN’T MEAN WE DON’T WANT STUFF TOO. There is nothing worse than saving up for something you really want for a long time and then getting judged for it. I remember how much shit I got on here for posting about owning a MacBook (which was GIVEN to me, but I didn’t specify that because it’s clearly nobody’s business) and anyway it was just so discouraging and annoying. Like we don’t deserve to have nice things. Whatever
I guarantee you those people are getting far more calories and food for more days out of those things than they would if they purchased fresh fruit.
Seriously. We’re poor. We’re still human. We don’t lose the desire or need for processed sugar (which most everyone is addicted to, regardless of socio-economic status), the desire or need for comfort (which many people get from food), cravings, or the right to eat what we want (regardless of other people’s judgmental assholery) based on what’s in our pocket or bank account.
i especially like the window behind the staircase
No wonder he got kicked out of art school
im laughing so hard holy hell
the bottom left window is torturing me
I’m happy for the amount of notes this has, it definitely deserves each and every one.
Marilyn and his words of wisdom..