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Merry Christmas

Isn’t it weird? Crazy people stalking other (crazy) people, then relaying information back to you. It’s amazing what you can learn. Especially when someone claims they love you, then won’t talk to you, then get with someone else shortly after not speaking to you. Guessing they just wanted that someone to fill the gap - metaphorically and literally. Oh well: the chemical reactions in our brains makes us do some crazy shit; I just had the tolerance to control mine. I’m kind of glad, though; I’ll be able to keep my dignity. Although, I think about the logic more than the emotions, emotions do sometimes get the better off me, and therefore, it is going to be a sad period. There’s no one I can share this with, so it will have to go down on here.

Merry Christmas. I couldn’t care less (irony).

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radical-illusion:

drugs4lunch:

mindlesskids:

pinkmlk:

weirdteenblogger:

this is my fav video

angry scots are the best type of angry omfg

OMG AHHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAH

I’m
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i am in full sobbing mode rn 

I CANT HANDLE LIFE

Potentially, the funniest thing I have ever seen.

(Source: theprofoundship, via la-cornaline)

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Ideas

I might start a new blog where I state who I unfollowed, and why I unfollowed them. And let’s see how long it takes for someone to overreact and get their 10 faggoty mates to kill me.

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New year; new start

For the last few days, I’ve actually planned my next year out. I even wrote everything I’m going to do. I made a list of achievements I need to accomplish by December 2013. I’m taking advantage of the Mayan calendar shit, starting my own meaning to it, and see if I can tear shit up.

I’m 20, going into a new year, and I’m not getting any younger, so, I need to prepare myself, in case anything shit proper happens. I’ve wrote out a schedule for my life, a budget, plan bs. I’m actually leaving my memories behind; I think it’s been a bit too long for them to drag me down.

I am looking forward to this - though it’s going to be a struggle. Who cares though? I’m not going to die. It’s only something telling me, I’m craving shit I used to love. In the long run, I’ll be so much happier.

What’s worse is, I have no motivation. But careful planning should help me through the year. If I plan, I should have no problems. I have the tools to organise myself, so I shouldn’t have the bother. I may go to sources to get help with motivation - I really need this; I do. It’s all in the brain, so why don’t I just go against it; I do anyway?

So, I’m not going to tell you my objectives because they’re personal, but by the end of the year, I’ll let you know whether I passed. Well, to be honest, none of you give a shit. This piece is for my self, so I can put myself in perspective. Hope this shit goes well from 2nd January. As if you thought I’d start on a day where I was hungover and wanted to die. Lel.

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Hi, I’m Vodafone.

Hi. My name is Vodafone. I employ 500 people in the middle of the nowhere, so my employees must rely on their cars to get to work. I know; let’s only put 20 car park spaces on the premises, then take disciplinary action on my employees when they can’t find anywhere to park. Oh, guys? Why don’t you get the bus? It comes every hour and takes you two hours to get home! That’s well better than getting a car. You should be more responsible. After all, it’s not our fault that we’ve provided half a parking space for 500 to fight over whilst our visitors get about 17 warehouses to park their Mercedes.

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I don't even smoke.

Lady:
Do you smoke?
Man:
Yes
Lady:
How many packs a day?
Man:
3 packs
Lady:
How much per pack
Man:
£10.00
Lady:
And how long have you been smoking?
Man:
15 years
Lady:
So 1 pack cost £10.00 and you have 3 packs a day which puts your spending each month at £900. In one year, it would be £10,800 correct?
Man:
Correct
Lady:
If in 1 year you spend £10,800 not accounting for inflation, the past 15 years puts your spending at £162,000 correct?
Man:
Correct
Lady:
Do you know that if you hadn't smoked, that money could have been put in a step-up interest savings account and after accounting for compound interest for the past 15 years, you could have now bought a Ferrari?
Man:
Do you smoke?
Lady:
No
Man:
Where's your fucking Ferrari then?

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boggletheowl:

1) Don’t try to give them advice. I know this is coming from an owl who gives depressed people advice! But I only do that for people who have asked for it. Unless they specifically say to you, “What do you think about all this?” or “What do you think I should do?” then advice is not really what they’re looking for, and you don’t need to feel like you have to come up with any.2) Don’t try to guess what they’re feeling, or why they feel that way. The best case scenario is that you are right, but they didn’t figure it out for themselves, so it probably won’t sink in! The worst case scenario is that you are wrong, and you have inadvertently shut them out of the conversation. Either way, you haven’t really helped. Of course, if they ask for your insight, that’s a different story!3) Ask questions! And then be quiet until they are done talking. Give them just a little bit longer to go on than you would in an ordinary conversation. There is a good chance that they have things they need to say, but are reluctant to talk about. Maybe you feel awkward during silences, but they need those silences to work up the courage to keep talking.4) Maybe you know something about their condition. Maybe you even share it! But you are not talking about their condition (unless for some reason you are); you are talking about their feelings, and their experiences. Empathy is very powerful, but don’t let the conversation become about you or what you know.5) They might try to deflect the conversation by bringing your feelings into it: “Sorry for bringing you down,” “I don’t want to make you worry, I’m fine,” “This must be really boring, let’s talk about something else,” that sort of thing. They are probably not doing that because they really want to change the subject, but because opening up is hard, and maybe they feel like they don’t deserve to. Gently reassure them that you are fine, their problems are not boring, and that you want to help and you are still listening. If you do that, and they still try to deflect, you can just ask them, “Do you really want to change the subject? It’s okay, we don’t have to keep talking about this if you don’t want to.” But make sure it’s clear that that choice is about their feelings, not yours.6) Things that are obvious to you are not obvious to them. You know that they are fun to be around! You know that it’s okay for them to make mistakes! You know that having a bad day doesn’t make them a bad person! But they don’t know that. These are good things to point out.7) You are going to have to repeat yourself a lot. This is because their thoughts are repeating themselves a lot! Depression is at least partly fueled by self-destructive thought patterns, which means they are falling into the same thought-traps over and over again. Please try not to get frustrated. They are not doing it on purpose.8) It is important to establish boundaries. Being around depressed people can be very draining. And if you make yourself constantly available to them, there is a good chance that they will start to rely on your support in an unhealthy way! That is not good for you, them, or your relationship. It is okay to say, “I love you! I wish you weren’t feeling this way! But I can’t really deal with this right now. Please do something nice for yourself, okay? I will talk to you tomorrow!” They might be a little hurt to be turned away at first, but ultimately it is for the best.9) Understand that you do not have the power to break them out of their destructive thought patterns. Only they can do that. They will have a hard time internalizing what you say, and they probably won’t take your advice (assuming you even gave them any). And that’s okay. You are just trying to support them! They can do anything they want with that support.10) Please don’t be disheartened by what looks to you like a lack of progress. I know it can be hard not to feel like you aren’t making any difference. But your kindness and patience are so powerful. People struggling with depression know how hard they sometimes are to be around. The fact that you are trying at all means more than you think.
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I just want to say that I am not any kind of therapist; I am just a girl on the internet who draws owls. But I get a lot of questions from people who want to take better care of their depressed friends and family, but don’t know how! So I hope this has been useful to some of you out there!


Omg. This person actually fucking gets me.

boggletheowl:

1) Don’t try to give them advice. I know this is coming from an owl who gives depressed people advice! But I only do that for people who have asked for it. Unless they specifically say to you, “What do you think about all this?” or “What do you think I should do?” then advice is not really what they’re looking for, and you don’t need to feel like you have to come up with any.

2) Don’t try to guess what they’re feeling, or why they feel that way. The best case scenario is that you are right, but they didn’t figure it out for themselves, so it probably won’t sink in! The worst case scenario is that you are wrong, and you have inadvertently shut them out of the conversation. Either way, you haven’t really helped. Of course, if they ask for your insight, that’s a different story!

3) Ask questions! And then be quiet until they are done talking. Give them just a little bit longer to go on than you would in an ordinary conversation. There is a good chance that they have things they need to say, but are reluctant to talk about. Maybe you feel awkward during silences, but they need those silences to work up the courage to keep talking.

4) Maybe you know something about their condition. Maybe you even share it! But you are not talking about their condition (unless for some reason you are); you are talking about their feelings, and their experiences. Empathy is very powerful, but don’t let the conversation become about you or what you know.

5) They might try to deflect the conversation by bringing your feelings into it: “Sorry for bringing you down,” “I don’t want to make you worry, I’m fine,” “This must be really boring, let’s talk about something else,” that sort of thing. They are probably not doing that because they really want to change the subject, but because opening up is hard, and maybe they feel like they don’t deserve to. Gently reassure them that you are fine, their problems are not boring, and that you want to help and you are still listening. If you do that, and they still try to deflect, you can just ask them, “Do you really want to change the subject? It’s okay, we don’t have to keep talking about this if you don’t want to.” But make sure it’s clear that that choice is about their feelings, not yours.

6) Things that are obvious to you are not obvious to them. You know that they are fun to be around! You know that it’s okay for them to make mistakes! You know that having a bad day doesn’t make them a bad person! But they don’t know that. These are good things to point out.

7) You are going to have to repeat yourself a lot. This is because their thoughts are repeating themselves a lot! Depression is at least partly fueled by self-destructive thought patterns, which means they are falling into the same thought-traps over and over again. Please try not to get frustrated. They are not doing it on purpose.

8) It is important to establish boundaries. Being around depressed people can be very draining. And if you make yourself constantly available to them, there is a good chance that they will start to rely on your support in an unhealthy way! That is not good for you, them, or your relationship. It is okay to say, “I love you! I wish you weren’t feeling this way! But I can’t really deal with this right now. Please do something nice for yourself, okay? I will talk to you tomorrow!” They might be a little hurt to be turned away at first, but ultimately it is for the best.

9) Understand that you do not have the power to break them out of their destructive thought patterns. Only they can do that. They will have a hard time internalizing what you say, and they probably won’t take your advice (assuming you even gave them any). And that’s okay. You are just trying to support them! They can do anything they want with that support.

10) Please don’t be disheartened by what looks to you like a lack of progress. I know it can be hard not to feel like you aren’t making any difference. But your kindness and patience are so powerful. People struggling with depression know how hard they sometimes are to be around. The fact that you are trying at all means more than you think.

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I just want to say that I am not any kind of therapist; I am just a girl on the internet who draws owls. But I get a lot of questions from people who want to take better care of their depressed friends and family, but don’t know how! So I hope this has been useful to some of you out there!

Omg. This person actually fucking gets me.

(via idonotwanttomissathing)

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To anyone who wants to commit suicide:

Before you commit your stupid act, why don’t you take out the biggest loan you can; I mean like, a second mortgage. Something in the region of £100,000 to £250,000. Or even more than that. Get that money in your fucking bank account and explore that world. Go anywhere you want; Australia, Peru, America, Italy, Iceland. Fuck bitches, prostitutes, dogs, anything.

Why the fuck do you care? You were only going to kill yourself anyway. And if you think, yeah, but what if my family inherited the debt, well, dickhead, I’d rather leave £250,000 in debt to them than my dead body.

I’m just saying, man: if you really are serious about it, you live a life without consequences , so do what you want.

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Fuck you, generic pictures of how boys feel.

Okay, guys, you got me. That picture of where girls are upset at initial break ups and they get better over time, whilst guys love it at first, then gradually start to miss whatever. Yep that is true. I don’t know what pissed me off more: a shitty picture designed for retweets was true or the fact: I’m going to be upset, not wanted to get close to everyone whilst you’re sucking dicks at every opportunity. Life sucks; I know.

What’s worse is, I have shit ton of money in my bank. I could easily get a prostitute, drugs, alcohol. Perfect night scoring off a nigger prostitute’s arse whilst pouring vodka into my eye balls. But, nope, I’m just laying in bed listening to shitty music when I could re-learn my 4 instruments. Nah, Joel; you wanna be listening to music, particularly in the minor key - oh well.

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Customers

Customer:
Because you don't have the iPad in stock, I want it for free when it next comes in stock.
Me:
I'm afraid, we can't do that. It's not Vodafone's fault that Apple haven't delivered their stock to us.
Customer:
I, then, want to cancel my contract then. Your company is diabolical; I can never get anything I want, when I order it. Your customer service is terrible. I want to speak to someone who is on a higher payroll and intelligence than yourself.
Me:
Okay, but you will be hit with an early termination fee of £1500 because you upgraded early. And we have same decision making as a manager.
Customer:
Okay. I will do that! And I don't care; I want to speak to a manager.
Me:
Okay... but just to let you know that you're going to pay £1500 to cancel a contract over a £100 that you want off an iPad, and you just called me unintelligent.
Customer:
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Me:
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Salut

Mon dieu, je ne sais pas pourquoi je fais cela. J’ai décidé que je vais apprendre le français. Pour les personnes qui parlent déjà le français, vous savez déjà que j’ai écrit ceci dans Google Translate, puis venez de copier dans mon blog Tumblr. Mais oui, je suis en train de peur que je ne serai pas en mesure de trouver une bonne carrière, malgré que je travaille pour Vodafone, donc ce que je fais est d’apprendre autant que possible sans payer beaucoup d’argent pour les frais universitaires. C’est ma première étape: apprendre le français. Je pourrais même abandonner à mi-parcours parce que ma motivation est inexistante aucun. Mais je ne vais pas, je sais que je ne veux pas.

Au revoir.