I’m at panera and when I was standing in line, this couple in front of me had these two boisterous kids that they couldn’t control, and the kids ran into me/smacked me three times. The parents only noticed once (and apologized). I don’t blame the parents or the kids, and I’m used to it from having a big Mormon family, but it’s still fucking annoying

for my homework, my teacher is trying to make us all visit a wonky, broken website from 2001

domgrantaire:

wow what a challenge this one turned out to be 

domgrantaire:

wow what a challenge this one turned out to be 

(Source: celestialbun)

akaitsuki replied to your post: ive had the same blog title for a year…

I have one url for 3 years i need to change it but i dont know for what

i’d never ever change my url, but i feel like changing my blog title is like indicative of a major shift in my overall feelings…I TAKE CHANGING THINGS VERY SERIOUSLY

ive had the same blog title for a year and i finally changed it

Anonymous said:

I live in Calgary and we never ever ever got school lunches. In junior high, we had a tiny and very expensive cafeteria that served soggy sandwiches and donuts. In high school it was the same.

i’m getting mixed messages about canada

Anonymous said:

I live in a smaller city near Vancouver, Canada, and the high school i went to was kinda ghetto (when it rained there were buckets in the girls change room to catch water) but there's a program that senior students take and they have to make fresh lunch for students/staff members. It kinda tasted like cardboard though.

in my high school there was a “salad” bar (i guess more like an “extras” bar) that was basically free and it consisted of cold pizza from weeks before cut up into strips

i’m on the washington state legislature website and it’s got a menu of external links and one of them is for “congress - the other washington” and i think that’s pretty cute for a state legislature website

shes so pretty ;-;

Anonymous said:

i live in edmonton (a city just a few hours away from the other anon) and yeah all my cafeteria food is like made fresh that day every day we have pretty good food in the schools i cant imagine green hotdogs

what the heeeeelllllll

Anonymous said:

Man, I just live in dorkass Calgary. My junior high and high school are actually considered ghetto and I still got great food there. I'm just going to get Canada to send you guys a bunch of chefs for your schools so you don't have to deal with potentially deadly pseudo-meat.

dammit canada!

Anonymous said:

The state of schools in the States makes me SO MAD. Like how is it even remotely legal for them to serve you green hot dogs and shit?? In elementary we got fresh meals made from scratch every damn day (which I know for a fact because my mum's the cook), in junior high we had a literal cuisinier, and in high school the lunches were made by the culinary arts class, which was taught by three professional chefs. Like I'm so pissed on your behalf your gov't is a bag of dicks for not demanding better.

…WHAT THE HELL

WHAT THE FUCK

I GO TO A COLLEGE THAT I PAY THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS A YEAR OUT OF POCKET FOR AND THE CAFETERIA SHIT IS STILL THE SAME MICROWAVED SHIT THAT I ATE IN ELEMENTARY AND HIGH SCHOOL

arghh

also after i told him we weren’t just going to give it to him for free, he was like “oh well,” put it down on the counter, and walked out of the store empty-handed

fuckin’ SEE YA

Anonymous said:

Yay you have a crush! I wish you more "omg she's so amazing I can't stand it" emotions rather than a number of less awesome and sad emotions! Positive feels! oAo

fingers crossed for only good feelings…