This one I learned from my dearest friend Jesus.
Also the “Don’t Panic” rule for the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. This is one of the most important rules because it can help you out so much. When something is happening that may be bad or may get you in trouble you need to play it cool. Relax and try to think as clearly as possible. If your sister finds a letter that clearly outlines you’re gay and then makes a photo copy of it and gives it to your mom one day when she gets pissed at you, don’t be a fool and rip the letter from your mom, tear it up, and then start crying and proceed to get on the roof for a couple of hours. She might think something is up.
Appreciate those that you have around. Appreciate everything that you have been blessed with. If you’re still alive your cup should be at least half full. Be thankful.
Drag Queens are fabulous. You need to pay them by buying them a drink at the very least for being this fabulous.
Always be ready to account for the stupidity of others. Trust me it’s best that you be overly prepared than putting all your hopes on an idiot friend who can’t spell orange.
When a friend tells you you can sleep over, ALWAYS ask where you’ll sleep. It might turn out you’re going to be at the basement of his dorm room underneath a table with only your jacket and the last bit of dignity to cover yourself. Unless you don’t care about yourself then heck do as you please.
Simple. That’s it.
“I try to make myself realize that I have learned the difference between right and wrong. That there is such a thing as right and wrong. But instead I’ve learned that these are things - this “right,” and “wrong” - these are things that we are told. Simply told to believe. These are things we have not tested. And while most of the things we are told may be true, it is not until we have tested them, taunted them, flaunted them, that we truly know they are right. Or wrong. Or true. Or false. Or somewhere in-the-fucking-between. And I think I know now a little better which is which. And I also know I’ll never quit testing this world. I’ll never rely on common knowledge. Or common denominators. Or even common sense, for that matter. To do so would be too, well, common.”
-I am not myself these days, Josh Kilmer-Purcell
gosh I had posted something and chrome crashed and sucked
The things she did and the individual she is just makes me so happy.
Her story breaks my heart. I’m almost at the end again and I don’t want it to end. Again holding on…..
Tomorrow I will wake up and things will be better. I will make them better once more. Or die trying. I guess that’s all any of us really can do.
I had a horrible dream last night that I was going to go out for a drive with Kristen and I was in my car. As I was backing out everything started to get dark and my foot got heavier. I feel asleep on the wheel I just remember hearing my engine start roaring and hearing kristen scream. My body felt the car and the fear and my heart was pounding. And then it all went away :(
I need some help on this particular subject that I’m trying to write about. I basically want to know at what time you came into terms with your sexuality wheter straight, gay, or bi. I then want to know what first made you think about the subject, if you ever had any doubts, and how you told others that you were straight or gay.
Please respond :)