I love reading, writing, fashion, and the supernatural, fairy tales, anything other than the normal. I love learning new things, but I don't like the way they're taught in school. My ultimate goal is to become a mermaid, grow wings, or marry a hermit and go live in a cave. Prolly you will find Disney, Buffy, Supernatural, books that I am reading at the moment, Bravest Warriors, Bee and Puppycat, SHIPS ALL OF THE SHIPS MY OWN *BATTALION*, Harry Potter (wipes away a tear), theatre stuffs, and pretty much anything that I feel like reblogging. And any book.And now you know everything about meee.Question? Gotta Post?
Imagine a superhero whose alter ego works for an insurance company so after saving the world they get calls about how ‘THAT CRAZY SUPERHERO THREW MY CAR INTO A GIANT LIZARD!!! AM I COVERED FOR THAT!??’ And ‘WHO DOES THAT SUPERHERO THINK THEY ARE?? THEY CAN’T JUST CRASH THROUGH THE WINDOW IN MY BUSINESS!!’
can we talk about welcome to night vale because it’s funny and quirky and 90% of the time you’re not totally sure what’s going on but also there are some really inspirational portions and without you even realizing it you’re listening to them tackle real world issues like censorship and racism and there is queer representation and poc god I love this show
Not to mention that many people get brutally murdered by supernatural forces
What makes up intelligence?
Certainly not the b.s you’ve been taught in elementary school. “Work hard and you can go anywhere.” No, do you want to know what really makes up how well you’re going to do in life?
It’s how much money your parents make. Look at all the top, elite schools. 90% of their kids come from rich families. And then you have that 0.05% from a rural hut in Africa that they’re going to blow-up like crazy, but that’s not the reality of it.
Think about it. Parents with money are going to be able to give their kids private tutors if needed, and positions in better schools with better educations.
And as for the others who don’t have as much money? They probably live in run-down neighborhoods, where they’re more prone to bad influences. You think they care about school, when they probably have to work extra hours to support their parents to pay the rent?
You are always going to have stories about that one kid that went from rags to riches, but that’s only a handful of lucky people. Most of the time, this is how the world goes. my thoughts (via sixpenceee)