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Click, Dude, and Frozen: kandrakelsierthe-formerone Follow lapushpaclk twilight but bella is accidentally super stoned every time edward does something weird and supernatural so she never actually notices or figures it out by herself, but she points it out every time and scares the hell out of him the cullens have had several code reds, all because edward's new lab partner keeps brushing up against him unintentionally and going "woan, dude. you re like, super cold" eventually, after months of them hanging out and her repeatedly missing key things he gradually makes more and more obvious he is literally sitting underneath the sun and sparkling, and she just squints at him, gives him a silly thumbs up, and then a high five shortly after he just gives up and tells her rosalielesbianhale edward being so fed up with keeping the secret from bella so they're lounging in the sun, with edward just waiting for it to click, for her to realise that he's not human bella spends so long looking at him with edward completely frozen in place waiting to see what her reaction will be. he's prepared for fear in her eyes, for her to scream, to distance herself from him or possibly run away. what he is not prepared for is her lazily trailing her finger down the length of his forearm and breathing out a single word. "pretty." she then falls back on the grass with her eyes closed enjoying the sun but edward is so outraged that he springs to his feet, not even bothering to move at a human pace and throws her words back in her face as if they were an affront. "pretty?? bella, this is the skin of a killer." bella just snorts, barely opening her eyes to look at him "okay, edgelord," there's a lazy smile on her face but she doesn't even bother to sit up before she continues, "edward, seriously, that's the skin of every teenage girl in the 90s and i admire your bravery in attempting to bring back body glitter but don't oversell it." hybridsins I stan stoner Bella morganfrederickrielly don't oversell it Stoner Bella
Click, Dude, and Frozen: kandrakelsierthe-formerone Follow
 lapushpaclk
 twilight but bella is accidentally super stoned every time edward does
 something weird and supernatural so she never actually notices or figures it out
 by herself, but she points it out every time and scares the hell out of him
 the cullens have had several code reds, all because edward's new lab partner
 keeps brushing up against him unintentionally and going "woan, dude. you re
 like, super cold"
 eventually, after months of them hanging out and her repeatedly missing key
 things he gradually makes more and more obvious
 he is literally sitting underneath the sun and sparkling, and she just squints at
 him, gives him a silly thumbs up, and then a high five shortly after
 he just gives up and tells her
 rosalielesbianhale
 edward being so fed up with keeping the secret from bella so they're lounging
 in the sun, with edward just waiting for it to click, for her to realise that he's not
 human
 bella spends so long looking at him with edward completely frozen in place
 waiting to see what her reaction will be. he's prepared for fear in her eyes, for
 her to scream, to distance herself from him or possibly run away. what he is not
 prepared for is her lazily trailing her finger down the length of his forearm and
 breathing out a single word. "pretty."
 she then falls back on the grass with her eyes closed enjoying the sun but
 edward is so outraged that he springs to his feet, not even bothering to move at
 a human pace and throws her words back in her face as if they were an
 affront. "pretty?? bella, this is the skin of a killer."
 bella just snorts, barely opening her eyes to look at him "okay, edgelord,"
 there's a lazy smile on her face but she doesn't even bother to sit up before she
 continues, "edward, seriously, that's the skin of every teenage girl in the 90s
 and i admire your bravery in attempting to bring back body glitter but don't
 oversell it."
 hybridsins
 I stan stoner Bella
 morganfrederickrielly
 don't oversell it
Stoner Bella

Stoner Bella

College, Music, and School: Bax Kapital Follow @bax_up Found this in a book- Cost of attending the University of Houston in 1975 $152.50 SCHEDULE FeES STATEMEN UNIVERSITY oF HouSTON U7 23 39 84 Fieat Cly National Bam 18 175 DATe 1 75 TR 77012 נ52. STUDENT COPY PAY THE AMOUNT. * 9:04 PM-13 Aug 2018 8,473 Retweets 22,474 Likes SCHEDULE FEE STATEMENT UNIVERSITY oF HoUSTON 180970 (CC 7-12) STUDENT NUMBER AND NAME (CC 13.36) TIME DAYS ROOM BLDG SECTION COURSE 11 2 211 212 331 6938 DEPT GR. HOURS SPA SPA SPA MTH MTH 3034 3063 5505 3884 4054 11130 1230 1 0100 0200 PM 11230 0130 PM T 3 0700 0830 PM T. TH 3 0530 0700 429 AH 1 28 427 A H 249 CO S R TOTAL 9 First City National Ban 16 1975 UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON DRAWING ACCOUN GENERAL FUND 18 CC 37-39 THIS STATEMENT MUST BE RETAINED IN YOUR POSSESSION AT ALL TIMES NOTE DATE 0 14 75 MAJOR BİOPHY GR COLLEGE NSM SEMESTERSPRING 1975 AMOUNT 50.00 22 50 2) REGULAR FEE DESCRIPTIONN CR TUITION STUDENT SERVICE FEE ACADEMIC BLDG. USE FEE HOUSTONIAN (OPTIONAL PARKING FEE CONTRACT 忘1WAIVERS LOANS 01 14 75 ATHLETIC TICKET BOOK (optional) tl CASH □ CHECK p-sis2.yo LATE REGISTRATION FEE STUDENT TEACHING FEE LABORATORY FEE TOTAL I$ 1S2-SD Date REQUIRED P. E. FEE e 00 M. S. UNIFORM FEE PRIVATE MUSIC FEE CO-OP ENGINEERING FEE TEX-PIRG TUPPERLAKE DR HOUSTO N TX 77042 152 50 ACTIVITY PAY THIS AMOUNT STUDENT COPY 2 3 4 567 8 Elisha @discountkyrie Follow Boomers really got an education for pennies and had the nerve to turn around and charge us 5-6 figures, Wow Found this in a book- Cost of attending the University of Houston in 1975: 152.50 Show this thread 2:00 PM - 14 Aug 2018 73,023 Retweets 201,662 Likes I Am Your Khaleesi @TheDejaKing Follow Just to put this in perspective... In 1975 the minimum wage was $2.10/hr. Today, while minimum wage is now about 3x higher, the cost of just one year of school is now 164x more expensive than the price in this picture. 霾:(sa same n san, nisu Bax Kapital E @bax-up Found this in a book- Cost of attending the University of Houston in 1975: $152.50 Show this thread 8:26 AM 14 Aug 2018 22,031 Retweets 43,077 Likes e%)A80D smoochuu: gahdamnpunk: This is why baby boomers think we can pay for school while having a part time job im so mad
College, Music, and School: Bax Kapital
 Follow
 @bax_up
 Found this in a book-
 Cost of attending the University of
 Houston in 1975
 $152.50
 SCHEDULE FeES
 STATEMEN
 UNIVERSITY oF HouSTON
 U7
 23
 39 84
 Fieat Cly National Bam
 18 175
 DATe
 1 75
 TR 77012
 נ52.
 STUDENT COPY
 PAY THE AMOUNT. *
 9:04 PM-13 Aug 2018
 8,473 Retweets 22,474 Likes

 SCHEDULE FEE STATEMENT
 UNIVERSITY oF HoUSTON
 180970
 (CC 7-12) STUDENT NUMBER AND NAME (CC 13.36)
 TIME
 DAYS
 ROOM
 BLDG
 SECTION
 COURSE
 11 2
 211
 212
 331
 6938
 DEPT
 GR. HOURS
 SPA
 SPA
 SPA
 MTH
 MTH
 3034
 3063
 5505
 3884
 4054
 11130 1230
 1 0100 0200 PM
 11230 0130 PM T
 3 0700 0830 PM T. TH
 3 0530 0700
 429 AH
 1 28
 427 A H
 249 CO
 S R
 TOTAL 9
 First City National Ban
 16 1975
 UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON
 DRAWING ACCOUN
 GENERAL FUND 18
 CC 37-39
 THIS STATEMENT MUST BE RETAINED
 IN YOUR POSSESSION AT ALL TIMES
 NOTE
 DATE 0 14 75
 MAJOR BİOPHY GR
 COLLEGE NSM
 SEMESTERSPRING 1975
 AMOUNT
 50.00
 22 50
 2) REGULAR
 FEE DESCRIPTIONN
 CR TUITION
 STUDENT SERVICE FEE
 ACADEMIC BLDG. USE FEE
 HOUSTONIAN (OPTIONAL
 PARKING FEE
 CONTRACT
 忘1WAIVERS
 LOANS
 01 14 75 ATHLETIC TICKET BOOK (optional)
 tl CASH □
 CHECK p-sis2.yo
 LATE REGISTRATION FEE
 STUDENT TEACHING FEE
 LABORATORY FEE
 TOTAL I$ 1S2-SD
 Date
 REQUIRED P. E. FEE
 e 00
 M. S. UNIFORM FEE
 PRIVATE MUSIC FEE
 CO-OP ENGINEERING FEE
 TEX-PIRG
 TUPPERLAKE DR
 HOUSTO N
 TX 77042
 152 50
 ACTIVITY
 PAY THIS AMOUNT
 STUDENT COPY
 2 3 4 567 8

 Elisha
 @discountkyrie
 Follow
 Boomers really got an education for pennies
 and had the nerve to turn around and charge
 us 5-6 figures, Wow
 Found this in a book-
 Cost of attending the University of Houston in 1975:
 152.50
 Show this thread
 2:00 PM - 14 Aug 2018
 73,023 Retweets 201,662 Likes

 I Am Your Khaleesi
 @TheDejaKing
 Follow
 Just to put this in perspective...
 In 1975 the minimum wage was $2.10/hr.
 Today, while minimum wage is now
 about 3x higher, the cost of just one year
 of school is now 164x more expensive
 than the price in this picture.
 霾:(sa same
 n san, nisu
 Bax Kapital E @bax-up
 Found this in a book-
 Cost of attending the University of Houston in 1975:
 $152.50
 Show this thread
 8:26 AM 14 Aug 2018
 22,031 Retweets 43,077 Likes
 e%)A80D
smoochuu:

gahdamnpunk:
This is why baby boomers think we can pay for school while having a part time job
im so mad

smoochuu: gahdamnpunk: This is why baby boomers think we can pay for school while having a part time job im so mad

College, Music, and School: Bax Kapital Follow @bax_up Found this in a book- Cost of attending the University of Houston in 1975 $152.50 SCHEDULE FeES STATEMEN UNIVERSITY oF HouSTON U7 23 39 84 Fieat Cly National Bam 18 175 DATe 1 75 TR 77012 נ52. STUDENT COPY PAY THE AMOUNT. * 9:04 PM-13 Aug 2018 8,473 Retweets 22,474 Likes SCHEDULE FEE STATEMENT UNIVERSITY oF HoUSTON 180970 (CC 7-12) STUDENT NUMBER AND NAME (CC 13.36) TIME DAYS ROOM BLDG SECTION COURSE 11 2 211 212 331 6938 DEPT GR. HOURS SPA SPA SPA MTH MTH 3034 3063 5505 3884 4054 11130 1230 1 0100 0200 PM 11230 0130 PM T 3 0700 0830 PM T. TH 3 0530 0700 429 AH 1 28 427 A H 249 CO S R TOTAL 9 First City National Ban 16 1975 UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON DRAWING ACCOUN GENERAL FUND 18 CC 37-39 THIS STATEMENT MUST BE RETAINED IN YOUR POSSESSION AT ALL TIMES NOTE DATE 0 14 75 MAJOR BİOPHY GR COLLEGE NSM SEMESTERSPRING 1975 AMOUNT 50.00 22 50 2) REGULAR FEE DESCRIPTIONN CR TUITION STUDENT SERVICE FEE ACADEMIC BLDG. USE FEE HOUSTONIAN (OPTIONAL PARKING FEE CONTRACT 忘1WAIVERS LOANS 01 14 75 ATHLETIC TICKET BOOK (optional) tl CASH □ CHECK p-sis2.yo LATE REGISTRATION FEE STUDENT TEACHING FEE LABORATORY FEE TOTAL I$ 1S2-SD Date REQUIRED P. E. FEE e 00 M. S. UNIFORM FEE PRIVATE MUSIC FEE CO-OP ENGINEERING FEE TEX-PIRG TUPPERLAKE DR HOUSTO N TX 77042 152 50 ACTIVITY PAY THIS AMOUNT STUDENT COPY 2 3 4 567 8 Elisha @discountkyrie Follow Boomers really got an education for pennies and had the nerve to turn around and charge us 5-6 figures, Wow Found this in a book- Cost of attending the University of Houston in 1975: 152.50 Show this thread 2:00 PM - 14 Aug 2018 73,023 Retweets 201,662 Likes I Am Your Khaleesi @TheDejaKing Follow Just to put this in perspective... In 1975 the minimum wage was $2.10/hr. Today, while minimum wage is now about 3x higher, the cost of just one year of school is now 164x more expensive than the price in this picture. 霾:(sa same n san, nisu Bax Kapital E @bax-up Found this in a book- Cost of attending the University of Houston in 1975: $152.50 Show this thread 8:26 AM 14 Aug 2018 22,031 Retweets 43,077 Likes e%)A80D sushinfood: smoochuu: gahdamnpunk: This is why baby boomers think we can pay for school while having a part time job im so mad this is why they should all shut the hell up forever
College, Music, and School: Bax Kapital
 Follow
 @bax_up
 Found this in a book-
 Cost of attending the University of
 Houston in 1975
 $152.50
 SCHEDULE FeES
 STATEMEN
 UNIVERSITY oF HouSTON
 U7
 23
 39 84
 Fieat Cly National Bam
 18 175
 DATe
 1 75
 TR 77012
 נ52.
 STUDENT COPY
 PAY THE AMOUNT. *
 9:04 PM-13 Aug 2018
 8,473 Retweets 22,474 Likes

 SCHEDULE FEE STATEMENT
 UNIVERSITY oF HoUSTON
 180970
 (CC 7-12) STUDENT NUMBER AND NAME (CC 13.36)
 TIME
 DAYS
 ROOM
 BLDG
 SECTION
 COURSE
 11 2
 211
 212
 331
 6938
 DEPT
 GR. HOURS
 SPA
 SPA
 SPA
 MTH
 MTH
 3034
 3063
 5505
 3884
 4054
 11130 1230
 1 0100 0200 PM
 11230 0130 PM T
 3 0700 0830 PM T. TH
 3 0530 0700
 429 AH
 1 28
 427 A H
 249 CO
 S R
 TOTAL 9
 First City National Ban
 16 1975
 UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON
 DRAWING ACCOUN
 GENERAL FUND 18
 CC 37-39
 THIS STATEMENT MUST BE RETAINED
 IN YOUR POSSESSION AT ALL TIMES
 NOTE
 DATE 0 14 75
 MAJOR BİOPHY GR
 COLLEGE NSM
 SEMESTERSPRING 1975
 AMOUNT
 50.00
 22 50
 2) REGULAR
 FEE DESCRIPTIONN
 CR TUITION
 STUDENT SERVICE FEE
 ACADEMIC BLDG. USE FEE
 HOUSTONIAN (OPTIONAL
 PARKING FEE
 CONTRACT
 忘1WAIVERS
 LOANS
 01 14 75 ATHLETIC TICKET BOOK (optional)
 tl CASH □
 CHECK p-sis2.yo
 LATE REGISTRATION FEE
 STUDENT TEACHING FEE
 LABORATORY FEE
 TOTAL I$ 1S2-SD
 Date
 REQUIRED P. E. FEE
 e 00
 M. S. UNIFORM FEE
 PRIVATE MUSIC FEE
 CO-OP ENGINEERING FEE
 TEX-PIRG
 TUPPERLAKE DR
 HOUSTO N
 TX 77042
 152 50
 ACTIVITY
 PAY THIS AMOUNT
 STUDENT COPY
 2 3 4 567 8

 Elisha
 @discountkyrie
 Follow
 Boomers really got an education for pennies
 and had the nerve to turn around and charge
 us 5-6 figures, Wow
 Found this in a book-
 Cost of attending the University of Houston in 1975:
 152.50
 Show this thread
 2:00 PM - 14 Aug 2018
 73,023 Retweets 201,662 Likes

 I Am Your Khaleesi
 @TheDejaKing
 Follow
 Just to put this in perspective...
 In 1975 the minimum wage was $2.10/hr.
 Today, while minimum wage is now
 about 3x higher, the cost of just one year
 of school is now 164x more expensive
 than the price in this picture.
 霾:(sa same
 n san, nisu
 Bax Kapital E @bax-up
 Found this in a book-
 Cost of attending the University of Houston in 1975:
 $152.50
 Show this thread
 8:26 AM 14 Aug 2018
 22,031 Retweets 43,077 Likes
 e%)A80D
sushinfood:
smoochuu:

gahdamnpunk:
This is why baby boomers think we can pay for school while having a part time job
im so mad

this is why they should all shut the hell up forever

sushinfood: smoochuu: gahdamnpunk: This is why baby boomers think we can pay for school while having a part time job im so mad this is why...

Donald Trump, Driving, and God: gay victim soul @tragicgay Whenever I see news about how SNL or John Oliver or John Stewart "destroyed" Donald Trump my mind instinctively goes to this Vonnegut quote "During the Vietnam War, every respectable artist in this country was against the war. It was like a laser beam. We were all aimed in the same direction. The power of this weapon turns out to be that of a custard pie dropped from a stepladder six feet high." - feathersescapism: Every time I see this quote I realize how poor even very smart people are at looking at the long game and at assessing these things in context. One of my favourite illustrations of this was in a First Aid class. The instructor was a working paramedic. He asked, “Who here knows the stats on CPR? What percentage of people are saved by CPR outside a hospital?” I happen to know but I’m trying not to be a TOTAL know it all in this class so I wait. And people guess 50% and he says, “Lower,” and 20% and so forth and eventually I sort of half put up my hand and I guess I had The Face because he eventually looked at me and said, “You know, don’t you.” “My mom’s a doc,” I said. He gave me a “so say it” gesture and I said, “Four to ten percent depending on your sources.” Everyone else looked surprised and horrified. And the paramedic said, “We’re gonna talk a bit about some details of those figures* but first I want to talk about just this: when do you do CPR?” The class dutifully replies: when someone is unconscious, not breathing, and has no pulse. “What do we call someone who is unconscious, not breathing, and has no pulse?” The class tries to figure out what the trick question is so I jump over the long pause and say, “A corpse.” “Right,” says the paramedic. “Someone who isn’t breathing and has no heartbeat is dead. So what I’m telling you is that with this technique you have a 4-10% chance of raising the dead.” So no, artists did not stop the Vietnam War from happening with the sheer Power of Art. The forces driving that military intervention were huge, had generations of momentum and are actually pretty damn complicated. But if you think the mass rejection of the war was as meaningless as a soufflé - well. Try sitting here for ten seconds and imagining where we’d be if the entire intellectual and artistic drive of the culture had been FOR the war. If everyone thought it was a GREAT IDEA. What the whole world would look like. Four-to-ten percent means that ninety to ninety-six percent of the time - more than nine times out of ten - CPR will do nothing, but that one time you’ll be in the company of someone worshipped as an incarnate god. If you think the artists and performers attacking and showing up people like Donald Trump is meaningless try imagining a version of the world wherein they weren’t there. (*if you’re curious: those stats count EVERY reported case of CPR, while the effectiveness of it is extremely time-related. With those who have had continuous CPR from the SECOND they went down, the number is actually above 80%. It drops hugely every 30 seconds from then on. When you count ALL cases you count cases where the person has already been down several minutes but a bystander still starts CPR, which affects the stats)
Donald Trump, Driving, and God: gay victim soul
 @tragicgay
 Whenever I see news about how SNL or
 John Oliver or John Stewart "destroyed"
 Donald Trump my mind instinctively goes
 to this Vonnegut quote
 "During the Vietnam War,
 every respectable artist in
 this country was against
 the war. It was like a laser
 beam. We were all aimed
 in the same direction. The
 power of this weapon turns
 out to be that of a custard
 pie dropped from a
 stepladder six feet high." -
feathersescapism:

Every time I see this quote I realize how poor even very smart people are at looking at the long game and at assessing these things in context. 
One of my favourite illustrations of this was in a First Aid class. The instructor was a working paramedic. He asked, “Who here knows the stats on CPR? What percentage of people are saved by CPR outside a hospital?”
I happen to know but I’m trying not to be a TOTAL know it all in this class so I wait. And people guess 50% and he says, “Lower,” and 20% and so forth and eventually I sort of half put up my hand and I guess I had The Face because he eventually looked at me and said, “You know, don’t you.”
“My mom’s a doc,” I said. He gave me a “so say it” gesture and I said, “Four to ten percent depending on your sources.” 
Everyone else looked surprised and horrified. 
And the paramedic said, “We’re gonna talk a bit about some details of those figures* but first I want to talk about just this: when do you do CPR?” 
The class dutifully replies: when someone is unconscious, not breathing, and has no pulse. 
“What do we call someone who is unconscious, not breathing, and has no pulse?”
The class tries to figure out what the trick question is so I jump over the long pause and say, “A corpse.”
“Right,” says the paramedic. “Someone who isn’t breathing and has no heartbeat is dead. So what I’m telling you is that with this technique you have a 4-10% chance of raising the dead.”
So no, artists did not stop the Vietnam War from happening with the sheer Power of Art. The forces driving that military intervention were huge, had generations of momentum and are actually pretty damn complicated. 
But if you think the mass rejection of the war was as meaningless as a soufflé - well. 
Try sitting here for ten seconds and imagining where we’d be if the entire intellectual and artistic drive of the culture had been FOR the war. If everyone thought it was a GREAT IDEA. 
What the whole world would look like. 
Four-to-ten percent means that ninety to ninety-six percent of the time - more than nine times out of ten - CPR will do nothing, but that one time you’ll be in the company of someone worshipped as an incarnate god. 
If you think the artists and performers attacking and showing up people like Donald Trump is meaningless try imagining a version of the world wherein they weren’t there. 

(*if you’re curious: those stats count EVERY reported case of CPR, while the effectiveness of it is extremely time-related. With those who have had continuous CPR from the SECOND they went down, the number is actually above 80%. It drops hugely every 30 seconds from then on. When you count ALL cases you count cases where the person has already been down several minutes but a bystander still starts CPR, which affects the stats)

feathersescapism: Every time I see this quote I realize how poor even very smart people are at looking at the long game and at assessing th...

Ass, Bad, and College: Anonymous 12/01/18(Sat)06:19:39 No.49597417 parents spent most of childhood fighting dad was alwavs pissed >has a shitty fucking sense of humour ("haha I'm gonna beat you if you dont this and this") vividly remember getting slapped hard as fuck while we were taking a walk and I decided to skip was maybe 6 years old >broke my toys >mother never did anything says she's always there for me and the only one who actually acknowledged that their long ass divorce could possibly be a really shitty experience for me lies and manipulates people cheated on my dad when I was 9 took the money I got for birthdays and didn't give it back >dad's gf is actually kinda alright >she relays every thing i say to my dad or grandparents though tells me I'm indecent and rude when I curl up on a chair while at grandma's house extremely concerned about how other's view her typical woman.jpg have a family they all hate me because of my mum the only family member I truly love and would miss if they were gone is my aunt whom I see 1-2 a year just wanna get a well-paying and fulfilling job and move far away from all of the bullshit Anonymous 12/01/18(Sat)05:50:32 No.49597109 2/3 got accepted to good college >mom immediately thought that I would go on a drug/drink/sex bender and get into trouble >demand I install tracking software for the smart phone she gave me "how can I trust you after all you did to me in high school?!" largely "encouraged" to choose a particular engineering major extended family, particularly mom's side, made very clear to me the consequences for changing majors, that it would be held over my head for the rest of my life (they did it to cousin) >went there felt freedom for the first time in my life did not drug/drink/sex bender or get into trouble still maintained good grades throughout (dropped only 1 class, A's and B's in a very competitive program while taking a minor and premed courses) develop some of my own non-academic interests and hobbies which family grudgingly accepted (though still to this day try to pressure me to sell it all o stupidest thing I did was ask out high school oneitis, who proceeded to use my crime against me as a cheap way to gain connections for the rest of the 4 years nearly dropped out of major over that only thing that stopped me was seeing that it would take 5 years to graduate, and that it would be impossible to explain to family heartbreak is temporary, family is forever amirite? >powered through major despite slowly dying every day surrounded by people who hated me with no way out >family never knevw constant pressure destroyed me slowly: I'm surel have an undiagnosed anxiety disorder graduated get rejected by every medical program in the country >by this time mom cut connections with family who had always been treating her like shit thought things would get better, at least at home Anonymous 12/01/18(Sat)06:03:04 No.49597258 3/3 forced to take job at shithole startup witnessed and experienced unbelievable shit: racism, sexism, and just plain cruelty from rich degenerates playing company >mom never believed me when I explained thought I was exagerating, and would gaslight me even in middle of conversation >to this day I still hear "it's not that bad" when l make the mistake of talking about what happened over there I have since changed jobs and am still working on my ultimate goal, but I'm more of a wreck than l ever was. Thanks to being berated by my parents for being ungrateful, and constantly having to jump through a million hoops to try to win some love I'm extremely emotionally needy, especially towards women I percieve as mothering figures. It's to the point where I'm pushing away a formerly close friend and mentor who had been extremely kind to me The worst thing is that through all this, my mom (and probably nearly everyone else) is going to say it's all my fault for not being "strong" or independent" enough. For example a few weeks ago I was stupid enough to tell my mom how I hated how her relatives coerced me so hard into staying in my major, even when my heart and brain were both begging to be allowed to run, when they probably couldn't even tell me what my degree was in, and this made me too scared to leave since l feared a trickle down punishment from her. She told me l "stayed in there for myself" and it was all on me since "it's not [herl style" to directly confront others (although I have witnessed this several times). I have to keep pretending everything is alright though it is getting harder every day. There's nobody I can talk to about this: after all, who would believe me? Anon has a bad childhood
Ass, Bad, and College: Anonymous
 12/01/18(Sat)06:19:39 No.49597417
 parents spent most of childhood fighting
 dad was alwavs pissed
 >has a shitty fucking sense of humour ("haha I'm
 gonna beat you if you dont this and this")
 vividly remember getting slapped hard as fuck
 while we were taking a walk and I decided to skip
 was maybe 6 years old
 >broke my toys
 >mother never did anything
 says she's always there for me and the only one
 who actually acknowledged that their long ass
 divorce could possibly be a really shitty experience
 for me
 lies and manipulates people
 cheated on my dad when I was 9
 took the money I got for birthdays and didn't give
 it back
 >dad's gf is actually kinda alright
 >she relays every thing i say to my dad or
 grandparents though
 tells me I'm indecent and rude when I curl up on a
 chair while at grandma's house
 extremely concerned about how other's view her
 typical woman.jpg
 have a family
 they all hate me because of my mum
 the only family member I truly love and would
 miss if they were gone is my aunt whom I see 1-2 a
 year
 just wanna get a well-paying and fulfilling job and
 move far away from all of the bullshit

 Anonymous
 12/01/18(Sat)05:50:32 No.49597109
 2/3
 got accepted to good college
 >mom immediately thought that I would go on a
 drug/drink/sex bender and get into trouble
 >demand I install tracking software for the smart
 phone she gave me
 "how can I trust you after all you did to me in high
 school?!"
 largely "encouraged" to choose a particular
 engineering major
 extended family, particularly mom's side, made
 very clear to me the consequences for changing
 majors, that it would be held over my head for the
 rest of my life (they did it to cousin)
 >went there felt freedom for the first time in my life
 did not drug/drink/sex bender or get into trouble
 still maintained good grades throughout (dropped
 only 1 class, A's and B's in a very competitive
 program while taking a minor and premed courses)
 develop some of my own non-academic interests
 and hobbies which family grudgingly accepted
 (though still to this day try to pressure me to sell it
 all o
 stupidest thing I did was ask out high school
 oneitis, who proceeded to use my crime against
 me as a cheap way to gain connections for the rest
 of the 4 years
 nearly dropped out of major over that
 only thing that stopped me was seeing that it
 would take 5 years to graduate, and that it would
 be impossible to explain to family
 heartbreak is temporary, family is forever amirite?
 >powered through major despite slowly dying
 every day surrounded by people who hated me
 with no way out
 >family never knevw
 constant pressure destroyed me slowly: I'm surel
 have an undiagnosed anxiety disorder
 graduated
 get rejected by every medical program in the
 country
 >by this time mom cut connections with family who
 had always been treating her like shit
 thought things would get better, at least at home

 Anonymous
 12/01/18(Sat)06:03:04 No.49597258
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 forced to take job at shithole startup
 witnessed and experienced unbelievable shit:
 racism, sexism, and just plain cruelty from rich
 degenerates playing company
 >mom never believed me when I explained
 thought I was exagerating, and would gaslight me
 even in middle of conversation
 >to this day I still hear "it's not that bad" when l
 make the mistake of talking about what happened
 over there
 I have since changed jobs and am still working on
 my ultimate goal, but I'm more of a wreck than l
 ever was. Thanks to being berated by my parents
 for being ungrateful, and constantly having to jump
 through a million hoops to try to win some love I'm
 extremely emotionally needy, especially towards
 women I percieve as mothering figures. It's to the
 point where I'm pushing away a formerly close
 friend and mentor who had been extremely kind to
 me
 The worst thing is that through all this, my mom
 (and probably nearly everyone else) is going to say
 it's all my fault for not being "strong" or
 independent" enough. For example a few weeks
 ago I was stupid enough to tell my mom how I
 hated how her relatives coerced me so hard into
 staying in my major, even when my heart and brain
 were both begging to be allowed to run, when they
 probably couldn't even tell me what my degree was
 in, and this made me too scared to leave since l
 feared a trickle down punishment from her. She
 told me l "stayed in there for myself" and it was all
 on me since "it's not [herl style" to directly confront
 others (although I have witnessed this several
 times). I have to keep pretending everything is
 alright though it is getting harder every day. There's
 nobody I can talk to about this: after all, who would
 believe me?
Anon has a bad childhood

Anon has a bad childhood