- Lisa: Oh, by the way, you might be sitting on my bra. I don't know if that makes you uncomfortable or not.
- Me: ...I've stood in the bathroom and brushed my teeth while you were taking a piss on multiple occasions. Why would sitting on your BRA make me uncomfortable?
- Lisa: ...good point.
If God had chosen Bobby to stop the apocalypse, he would have done it in half an episode and spent the other half drinking beer and watching sports.
We want you to stop being intellectually bankrupt.
We are both likely to be disappointed.
I know this is sort of a fandom post, but it’s got so much truth to it. We are desensitized. Aside from being an interesting read, there are some genuinely fascinating themes in the Hunger Games trilogy, most of them revolving around the human condition.
This is my Mommy.
She is an alcoholic. She has driven drunk with me and my siblings and we have almost gotten into several car accidents. I grew up putting her to bed night after night, telling my two younger siblings that it was going to be okay, and cleaning up the messes she left behind. Sometimes even heard her say things that I know she did not mean. I don’t love my mother any less.
That is her one flaw. My mother is perfect in every other way. She is my best friend and I don’t know where I would be without her.
I want her to change for one reason and that is because I never want her to leave me. She is killing herself with booze and it is killing me.
I want her to stop. I have tried everything. Maybe if she see’s that even strangers care, just maybe she will try and stay with me longer.
By the way she doesn’t know I cut. It is the one thing I keep from her. I think, maybe we can stop hurting ourselves together. I have not committed because I do not want to put her through that pain. I don’t want her to kill herself with alcohol because then she will be putting me through that same pain I am saving her from.
Reblog if you love your mother, reblog if you care about mine, reblog if you also never want your mommy to leave you.