“Miss you” I don’t like this phrase. It’s because people, sometimes even myself use it when you don’t even miss that person. It’s so common. When someone who I don’t miss says “I miss you” to me, I feel like I’m being forced to say “I miss you too.” It actually sickens me to think that I have to comply. That ache in my heart when I miss a person makes me want to do more than saying “I miss you”. That ache makes me want to look for that someone, spend time, be there for them, have a conversation with them. The moment I see them and go towards them, I feel the surge of relief coursing through me. It’s the best feeling ever. Sometimes it’s so great, I feel like tearing up. I don’t say “I miss you” unless I completely cannot reach out to you. Even so, I’ll curl up and try to fill that missing part with memories of you.
Forget ‘sexy nurse’ or superhero — once upon a time, Halloween costumes were genuinely terrifying.
OH GOD, I can’t believe it never occurred to me that these were living people and they died.
I kind of just
Did anyone else sort of feel REALLY bad when all of a sudden
do u ever feel bugs on you when there are no bugs
theyre the ghosts of bugs that youve killed
i wish i could unread this
time periods in american history when the majority of white people were right about the racism people of color were facing and knew more about racism than the people of color that were actually facing it:
- literally never
- this has not ever happened
- the overwhelming majority white people have always been wrong about racism throughout the entirety of american history and this is still the case