i'm just an awkward nineteen year old.
whenever i see people idolizing miley cyrus the way she is now all i can think about is south park and how she’s just being prepared for the next corn harvest.
what would you say to your 10 year old self
it’s funny because ants in actuallity can’t see very well and rely on a scent line left by other ants to make their way back. if that line is obstructed, they wait for another ant to come along and lay out an alternate route.
Possibly one of the best characters to ever be on TV
Salem was such a good character no one cared he was a bad puppet.
This character was the reason I expected that someday my cat was going to talk to me.
i can’t believe i relate more to a cat than human beings.
Even watching this gifset I keep forgetting he’s a puppet. His character was just so real
the fact that you can freely go talk to other people about anything and not to me is the most insulting and hurtful thing you’ve ever done.
anytime a guy says “that’s what she said” always reply with “not to you”
the more and more i think about it, the more i find myself wanting to rush next semester. it’s so unlike me to be doing something like that, but after seeing what they’re like in a new environment and seeing how the unlikeliest of people rushed, it doesn’t seem so bad anymore. it should be easy making a decision like this, but what i’m most afraid of is what people will think if and when i do. i don’t want people to think i’m just a typical girl trying to conform. i don’t want people to think i want to be a part of something superficial. because to me, right now being in a sorority doesn’t look so superficial.
one of my best friends joined a sorority this past fall, and absolutely nothing has changed about her. she’s still the same girl that i met in high school when we were both awkward freshmen. and i can honestly say being in a sorority hasn’t changed her one bit. i don’t think being in a sorority will change me significantly…i know who i am and who i want to be, and i don’t think being a part of any organization will ever change that.
i guess i’m just afraid of what the people closest to me will think. just the other night my boyfriend brought up the fact that so many people are becoming a part of greek life…and it kind of made me feel like if i ever did try rushing for a sorority he would think negatively of me…i know it’s pretty silly to think like that. if he cared about me he would respect what i want to do. but at the same time i’m afraid of what will happen and the unknowns.
i really don’t know what to do at this point. i mean, i have the rest of this semester and summer to think it through. i just don’t want to regret it in the future if i don’t try it out.
sorry for all the rambling…i just needed to get this off my chest in some form. any advice would help me out a lot right now.
Think twice before you judge a parent.