soulfrozen-forgotten

Me & My Dad telling My Step Mom I'm Gay

  • Step Mom: Our Server was checking you out, Haley.
  • Me: Uh, that's nice.
  • Step Mom: What, you don't think he's cute?
  • Dad: She's Gay Tammy.
  • (Awkward Silence)
  • Step-Mom: Well whats so good about eating Pussy?
  • Me: Excu-
  • Dad: Tammy, my daughter is gay. She eats Pussy; Yes, but it's not just about eating Pussy. She loves the Pussy, she admires the Pussy, she tends to the Pussy, she moves inside the Pussy . . . She is one with the Pussy, because, my daughter is Gay . . . She loves the Pussy.
  • (Longest Awkward Silence Ever)
  • Me: You said Pussy like 5 times . . .
  • Dad: 8 times Hunny, now finish your Burger.
melancholymay

I’d love it if even one person did this

Go on ANON and tell me what you think of me. I do not want to know who it is, at all. Don’t tell me who it is, don’t give me hints, don’t say your screen name. Tell me exactly what you think of me. Don’t sugarcoat things. Don’t lie. If you hate me, tell me why. Tell me what I’m doing wrong. If you like me, tell me why. Tell me exactly what you think of me.

melancholymay
boys-and-suicide:

I made this blog in hopes to gain awareness for boys with Eating Disorders particularly as well as self harm, suicidality, anxiety, depression, and so on. Chances are if you aren’t apart of any of these communities you probably don’t even realize there are a handful of males struggling every day. It’s sad too because lots of us go misdiagnosed and unnoticed even by professionals simply because it’s rare to see boys that suffer with these illnesses. If you could take two seconds to blog this (even if it’s not your blog type) so other boys out there can see this and perhaps bring a smile to their faces. Even if it’s just for a moment to know there’s others out there and I’m working hard to make this known. Thank you.

boys-and-suicide:

I made this blog in hopes to gain awareness for boys with Eating Disorders particularly as well as self harm, suicidality, anxiety, depression, and so on. Chances are if you aren’t apart of any of these communities you probably don’t even realize there are a handful of males struggling every day. It’s sad too because lots of us go misdiagnosed and unnoticed even by professionals simply because it’s rare to see boys that suffer with these illnesses. If you could take two seconds to blog this (even if it’s not your blog type) so other boys out there can see this and perhaps bring a smile to their faces. Even if it’s just for a moment to know there’s others out there and I’m working hard to make this known. Thank you.