After summer I am going to be super confused by all the url changes.
If anyone gets a message that goes something like “WHO THE HELL ARE YOU?” it means I love you.
Summer vacation is still going on. I’m still busy. And my internet is still slow as hell.
I will be more active once I go back home and loading tumblr won’t kill the internet.
I miss you all.
Sorry i havent been around. Also sorry for horrible grammar here.
Stuck in place with crap internet.
I survived my exam!
Now it’s time for the usual “omg I did so badly I’m probably going to fail” freak out.
I answered everything. Ended up with 12 pages. One answer was meh, another was decent. Two I think I did fairly well. One I did half well but I couldn’t remember the answer to the second half of it. But the girl I spoke to in the hallway didn’t answer that either and she finished before me.
I doubt I’ll fail.
Still convinced I’m going to fail.
i hate being tickled i do not think it is cute i do not think it is funny i will kick you in the fucking face
No seriously some people experience tickling as pain. That shit was bad enough when we were children and had to go through (actual) “tickle tortures” because no one would listen but if you touch me now and it’s more than a “shiver down my spine” kind of tickle I’m not going to speak to you the rest of the day and that’s me being kind.
I hate that no one really talks about how exhausting it is to be in pain.
Why is this never really discussed? I would think it’s obvious. Your body exerts a lot of energy to be in pain; muscles tense and cramp (seriously, flex your arm as hard as you can, now hold it like that for an entire day without ever relaxing it even once, you think that’s not going to make you tired?), nerves spend all day sending signals that make it feel like all your joints are full of static electricity, constantly measuring your breathing and movement to try not to make the pain worse takes effort and concentration (which is not a zero-calorie affair, your brain burns more calories to actively concentrate on things), those involuntary twitches whenever the pain spikes aren’t cost-free either and a lot of little movements add up, trying to hold a specific posture so that the pain isn’t quite as bad is a lot of work, and on and on and on.
Now imagine that being every single day of your life and try to tell me I can’t be tired because “all pain does is hurt.”
And this is why I don’t like it when people mock my mother and make jokes about how she goes to bed early most of the time. She suffers from pain in her back, neck, shoulders and I can’t remember all the new stuff. Especially annoying since a lot of it could have been prevented if it had been dealt with when she was a kid.