A) Michael Jeffries is ugly as fuck so that should automatically destroy his argument. He looks like a cross between Mickey Rourke and a troll.
B) Your clothes aren’t fucking cool, nor preppy. They’re fucking over priced and tacky as shit. I’ll drop $75 on a Brooks Brothers, Southern Marsh, or Vineyard Vines button down but not a fucking pair of pleated and torn jeans from your shithole company. You literally sell $78 cargo pants….(Source:http://www.abercrombie.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?parentCategoryId=12227&catalogId=10901&categoryId=12227&langId=-1&productId=1073502&storeId=10051&topCategoryId=12202&seq=02)
C) Larger women are just as beautiful as skinny women. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
brb laughing my ass off
the fuck is a texas bender
But everything changed when the Texas
Reblog this and I will draw you a birdie based of your blog/url like this one:
the sky’s the limit, just kidding, the limit is May/10… uvu
Common sense is so rare, I classify it as a super power
No one on this sight can’t be cause you have to be thirteen or overWhat even. Please I have met PLENTY of people born in these years with absolutely no common sense whatsoever.
If you like food, you should check out this video…
be back never
Omg bye, tumb1r
Sorry, life over, good-bye
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Actually yeah, that was my initial plan. But, my parents completely killed off the idea when I first told them that I wanted to take a year off…
It’s about that time… College is around the corner for me.
First off let me say, writing this “confession” is not something I typically do. I try to not treat my tumblr page like some diary, but I have to express myself some how. It’s like telling somebody who actually gives a shit, and then feeling better for getting this off my chest.
Anyway, I’ve always been told that college is something that “NEEDS” to be done right after you graduate from high school. But, I NEVER in my whole life thought that college wasn’t for me… until recently. I’ve visited numerous colleges and have been accepted to all of the schools that I’ve applied to, It’s just that, I do not feel that amazing excitement that is supposed to be there when you’re about to go off to college. I mean, I could blame it on nerves, but that’s not it. I could blame it on my inability to make friends, but I’m overall a very sociable person. I could blame it on not knowing what I want to do with my life, but I’m extremely confident on what I want to achieve. And I could blame it on being afraid of being on my own, but I’m an independent mixed raced boy that don’t need a support system! It’s just that I’m finally in a stage in my life that I can confidently say, “College Is Not For Me…” I should’ve seen this coming though, I think I’ve always known that college isn’t for me, but I guess I’ve just overlooked how I’ve always felt.
Now, here’s the problem that comes with this realization. My parents would be so disappointed in my decision to not attend college. They both went to college and my brother is on his junior year right now. All I know is that, if I don’t go, I’ll feel like an absolute failure in their eyes… and I just can’t get myself around having my parents pay THOUSANDS of dollars to put me through school, and the whole time, I can only think of how unhappy I would be.
I just want some reassurance that what I’m thinking right now is normal, but all of my friends are ecstatic about heading off on their own. Either way, I just wish that my parents could understand where I’m coming from and try to see that I can be a successful person without college.