im dying of period cramps on the sofa and i heard someone in the kitchen and assumed it was my mom so i yelled I CAN FEEL MY UTERUS PULSING HELP and my dad came into the room with the most horrified expression on his face
i found this on my bed
my dance style ranges from white dad at a barbecue to stripper whose rent is due tomorrow
the fear of tampons that exists in teenage boys is literally one of the funniest things ive ever seen they act like its a nuclear missile like calm down bro its just a compressed cotton ball i swear to god if u ever want a teenage boy to leave u alone just pull out a tampon and throw it in his direction and he will run as far away as possible its hilarious
basketballs smell gross
go to hell??
why are you defending the smell of a ball
Right, but it’s not eating that makes us human. Lots of organisms can eat. What makes us human is making art and thinking the fancy thoughts that university professors think and achieving what Maslow called “self-actualization.” So saying that hungry or sick people cannot access “higher” needs is literally dehumanizing, because it claims the sick do not have access to the full range of human consciousness.
(I mean, Maslow literally put love between friends and family above the “basic needs,” and said that people who are hungry cannot experience love in the pure/true/real/unfettered way that unhungry people can.)
This paternalistic way of imagining need is in my opinion completely wrong. Yes, people who are starving report that it is hard to think about anything other than the desire to eat, but they also continue to write and love and read and have sex and do many things that Maslow associated with higher needs. I don’t think need is a pyramid at all; it’s a complicated web in which one need (like food) can transfigure another need (like love) without either negating the other.
Life hack: they serve capri suns at bars if you ask nicely
Nope, I was lying. It doesn’t make economic sense for bars to carry children’s juice pouches. Follow for more disillusionment.