maniacal ramblings

Stephanie; a 23 year old bookbinder from Melbotron. I like lingerie and serial killers. Yup.
rorschachx:

thepredatorblog:

operationjaws:

This was the first kill from the Australian shark cull yesterday. A beautiful tiger shark was lost from the world, and it really is such a shame because it was such a needless murder.

THEY SHOT HER FOUR FUCKING TIMES IN THE HEAD!

Australia!

THIS SHOULD NOT BE HAPPENING.

rorschachx:

thepredatorblog:

operationjaws:

This was the first kill from the Australian shark cull yesterday. A beautiful tiger shark was lost from the world, and it really is such a shame because it was such a needless murder.

THEY SHOT HER FOUR FUCKING TIMES IN THE HEAD!

Australia!

THIS SHOULD NOT BE HAPPENING.

auntiesnixshipper:

awkwardteenagenerves:

discard-and-discover:

evolve-within:

disregardwomen:

When my mom’s out in public, she sends me pictures of lesbians she sees.

Jesus I envy that relationship. 

this is like the time when my mum took me bra shopping and the girl measuring me up was a lesbian and my mum said to me “i’ll go take a walk around the shop so you can talk to this nice young girl” and gave me a look as if to say “chat her up”. 

My mum tries to push me towards cute possibly gay girls and then disappears. She did it in Primark once and I found her hiding behind a pile of knickers, watching me.

i love all of your moms

auntiesnixshipper:

awkwardteenagenerves:

discard-and-discover:

evolve-within:

disregardwomen:

When my mom’s out in public, she sends me pictures of lesbians she sees.

Jesus I envy that relationship. 

this is like the time when my mum took me bra shopping and the girl measuring me up was a lesbian and my mum said to me “i’ll go take a walk around the shop so you can talk to this nice young girl” and gave me a look as if to say “chat her up”. 

My mum tries to push me towards cute possibly gay girls and then disappears. She did it in Primark once and I found her hiding behind a pile of knickers, watching me.

i love all of your moms

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1000flowersfortheplanet:

1000 Flowers for the Planet - #108 Walk the Children to School

There are a huge number of SUVs on the roads at school drop off and pick up times – mothers driving petrol guzzling machines to take their precious cargos to school. (Other cars, too, of course.) Often the younger ones are driven merely a street or two away from their home. Stop for a minute and think how much better it would be to walk the children to school, or even let them walk themselves to school. The health benefits would be tremendous for both parent and child/ren, keeping the heart rate up and burning some calories. Walking gets the mind working and encourages those positive endorphins that make a person feel good. That would be a much better way to arrive at school – ready for a day of learning. Mum would get fitter too, and have a few minutes of silent, headspace time to chill out on the way home before getting stuck into her own work. The concept works for dads too!
Then there are the benefits to the planet – less petrol/gas consumption (less oil used), less emissions into the environment so less air pollution, less noise pollution, and fewer cars on the road means reduced traffic congestion. All of these things also increase the money in your pocket as you save on fuel and wear and tear on your vehicle.
Really – do you drive only two or three streets between home and school? Get up earlier or get better organised in the morning. Walking your child to and from school also gives you the opportunity to ‘talk’ to your child/ren on the way, listening to what’s on their minds: their struggles, their worries, their joys (provided you can leave your phone at home!). Want some quality time with your child/ren? Walk them to school.

1000flowersfortheplanet:

1000 Flowers for the Planet - #108 Walk the Children to School

There are a huge number of SUVs on the roads at school drop off and pick up times – mothers driving petrol guzzling machines to take their precious cargos to school. (Other cars, too, of course.) Often the younger ones are driven merely a street or two away from their home. Stop for a minute and think how much better it would be to walk the children to school, or even let them walk themselves to school. The health benefits would be tremendous for both parent and child/ren, keeping the heart rate up and burning some calories. Walking gets the mind working and encourages those positive endorphins that make a person feel good. That would be a much better way to arrive at school – ready for a day of learning. Mum would get fitter too, and have a few minutes of silent, headspace time to chill out on the way home before getting stuck into her own work. The concept works for dads too!

Then there are the benefits to the planet – less petrol/gas consumption (less oil used), less emissions into the environment so less air pollution, less noise pollution, and fewer cars on the road means reduced traffic congestion. All of these things also increase the money in your pocket as you save on fuel and wear and tear on your vehicle.

Really – do you drive only two or three streets between home and school? Get up earlier or get better organised in the morning. Walking your child to and from school also gives you the opportunity to ‘talk’ to your child/ren on the way, listening to what’s on their minds: their struggles, their worries, their joys (provided you can leave your phone at home!). Want some quality time with your child/ren? Walk them to school.

1000flowersfortheplanet:

1000 Flowers for the Planet - #107 Use Public Transport

If you can’t walk or ride a bicycle to work, the next best thing would be to use public transport. Moving people around en mass is a better use of resources such as petrol/gas or electricity. Apparently the transport system in Europe is particularly good. Sadly in Melbourne, Australia it’s not so good, but it’s still a better option for the sake of the planet. Take a book, Ipod, Ipad or newspaper and learn something new during your commute, or simply sit and look at your environment and find some joy in your home town. There’s plenty to see. And if you can pluck up enough courage, talk to the person next to you – they’re only a stranger until you introduce yourself. You already have something in common! You both use public transport. Go you!

1000flowersfortheplanet:

1000 Flowers for the Planet - #107 Use Public Transport

If you can’t walk or ride a bicycle to work, the next best thing would be to use public transport. Moving people around en mass is a better use of resources such as petrol/gas or electricity. Apparently the transport system in Europe is particularly good. Sadly in Melbourne, Australia it’s not so good, but it’s still a better option for the sake of the planet. Take a book, Ipod, Ipad or newspaper and learn something new during your commute, or simply sit and look at your environment and find some joy in your home town. There’s plenty to see. And if you can pluck up enough courage, talk to the person next to you – they’re only a stranger until you introduce yourself. You already have something in common! You both use public transport. Go you!

lovequotesrus:

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    i would rather fall in an active volcano than go to school tomorrow

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via calmyeolself

Erryday of high school!

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Basically my thoughts on everything ever.

Basically my thoughts on everything ever.

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