in which the actor who plays one of television’s least likeable characters is actually super considerate and cool
How can he be such a despicable cunt, then…
So today a little girl came into the library where I work in an Elsa costume and she looked just like Elsa and my boss made the mistake of walking up to her and saying “well hello, princess, how are you?” and the little girl just says “Excuse me, I am a queen” and walks away
Every single god damn time I reach for the mouse I accidently grab my tiny violin case
why have you got a tiny violin case
for my tiny violin
how did you take that picture
Step by Step: A Great way of Painting your own Mural without Knowing how to Draw
THE LAST EPISODE OF FUTURAMA 1999 - 2013
how do you play the head it game with a garchomp really
Did you know that invisible disabilities make up 96% of all disabilities? I certainly didn’t until I met someone my own age with rheumatoid arthritis. I’m glad to have met some absolutely amazing people who live with challenges that the eye cannot see because symptoms of fibromyalgia syndrome eventually became too big to ignore in my own body. I’m glad to know that I have so many others with invisible disabilities who understand me. I’m also glad to know that there are people who don’t understand, even though it can lead to hurt feelings and awkward moments, because I would never wish the pain I experience on anyone else. Regardless of whether or not you can empathize with my pain and my struggle, I deserve respect. I have the right to speak my story to people I trust and I also have the right to remain silent with people I don’t know. My disability is invisible, not imaginary.
"The bottom line is that everyone with a disability is different, with varying challenges and needs, as well as abilities and attributes. Thus, we all should learn to listen with our ears, instead of judging with our eyes.