Daria, once Green, tried to breathe amid the ashes of her world. I will not flinch, Daria told herself, I will not look away. She had been Green all her life, and now she must be Blue. Her friends, her family, would turn from her. Speak the truth, even if your voice trembles, her father had told her; but her father was dead now, and her mother would never understand. Daria stared down the calm blue gaze of the sky, trying to accept it, and finally her breathing quietened. I was wrong, she said to herself mournfully; it’s not so complicated, after all. She would find new friends, and perhaps her family would forgive her… or, she wondered with a tinge of hope, rise to this same test, standing underneath this same sky? “The sky is blue,” Daria said experimentally, and nothing dire happened to her; but she couldn’t bring herself to smile. Daria the Blue exhaled sadly, and went back into the world, wondering what she would say.
- Lauren Myracle"
— (via famousestquotes)
- kid: dad whats a 69
- dad: well son, a 69 is when two people who love each other very much get together with a 6 and a 9 and a 5 6 7 8 [spotlight turns on] [dad breaks into jazz number]
Avril Lavigne wrote a song about a lesbian sleepover with the help of her husband and two other dudes, and shot a video for it commodifying harajuku culture and “kawaii,” using Asian women as props, while also including a Japanese phrase that literally translates to “you rock thank you thank you cute,” yet there are people out there who see nothing wrong with it
I need a hug please don’t touch me.
- Father: Dan Trotter told me recently that Dan Mass is doing some writing for a website.
- Mother: Did you mean Dan Knots?
- Me: Too many Dans.
- Father: Dan it, you're right!