daybydayartwork:

thestrugglinwriter:

mothman-is-my-boyfriend:

Imagine ur monster partner trying social media tho. They act just like a grand parent.

“How do I put things on snapchat?”
“Just push the circle in the middle and then the arrow it’s not hard”
“I should’ve stayed in the forest”

they wake u in the middle of the night
“BABE I ACCIDENTALLY CHANGED OUR RELATIONSHIP STATUS ON FACEBOOK TO SINGLE”
“so?”
“DOES THIS MEAN WE’RE BROKEN UP? DO WE HAVE TO START OVER?”
“No it’s ok it’s just Facebook”
“NO IT’S NOT OK I HAVE TO RECOURT YOU NOW I’M SO SORRY”

@cloudstreamer @rileyomalley

@katiramayrem

Apparently they’ve met me.

masked-up:

the-anarcho-raver:

Share this far and wide.

The far right spread fake antifa propaganda that they’ve made. They spread contradictory lies by pretending a decentralized group with no rules or controls with varying methods and ideologies, has a manual.

The far right make false signs and pretend to be antifa at demos to discredit us and play us off as racist thugs, talk about projection.

People literally stab themselves and blame it on antifa then confess it never happened.

Now they intentionally act as innocent to instigate fights and play us as the ones causing problems.

The far right are Built on lies and propaganda, so many of their articles end up being fake, based on false statistics, small slithers of information taken out of context. They intentionally generate and spread false information to forward their agenda.

This is the Sea Lioning I mentioned earlier.

i’ve been seeing your posts everywhere lately so the other day when my mom made me apple butter and cottage cheese for the first time i just tasted it and, without thinking, said, “thanks, i hate it.” so, as for my new apparent catchphrase: thanks, i hate it

glumshoe:

I have no idea where I picked up “thanks, I hate it!” but people keep assuming I’m the source. I love that it’s apparently my catchphrase hahaha.

I do not hate anything. I eat it until I can learn to like it, because the world is nothing but adventure, and if you don’t learn and explore, then you’re just slowly dying.

This is also true of people. 

You should definitely eat the ones you hate. Again and again. Until you can make sense of them.

simonalkenmayer:

The next time someone “sea lions” you…

For reference, I’ve recently learned that “sea lioning” is a description for a person arguing in such a way as to try and make the recipient irrationally angry (even if justifiable anger) so that they can then point to the irrationality as if it disqualifies the argument.

For example, a racist making facetious and intentionally demeaning remarks so that they can trigger the hearer to punch them in the face, so that they can claim moral superiority and hide behind the protections of free speech.

The next time someone does this to you, even a family member, say the following:

“You must be terribly used to arguing with stupid people.”

And then drop the conversation and walk away.

Works every time.

Why? Because it is not a direct assault. They can’t say “im not stupid!” Because you’re not calling them anything. You’re implying that their company is kept by idiots, which is an indirect sort of insult. It’s also one they’d readily accept, since this behavior is commonly enacted by blatant narcissists. Of course they’re surrounded by fools when so intelligent! But you’re also implying that their techniques for making a case are absolutely ridiculous and without merit, and because you walk away, you force introspectiom. This is, as I’ve said, the only way to stop bullying.

So I recommend you try this strategy. And then cease all conversation with them. Period.

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