A person I once considered a friend has become a real jackweasel over these past few months, not just to me but to the rest of our friend group. Last week it all came out how we were feeling. We were polite and respectful, used “I feel” statements etc. Our friend was rude and looking for an argument. Now next Monday we are all supposed to get together and talk about our feelings. I feel like it is pointless. Any ideas on how to remain constructive and calm when he gets back on his bullshit?

Always ask questions. Frame everything as a question. It forces introspection.

Smoking a Diesel oscuro

Someone entertain me. I’m bored and the “beauty guru” gossip channels are not sustaining me. Their “tea” is lacking in complexity.

There, I’ve said it. The only gossip I ever conscience is beauty guru nonsense, though! That is a recent phenomenon! I didn’t care before June. I honestly didn’t. Then all the beauty people I follow to obtain makeup tips began to devolve into a mass of whining, hypocritical children who shout at each other on Twitter. Given that our President is of this ilk, I thought “Oh I’ll give it a watch” and now I’m involved in these minuscule ridiculous lives of people who are trying to make a fast buck in a multi billion dollar industry!

I digress.

It’s stupid and I am not amused. Someone ask me a question or make a joke or “hit me with fresh knowledge”. That’s a phrase, yes?

Hit me. I could use a good punch. God I haven’t been punched in weeks.





I assume the roots are moving with the trees due to wind but dang that looks like a cool effect

Yeah, it is super easy to understand why ancient folk believed in monsters, spirits, and the like, because nature is ducking weird.

You ever want to see something spectacular, here’s a tip-

Stand in a fault line in a forest during a transverse quake.

after years of deliberation, i’m finally gonna come out as trans to most of my family and i’m both really excited and very scared! just wanted to share with someone before the big day!

Good luck! But remember…who you are is who you’ve always been. That they now know you, is no change to you, but it is a strange thing to them. They will feel some mixed emotions that while you can explain to them that they are selfish, are still real and comprehensible.

You are still you. Nothing has changed.

As a fan of Queen, I am looking forward to seeing the movie but I also know not to expect the ‘Best Thing Ever’. I am disappointed by the fact they dont show his sexuality as it was (which I grew up being told by my mum that he was gay so I’m confused why people say he’s bisexual…?). Though, I would like to ask; what was the acting like? Especially Rami Malek’s performance since he played such a huge icon. And thank you for your review!

The acting was fine, but it wasn’t a particularly difficult script. He mimicked Mercury well. He could have done a lot more, but he was somewhat hampered by trying to mimic fully and trying to manufacture greatness when the script gave him nothing. No elucidation on how Mercury came to his genius or how it manifested. None. He sits in a chair and writes. That’s it. No though for how his life informed or added the lyrics. None. This is not Walk The Line.

There are reports he claimed to be bisexual and he was with a. Woman for a long while. As I recall it, he drifted into experimentation and such, but I didn’t know the man. So all I can say from what I witnessed as well as the film, that if you are looking for a depiction of bisexuality, you won’t find it. In fact it seems to almost vilify his leanings. Without spoilers, I can’t explain, but it vilifies his sexuality—his bisexuality or gayness is immaterial, because of how it’s shown as taking away from his cis-het relationship.

I gather that that is precisely how those sorts of things happened then. People couldn’t find themselves at younger ages, but instead had a lifetime of plight and discovery, but…

I would have been happier if they hadn’t made it so overt for the sake of expediency. When you see the scene, you’ll understand and see that it comes out of nowhere.

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