this guy said “bye” to me and I told him “you too” and I have literally spent the past four hours debating whether or not that was socially acceptable
"Bye" is an abbreviation of "goodbye" which was a contraction of "God be with ye" to which it would be appropriate/grammatically logical to respond "You too" so yeah you’re fine
well then that’s one less thing to be embarrassed about
- reached for the last snack item at the same time au
- accidentally ‘borrowed’ their towel at their gym au
- saw their number graffitied on a toilet stall au
- "which asshole hasn’t returned the dvd i want yet" au
- parents signed them up for the same shitty art/science program au
- met on omegle au
- thirst follow au
- mail keeps coming to the wrong address au
- "you know you’re singing to your headphones out loud, right" au
- beat the crap out of each other in online multiplayer au
- worked really well together in online co-op au
- "i think your dog likes my dog" au
- kissed them as a distraction while stealing their wallet au
I wonder how many times John and Sherlock had phantom flatmate syndrome… seeing something funny or a news story they’d share with the other only to come home to an empty space and a hollow outline where the other man used to be. How many mornings did John make two mugs of tea before he stopped? How many nights did Sherlock stitch up his own wounds and mutter aloud promising to be more careful next time?
some of you are so shallow basing who you want to date purely off looks, you have to consider other qualities about the person too like do they have lots of money, do they drive a nice car etc
When you want to reblog a post but you don’t agree with one of the comments
this moment was so sad.
black girls are human beings
man i used to really not like her. tumblr showed me the way
I felt that last comment
black girls are vulnerable. we have feelings. we dont always care what others think, but what they say can have an affect on us. no one wants to let us live. i can only imagine if my words were on a scale as large as hers, how difficult it would be.
I used to feel the same way about her, too.