So I was in my room and I just caught the smell of men’s antiperspirant and I know that’s not a great reintroduction to tumblr but I was very moved by this.
I still don’t feel comfortable being in control of a box of imminent property damage/bodily injury but at least I don’t park too close to the curb anymore so how bout that.
Please don’t ask me for my opinion on whether or not citizens in jail should have the right to vote
Or if post-secondary institutions increase unemployment. Or if the Senate should be abolished. Or if Valentine’s day undermines healthy relationships. Or anything about basic income grants.
Debate has corrupted my ability to have a straightforward, easily explainable opinion. And I don’t have an opinion on that.
Canadians really love their hockey.
In my radio and sound production class, our teacher scrapped a lesson and we watched the game on the classroom’s TV.
I watched the game in two separate classrooms on the announcement televisions. You know, the ones that are usually used for important information that students need to know?
To be fair, one of the classes was Media Arts, so it made some sense. But the other class was gosh dang SOCIALS HONOURS. We were actually supposed to be doing thing in that class, and now I can’t even remember anything.
Here’s a dumb thing that might be interesting to someone.
An English assignment where we had to write a well-researched paragraph on a topic of our choice (from a list). I picked free speech because I’ve relied on autism for too long.
Should there be limits to a society’s freedom of speech?
For whatever reason, it seems like I’m having actual life experiences. If you wish to follow the mildly thrilling escapades of a teenage girl with Mennonite ancestry and an intimidating (5-foot) presence, I’ll be using a tag. Most likely #the life of a short anabaptist or something similar.
I would choose to be baptised, but I’m so short that my height comically got in the way in an unspecified manner!
Behold the American education system
This highly factual fact comes from The Onion Book of Known Knowledge, a prized educational tool and one of my favourite books. Seriously, you could dedicate an entire blog to covering all the material in here.
Kudos to this post for actually getting me off the couch to grab my copy.
We should all have one riddle that we know by heart and can answer as soon as we hear the first few words.
"What moves slo-"
"THERE IS NO ROOSTER!"
Kinda like that
It was of his furiously fast feet that the common folk do tell tales.