yungbussy:

an era

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theworldisntreadyforzaynmalik:

remeber when people used to morph the boys together and get hot guys like this?

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got some rude awakenings today, RIP

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I don’t know about you but I’m feeling 22
You don’t know about me but I’m feeling 23
I don’t know anymore cause I’m feeling 24
I don’t know if I’m alive cause I’m feeling 25
Pray to the crucifix cause I’m feeling 26
Start packing for Heaven cause I’m feeling 27
I don’t know if I’m late cause I’m feeling 28
I’m ready to die cause I’m feeling 29

vvndr said: scared to be 23 tbh

no one is scared to be 22 though because taylor swift said its ok

I just joked around with my friend about how one day we will be 30 and then I scared myself and now I’m crying a little because one day we are going to be 30. And then 40. And then 50. And then dead.

notebelow:

the-unpopular-opinions:

I don’t think trigger warnings are reasonable to expect from other people.
Just earlier today I came across a post on this very blog about how 90’s kids don’t “dislike” 00’s because they’re young, but because they’re basically little aging clocks for us, constantly reminding us that time is passing.
That post triggered me, and I mean actually triggered - I suddenly felt short of breath, I was shaking and horrified,I felt like I was going to have a heart attack. I had to go lay down and cry because it was horrible. I have a terrible aging phobia that very negatively impacts almost every aspect of my life. Does that mean that the OP should have added some little “tw: age” tag to it, or that they’re an asshole for not doing so?
Absolutely not. It isn’t the job of strangers who don’t even know that you or I exist to cater to our feelings. Anything can be a trigger to the right person at the right time. Some days I can talk about the passage of time without missing a beat, and other days (or ever just parts of a day) I can’t be reminded of anything related to it. It isn’t up to strangers to try and anticipate my emotional stability when making posts. It isn’t the job of everyone around me to treat my feelings with kid gloves.
Hiding from your problems by trying to make everything related to them magically disappear isn’t helping you get over the issue, and it’s annoying to everyone else to constantly be expected to try and anticipate the stressors of every possible person that could see their posts.
If someone doesn’t tag something with a trigger warning and it upsets you, get over it. Cry it out, take a nap, and come back instead of yelling and screaming about how everyone in the world should cater to your feelings. If you really can’t handle accidently coming across something you don’t like, then get off of the internet, turn off your TVs and radios, never go outside again, and basically cut any contact with the outside world because you’re going to come across it eventually.
Of course this isn’t to say that it’s okay for someone to purposely trigger people. That’s rude and douchey, please don’t do it.

Some very interesting thoughts

Last night I looked at the moon and was triggered into an emotional mess because it reminded me that the universe is never ending and that the moon is at least 100 years old and will be there for at least another 200 years. And to the moon, I’m just a grain of sand who is alive for only a second of her time. So I became depressed over death and eternity and infinity and it keeps me up at night. Similar to the op, I have a Horrible fear of aging and infinity.Should we engrave a trigger warning on the moon? The Moon!I demand it…Or maybe the number Pi.History lessons about how long the earth has been alive and how little humans have inhabited it.

notebelow:

the-unpopular-opinions:

I don’t think trigger warnings are reasonable to expect from other people.

Just earlier today I came across a post on this very blog about how 90’s kids don’t “dislike” 00’s because they’re young, but because they’re basically little aging clocks for us, constantly reminding us that time is passing.

That post triggered me, and I mean actually triggered - I suddenly felt short of breath, I was shaking and horrified,I felt like I was going to have a heart attack. I had to go lay down and cry because it was horrible. I have a terrible aging phobia that very negatively impacts almost every aspect of my life. Does that mean that the OP should have added some little “tw: age” tag to it, or that they’re an asshole for not doing so?

Absolutely not. It isn’t the job of strangers who don’t even know that you or I exist to cater to our feelings. Anything can be a trigger to the right person at the right time. Some days I can talk about the passage of time without missing a beat, and other days (or ever just parts of a day) I can’t be reminded of anything related to it. It isn’t up to strangers to try and anticipate my emotional stability when making posts. It isn’t the job of everyone around me to treat my feelings with kid gloves.

Hiding from your problems by trying to make everything related to them magically disappear isn’t helping you get over the issue, and it’s annoying to everyone else to constantly be expected to try and anticipate the stressors of every possible person that could see their posts.

If someone doesn’t tag something with a trigger warning and it upsets you, get over it. Cry it out, take a nap, and come back instead of yelling and screaming about how everyone in the world should cater to your feelings. If you really can’t handle accidently coming across something you don’t like, then get off of the internet, turn off your TVs and radios, never go outside again, and basically cut any contact with the outside world because you’re going to come across it eventually.

Of course this isn’t to say that it’s okay for someone to purposely trigger people. That’s rude and douchey, please don’t do it.

Some very interesting thoughts

Last night I looked at the moon and was triggered into an emotional mess because it reminded me that the universe is never ending and that the moon is at least 100 years old and will be there for at least another 200 years. And to the moon, I’m just a grain of sand who is alive for only a second of her time. So I became depressed over death and eternity and infinity and it keeps me up at night. Similar to the op, I have a Horrible fear of aging and infinity.
Should we engrave a trigger warning on the moon? The Moon!
I demand it…
Or maybe the number Pi.
History lessons about how long the earth has been alive and how little humans have inhabited it.

celiabasto:

100% ART

celiabasto:

100% ART

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stalling:

What time is it when a man complains about his girlfriend’s raging hormones?

What time is it when a man complains about his girlfriend’s raging hormones?