Good job, Internet!
Good job, internet!
Today is apparently Mental Health Blog Day according to my friend Dr. Andrea Letamendi (Read her blog, it’s amazing: www.underthemaskonline.com)
I guess that means it is as good a day as any to talk about Jessica’s Adventures In Crazytown.
This is Jessica. Jessica is one of my dearest friends. She is brilliant and beautiful and strong and funny. She also spent a long time not realizing that she was any of those things. This is the story (or at least part of it) of how she learned it and how she learned that she is not alone. And neither are you.
- STFUPenguins: on a totally different note, the bullet point "Ability to meet aggressive deadlines and juggle multiple, changing priorities. " in a job description scares the fuck out of me
- SomeAuthorGirl: as well it should
- STFUPenguins: I understand this spells entirely different words, but what I read is "our management are impulsive capricious children"
- SomeAuthorGirl: that's exactly what it says, they just arranged the letters rong
- STFUPenguins: I may need to tumblr that
- STFUPenguins: as a warning to others
- SomeAuthorGirl: i think you should
you never really know someone until you play uno with them and the motherfuckin asshole hits you with a draw four
Uno 4 lyfe
If you want to see a family feud at my house, bust out a skip-bo deck.
My great-aunt is fucking vicious.
Barrett and I once went on a vacation with my family and he, my sister, my brother-in-law, and my cousin got into an UNO game that lasted the entire week. When they got tired, they’d just put their cards down, walk away, and come back a couple hours later. Sometimes the rest of us would just wander over and watch. I’m not sure anyone ever won the game, I think it was just called on the fact that the trip was over.
Are you kidding me
Who the fuck threw that blue shell
I will fuck you up