"My sails are always ready, my anchor always stowed. And though I found my harbor, I set sail again, because that’s what ships were meant to do."
-- Prescott Reynolds
boys who actually make plans

jellobatch:

nzingas-conquests:

chrisdiaswin:

imgonnamakeachange:

skim3d:

it doesn’t have to be elaborate 
i don’t care for fancy dates 
but if he says,
"hey let’s grab some coffee, my treat." 
"i need to buy a sweater, help me choose?" 
"i haven’t seen you in awhile, let’s go watch a movie."

it sounds totes better than 
"idk what do you want to do choose"  

FUCKING THIS

Note taken

yes.

Thank you! It’s not that fuckin difficult

This!!! This this this!

Bonus points if it’s not a suggestion to get drinks, but, like, baby steps.


These 2 Grocery Store Secrets Will Make Your Life Much Easier

thatwhitebitch:

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1. Your cashier has absolutely nothing to do with the price of the item you’re buying.

That person is an employee of the store who likely rode one or two or three trains from another borough for 40+ minutes to arrive at this bullshit Upper East Side grocery store and ring up some dumb-ass bitch like you. When you’re upset that the Lysol Multi Purpose Cleaner you picked up rang up for $7.89, Michael, the cashier, has absolutely nothing to do with that price.

So when you demand to take it off the total, complaining to him about how ridiculous it is that a household cleaner is more than $6 is not only a waste of your time, but it’s a waste of Michael’s time as well as mine and the six people behind me.

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2. The price of every item in the store is listed on the shelf beneath the item. I know that’s a tricky concept, but if you do it once, it’s like riding a bike. 

"Hmm, I’d like to try this new honey mustard. I hope it falls within my budget."

Pro tip: You can find out how much this honey mustard costs by looking at the price listed beneath it. Then, just keep doing that every time you would like to know the price of something.

These tips and more can be found in the common sense section of your brain.

Having worked as a grocery store cashier for 4 years in high school, I’d like to bring you THIS ^^^^^.


nogreatillusion:

Subway etiquette #3

Situation: A train pulls into the station. It is packed except for one car, which is curiously empty. Do not board the empty car. It is empty because something truly terrible has happened there.

"YOU ARE A WEAK MAN. I CAN SEE IT."


datebynumbers:

she-works:

DBN, CO
We want to hear from women: What’s your note to self – a piece of advice that’s helped you at work? Share your advice at http://she-works.tumblr.com

Oh, hey.

datebynumbers:

she-works:

DBN, CO

We want to hear from women: What’s your note to self – a piece of advice that’s helped you at work? Share your advice at http://she-works.tumblr.com

Oh, hey.


❝There are billions of people in this world, but life is long and you’ll never believe the insane ways that the people you meet and kiss and hate and date will intertwine and overlap. Nothing in my life has served me more than being as effervescent as I can in every situation I face. So say hi like it never happened and move on like he doesn’t exist. There is nothing more alarming to a man than a woman who is kind and couldn’t care less.❞



Pro Tip:

Stressed? Anxious? I was. Until I watched this and laughed until I cried [and had a really, really, really good time].


❝Life’s too short to dance with ugly people.❞
(My Mom)


❝Don’t plant your bad days. They grow into weeks. The weeks grow into months. Before you know it, you got yourself a bad year. Take it from me - choke those little bad days. Choke ‘em down to nothing.❞
(Tom Waits (via thepinesaredancing)

(Source: victoriouscorvid)

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