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10 Passive Aggressive Posters For The Irritating Moments In Your Life
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10 Passive Aggressive Posters For The Irritating Moments In Your Life

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lacigreen:

chazzthejazz:

Well, this looks vaguely familiar…

I used to feel this way.  2 years out of school, and I finally realized that the only two that matter are the ones on the left.  
"Things that I want to do with my life" - the single most important factor.  If you want it, you’re more likely to feel satisfied and happy.
"Things that I’m good at" - let this guide you through the things that interest you.  If you can find a way to channel what you’re good at with things that make you happy, you are more likely to find success.
"Things that my parents want me to do" - Picking what you want to do with an enormous chunk of your time should be made by you - not parents or ANYONE ELSE. 
"Things that are considered realistic occupations" - There is no such thing as a "realistic" occupation.  Don’t settle for something boring to you because it seems easy or traditional or *what you’re supposed to do*.  Occupations are actually less rigid than they sometimes seem.

lacigreen:

chazzthejazz:

Well, this looks vaguely familiar…

I used to feel this way.  2 years out of school, and I finally realized that the only two that matter are the ones on the left.  

"Things that I want to do with my life" - the single most important factor.  If you want it, you’re more likely to feel satisfied and happy.

"Things that I’m good at" - let this guide you through the things that interest you.  If you can find a way to channel what you’re good at with things that make you happy, you are more likely to find success.

"Things that my parents want me to do" - Picking what you want to do with an enormous chunk of your time should be made by you - not parents or ANYONE ELSE. 

"Things that are considered realistic occupations" - There is no such thing as a "realistic" occupation.  Don’t settle for something boring to you because it seems easy or traditional or *what you’re supposed to do*.  Occupations are actually less rigid than they sometimes seem.

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joyyoga:

Start every day off with a smile. At least it’s a good start.

kingdom-of-bromance:

uneed2stop:

pixiemoon42:

breewhat:

harknessavagrant:

raptorific:

fandomgeek:

fuckyouackles:

oh my god I thought the last one was a JOKE, jfc

THE LAST ONE IS NOT A JOKE. REPEAT THE LAST ONE IS NOT A JOKE. PLEASE DEAR GOD STOP ROMNEY FROM BEING PRESIDENT.

Yeah, just to clarify: no part of #9 is a joke. All those things sound like gross exaggerations that would be unfair, horrible things to say about a person were they not true. Unfortunately, every single one of them is.

Actually, I’d like to clarify something about #9.
The man who was assaulted was attacked by Mitt and a few of Mitt’s friends, yes, but he was not gay. That’s what makes it worse. He was NOT gay, but Mitt and his friends suspected he was gay simply because he came to school with what can only be described as an 80s-appropriate hairstyle. Because his bangs were longer than the hair at the back of his head, they decided it was a clear indication that he was a homosexual and they sought to “fix” that by forcibly cutting his hair. The man, however, was not gay and due to the bullying he received from Mitt, Mitt’s friends, and several people in the aftermath of what Mitt and his friends did, the man committed suicide.
I would also like to note that this occurred while Mitt Romney was in college.
It wasn’t elementary school, when you could at least blame parents and school faculty for not intervening. It wasn’t even during high school, when you’re expected to be completely immature and there’s still enough accountability to assign to parents and teachers that chose not to intervene. It was during college. They were all adults and they behaved that way toward someone they suspected could be gay because of their chosen style of hair.
When Mitt was confronted with the fact that the man went on to kill himself as a result of having no self-esteem or self-worth after having been so cruelly taunted, bullied, and assaulted, he brushed the subject off and said, “kids will be kids.” Except you weren’t a child, you weren’t even a teenager. You were an adult and you went unpunished for your criminal assault of another human being, and that person is now dead because of the things you and your friends drilled into his head. Negative infinity points for Romney.

I am not yet old enough to vote but please please please if you are 18, register and vote. It does matter. I sound like those MTV campaigns but I don’t care. VOTE. No really, seriously. V O T E. 

WTF it is true:   http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/mitt-romneys-prep-school-classmates-recall-pranks-but-also-troubling-incidents/2012/05/10/gIQA3WOKFU_story.html?hpid=z2

mitt romney. literally. caused somebody’s death.directly.

bias or no bias, everybody should read this. please read this.
kingdom-of-bromance:

uneed2stop:

pixiemoon42:

breewhat:

harknessavagrant:

raptorific:

fandomgeek:

fuckyouackles:

oh my god I thought the last one was a JOKE, jfc

THE LAST ONE IS NOT A JOKE. REPEAT THE LAST ONE IS NOT A JOKE. PLEASE DEAR GOD STOP ROMNEY FROM BEING PRESIDENT.

Yeah, just to clarify: no part of #9 is a joke. All those things sound like gross exaggerations that would be unfair, horrible things to say about a person were they not true. Unfortunately, every single one of them is.

Actually, I’d like to clarify something about #9.
The man who was assaulted was attacked by Mitt and a few of Mitt’s friends, yes, but he was not gay. That’s what makes it worse. He was NOT gay, but Mitt and his friends suspected he was gay simply because he came to school with what can only be described as an 80s-appropriate hairstyle. Because his bangs were longer than the hair at the back of his head, they decided it was a clear indication that he was a homosexual and they sought to “fix” that by forcibly cutting his hair. The man, however, was not gay and due to the bullying he received from Mitt, Mitt’s friends, and several people in the aftermath of what Mitt and his friends did, the man committed suicide.
I would also like to note that this occurred while Mitt Romney was in college.
It wasn’t elementary school, when you could at least blame parents and school faculty for not intervening. It wasn’t even during high school, when you’re expected to be completely immature and there’s still enough accountability to assign to parents and teachers that chose not to intervene. It was during college. They were all adults and they behaved that way toward someone they suspected could be gay because of their chosen style of hair.
When Mitt was confronted with the fact that the man went on to kill himself as a result of having no self-esteem or self-worth after having been so cruelly taunted, bullied, and assaulted, he brushed the subject off and said, “kids will be kids.” Except you weren’t a child, you weren’t even a teenager. You were an adult and you went unpunished for your criminal assault of another human being, and that person is now dead because of the things you and your friends drilled into his head. Negative infinity points for Romney.

I am not yet old enough to vote but please please please if you are 18, register and vote. It does matter. I sound like those MTV campaigns but I don’t care. VOTE. No really, seriously. V O T E. 

WTF it is true:   http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/mitt-romneys-prep-school-classmates-recall-pranks-but-also-troubling-incidents/2012/05/10/gIQA3WOKFU_story.html?hpid=z2

mitt romney. literally. caused somebody’s death.directly.

bias or no bias, everybody should read this. please read this.

kingdom-of-bromance:

uneed2stop:

pixiemoon42:

breewhat:

harknessavagrant:

raptorific:

fandomgeek:

fuckyouackles:

oh my god I thought the last one was a JOKE, jfc

THE LAST ONE IS NOT A JOKE. REPEAT THE LAST ONE IS NOT A JOKE. PLEASE DEAR GOD STOP ROMNEY FROM BEING PRESIDENT.

Yeah, just to clarify: no part of #9 is a joke. All those things sound like gross exaggerations that would be unfair, horrible things to say about a person were they not true. Unfortunately, every single one of them is.

Actually, I’d like to clarify something about #9.

The man who was assaulted was attacked by Mitt and a few of Mitt’s friends, yes, but he was not gay. That’s what makes it worse. He was NOT gay, but Mitt and his friends suspected he was gay simply because he came to school with what can only be described as an 80s-appropriate hairstyle. Because his bangs were longer than the hair at the back of his head, they decided it was a clear indication that he was a homosexual and they sought to “fix” that by forcibly cutting his hair. The man, however, was not gay and due to the bullying he received from Mitt, Mitt’s friends, and several people in the aftermath of what Mitt and his friends did, the man committed suicide.

I would also like to note that this occurred while Mitt Romney was in college.

It wasn’t elementary school, when you could at least blame parents and school faculty for not intervening. It wasn’t even during high school, when you’re expected to be completely immature and there’s still enough accountability to assign to parents and teachers that chose not to intervene. It was during college. They were all adults and they behaved that way toward someone they suspected could be gay because of their chosen style of hair.

When Mitt was confronted with the fact that the man went on to kill himself as a result of having no self-esteem or self-worth after having been so cruelly taunted, bullied, and assaulted, he brushed the subject off and said, “kids will be kids.” Except you weren’t a child, you weren’t even a teenager. You were an adult and you went unpunished for your criminal assault of another human being, and that person is now dead because of the things you and your friends drilled into his head. Negative infinity points for Romney.

I am not yet old enough to vote but please please please if you are 18, register and vote. It does matter. I sound like those MTV campaigns but I don’t care. VOTE. No really, seriously. V O T E. 

WTF it is true:   http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/mitt-romneys-prep-school-classmates-recall-pranks-but-also-troubling-incidents/2012/05/10/gIQA3WOKFU_story.html?hpid=z2

mitt romney. literally. caused somebody’s death.directly.

bias or no bias, everybody should read this. please read this.

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“Your idea doesn’t have to be big. It just has to be yours alone. The more the idea is yours alone, the more freedom you have to do something really amazing. The more amazing, the more people will click with your idea. The more people click with your idea, the more it will change the world.”
— Hugh MacLeod