This is pretty damn funny and actually would be one hell of an improvement over tampon/pad commercials. If you ignore the stupid "women turn into psychos on their periods" bit at the end.
Because no, no we don't. Some women choose to use their period as an excuse to say all the mean shit that's on their minds all the time. Some women just aren't mean at all, and some of us are mean all the time, and most of us don't act any different at all. Some people just can't handle women having real feelings is all.
Anyway, on to the funny:
Yes, I got this from someone else on here. No I don't remember who.
Is it just me, or is the NIN track on the main page fucking with anyone else's browser? It freezes up literally every time I go to the main page (to navigate out of a cult or when I tried to listen to the track. . . ) and then I have to close my browser and re-launch it to do anything. VF is running great on any other page though. . .
If you log in and then immediately click on something to get off the new page, there's like a second-long window in which you can get away, but after that, you're stuck. I know, because I keep forgetting and logging out and then having to log back in.
Believe it or not, the reason I did that is because he's the more definite of the two. :/ My dad is really up in the air, but my doctor was trying to slowly walk me into accepting the bird was gonna die yesterday morning. I mean, he is 20 years old and the majority of cockatiels only make it to 12. I was foolish for not considering this.
Who is she and why does she care about my journals?
Oh I remember! I downpropped the following whilst randomly browsing Top Journals and being bored:
females actually go through alot.
-having a hard time running because of your boobs
-the pressure from media
-picking out outfit for the day
-styling hair after showering
-being called Bitch,Whore,Hoe,Slut for no apparent reason
-shaving all time
-having pedophiles hit on you
-getting pregnant & carrying a baby for 9 month's
-having to deal with douche bag guys
-being mothers raising the child most of the part.