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After a week filled with disasters, sadness, scandal, incurable health issues in some adjacent to my life, and other crappy things, it’s important to remember stay positive, live and love life and embrace the good, the happy, the positive.

After a week filled with disasters, sadness, scandal, incurable health issues in some adjacent to my life, and other crappy things, it’s important to remember stay positive, live and love life and embrace the good, the happy, the positive.

Take a picture of me over here. I finally have a reason to join Instagram! People are gonna be like, “Food, food, cat, food, nails, nails, murder?!”

-Max, Two Broke Girls

Yet still more questions for you, judgers: Does Bed, Bath and Beyond really require a 16-month pre-registration? Do people actually like shiny vests under rented jackets? Why do committed friends of committed friends not know how to talk to me since there isn’t a relationship to ask about? Are chocolate fountains real? Why do women in long-term relationships stop wearing high heels and start dressing like my fourth grade music teacher? Why do I have to make plans with you four weeks in advance? Why are you so tired all the time?

From “An Open Letter to People Who Judge My Single, Post-College Lifestyle.”
-By Cleo Plagg

Read the whole hilarious post.

Be intellectually and morally rigorous in your own decision-making, and expect that the important people in your life do the same, if they want to stay important to you.

—Rachel Maddow, Smith College 2010 Commencement Address (via chialyn)

(via fuckyeahrachelmaddow)

The problem with the world is that the intelligent people are full of doubts while the stupid ones are full of confidence.

—Charles Bukowski (via wordpainting)

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness.

On this day in 1776, the Declaration of Independence was signed in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, by 56 delegates of the Second Continental Congress. 

Interesting article on America’s pursuit of happiness here.

So, so, so true.
am-neubs:

… waiters, baristas, taxi/bus drivers, salespeople, doormen, bartenders, parking attendants, and so forth. 

So, so, so true.

am-neubs:

… waiters, baristas, taxi/bus drivers, salespeople, doormen, bartenders, parking attendants, and so forth. 

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