ok but if you ever see me reblog a text post as a link, i guarantee its because i am on my phone and have no choice
for as long as i have been in social situations, i have been known as a “bitch” and i grew to carry that label with honor. i know exactly why people think i’m a a bitch: i’m stand-offish, high-maintenance, i’m prideful, i’m not afraid to lash out when attacked or speak my mind, and i don’t have patience for foolishness. and i later found out that most people find me intimidating. i absolutely adore being a bitch because it makes me feel strong, valid even. i love knowing i make people angry or uncomfortable by forcing them to acknowledge my existence and input, and by refusing to put up with anyone’s mistreatment.
Wait when did they say this?
in a interview Jenna did with huffington post live, the interviewer asks about seeing racist jokes in a script, she said that when they (her and some other cast members) have talked to the writers about it, the writers just brushed it off by saying that sincerest form of flattery shit, so she’s used to it because “that’s just glee”. and then put out a little disclaimer that nobody means any offense.
hmm, the glee writers think constantly making racist ‘jokes’ are the sincerest forms of flattery. guess that explains all those “Mercedes and Unique are the same person” comments they made, despite how unimpressed and hurt Amber was by them.
My sister keeps asking me if I want to go see The Great Cosby with her and I don’t have it in my heart to correct her.
I Should’ve Saved That Gif When I Had The Chance Because Now I Can’t Find It: The Musical
O great, my brother just phone-ambushed me into talking to my estranged cousin.
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