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The name's Yvonne, how do you do? Just a 20-something trying to get through life. Started with the intent of artistic endeavors but got sidetracked with reblogs. Lover of creative things, equality, Doctor Who and A:TLA. She'd love to hear from you!

Rose, there’s a man alive in the world who wasn’t alive before. An ordinary man: that’s the most important thing in creation. The whole world’s different because he’s alive!

Oh the irony.

I’m trying to decide whether I should just go sleep now or put in a deep conditioner in my hair.

The problem is that I’ll be mixing up the yogurt, oil, and avocado in a blender, and my dad is sleeping down the hall, so it’ll probably wake him up.

It’ll be like “Happy Father’s day, Dad! NO SLEEP FOR YOU!”

*is tempted to try and blend it in the basement*

Something I like to do on special days or when I have a certain topic in my mind is to surf that tag on Tumblr. It gives you a small little snapshot of people’s different life experiences and stuff. It’s fascinating to me.

Guess which tag I was surfing?

Oh-ho-ho, I see you guessed “father’s day”. You are indeed correct!

I just find it a little crazy to see all the varying viewpoints on there.

Like, I literally saw a post about a girl who’s father committed suicide 2 years ago and she isn’t sure if she hates or loves him. Right under it was a girl gushing about how much she loves her father and how much of a daddy’s girl she is. Some time earlier there was one person talking about how their dreading spending time with their father because they feel he’s bound to take toils on their self-esteem and they’ll end up self-harming. And there was one that just said “fuck today. fuck today. fuck today”

And then there are the ones of DragonBall Z and Legend of Korra (WHICH I AM TRYING TO AVOID AT THIS POINT IN TIME).

I think that’s the cool thing about Tumblr. The human spectrum of life experiences and general thoughts is very wide. Tumblr lets you get a glimpse into that spectrum.

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