are you walkin’ after midnight? because you’re patsy de-cline-d.
Q:I ask myself that friend question on a daily basis. If you find an answer please let me know!
how do i make friends, like in real life?
Mostly cause they’re assholes who want to do the minimum amount of work possible so once they decide they don’t want to hire you they’re not going to do anything unless you contact them and that requires a response :/
I feel like I’ve been setting my sights too high, like forget the job, at this point I’d settle for a rejection form letter.
So I keep running into this problem with my job search—I get to the in-person interview round, which always ends with the hm saying that they’ll get back to me, but they never get back to me, so I have to send a follow-up email a week later to get my rejection email. Does anyone happen to have any insight as to why they’d not bother to just send a rejection when they decide?
"fund my kickstarter to buy a buncha tf2 cosmetics to make a dipper pines-themed scout loadout”
comic book/movie concept: aunt-man
are you made of silver because you’re definitely a g
The three-day (National Women’s) conference produced a National Plan of Action consisting of twenty-five separate recommendations to be forwarded to President Jimmy Carter and Congress… They advocated government-funded battered women’s shelters; national health insurance for all Americans with provisions for women’s special needs; government funding for day-care centers; rape prevention programs and programs for victims of child abuse; and extension of Social Security benefits to housewives. Since as of this writing, over fifteen years (now nearly 40 years) later, America has three times as many animal shelters as it does battered women’s shelters, no national health plan, no federal funding for day-care centers, and a rape rate that is terrifying, any one of these provisions could be thought of as revolutionary
a dad making a dick joke, or a talking dick making a dad joke, like if you had to choose?