"your generation is too reliant on technology" my grandpa says. "no YOUR generation is too reliant on technology" i retort, pulling the plug on his life support to further prove my point.





need i say more

I really didn’t have any action figures growing up. save Ninja Turtles and Star Trek Ones.

OH I had not one but TWO Datas: season 1-2 and season 3-7! One of them had a phaser with a beam. I had….I think I had a deanna troi, a Picard or a Riker.
But best of all, I had the Big-D, probably the best gift my dad gave me on the one Christmas I spent with his side of the Family. This was early-to-mid 90s, it had the 4 little buttons in the back with the light-up warp engines and deflector and sounds. warp, impulse, phaser and torpedo sounds

I wasn’t allowed Barbie but I was allowed Jem because the dolls were more naturally proportioned, and because my mother saw the characters as having ‘real jobs’ but Barbie as only playing at the various occupations you can get her as.

I turned down barbies in favor of stealing my brother’s Transformers, GI Joes, and He-Man toys. I had a thing for horses so I had My Little Ponies too but that was in the 80s, before “bronies”
i am not your 5 minute cigarette break, you cannot light me up whenever you’re in the mood, and put me out when you’re tired of me.


canadians stop commenting on posts like you aint fuckin kill ya native population

brits stop commenting on posts like you aint colonize and enslave like 90% of the globe bc this shit is essentially your fault if you wanna be fuckin real



What the fuck do we do now?

take a picture,  thats it. 


the problem with rich people is that i am not one




You would think that teenagers would be the rudest customers when really it’s mostly old, middle-aged people. 


The elderly are either adorable or the wrinkly reincarnation of Satan there is no in between