First of all, art does bear meaning. Secondly, blasting your Tumblr with pictures of girls prancing around in Playboy bunny lingerie isn’t artistic unless you stretched out its justification—which would make quite a stretch eh?
I don’t know where this came from, but I recently developed this pathetic insecurity over a number of things done by my boyfriend. As of this moment, I realized how ridiculous it can become.
With the intent of leaving a cheesy love note in his ask box, I came across an excessive amount of pictures of other naked girls on his Tumblr. It’s never occurred to me to be jealous whatsoever when it came to other guys, but for some reason I was plain ol’ jealous when I saw the other girls on his blog. I guess that I would assume that a porn blogger is stereotypically associated with casual sex, whereas my boyfriend wouldn’t have the time of day to make posts of any sort unless they meaningfully spoke out to him.
The irony in that is he’s the one who usually chews me out for mentioning other guys. A contagious bad habit? Perhaps. I’d be more understanding if we had an open relationship and appreciated other people outside our relationship together, but he’s been lusting over other girls on his spare time without me—times when he could’ve left me a shoutout about how proud he is to be with someone like me. Instead of blasting his blog with naked pictures of other girls, I wish that he could’ve posted about how I’m sexy in his eyes even when clothed.
Doesn’t everyone deserve to be told that he or she is found attractive by his or her significant other every now and then? I sound so damn high maintenance right now. End of petty rant.
four examples of deep sea bioluminescence in a sea worm and three comb jellies (ctenophores), known 1-4 as: tomopteris; mnemiopsis leidyi; beroe forskalii; lampocteis cruentiventer. from the IMAX documentary ‘into the deep’
I’m writing my essay on cyber-bullying right now
and there was this article that said “anon hate hurts us because when we read it, we don’t hear the attacker’s voice, we hear our own”
and that’s a really good observation.