*looks forward to something that’s never going to happen*
This is what they call me.
…Oh, the irony of it all. So what does that make you? Any less prideful? Are you really any less arrogant than I am? We’re on the same boat here, bro. Wonder where I got it? Welp, like father, like daughter, as they always say. There is literally nothing you can say about me without sounding like a walking contradiction.
So, I apologize. And they say I’m…not being humble? Question: are parents automatically removed from fault? Are parents in this magical fairy-tale position where no one ever gets to question their authority, no matter how unethical or illogical their actions may be?
And to think…all this fuckery for losing a wallet. For God’s sakes, what is wrong with that picture?
He tells me, “You better say your sorry and mean it.”So I say, “Sorry for acting like a bitch.”
They gets mad. He says I’m being condescending. Which is crazy, because, aren’t I? Like, how is speaking the most obvious truth all of a sudden NOT okay??? Will never understand that kind of rationality.
So, anyway, I whimper, “I’m really sorry.” In the most disgustingly emotional and sappy tone, real soft-like and shit. Like I was about to cry or something.
…And the fucker actually believes it. Man! I am such a fucking good actor. I thought for sure he was going to catch the sarcasm I was spitting out. I was literally anticipating him lashing out on me again. But nope. He bought it. He actually thought I was being SINCERE about my apology. LOL. Went right over the head, I tell ya.
I can just remember him breathing hard, the air from his nostrils whipping at my face, and him glaring at me with eyes wild. Me. A tiny insignificant little girl. I did that. What kind of power is this.
- Charlie Sheen
- Sean Connery
- Gary Oldman
- David Hasselhoff
- Mel Gibson
- Michael Fassbender
- Nicholas Cage
- Gary Busey
- Bill Murray
- Alec Baldwin
- Tommy Lee
- Josh Brolin
- Sean Penn
- Woody Allen
- Roman Polanski
- Axl Rose
- Sonny Bono
- John Lennon
- Sean Bean
- Elvis Presley
- Kelsey Grammar
- Chris Brown
Who Tumblr/Internet/Society cares about when they beat/rape women:
- Chris Brown
apocatastase asked: Hi hello! Ive had a question in my mind for a while and i was thinking you might be able to answer it! So my question is, why do we invalidate some people's (especially white, male, cis) opinions just for being one or more of those things. Like "what you say doesn't count because you're a white male." Why don't we just go like "What you're saying is smart so I validate it" or "What you're saying is hella dumb so I do not validate it"
The thing is, “we” in the sense of the entire world, don’t invalidate white cis male opinions. White cis men are seen as the ultimate authority on everything, to the point that America’s congressional panel on women’s reproductive rights is made of exclusively white cis men. White cis men are most likely to be academic professors on topics like minority studies, women’s studies, etc. They are most likely to be politicians, religious leaders, CEOs, etc. Their opinions are in no way discounted. The world ranks their opinions as being more valuable than even the people who actually experience the things they’re talking about.
So when people on Tumblr say white, cis male opinions don’t matter, what they mean is “white cis male opinions on things that don’t effect white cis males don’t matter.” or “white cis male opinions are heard so disproportionately everywhere else, that this is one place where their voices will not be given any priority.”
I hope that answers your question.