Hi I'm 21 yrs old, a Christian, UGA student, and overall independent kind of woman. I don't have it all together though, I maybe have like, half of it together.

 

I have a proud tear in my eye. My older bro is like a total nerd, in ever sense of the word, he’s smart and into like ALL the nerdy stuff. Well he posted something on facebook, about how Dragon Con and “please don’t touch” because of sexual harassment issues at those kind of events lately. And to make it go further one of his idiot friends, was like "Those girls dressing that way deserve it, they were the ones dressing provocatively" and he comes back with a post that’s basically "Just because she dresses that way is not reason to harass her, Cosplay is not consent" 

And I’m just happy my brother is not one of those guys, and knows that just because a women dresses a certain way isn’t an open invitation to take advantage of her sexually and is willing to stand up for girls are are harassed. When he was younger, he didn’t have as much of backbone, now i’m glad he does. 

thepondsaregone:

thorinoakenbutt:

castielandpie:

poryqon:

it bothers me that Kansas and Arkansas are not pronounced the same

I’m from the UK and I have been pronouncing Arkansas as Ar-Kansas my whole life

For all my non-american friends, Arkansas is pronounced ark-an-saw

WHAT

My brother and I noticed this when we we’re like 10, and now to each other we call it Ar-Kansas. But to the rest of world we have to call it Ark-can-saw. 

How my dash usually is 

  • puppies 
  • funny stories 
  • scenic pictures 

How my dash is in public or when someone is behind me 

  • sex
  • shirtless men 
  • lesbians from the Orange is the New Black 
maclonna:

carlosthatsmyname:

How to lose your job in 2 seconds.

i love this so much because you can tell the exact moment when she realized “holy shit that’s madonna”

I want to put out there she probably didn’t lose her job, Stars have very little power when it comes to event people who aren’t "Their people" 
Also Madonna should have seen her coming. 

maclonna:

carlosthatsmyname:

How to lose your job in 2 seconds.

i love this so much because you can tell the exact moment when she realized “holy shit that’s madonna”

I want to put out there she probably didn’t lose her job, Stars have very little power when it comes to event people who aren’t "Their people" 

Also Madonna should have seen her coming. 

(Source: everyfixation)

lotuslopez:

lilgivenchyprincess:

oh my god

OMG

OMG! I want this child to be mine! 

(Source: voguememoirs)

dillyfrancis:

My tuition bill was just updated.

I came out to have a good time and I’m honestly feeling so attacked right now.

http://bec3a.tumblr.com/post/90532221737/savannahlaurel-mskamalakhan-sallysbutter

savannahlaurel:

bec3a:

savannahlaurel:

bec3a:

savannahlaurel:

savannahlaurel:

mskamalakhan:

sallysbutter:

birth control pills:

  • can treat cysts, endometriosis, pcos, and other potentially life-threatening conditions
  • can lessen severe symptoms of menstruation
  • can treat hormonal imbalances that result in severe acne and other side…

bec3a The reason companies like Hobby Lobby are upset and took the issue to court is not because of birth control. It’s because of the abortion pills which are somehow being classified that as birth control are involved in the healthcare plans. It’s just unfortunate that people can’t separate the two, so in our government state it’s either birth control and abortion pills, or nothing, since they cannot realize that the two are different. 

My mom has an IUD. Not because she doesn’t want to get pregnant, but because her uterus forms masses that are very painful and potentially malignant. The IUD doesn’t allow the masses to attach themselves to her uterine walls. So I’m thankful for that option even if it is classified as “birth control,” and I’m extremely thankful that it’s a part of the healthcare plan because otherwise she wouldn’t be able to afford it. Some people may use it to terminate pregnancies, but that’s a choice they have to make and come to terms with themselves. And technically, abortions are controlling birth.

I sort of feel like $10 a month isn’t a lot to pay for those things, but maybe I’m just not forgiving enough there. I think that people who want to take a pill to terminate a pregnancy should have to pay for it literally. Birth control pills prevent pregnancy while morning after pills terminate it. That’s a huge difference. 

If insurance didn’t cover that whole ordeal our family went through that lasted for months, it would have been very expensive. And, maybe I’m just tired, but I don’t know what you mean by “pay for it literally”. Also, I never said there wasn’t a difference between preventing and terminating; don’t know where that came from.

And I don’t know how you managed to turn this post that was about sexism against women’s healthcare into an abortion argument either??

I wish that the pill only did good things and not bad things. I understand that it has a lot of benefits. It just makes me sad that it’s being used for bad things. I mean pay for it with literal money. Like if they want to kill a baby they should have to pay that $10 a month or whatever. The reason I posted and reflagged and everything is because people keep comparing viagra and birth control, even though it’s not like people who are on hobby lobby’s side think viagra should be included, which is the assumption made. a lot of people also don’t think birth control is bad. The issue is the abortion pills, so that’s how abortion comes in. It’s dealing directly with that. I don’t know. Maybe I somehow got off topic here, but the court case death with abortion and so I think it was relevant. 

Is anyone even going to mention that if you work for Hobby Lobby you can still get birth control but not certain kinds. I think they’re banning 17 kinds of birth control which would kill the baby if it had already been made, but not a bunch of other kinds that just prevent it. 

did-you-kno:

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Peachtree city! Numerous friends from UGA grew up there. But they still get cars when they go to college!  

did-you-kno:

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Peachtree city! Numerous friends from UGA grew up there. But they still get cars when they go to college!  

My Mom doesn’t think she’s melodramatic but she just called me a brat for keeping a receipt that has a coupon for a Chickfila sandwich if I do a survey. 

breatheinlavender asked
Hi! So this is rather odd, but I'm transferring to UGA and I saw your blog on the UGA tag and then was creeping through all your UGA posts and saw that you transferred as well. What was that experience like? What was the hardest part? Any tips on how to get transfer courses to count for things I need them to, like humanities? Any other advice for transfer students? I have orientation in two days and am getting very nervous!

1. Don’t sublease, take a full lease! It may suck, but hopefully not and it won’t suck as much as trying to find a new place in the spring and not knowing if you want to stay where you that next January or not when everyone is looking for the next year.

2. Put yourself out there. Nobody knows you’re new. Like within two weeks I was asked advice on where to get somewhere I had never been to before, I had to be like "Um, I’m new." Nobody realizes you don’t already have your group of friends, so you got to find them.

3. UGA football is fun and so are all the other sporting events. In addition to the bulldogs winning a lot, you can usually get free home cooked food from alumni tailgating outside or pizza for students inside. this maybe just fun for me but you should try it out, especially it’s a great way to bond with friends in a neutral place.

4. Speaking of the athletes if you talk about them they hear you. For some reason, I thought they were too big or didn’t care if a non student-athlete(or a RAS- Real Ass student/Regular Ass Student depending on who you ask) talked about them on the internet(both good and bad). They do. Really, real advice? Don’t be friends with athletes but root for them at games. Most of the having mentally matured form high school anyways.

5. The University of Georgia is hard academically. I was smart enough, but adjusting to having to study more and write better papers as difficult at first. I usually got A’s on everything so getting my first test that was a 72, was hard, I ended up crying in the bathroom and had a random girl comfort me. I ended up with an A and she ended becoming a friend.

6. With transferring credits ask your adviser. Mine was really great about making sure I had the best GPA to get into Grady and that my core was done.

Hopefully that answered most of your questions and if you need a friend to watch grey’s with you or something feel free to message me.

notxam:

pitbull:

To everyone who tells you you can’t do something…

Dr. Worldwide… :’)

It was a freakin’ HONORARY doctorate. Doesn’t count, Pitbull never wrote a dissertation. 

notxam:

pitbull:

To everyone who tells you you can’t do something…

Dr. Worldwide… :’)

It was a freakin’ HONORARY doctorate. Doesn’t count, Pitbull never wrote a dissertation. 

Fun fact: sometimes when I’m at work and the babies are asleep I get really bored so I clean. #nanny #cleaning #sobored

Fun fact: sometimes when I’m at work and the babies are asleep I get really bored so I clean. #nanny #cleaning #sobored