I used to be the same way. At first I had to cut the pill in half, then it got so bad that I had to grind it up and mix it with juice. It was mainly the smell that got me.
That does sound like me. I’m actually pretty close to grinding it up too… and my best friend is laughing at me and making blowjob jokes cause he’s an ass ;)
put the pill in the grape and swallow :D
Tried… my subconscious is too clever to be tricked like that ;)
I’m ridiculously bad at taking medicine, I’ve been trying to take this god damned tablet for like 20 minutes -.-
It’s not even like I have a strong gag reflex or anything, it’s purely psychological. I can swallow whole grapes, no problem. But make it stupid antibiotics and I’ll almost choke to death with tears running down my face…
Anonymous said: sorry I didn't click the link and just jumped to conclusions. I was confused and upset. I sincerely apologize. I feel bad now. I'm sorry again.
It’s fine, don’t worry about it.
Anonymous said: wait wait wait hold up..... u think beyonce can't be the face of feminism,.. bc of what she wears? and she's "easy"? "girls like me who respects themselves".... so having sex and wearing revealing outfits isn't "respecting oneself"????? I'm so confused by your tags????????
She is the one who did the slut-shaming, I just quoted her in the tags to point out why that song is problematic. Trust me, I’m literally the last person on earth who would say something like that.
You didn’t click the links, did you?
I think she’s a businesswoman and she does what will make her money. If feminism become toxic to her career she would drop it.She definitely is. But the idealist in me wants to believe that the movement actually means something to her and she doesn’t do it purely because feminism is kind of the cool thing to do at the moment and/or because she’s afraid of being the next “Oh my god she said she isn’t a feminist- internalised misogyny!” story in the media.
Oh and if you look at more recent stuff “if you like it then you should have put a ring on it” it shows she hasn’t changed too much. If that’s not problematic by feminist standards I don’t know what is.
I’ve actually never thought about Single Ladies like that. I mean the lyrics are basically about a woman breaking up with her boyfriend because he wouldn’t marry her after 3 years. Could be seen as her saying that if a relationship doesn’t make you happy and doesn’t go in the direction you want it to go, don’t feel obligated to stay with the guy. That’s not problematic.
In isolation, the “if you like it then you should have put a ring on it” bit sounds a little like ownership though, which is definitely not what marriage should be about. And it seems a little emotional blackmailish to me too.