the power I never knew I had. huh.

Dear overly jumpy Taylor Swift fans,

TAKE A XANAX AND GO TOUCH SOME GRASS. One random girl on the internet saying they don’t want to listen to your lady and saviour won’t effect her career, nor your enjoyment of it, in any way at all, literally.

Just have a kiwi and relax, babes.

Or, in failing to do that, please grant me permission to go completely nuclear on your lovely faces when you tell me you have no interest in listening to MSP or Suede. I mean, come on. Fair play, etc!


PS: I’ve been hearing her voice NONSTOP for the last…however long it was since she released her country songs; trust me when I say that by now, I know her voice is not to my taste. Returning to the same bottle of wine won’t change its flavour, even when you put a new label on it.

The internet is feeling schizophrenic right now.

I wrote this a few days ago, originally posted on my Smol Pub, after being condescended to by multiple people, including the mod, at imood for simply wondering why they removed ‘suicidal’ as a mood, and then the next day having THIS greet me when I went to update my mood (what are the chances…I almost want to believe it was done on purpose). At which point I said f*ck it, changed my mood to “done“, and am never using the site again. (I’ll stick to; at least you have to use actual words to describe your status, there…bonus that the mod’s not a condescending dick.) I think it’s important enough to post here, too. Because this still hurts. A lot.

Content warning for bad language and discussing ableism and stigma; and I’ve added some to the original. I’m very emotional here, because…obviously. But I do not apologise for that. This is what staring ableism in the face does to people.

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take a stand and spit a fact

I am now president of the “instead of saying someone is too cowardly to commit suicide, we’ll say someone is too depressed to commit suicide” club, because…bravery or lack of really has nothing at all to do with suicide.