gummyrush said: quoting one of my favorite tweets from horse ebooks: “unfortunately, as you may already know, humans.”
Like. I like to be understanding of people, and try and look at their situation and make excuses for them. But some of the people commenting on this video are so. Like there isn’t a word for it. Just. Look. And try not to explode with frustration and anger.
THIS MAKES ME SO ANGRY.
I know this is just one person’s comments, but there are others. And I am so peeved with these kinds of attitudes.
-jumps up trying to eat air cookie-
White choc macadamia, come baaacck to meeee~
Thank you, yes. ;w;
I mean I went through all the trauma when I read the book, now it’s just fangirling and freaking out because iT WAS SO GOOOOOOODD
Because like I went in thinking it would be good, but not as good as the book bUT IT WAS AS GOOD AS THE BOOK AND -SOBS-
I appreciate it. c:
I do appreciate you guys’ interest/concern, but I don’t really want to talk about this further on here. Just out of respect to the other person.
The feelings just weren’t there anymore. Nothing could be done. It’s just one of those things that happens.
I feel so weird how I have friends that I’ve known over the internet for years but haven’t Skyped with.
Some traumatic train adventures tonight.
- Went to the train station, and the trains were being replaced by buses because they were doing work on the line, but I didn’t know which bus stop to go to because there are several. And I was too scared to ask anybody. So I stood in a relatively central spot until a bus pulled up across the road, and I wasn’t sure if it was mine, so I squinted to read the sign until I realised it said ‘train replacement’. So I had to jump off this 1.5m(ish) ledge onto the road (in a puddle) and run across Frogger style through the traffic to get to it. Whew.
- Then when I was getting the train back, they were only sending the front couple of cars. I didn’t know this until I tried to get onto one of the back cars and the doors shut and locked on me, and a conductor had to let me out.