Just realised someone I know constantly likes stuff posted by a page called ‘Stop GENDER - stop the sexualisation of children' on facebook

Instant unfriend, I’m sorry but stupidity is contagious, and if you’re THAT stupid it must be particularly dangerous. 

Now I don’t know about you, but

I don’t think… the primary purpose of your life, of my life,

and the entirety of the human race,

Is just to blindly consume to support a failing economy and a faulty system

For ever and ever, until we run out of every resource

And have to resort to blowing each other up to ensure our own survival.

I don’t think… we’re supposed to sit by idle,

While we continue to use a long outdated system

That produces war, poverty, collusion, corruption,

Ruins our environment and threatens every aspect of our health,

And does nothing but divide and segregate us.

I don’t think… how much military equipment we’re selling to other countries,

How many hydrocarbons we’re burning,

How much money is being printed and exchanged

Is a good measure of how healthy our society is.

But I do think I can speak for everyone when I say…

We’re sick of this shit

bakerandred asked:

is University hard?

At the moment? Very. 

In general? It’d be silly to say it’s ‘easy’, it requires a lot of hard work and good time management, and you need to learn to deal with stress, but I guess just how ‘hard’ it is depends on what you really want to achieve.. I know people who partied their way through it without caring much about their marks, I know people who mostly just worked and haven’t really been too bothered with social experiences, and I know people who tried to make the best of both.

I think as long as you manage to strike that balance (depending on what you want from it, obviously) it’s a great experience (: It goes without saying that you learn TONS too (again, as long as you put effort into it!), hah. The final year is obviously the hardest, you get ridiculous amounts of work to do within a short time and it’s very stressful (which is why I’ve been such a grump for the past month or so!). Still worth it though!

Get your hands up 
If you’re proud to be living in a land where we 
Take a chance to build a future 
For the kids of the multiculture 

Anonymous asked:

how did you meet your boyfriend?

We met at uni (: We had some mutual friends and at some late point in first year we started talking a lot and here we are, haha. 

It’s quite funny because I remember seeing him out plenty of times and I’d always think ‘oh hey I know who that guy is’ and I’d want to say hi, but because I’m an awkward mong I could never manage to do it, hah. :’)