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going in to work early to make popcorn

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  • child's therapist:

    your child has a mental disorder

  • parent:

    i'm supportive, understanding, and loving. i will do all i can to help my child.

  • child:

    i can't do this because my disorder makes it very hard.

  • parent:

    you're lazy

  • parent:

    you're immature

  • parent:

    get over it it's not that big of a deal

  • parent:

    grow up

  • parent:

    don't tell anyone about your disorder you should be ashamed of it

  • child:

    i'm insulted and i think your comments are abusive

  • parent:

    i've done nothing but support you with this!!!!

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inimicaldolly:

artemuscainpotato:

eversolewd:

havocados:

In the future they’re gonna sell you air and you’re gonna fuckin buy it.

The lorax is a prophecy

When I worked at a movie theater. A woman bought her stuff at the concession stand on one of those days that had a lot of people at the theater, but it wasn’t “busy”
After finishing the transaction she said “If you don’t mind me asking, are you familiar with The Bible?”
Without wishing to offend and get myself another write up I said “Yes, but not as much as I should.”
She smiled and said “In the book of revelations it says the end times will come when every man has a number given to them and water is sold and bought. Kind of like bottled water and Social Security and Credit cards.”
After some seconds I absentmindedly asked “Well… should we not do things like that?”
She shrugged. “It’s prophecy. No use trying to go against it.” She then wished me well and went on her way.
I didn’t sleep well for the next few weeks.

oh

inimicaldolly:

artemuscainpotato:

eversolewd:

havocados:

In the future they’re gonna sell you air and you’re gonna fuckin buy it.

The lorax is a prophecy

When I worked at a movie theater. A woman bought her stuff at the concession stand on one of those days that had a lot of people at the theater, but it wasn’t “busy”

After finishing the transaction she said “If you don’t mind me asking, are you familiar with The Bible?”

Without wishing to offend and get myself another write up I said “Yes, but not as much as I should.”

She smiled and said “In the book of revelations it says the end times will come when every man has a number given to them and water is sold and bought. Kind of like bottled water and Social Security and Credit cards.”

After some seconds I absentmindedly asked “Well… should we not do things like that?”

She shrugged. “It’s prophecy. No use trying to go against it.” She then wished me well and went on her way.

I didn’t sleep well for the next few weeks.

oh