You're Just Like Me

The ramblings of an (almost) lunatic.

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Omg my cute Louisiana neighbor just knocked on my door while I was peeing with the door open and getting ready to shower so I barely had any clothes on so I opened the door in a see through tank top with no bra and a towel around my wiast and the blonde one was there and just stuttered something about returning something my roomie had let him borrow so I tried to take it from his hands but he wouldn’t open his hands and tried to come in but I sure as hell am not having him in my house when I’m naked so I had to awkwardly shuffle him into the doorway where he opened his hands to reveal a pipe and a lighter, all the while him going ‘oh sorry oh sorry i’m so sorry’ and me going ‘its okay yep its fine totally fine totally fine’ which is basically the cutest and most awkward way I have ever begun my day.



if it’s late enough and you’re lonely enough, the carly rae jepsen lyric “before you came into my life i missed you so bad” starts seeming increasingly deep and emotionally complex

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Kesha’s open letter about her rehab visit. [Elle UK Magazine (August 2014)] 

Actually though.

Actually though.

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yes ur allowed to have other friends u just have to love me more


Acquaint yourselves with Catbug, motherfuckers [x] [x]



Women in Religion - Mary Magdalene

Mary Magdalene’s story is intimately linked with Jesus. She plays a starring role in one of the most powerful and important scenes in the Gospels. 

When Jesus is crucified by the Romans, Mary Magdalene was there supporting him in his final terrifying moments and mourning his death. She also discovers the empty tomb, and she’s a witness to the resurrection. She was there at the beginning of a movement that was going to transform the West.

But the Mary Magdalene that lives in our memories is quite different. In art, she’s often semi-naked, or an isolated hermit repenting for her sins in the wilderness: an outcast. Her primary link with Jesus is as the woman washing and anointing his feet. But we know her best as a prostitute.

The whole story of Mary as a prostitute, who is fallen and redeemed, is a very powerful image of redemption a signal that no matter how low one has fallen, one can be redeemed.

Powerful as this image may be, it is not the story of Mary Magdalene. Mary Magdalene is mentioned in each of the four gospels in the New Testament, but not once does it mention that she was a prostitute or a sinner. At some point Mary Magdalene became confused with two other women in the Bible: Mary, the sister of Martha, and the unnamed sinner from Luke’s gospel (7:36-50) both of whom wash Jesus’ feet with their hair. In the 6th Century, Pope Gregory the Great made this assumption official by declaring in a sermon that these three characters were actually the same person: Mary Magdalene, repentant saint. The Catholic Church did later declare that Mary Magdalene was not the penitent sinner, but this was not until 1969. After so long the reputation still lingers.

Mary Magdalene is considered a saint by the Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Anglican, and Lutheran churches with a feast day of 22nd July. The Eastern Orthodox churches also commemorate her on the Sunday of the Myrrhbearers which is the second Sunday after Pascha (Easter). She is also an important figure in the Bahá’í faith. {X}

“Do you see this woman? I came into your house. You did not give me any water for my feet, but she wet my feet with her tears and wiped them with her hair. You did not give me a kiss, but this woman, from the time I entered, has not stopped kissing my feet. You did not put oil on my head, but she has poured perfume on my feet. Therefore, I tell you, her many sins have been forgiven—as her great love has shown” Luke 7-36

But why does this post conclude with the passage of the sinful woman aka Not Mary Magdalene?!?

I love Mary Magdalene so much that I would consider naming my firstborn daughter after her except I hate the nickname Magda so it’s prollyyyyy not gonna happen.


Joe Towne’s subtle cameos in ‘Cloudy with a chance of meatballs 2’

I was almost this guy for Halloween this year but then Noah pointed out that everyone would just think I was some dude with a beard.




i need feminism because when jesus does a magic trick it’s a goddamn miracle but when a woman does a magic trick she gets burned at the stake


i mean they did also kill jesus. that was a pretty significant thing that happened. like i understand where you’re coming from here but they very much did kill jesus.


 me every fucken night on this website

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