shout out to people who are scared to call others out, whose hands shake when they try to explain what’s wrong, whose throats threaten to close up with thoughts of ‘what if i’m just overreacting’, whose hearts are pounding out of their chests because they just stuck their necks out for their beliefs, who have lost friends and respect and safety for aligning themselves with causes
Patrick: I know you can do it, because you’d write the manuscript about 800 times before you sent it in.
You’ll write it all and think it’s not good, scrap it and write it until you think it’s good. Me: You know, you’re right.
If you have to keep convincing people how awesome your life is, it’s probably not that awesome.
The iPhone is not a status symbol. Owning one doesn’t make you better than people who own Androids. I have the iPhone 5, and I’ve never once gone around talking down to others because they don’t have one. I’ve never been ignorant enough to call non iPhone users poor or tacky.
Some old lady was trash talking others about it saying, “usually poor people shit talk the iPhone.” And I wanted to punch her in her plastic surgery-looking face. It’s about PREFERENCE. Some people genuinely don’t like Apple products. It has nothing to do with the amount of money they have.
The funniest and most cringe worthy thing about that lady, other than the fact it looked like her face was melting, was she claims to be a follower of Jesus. Just another fucking hypocrite.