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Holy shit this is brilliant
AMAZING. BOOST IT.
I plan on volunteering to help with this when I’m sober. Fucking brilliant idea.
If you ever want to find out who an anon is
Click the ignore button (the hand) on their message
Then click on the settings button (the gear) at the top of your dash
Click on “ignored users”
Now you can see who sent you an obnoxious ask
#jesus christ this has a cure for everything
That Gatorade one is real talk.
The Dawn flea killer works, we used to do that to my cat, as does the vinegar with bruises.
by Neil Gaiman
Advice from Adventure Time (x)
“I’ll be there tomorrow to high-five you yesterday, my friend. Peace.”
I have someone staying in my hotel tonight that made me think that this would be worth sharing here.
If you are running away/trying to hide from someone that is frightening, abusing, harassing you, and you find yourself staying in a hotel to avoid being found, there’s an extra precaution you can take.
When you check in, ask the front desk clerk to put you as “Unlisted”. They’ll know what you’re talking about. What this means is that as far as anyone other than you and the front desk clerks are concerned, you’re not there. If someone tries to call for you and your room, “I’m sorry. I don’t have anyone registered under that name.” Same thing goes for it someone shows up at the desk. “Unlisted” means you’re untouchable.
Please, please, if you find yourself in trouble and seeking refuge in a hotel, do this. It’s really quick, easy, and painless for the front desk clerk to do, and they are not going to judge you for it.
I can’t find anything on this with a quick googling, but I don’t find anything contrary to it, either, and nothing on Snopes (quickie search, mind you), but if this is the case, I would TOTALLY advise anyone in this situation to take such a step.
1) When a man asks you a question and then refuses to look at you as you answer, just keep going. Don’t let his rudeness silence you.
2) When he interrupts you, return the favor.
3) When he says things you know are not true, correct him. Repeatedly.
4) When he attempts to bully you, mow him down with facts.
5) And whenever possible, smile. Nothing rattles an angry man like a woman who looks happy to annoy him.
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