18, CS at UCSD, bi, poly, cis, he/him pronouns. Mostly an ask blog, with occasional writing, photography, and social justice.

 

neutroisenjolras:

if you ever try to befriend me and you expect to be in frequent contact with me i am so sorry. i do that with maybe two people and even then i often go days or weeks withouts saying anything before talking daily for a while. 

the point is if we dont talk that doesnt mean i dont like u and think about u a lot im just terrible at maintaining close relationships

(Source: creepyenjolras)

Anonymous asked
suggestion for your bio: you're 18 now, nerd.

Bio fixed! Honestly I never ever think about what my blog looks like, I just keep posting like once a month.

Anonymous asked
a portrait of emily

Nah, I don’t need a tattoo of Emily cause I’ma keep her face near me as often as possible

Anonymous asked
a sexually explicit question in a tiresome font

Fair.

Anonymous asked
the anonymous sunglasses orb

… I can’t really disagree with this.

thecalebfarley:

If you had to suggest a Tattoo for me based on what you know of me from my blog, what would it be?
Anonymous asked
If anything you're doing more harm by buying products made from slave labour rather than designer shit. It's understandable that you can't afford it but you don't deserve to talk shit to people that can because you're basically keeping the sweatshops in business

disrespectfuljezebel:

shitrichcollegekidssay:

"Choosing not to go to walmart can be a political decision, but it is also a form of privilege which is wielded against those who have few other options.  This kind of consumer activism puts the only ‘valid’ kind of politics into the hands of those who can afford it."

A lot of that “designer” shit is made in the same sweat shops as cheaper stuff. You don’t actually think a little Italian man is hand-stitching your button-ups & slacks or whatever you oblivious fucks wear, do you?

Sweatshops have been making constant political, economic, and social progress since their inception. If we stop supporting businesses that rely on sweatshop labor, we make it harder for sweatshops to continue making progress towards fair pay and fair treatment. Unless a boycott is called for by the actual workers in question, American consumers SHOULD NOT boycott businesses on the premise of sweatshop labor. Remember kids, there’s no such thing as ethical consumerism, but listening to the exploited workers yours trying to help makes you way less of an asshole.

If you’re gonna bail, bail early. This applies to relationships, college classes, and sledding,

Advice from my high school science teacher, Mr. Miller (via mumfordslionheart)

Good advice, but not a reason to stay in a bad situation. It’s never to late to make the right choice for yourself

starphys asked
What are you doing right now I vote playing tf2 with me

dancingskeletonarmy:

dancingskeletonarmy:

What am I doing right now is sitting on the lite rail then going to class then going to debate practice. What am I doing at 10:30 probably playing tf2 with you

I accidentally answered this publicly starphys sorry m8

its super chill no worries