This unpopular opinion caused quite the shit storm today, with numerous people screaming for me to unfollow them if I don’t like what they post.
Funny thing is, I’m not following them. Not any of them. Not now, not ever.
Plus, if I am to follow their logic (and I’m using that term loosely) I can post whatever I want and if you don’t like it then you shouldn’t follow me, or reblog my shit. See how I did that? It works both ways.
Crawl back into whatever hole you came out of, put on your blinders, and keep that small fucking mind closed up real tight because god forbid someone have a fucking opinion that is different from your own.
Other things I don’t like include, but are not limited to: emoticons, pumpkin anything, Death Cab For Cutie, close talkers, hugs, cleaning out the litter box, and stepping on something wet while wearing socks.
We had Mabel’s birthday party yesterday. It was very low key with just close friends and family. We had it at a park (Mabel’s request) and we also had pink cupcakes (Mabel’s other request). I didn’t take many pictures because she hates to have her picture taken and she was having so much fun I didn’t want to ruin it for her.
This morning we had cupcakes in bed for breakfast since today is her actual birthday.
I let her be in charge of her outfit: unbrushed hair, big truck pajama bottoms, and the rattiest hand me down princess shirt in existence.
We probably watched Harry Potter four times over the span of the day.
I also let her be in charge of her own dinner: a banana, corn, and a giant pile of peanut butter.
Now she’s laying with her dad in a pile of her new toys watching a little bit of Toy Story before she takes a bath and goes to bed.
I saw all those, "beautiful people awards" going around Tumblr and I thought, "fuck these bitches." I wanted to send a message to the most awesomest of assholes (term of endearment) in my life and let you know that, I love your face off, you are awesome, and when shit gets you down, I'll be there." so, blah blah, sappy shit, blah blah, but I love you (and Mabel!) and I just thought you should know.