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Anonymous asked: Why do you talk crap about your brother on tumblr?
Me: why is it so hot in here (house) Mom: maybe because you’re on...– Life
Dear God 1/30
rudyfrancisco: When I was 12 I asked God to make me 6 foot 5. I’m my opinion Michael Jordan was Jesus, Nazareth was a city in North Carolina, The best time to pray was during 4th quarter And basketball was the only religion worth dying for Dear God I’ve been pronouncing your name incorrectly. I wrote it down wrong And I’ve been saying it that way ever since. God, I’m not sure why you...
barbielolita: Justin Timberlake - Mirrors
My brother is so damn immature! He waste a bunch of money, and still doesn’t have a job. I keep telling him to stop going out as much and start saving because he’s got to start thinking about the future. But no, he’s still going out to eat like he’s drake. His ambulance bill was ridiculous and he’s still asking for gas money! Damn it’s like he doesn’t care...
We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act but a habit.– Aristotle
Someone beat some sense into this boy
My brother bought a new guitar which he hasn’t played in like 4 years, seriously I tell him so many times to get his act together and like stop wasting money. And then he pulls this stunt. Meanwhile I’m here paying his phone bills, and he goes over the minutes… wtfff
#yoloswag #yoloswaggy →
#12 is all like #yoloswag and then he ate the cinnamon
nobodycompares2youu: 22 - Taylor Swift with...
WHY IS THE NEW TALOR SWIFT ALBUM NOT ON SPOTIFY...
oh soo foolish
hes going to regret the day he messed with me.
(I am working the register over Christmas.)
Me: “Find everything today?”
(Note: she is silent through the transaction, which includes a gift card.)
Me: “How much would you like on this?”
Customer: “Oh, sorry. Can I have $150?”
Me: “No problem.”
Customer: *after paying* “Can you do me a favor?” *she hands me the gift card* “The next customer you see that you think could use this, could you give it to them?”
Me: *stunned* “…Of course!”
(After a minute another customer comes up, a visibly upset young woman.)
Me: “Hi! How are you?”
Customer #2: “I’m okay, thanks.”
(Clearly she is not ok, but she is trying very hard to be pleasant. She is getting very basic items: milk, bread, eggs, etc. Nothing very festive.)
Me: “So your total comes out to $0.00.”
Me: “The person before you gave me a $150 gift card to use for the next person I thought could use it. You look like you’re having a rough day, so here are your groceries, and there’s about $130 left on this card.”
(The customer just started crying. Once she could, she thanked me about 100 times. Made my whole Christmas season.)