this was a lot funnier at 3 am
(via noxification)Source: shubbabang
Using a mouse for the first time on my laptop
EVERYTHING’S SO HANDS-OFF. I FEEL LIKE I HAVE SO MUCH MOTOR CONTROL.
WHAT DO I DO WITH MY LEFT HAND???
this is 911 state your emergency
YES I NEED HELP IMMEDIATELY I CAN’T FIND MY LIZARD
911 I THINK MY LIZARD IS BROKEN
YOU THINK YOU’VE GOT PROBLEMS? MY PHONE SEEMS TO HAVE LOST IT’S LEGS
911 I CAN’T GET MY PHONE OFF THE RECEIVER
MA’AM YOUR PHONE NEEDS TO BE IN THE UNLOCKED POSITION AND MAY NEED TO BE PROVIDED WITH ADDITIONAL HARDWARE TO FUNCTION CORRECTLY.
YES HELLO 911 CAN YOU HEAR ME I DROPPED MY HEADSET IN THE WATER DO YOU READ
TO BE HONEST 911, I AM NOT SURE WHAT MY PHONE IS DOING
911 MY PHONE IS FACING THE WRONG WAY AND I CAN’T GET IT TO TURN AROUND.
yes 911 hello all these people are crazy
(via skyestrumpet)Source: babylizard
can we please understand that “depressed” is an actual emotion as well as a mental disorder
just because you say you feel depressed one day doesn’t mean you’re claiming to have depression and it’s an actual emotion and if you say “i’m feeling depressed today” is absolutely okay because it is in fact a mood and a clinical disorder
This post? This is a very important post.
…i just wanna say that this idea makes me really uncomfortable? As a person who’s had depression, it makes me feel really weird when people throw the word depressed around, especially when they’re just saying “x happened today and it made me feel depressed” when they really mean that they just got upset or something like that.
It hurts me because then it makes the mental illness that i’ve had seem less valid and less important. Like, yeah, i’m aware that you saying that isn’t you claiming to have depression. However, when i hear people using “depressed” as an emotion rather than an illness, then it makes me feel as though you view depression as just a massive case of the sads, when really it’s not that at all.
Also there are a lot of other words that you could use that a) still say (perhaps more adequately) what you actually mean and b) don’t make depression sound less serious than it actually is. Such as:
So I guess what i’m saying is that next time you wanna use “depressed” to mean an emotion rather than a mental illness, then take a moment to think about it please?
(via zoesinyoface)Source: venipede