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I Am Published

A wanton girls random scribblings that she pretends are writing
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me: i need to get good grades on this tests
me: *doesn't study*

"Describe college in three words."

  • That’s due TODAY?
  • No Sleep November
  • things fall apart
  • WHERE DREAMS DIE
  • Four year distraction
  • HA HA NO
  • study cram fail
  • Paying for hell
  • THIS SHIT CRAY

(Source: collegeproblems.org, via hiskidsarerunning)

dontclaimgucci:

no one tells you that your twenties are gonna be like drinking juice straight from the jug because you have no clean cups and listening to a boy band that is not aimed at your particular demographic and filling the void with lipstick and cheap thrills

(Source: princepatroclus, via baking-soda)

forshadowedchaos:

purplespacecats:

Why do adults think “So what’s your major? Oh, and what are you going to do with that?” is acceptable small talk

What am I going to do with my degree? Hang it on the wall and cry, probably

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(via usa-nglophile)

caravaggista:

rawr-its-michelle:

i never hit reblog so fast in my life

Cate Blanchett was absolutely phenomenal in this film… The performance of a lifetime. And this was such a great scene.

(Source: reinelsa)

glauxpoetica:

thelastdoctorpony:

bryantbushido:

Yep.

This show got really deep fast.

this is like marxist theory of labor jesus CHRIST

(Source: bushidobryant, via marimaricolorines)

yinx1:

sueanoi:

betweenthetights:

blogfrenzy:

water is wet

the sun is hot

leaves are green

Republicans are white

yinx1:

sueanoi:

betweenthetights:

blogfrenzy:

water is wet

the sun is hot

leaves are green

Republicans are white

(Source: niadil, via ghoulienewmar)

Maligned as a bunch of shiftless, tech-addled children raised to think they’d all get trophies, Millennials are trying to build careers out of the ruins of a job market. Amid a group that’s supposed to be a bunch of entitled kids, all I see around me are young people juggling multiple jobs and unpaid internships while trying to blot their (trigger warning!) student debt from their minds.

Unpaid internships are a particular flaming hoop everyone has to jump through now to land even the most mundane gig. Somewhere along the line this practice went from offering a short, genuinely helpful experience to an experiment in the outer reaches of legal exploitation.

I know people who have worked two years without pay to land a salaried gig or who float from internship to internship while bartending, waiting for something to open up in the field in which they hold a degree.

As the years drag on, the more well-off survive the wage attrition. They are the only ones who can afford working for free.

It might not be as horrendous if the young and paycheckless were graduating with degrees from a public system that leaves students with minimal tuition bills. (Hello, Canada!) As it stands now, student debt has reached a staggering one trillion dollars. One TRILLION dollars! For learning things in schools and there are no good jobs and oh my god I stopped to pour myself a drink since I began typing this sentence.

(Source: fuckthejobmarket)

socialjusticekoolaid:

Are you tired yet? #staywoke

socialjusticekoolaid:

Are you tired yet? #staywoke

whoredinarygirl:

how do people do their homework immediately after they get home? i need at least 3 hours before i can even think about touching my backpack

(Source: whoredinarygirl, via icanhazablog)

(Source: satsunon, via ghoulienewmar)

Life is going to present to you a series of transformations. And the point of education should be to transform you. To teach you how to be transformed so you can ride the waves as they come. But today, the point of education is not education. It’s accreditation. The more accreditation you have, the more money you make. That’s the instrumental logic of neoliberalism. And this instrumental logic comes wrapped in an envelope of fear. And my Ivy League, my MIT students are the same. All I feel coming off of my students is fear. That if you slip up in school, if you get one bad grade, if you make one fucking mistake, the great train of wealth will leave you behind. And that’s the logic of accreditation. If you’re at Yale, you’re in the smartest 1% in the world. […] And the brightest students in the world are learning in fear. I feel it rolling off of you in waves. But you can’t learn when you’re afraid. You cannot be transformed when you are afraid.

— Junot Díaz, speaking at Yale (via ethiopienne)

(Source: avelvetmood, via ethiopienne)

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