Anonymous said: My partner thinks caring about appearances (including beauty regimens, fashion, and working to enhance appearance rather than health) are ridiculous and a waste of time and describes these pursuits as temporal. This same person thinks it's intensely important to keep up with politics. They believe music and art and philosophy are the only things that matter in life and people are wasting their time on anything else. To me, all afore-mentioned pursuits are temporal. Politics change just as
[Cont’d.] Quickly as the weather. Since this person is also a die-hard college football fan (what I consider a highly temporal interest), I believe their judgement on people bettering their appearance to be one big front to cover up of the fact they are unable to achieve a good appearance for them self. As I do not believe in life after death I consider my time very important and simply cannot pretend to care about something just because someone else thinks I should. Is it time to cut them off?
What the fuck are you nerds talking about?
You are your partner should split a Frito pie and play videogames. Chill out on the freshman year gibberish talk. Try fucking each other.
What up jasmine? Check out my ex partner getting advice from a band about me. Dopeness.
I’m getting this framed on my wall or maybe as a back tattoo.
I’m gonna reblog this till I have abs. I’ll post a picture too. Book in one hand and my big dick in the other.
Workin’ on my abs.
Wasting away but looking good. That’s what’s important.burnin’ and moving forward.
I was thinking of this while jogging today. Prolly why I killed it on my first run in 2 years. 2.5 miles today, prolly 3 miles tomorrow. By mid November I’ll be back up to 5 miles and just in time for valentines day, prolly 8 to 10 miles.