Girl. Twenty-two. Writer. Animal lover. Art. Reading. Comics. Cartoons. Crafts. DIY. Sewing. Photography. Pin-up. Vintage. Coffee. Cats (2). Road trips. Travel. Music. Bass guitar. Clarinet. Tenor Sax. Piano. Cigarettes. Alcohol. Pokemon. Aqua Teen Hunger Force.
Asked by emotionallystuntedwerewolf:
Future and tattoo :)
Future: Do you think you’d feel better if you know what’s going to happen to you later in your life?
Actually, no, not at all. I don’t want to know a thing. The beauty of life lies in its mystery and uncertainty, and what’s the point of living if I already know how it ends?
Tattoo: What tattoos do you want or have, and what’s the story behind them?
I don’t have any yet, so no fun stories! And, while I am deathly terrified of needles (like I black out when I get vaccines and I’ve never had blood taken), I want to get my dog’s paw print tattooed on me. She is my precious baby, and for a long time in my life, she was the only thing I had. I love her so much that it’s a bit silly!
I would also consider other tattoos, but I’m not sure what I want. Something to symbolize music and how important it is to me, probably as cliche as that is, and maybe my bro and I could matching ones someday, because he is also incredibly important to me.
This whole Time Magazine thing actually really pisses me off. I am so sick of hearing my generation be called lazy. Do you know how many hours I need to work on minimum wage to afford a 1 bedroom apartment in my state? Eighty-eight.
Go to college, they said, and make something of myself. You know what I made of myself even with a $26,000 scholarship per year? A mountain of debt, and guess what, I can’t afford to go back and finish even and I’ve worked in a four separate places - all minimum wage.
My generation has to work harder and get more education for a incredibly inflated cost to even get by.
We are not lazy. We are not narcissistic. We are not spoiled.
And you can fuck right off, Time Magazine.
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