Angst of a Miffed Bun






You know what my favorite thing about the Pokemon TCG is? The attack names:







And my all-time favorite:


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  #Pokemon   #Multi Gen.


3 am knock out

phone rings

you say time to dismantle the patriarchy?

im on the way

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  #personal   #Life Goals


Loving reminder that expunging toxic and abusive people from your life is ok even when you’re related to them

Caring notice that it’s ok to have complex and difficult feelings about people that have hurt you

Gentle memo that you aren’t obligated to forgive anyone if you don’t want to

Tender note that people who tell you otherwise mean you no good

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  #Self Care


my motto is don’t dress to impress, dress to intimidate. dress to make ppl admire and envy you so much that it literally scares them.

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Phoenix Wright Spoiler: Someone we don’t know doesn’t say anything


Phoenix Wright Spoiler: Someone we don’t know doesn’t say anything

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Being a true bad ass has no weight or gender requirement - just 100% commitment to greatness
Dwayne Johnson (The Rock)

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  #personal   #Life Goals

Anonymous said: I often find that my dreams make little sense plot-wise. For example, I once dreamed that my dad put TV remotes in the toaster so I microwaved a bagel and it turned to glass. That was the whole dream. Often times I also dream about places that I recognize in-dream as home or school, but look nothing like them. I hear other people talk about dreams and they sound much more organized than mine. Is it common for people with ADD or ADHD to have dreams that make less sense?


I don’t know if anyone’s even looked at that before. Some of my dreams have been pretty weird but the weirdest ones were when I was taking melatonin and since I got pregnant (both of which are normal).


Followers, do you have dreams that tell stories or dreams that more surreal?

I also dream about places that I recognize as being locations in real life, but that look nothing like them in the dream. I also have dream locations that aren’t related to real life locations that often feel nostalgic or familiar. Something this is because I’ve dreamed of being in this location before, and other times I’m actually experiencing the deja vu in my dreams! My dreams are very vivid; I can feel touch, taste food, and smell things in my dreams.

Plot wise, my dreams are all over the place. I’m rarely myself in my dreams. Sometimes the dreams start at a certain location with me as a specific character or person attempting to accomplish a task, but by time the dream ends, the person I’m dreaming as has changed without notice, as has the location. Something I remember, in the dream, the original objective I was trying to accomplish and attempting to continue working on that task as the new person I’m dreaming as in the different location.

I lucid dream a lot, which I believe is common with people with ADHD. I sometimes encounter people in my dreams who have died, and I recognize them as having passed away and realize that I’m dreaming. Very rarely I’ll wake up from a dream incredibly disoriented, and will be unsure at what point in my life I’m currently in (E.G. I’ll think I’m a child again in my old bedroom). Sometimes this goes away, but other times the feeling will linger for hours.

I can sleep for long hours, and have gone in and out through phases of hypersomia through my life (sleeping 14+ hours a day). When I was away at college, I had a few incidences of Sleep Paralysis mixed with lucid dreaming (which was pretty awful, knowing that I’d remained “trapped” until I woke up).

In conclusion, my dreams are weirddd.

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Why Aren't Women Advancing At Work? Ask a Transgender Person.


Ben Barres is a biologist at Stanford who lived and worked as Barbara Barres until he was in his forties… . At one conference, another scientist said, “Ben gave a great seminar todaybut then his work is so much better than his sister’s.” (The scientist didn’t know Ben and Barbara were the same person). “This is why women are not breaking into academic jobs at any appreciable rate,” [Ben] wrote, … “Not childcare. Not family responsibilities,” he says. “I have had the thought a million times: I am taken more seriously.”

So important.

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