My priorities consist of finding a typewriter and kitten these days.
“The Moody Couch”
I WANT THIS.
an actual pillow nest
I’d never want to get out of it.
Dog bed for humans. I like. I like a great deal.
(Source: thetemptedfates, via memewhore)
CHELSEA. THIS IS WHAT HAPPENED TODAY.
David Bowie photographed by Kenneth Pitt, 1967
This article really pissed me off.
Why do people feel the need to tell someone else, in this case, someone else’s parents, what they can and cannot study when they attend school? They’re attending school in the first place, so just be proud of that. Wanting to be an educated person is an amazing step in life and I think it’s ridiculous to tell someone that they shouldn’t let their child study a particular subject if they want to attend college.
I understand that the point of the article was to show which majors are more profitable in our current economy, but it just seems wrong to me to tell someone that they can’t study a certain subject because they won’t make a shit ton of money. I wanted to go to photography school, but my mother said that I shouldn’t because she didn’t think I could make a living off of it and I regret it almost every day. Granted, I loved the education that I received, but I still think it’s absolute bullshit to stifle someone that way.
No one can tell you for sure that a Humanities major isn’t going to benefit you financially, because it could. They don’t know what the future holds for every person, so it’s stupid to say such a thing.
I feel like I just went on a stupid rant that doesn’t make any sense.
I miss my old apartment kitchen.