and I know you’re probably thinking “hey, Alli, shouldn’t your parents do that?”
and to that I reply “fuck no, because my parents don’t know how the internet works and feel like providing information to the FAFSA will cause the government to raid our house for all of the coke and hookers”
and I’m asking my mom questions because I do not have thorough knowledge about fucking taxes
The fact that the majority of teenagers would rather listen to Justin Bieber or Taylor Momsen over Jimi Hendrix or Pink Floyd makes me want to fucking kill myself. Literally.
up next on MTV’s “White Girl Problems”: special snowflake and part-time tumblr user felicefawn is literally contemplating suicide over people having different music taste than her and thinks she is better than everybody else because she kinda sorta knows who jimi hendrix and pink floyd are
don't feel like you have to give the school his jacket. if it's too painful a reminder, give it to his family. but if you want to keep it for sentimental value, do it. it's just as important for his friends to keep things as his family. you deserve to be able to keep it or give it away. his family will have plenty of his jackets and things, and just because you aren't related doesn't mean you shouldn't need to grieve any less. plus poly is fucking crazy. they don't give a fuck. do what you want.
Thank you anon. I’ve pretty much decided to keep it. No one’s going to come after me if I don’t, and he didn’t mind me having it.
I tutor and advocate for the Baltimore Algebra Project and they featured me as their youth spotlight in their January edition of their newspaper. This is the text:
Allison “Alli” Chlada has gone above and beyond with her responsibilities as site manager at the Baltimore Polytechnic Institute’s site this school year. She has furthered the relationships between her staff and the rest of the organization by inviting them to take part in meetings outside of the site, as well as taken the initiative to develop leadership within her site so that when she graduates at the end of the year, the site will continue to sustain. She represents her site and the organization very well, and is an asset to the Leadership Committee. We commend you Alli!
Gov. Martin O’Malley introduced legislation Monday night to legalize same-sex marriage in Maryland, presenting a bill to the General Assembly that aides said would offer broad protections for groups that would not want to perform or honor same-sex marriages.