Magazines and television and advertisements tell teenage girls that they should like certain things, and then other magazines tell girls that they’re stupid for liking those things. Then magazines publish articles and TV shows run specials wondering why teenage girls don’t have better self esteem, like they didn’t make it that way.
There’s nothing wrong with teenage girls being enthusiastic about boy bands or (heaven forbid) having sexual feelings about the boys in boy bands. There is something wrong with the way that other people react to teenage girls and their interests.
My step sister just walked in and made fun of me and my older sister for watching my little pony, saying that it is dumb and Not for adults. She then proceeded to refer to herself and her three friends as “the quad”….
My sister and I are 21 and 19, respectively.
My step sister is 12.
Someone please help me remind her that all of her arguments are forever invalid….
Because she’s 12.
And we will never take her seriously.
Because she’s 12.
And no one will ever value her opinion…
Because, well, she’s 12.
If you ever feel really embarrassed, just remember that once I was outside of a Grocery Store fundraising for band in the middle of November and suddenly wondered why I’d been so cold only to realize that my jeans had fallen down to my ankles and I had been standing in my underwear with my pants down completely unaware in public for ten minutes.
Guys are more interested in boobs than thigh gaps so imma eat this piece of cheesecake.
I don’t care who you are, who you are with, or what time of day it is… Pretty Little Liars still freaks me out.
Remember hooked in phonics?? Well someone should make a program called hooked on Ebonics so my non ghetto friends can speak to me.
What if you were hot in the middle of night and somehow woke up in your freezer.
Javert has 24,601 problems and Jean Valjean is all of them.