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toopunktofuck:

one of new jersey’s most famous confections, saltwater taffy, was invented because some asshole’s candy shop flooded and ruined all his taffy and he sold it to a child anyway and i think that pretty much says a lot about the overall cultural climate of new jersey

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lilpetrabbit:

a few days ago bf told me that a couple years ago when he played counterstrike he would respond to dudes getting angry and aggressive and hostile by saying “a kissaroo from me to you” in a slightly goofy friendly voice sort of like the voice you’d associate with a dog muppet.  he said they would absolutely lose their shit every time, insisting things like “i dont want a kissaroo from you!  only tall blonde girls!”.  they always said kissaroo.  i cant stop thinking about this

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I have less than a month to find a new place to live and I don't know what to do. I don't have a job, so I can't get an apartment and I can't get a job without an apartment because I'd need an address to put down. I can hardly get myself out of bed in the mornings and I'm struggling really badly with thoughts of suicide. I feel like such a worthless failure.
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the-pietriarchy:

Even though it’s been said so many times already: Remember that suicide is a permanent solution to a likely temporary problem. You’re not going to be in the same spot in life for ever. Things around you will change, the people you interact with will change, you will change. Life can really, really suck sometimes. And it’s hard to see that it doesn’t always have to be like that. But just remember why you’re still here. You’re still here because it wasn’t always like this, because you didn’t always have to deal with the same problems. Which means that things have changed for you. Yes, you’ve hit a rough spot now. But it’s also proof that things can and will change over time because they always do, and you won’t have to deal with the same stuff forever. What kind of answers do you think you’ll get if you ask people way older than you if everything is still the same for them as it was when they were your age?

Hold onto all the possibilities that the future can bring you and that you can start creating for yourself. If big goals seem to much, make it small ones. Set little rules for yourself. Eat well, pick a time to go to sleep and to get up. Run around the block in the morning. Learn something new every week. Hell, read a book or watch a movie you’ve always wanted to see! Find reachable goals to hold on to as accomplishments. If you feel bad, confine in a friend. Find help. Maybe even on suicide hotlines in your country or online chatrooms and forums about these things. Don’t give up on yourself.

As for your apartment and job situation. That’s a really tough position to be in. But also not temporary. You have years and years ahead of you to find that stability back. And who knows, maybe a few months from now you’ll look back wondering why you were so worried because it all worked out fine. I don’t know where you live, your home situation, or how close you are with your friends. But you could reach out to family members and friends for help or a place to stay. Maybe they know someone who could even employ you? Utilize every connection you have. I know a few people who had no roof over their heads for a while and they found different places to stay at. Some even worked temporary short jobs, they looked for help that was wanted in the area for things like events, parties and museum exhibitions. They also reached out to people from their school via facebook groups. And you could look into things that the city you live in offers to people who are in your position. For job applications now you can maybe put down your current address and change it once you find a new one. You could always try telling them that you’re looking to move soon so your address might change in the future.

Good luck with everything and don’t you dare assume that this is all you’ve got. You are a human being. People have so much potential, you have so much potential. You are not always going to feel the same as you do doing a dark period. And there are so many roads to better periods that you can try to walk. Whatever you do don’t stop looking for them just because you can’t see the map clearly right now.