When I was a little girl– Terms and Conditions - Meghan Lynn (via merelyamadness)
they told me I could be whatever I wanted.
They forgot to tell me that people would ask
my husband about his job
and me about the kids,
forgot to tell me that the company for which I work
will have more rights that I will,
forgot to tell me that my body will be up for debate in
political circles, internet forums, the comment sections
by people who cannot name the parts of woman
that make a child,
but will tell you the cells inside a womb
are more important than those around them.
They didn’t mention that if I tried to be
a career woman
and a mother
that people would ask
That trying to have it all
would earn criticism
instead of praise.
What do you want to be when you grow up?
I am going to be a woman,
but I’d like to be a human, too.
Wishing we could time travel back to this moment and hangout with these guys.
Tips for serial killers: we’re in a recession at the moment, so instead of throwing your victim’s bones away you can make them into a tasteful chandelier and save money.
omg bro ^
apparently this is to much to ask for.
Got it. ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
br0ken-s1nners said: Looking into going into Tattooing when I leave school, any helpful hints and tips?
If you’re only “looking into going into tattooing” then I suggest you stop right there and don’t get into tattooing at all. Sorry, but I’m not trying to be rude/harsh/a bitch but the reality of it is, is that the tattooing world is already over saturated with so many people already tattooing and have been tattooing for years and more and more are learning and starting out everyday. It’s hard enough for tattooers who have been working 10/15/20 years to make a living still and with all of us younger tattooers out there it makes it hard for everybody so you have to prove you want it and prove you’re worth it.
So, unless you are completely and utterly devoted and determined to be a tattooer and learn the craft of tattooing, then don’t fucking do it. You have to be serious and committed to doing A LOT of hard work, getting shit on, getting criticized, getting tattooed, learning constantly, painting and drawing all the time, dealing with difficult people, not sleeping, not doing “what you want to do”, etc. But at the end of the day it’s all totally worth it. It just depends on how bad you want it. If you don’t want it bad enough then shit or get off the pot because there’s always somebody out there that wants it more than you do.
very well put, Tron
Ugh I didn’t even finish reading the above statement. Follow your dreams, yes the world has good tattoo artists but go forward learn and practice and learn more and keep following your dreams don’t depend on what others say believe in yourself