taliabobalia:

A young woman sits down at her desk with a thud. She glares at her drink and a small growl escapes her lips. Her cat, sleeping in the sunlight, lifts his head when he hears her and stares for a moment before going back to sleep. Images of strong women flash through her mind. She clenches her jaw and opens her laptop.

Logging into her blog, she smiles with determination. She checks her messages - none. She checks her activity - a friend liked a picture of her cat and a few people reblogged a post she made about a guy at the grocery store who looked at her with what she referred to as “hungry, misogynistic eyes.”

She begins typing.

"Coca-Cola thinks it has a right to tell women what to do. The idea that I have a soulmate and that I need to share my drink with them is appalling. I don’t need to share anything with anyone. This is my drink, my body, my life. I don’t need a soulmate. It’s disgusting and indicative of Coca-Cola’s desire to oppress people. I have to, in order to enjoy this drink, have a soulmate. Or a friend named James. Or a dad. Who does Coca-Cola think they-" she stops typing.

"Hey honey," her father says from the doorway. "Dinner’s gunna be ready in about five minutes so finish up your homework and come eat." He turns to leave but turns back to add, "By the way, your brother invited Jimmy over. He’s gunna eat with us."

A cold sweat breaks out over her entire body. Why is Jimmy here? Why didn’t her brother warn her? Her heart races. She closes her laptop and applies a bit of lip gloss and fixes her hair. She checks her breath before leaving her room, trying to hide her giddiness. She hopes that maybe this time, Jimmy will sit next to her. As she leaves, she looks back at the can. The words “Share a Coke with your Soulmate” stare at her. She smiles hopefully.

This is some absolute drivel I’ll never get these minutes back.

taliabobalia:

A young woman sits down at her desk with a thud. She glares at her drink and a small growl escapes her lips. Her cat, sleeping in the sunlight, lifts his head when he hears her and stares for a moment before going back to sleep. Images of strong women flash through her mind. She clenches her jaw and opens her laptop.

Logging into her blog, she smiles with determination. She checks her messages - none. She checks her activity - a friend liked a picture of her cat and a few people reblogged a post she made about a guy at the grocery store who looked at her with what she referred to as “hungry, misogynistic eyes.”

She begins typing.

"Coca-Cola thinks it has a right to tell women what to do. The idea that I have a soulmate and that I need to share my drink with them is appalling. I don’t need to share anything with anyone. This is my drink, my body, my life. I don’t need a soulmate. It’s disgusting and indicative of Coca-Cola’s desire to oppress people. I have to, in order to enjoy this drink, have a soulmate. Or a friend named James. Or a dad. Who does Coca-Cola think they-" she stops typing.

"Hey honey," her father says from the doorway. "Dinner’s gunna be ready in about five minutes so finish up your homework and come eat." He turns to leave but turns back to add, "By the way, your brother invited Jimmy over. He’s gunna eat with us."

A cold sweat breaks out over her entire body. Why is Jimmy here? Why didn’t her brother warn her? Her heart races. She closes her laptop and applies a bit of lip gloss and fixes her hair. She checks her breath before leaving her room, trying to hide her giddiness. She hopes that maybe this time, Jimmy will sit next to her. As she leaves, she looks back at the can. The words “Share a Coke with your Soulmate” stare at her. She smiles hopefully.

This is some absolute drivel I’ll never get these minutes back.

61 Notes

kingofthesky:

prettybonesdavis:

kingofthesky:

chuckpalahniuk:

FIGHT CLUB Blu-ray signing at the Fox booth (4229) happening right now! #sdcc

I wish i was there for this. I love this Author.

sad that fight club is his most popular because it’s definitely not his best….

I wouldn’t say its sad, i actually really liked the book. i have read more than a couple of his books and i love them all, i can’t say that he has written anything that has disappointed me. Just the style of his writing and his twists draw me in. Except Pygmy, i had trouble starting that one, but once i got used to it i really enjoyed it.

it’s just…. people stop at fight club and they shouldn’t. so much more to read and be mildly disturbed by. 😊

533 Notes

Oh chels ❤️ let’s vacay together….

Oh chels ❤️ let’s vacay together….

1 Notes

4509 Notes

kat-howard:

dbvictoria:

Shakespearean insults, with cats.

7 more here.

I did not realize how very perfect cats were at delivering Shakespeare’s insults until now.

(via catsnthingsbyemma)

71191 Notes

Sunday tradition ❤️ (at Emmett Watsons Oyster Bar)

Sunday tradition ❤️ (at Emmett Watsons Oyster Bar)

4 Notes

me & peanut 😂 (at Culpeppers)

me & peanut 😂 (at Culpeppers)

11 Notes

at Graham, Washington

at Graham, Washington

5 Notes

weekend 🍻 (at Puyallap,Wa)

weekend 🍻 (at Puyallap,Wa)

7 Notes

car selfie because i truly hate 161/meridian and the slow crawl 😳 #puyallap (at Puyallap,Wa)

car selfie because i truly hate 161/meridian and the slow crawl 😳 #puyallap (at Puyallap,Wa)

10 Notes