singingeachtoeach:

this is something i’ve been working out how to say for a while:

i say “perfect human being,” “flawless person” just as much as if not more than the next person, but somehow i think that in some people’s heads that’s a literal thing? like, everyone realizes that people who we go around dubbing flawless and perfect have flaws, and are not perfect, right?

idk. i guess the near-blind hero worship i see sometimes on here bugs me. is what i’m trying to say.

and now i’m going to proceed to say “flawless human being” in another post and not be bothered. i just think sometimes i need to remind myself of the semantic difference.

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Janet Morris

I'm from Huntsville, Alabama. I've got as many college credits as a doctorate candidate, and the GPA of some of them, too. I have a boss by the name of Amy Pond. She's a dachshund. My parents both grew up in Alabama.