People who like to tell me that my favorite things are terrible make me sad. I get it, you don’t like The Big Bang Theory. Guess what? There is no law anywhere saying you have to watch it.
You aren’t going to make me change my mind, but I will feel sad that you called me an idiot for liking a thing I like. There you go. You win. I feel sad now. Did that make your day better? I hope it did because otherwise I don’t know why else you need to make sure that I know you hate the things I love.
Oops, another happened.
This would also make an adorable children’s book. Never stop making these.
Sheldon is helpful and let’s her down without falling
I would sell my soul for this to be a cartoon series.
"don’t play the anxiety card"
YOU THINK THAT I USE ANXIETY AS AN EXCUSE?!
JUST BECAUSE I START TO PANIC WHEN YOU ASK ME TO DO CERTAIN THINGS DOESN’T MEAN I’M SIMPLY USING IT AS AN ESCAPE
MAYBE, JUST MAYBE, THE THINGS YOU ASK ME TO DO CAUSE ME ANXIETY, AND WHEN YOU CONFRONT ME ABOUT IT AND YELL AT ME FOR IT IT JUST MAKES IT WORSE
IT’S NOT A FUCKING CARD
(Source: gavinmotherfuckingfree, via forgottenawesome)
It’s week fourteen of my SIK-a-Week project. I hope those of you still reading these are enjoying them. Given the mass exodus of followers I had this week combined with the fact that last week’s was pretty unpopular, I have to assume that that’s fewer and fewer of you. It looks like next week will be the last week for this project, but I want to thank the people who supported me on this for so long. I’m sure that I’ve overstayed my welcome by many weeks, so thanks for putting up with me. Anyway, enough commentary. Please enjoy!
I am working on The Progeny Adjustment, which is the third story in my The Cohabitation Experiment/The Proposal Reaction series. We all know I’m pretty full of myself, but I want a name for the whole series. I’ve been calling it The Cohabitation Reaction series. Any ideas?
Am I the only one who got mad at Amy’s "before I met Sheldon I was about to give up" line?
I mean, I feel like the first Amy we met was exactly like Sheldon.
She didn’t want a relationship, or love, or anything. She was just trying to please her mom by going on dates. And then she stumbled upon…
Maybe she was frustrated with the situation even if she didn’t like it. She didn’t necessarily want a boyfriend, but she still was ready to give it up and face her mother’s wrath because she kept just meeting losers.
That would make sense but she also said “Once I even dropped in on my OB/GYN to get some human contact”.
I don’t think that one needs to want to be in a relationship to want some human contact. I’ll admit that the line about human contact doesn’t really mesh with “all forms of contact up to and including coitus are off the table.” However, Amy was obviously into touching Sheldon from pretty early on. She wanted to kiss him. She wanted to cuddle. She wanted to hold his hand. That’s all before they were even bf/gf, so I believe that she might have thought she didn’t want human relationships or human contact, but not known exactly what she really wanted early on.
Plus, her perspective could have changed in the mean time. It could be that she thought she was looking for someone to get her mother off of her back, but now she realized she was doing it for herself just as much as she had been doing it for her mother.
"You crave the deepest connections with others, but you don’t trust to let anyone in."