From the Urban Dictionary, the definition of Internuts:
The phenomenon that occurs when someone becomes a badass when addressing others on a message board. It is a common practice for the reticent, meek, and cowardly to make bold statements, on the internet, knowing there is no way to be held accountable.
The poster was getting badly flamed, so threatened to kick everyone’s ass. His anger made his internuts grow.”
- We Can Haz Opened!!!!! (coolcppsofficial.wordpress.com)
- I Can Haz… (mysmallstillvoice.wordpress.com)
If some jackhole ever tries to hurt someone I love, I can be counted on to give them a swift kick in the ass for it…in public and for the world to see it. That’s not always the best route if that person is batshit crazy, but the solution there is pretty obvious.
Loyalty is more than just a word to me and it is not something I grant in secret, while letting the rest of the world think I’m with them and not with you, especially if they’re hurting you. Sometimes in order to stand up for someone you believe in and love, you do it, even when it means you stand alone. At least you’re standing for something, instead of the nothing everyone else is blindly following.
And no, I don’t always make the best choices about who I’m standing up for, but at least I’m out here doing the work and making my own choices.
Just because there’s smoke, it doesn’t always mean there’s a fire there, or even warmth. Sometimes it’s just a huge stinking pile of somebody’s toxic garbage that needs to be cleaned up.
You could be a good neighbor and try to help them clean it up, but I wouldn’t suggest that. If you do, make sure you wear gloves and a mask and try not to get any on you.
And never go there alone.
Always tell a good friend or let someone else you trust know where you’re going. That way if you get pulled into the drama of the garbage pile, they can come rescue you before it gets smeared all over you too and does any damage.
Sometimes being a good neighbor means just staying out of it and calling a professional to let them know what’s going on, so they can take care of it. But remember to be a good neighbor and keep an eye on what’s happening around you. A stinking pile of toxic garbage is everyone’s responsibility and they never go away if you just ignore them. They’ll just continue to get bigger and start hurting the people you love.
This has been a Public Service Awareness Message brought to you by a concerned and involved citizen of the human race. What’s smoking in your neighborhood today?
~ Madeline Laughs
People who come here from other places are more able to succeed because they are able to take pride in the simple things.
The lady running a store where all the employees get along.
A kid who has a job at a grocery store and plays in a band.
They feel a sense of success just from surviving well. Thriving and being at peace is enough. Continue reading
by Madeline Laughs
Now this is a subject I can write about with some authority and experience.
The younger man, older woman situation seems to be widely ridiculed, but I’ve never paid it much mind. Never did, until one of my friends was being condemned for the age of the man she fell in love with, that is.
Then it caught my attention. Continue reading