I hate when a person says they’ve had a bad day and everyone, instead of trying to cheer them up, enters a competition of who’s had the shittest life
I’ve been in this situation and here’s some advice from a pro. Congratulate the person/persons on having it worse. Say, “Well congrats, you have it worse. Good for you” in a bitter tone and walk away. It’ll shut them up, and make them think about what they were saying.
Pumpkin Spice Latte for Halloween !?! #spooky #pumpkin #psl #tobeapartner #Starbucks #starbucksdeventer #doesje p.s. That’s not a #pumpkinspicelatte in the picture. 💃
I think all adults should celebrate Halloween.
1 oz. Lucid Absinthe
1 oz. White Creme de Cocao
1 oz. coconut milk
Drizzle of black sambucca
Combine Lucid absinthe, white creme de cocao, and coconut milk in a shaker filled with ice. Shake till frothy and strain into a short glass over ice. Drizzle black sambucca down the side of the glass until it floats on the bottom and diffuses through the cocktail.
(via 13 Halloween Drinks for a Fright Night to Remember | Divine Caroline)
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I may be an English major, but I’m also very honest when I mean something heartfelt. I almost never say anything mean because I can at least filter any negative thoughts, so anything I say without a filter is usually very well meaning. I feel like sometimes I say things that seem rude, when really they’re honest and I really mean them in the best of ways. And some people hold that against me and interpret it as me being rude or mean. And that sucks.
gifs like these are my favorite part of halloween.
for halloween or first dates
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