Everybody still with us? Yes? No unexpected losses? Just asking since yesterday was March 15 or, as some people call it: the 74th day in the Roman calendar! Okay, we don’t exactly know people who call it that way but anyway, in 44 BC this was the date of the assassination of Julius Caesar! So everybody better take a look or two over their shoulder these days, just to be sure. Or you simply stay at home and enjoy our gems of the day!
I completely understand why the Spanish Flu was rarely if ever mentioned in 1920s literature and art. I do not want to watch any TV shows/movies or read a single novel about this fucking time.
— Rebecca Fishbein (@bfishbfish) March 16, 2021
‘it’s her body, she can wear what she wants’ okay but keep the same energy when it comes to muslim women wanting to wear the hijab, abaya, burqa or niqab.
— asima (@asimaxpatel) March 13, 2021
You ever go outside and it just really hit you how everything is covered in fucking cars
— Jordan pass AB387 Burns (@WalkableCityBoy) March 14, 2021
I still can’t believe we locked down in March 2020 when there were 556 confirmed cases in one day and yesterday there were almost 50,000 confirmed cases in one day and we’re like «eh, the pandemic is basically over.»
— Pro-Vaccine Queen🌙🦇 (@typicalfeminist) March 14, 2021
For years I struggled to recreate my grandmother’s recipes till I discovered that «tablespoon» in her recipe book didn’t actually mean tablespoon but referred to this random goddamn spoon she had in her kitchen & all the other measurements in there had similar logic
— Shiv Ramdas (@nameshiv) March 14, 2021
TIL my 94-year-old grandma spent her year in isolation studying the NBA and filling a notepad with her favorite players on each team. pic.twitter.com/B01OWmNsvS
— Lili Gu (@wiwigoo) March 15, 2021
i don’t know who needs to hear this but people are supposed to be “soft”. we are supposed to have emotions. having feelings is part of the human experience.
— king crissle (@crissles) March 14, 2021
My mom used to have to limit my number of books from the library to six or seven at a time and now I can’t read an article without yawning half way through.
— Mars (@MarsinCharge) March 14, 2021
I really need white people to understand that by the time a Black person speaks up and speaks out about racism, things have gotten really really bad. Intolerably bad. Unconscionably bad. Because if we spoke up about every little, small thing, we would do literally nothing else.
— Cora Harrington (@lingerie_addict) March 15, 2021
My four year old was about to have a whole tantrum and my 6 year old helped him manage his breathing so he could calm down…. I’d say I’m doing freaking alright pic.twitter.com/wkGYPn0H4a
— ♥️B⚘ O⚘ Y⚘ MOM♥️ (@Ashleyoutloud) March 15, 2021