please stop getting mad at cashiers for prices they have no control over
Or not being able to take your expired coupon.
or not being able to break any rule that is store or company policy
Or not being able to make the manager come up to the cash register any quicker
or when they can’t get someone to open up another register
Let’s just stop being dicks to anyone that works retail, yeah?
Sometimes I chuckle to myself when I think about the fact that Harry’s signature spell, the one he used several times against Voldemort (successfully), the one the Death Eaters knew him by, the one he insisted on starting with in the DA meetings is the Disarming Charm Expelliarmus because he inadvertently learned that from Snape, the one person he couldn’t stand for the majority of the series.
Sometimes I wonder if he ever stopped and appreciated the fact.
at what point do american children realise it’s weird for them to pledge allegiance to their flag and country every day at school and that not all countries do that and how long after that discovery do they realise how creepy it is
why is this something no one talks about because it concerns me on a very deep level
I realized this pretty late, probably some time in middle school, when I was studying the Bible under the Jehovah’s Witnesses.
The guy that would come to my house to give me study once touched on this subject saying kids should not pledge allegiance to the country because their only allegiance should be to God.
At the time, I had (and was still experiencing) some confusion with my stance on religion, so I took what he said with a grain of salt.
From then on, though, I did decide that the only thing I should pledge allegiance to is myself and whatever I believe is right and thus, never again put my hand over my heart to swear a blind oath, but instead, stood in silent dignity to show respect to those who did believe in the pledge and to the many others who made it possible for me to believe what I did.
Ways to Know You’re Growing Old #1970
When surfing radio stations, a Bee Gees balled perks you up more than an up eat pop song.