I’m very proud that my country stopped waiting for the Congress to rule in favor or not or same-sex marriage (waiting for overpaid politicians to approve or not something that should be a right from the start), and ruled that, now, everyone can get married. No restrictions.
Nice job, Brazil’s National Council of Justice.
thesmilequest replied to your post: It’s officially after midnight! Happy birthday to…HAPPY BIRTHDAY YOU WONDERFUL HUMAN BEING. You might not know, but I love you and I’m greatful that you’re alive. <3
Yay! So now we’ve established that we’re both very happy that one another is alive. Our friendship really is blossoming, lol. Thank you. <3
Blossoming? Are you kidding? We’ve known each other so long that winter came and went four times and yet spring always caught up to us. Literally and metaphorically. hehe
Okay so here’s a couple of things that I learned from the conversation i just had with my great aunt:
- What was I thinking?! I should be fluent in English and Italian, not English and French, because the French are snobby and the Italians wear nice designer jeans.
- Hotels should be downgraded by one star if some of the staff have tattoos. I mean, someone with tattoos on her arm even served my aunt food. Ew!
You’re welcome everybody now you have some great knowledge courtesy of my bigoted family yay.
Are you sure your family isn’t plain sarcastic all the time? ‘CAUSE THEY CAN’T BE FOR REAL. like, nope.