fuck-yeah-wheelchairs:

This woman is doing the Drake pose on her wheelchair that she loves so much.FUCK YEAH WHEELCHAIRS!Don’t you just love wheelchairs?

what the fuck am I doing
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and you’re also on fire.

Shieit

FUckin Wheelchairs holy chirst man

I don’t know why or how this happened but it did.

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you get blazed as you wear a blazer (jacket) and drive a blazer (suv).

Get some of dat dank Chevrolet Blazer yo, while wearing my blazer, 100% blazed.

klokateercatlady:

donitaruga:

klokateercatlady:

donitaruga:

threedollarwine:

crystalmethalicious:

I don’t think people realise how hard it is to re-discover the person you were before depression or even try to remember your own personality

and if you’ve had depression since early childhood you don’t even know if you have your own personality

you didn’t have time to be a person before depression

and it’s scary having no idea who you are

What the hell?

Having depression doesn’t stop you from developing a personality, if anything it can help you develop a stronger one because with depression comes a lot of self assessment and understanding one self.

To imply that having depression equals not having a personality is insulting to me, honestly.

Depression effects people differently, I happen to think that OP has a very good point, because my personality has been effected and not in a good way.

I used to be peppy, legit happy and outgoing. Now I’m withdrawn, miserable and a giant asshole who uses humour in some last ditched attempt to maybe convince myself and others, that I’m not as depressed as I am. 

My ‘self assessment’ is nothing more then calling myself a slew of names, insisting that I’m useless and a waste of space, trying to get out of bed, wondering why anyone would be my friend or be around me, and staring in the mirror and wondering - wow, men actually think this is cute? jfc. It’s a lot of self abuse and I don’t think that, that qualifies at all as understanding or proper self assessment.

Wasn’t replying to the OP, was replying to the other guy.

I understand what the OP was saying but what the other guy said is complete bullshit imo.

Just because you feel like shit doesn’t mean you don’t have personality and being completely happy with yourself, without a care in the world doesn’t mean you do have a personality.

If tomorrow I stopped feeling depressed I wouldn’t change all that much, if at all, the only thing that would change was the way I felt most likely, I still wouldn’t want to go out with people, I never liked that ever, I would still spend most of my time playing video games or whatever, the only difference is that I would be happier doing those things.

At least that’s the way I see it but it’s like you said, everyone is different but I still think that saying someone who has depression inherently lacks personality is complete bullshit.

I think what the second dude was trying to say, is that if you’ve had depression for a long time - then you find yourself unsure if how you feel and act, is really you or the depression talking.

if I suddenly stopped being depressed, then my personality would change quite a bit. I’d still be sarcastic and a dick, but I’d be happier, be more energetic, more outgoing and proud. I’d take more care of my appearance and all that. 

So I think everyone in this post has a point. :3 

Fair enough.

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I’m so blazed with that blazer yo, fucking 420 wear that shit, bitch.

klokateercatlady:

donitaruga:

threedollarwine:

crystalmethalicious:

I don’t think people realise how hard it is to re-discover the person you were before depression or even try to remember your own personality

and if you’ve had depression since early childhood you don’t even know if you have your own personality

you didn’t have time to be a person before depression

and it’s scary having no idea who you are

What the hell?

Having depression doesn’t stop you from developing a personality, if anything it can help you develop a stronger one because with depression comes a lot of self assessment and understanding one self.

To imply that having depression equals not having a personality is insulting to me, honestly.

Depression effects people differently, I happen to think that OP has a very good point, because my personality has been effected and not in a good way.

I used to be peppy, legit happy and outgoing. Now I’m withdrawn, miserable and a giant asshole who uses humour in some last ditched attempt to maybe convince myself and others, that I’m not as depressed as I am. 

My ‘self assessment’ is nothing more then calling myself a slew of names, insisting that I’m useless and a waste of space, trying to get out of bed, wondering why anyone would be my friend or be around me, and staring in the mirror and wondering - wow, men actually think this is cute? jfc. It’s a lot of self abuse and I don’t think that, that qualifies at all as understanding or proper self assessment.

Wasn’t replying to the OP, was replying to the other guy.

I understand what the OP was saying but what the other guy said is complete bullshit imo.

Just because you feel like shit doesn’t mean you don’t have personality and being completely happy with yourself, without a care in the world doesn’t mean you do have a personality.

If tomorrow I stopped feeling depressed I wouldn’t change all that much, if at all, the only thing that would change was the way I felt most likely, I still wouldn’t want to go out with people, I never liked that ever, I would still spend most of my time playing video games or whatever, the only difference is that I would be happier doing those things.

At least that’s the way I see it but it’s like you said, everyone is different but I still think that saying someone who has depression inherently lacks personality is complete bullshit.

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threedollarwine:

crystalmethalicious:

I don’t think people realise how hard it is to re-discover the person you were before depression or even try to remember your own personality

and if you’ve had depression since early childhood you don’t even know if you have your own personality

you didn’t have time to be a person before depression

and it’s scary having no idea who you are

What the hell?

Having depression doesn’t stop you from developing a personality, if anything it can help you develop a stronger one because with depression comes a lot of self assessment and understanding one self.

To imply that having depression equals not having a personality is insulting to me, honestly.

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