spot the difference
dont do this to me. im a very powerful and strong god and if you dont reblog my selfie im going to murder you really REALLY hard
My younger brother Michael at Stanley Park, BC.
Creed McTaggert. Photo: Macfarlane
Dane Reynolds. Photo: Lawrence
nothing feels better than winning monopoly. not love. not sex. not free pizza. nothing
I’m sorry, have you tried pizza…?
yes and it doesn’t compare to owning half the board and watching the light die from your friends eyes as you take their money and feel your friendship slowly deteriorate
i like you
Just going to have a little say about the Australian benefits system (Centrelink).
As an 18+ year old, full time student, I’m paid a little over $277 a fortnight. Per fortnight, I pay my mother $200 in board. I spend $62.40 on transport to university a fortnight, at least.
That gives me $14.60 to live off per fortnight. So using my $7.30 a week, I’m expected to pay off my $1,000 debt to my mother for my car. I’m expected to also pay for my fuel ($40/week), insurance ($28/month) and registration ($600+/year). This is in addition to my phone ($39.90/month) and gym ($14/week). Plus $570 in textbooks per semester, roughly.
I understand that I can go without my gym, car and phone - but how is a full time student expected to survive off $7 a week? I may sound ungrateful, but I cannot afford to do anything.
Though, add in the fact that I have a cash in hand job, and so Centrelink doesn’t know about it, I’m adding about $100-180 a week to that. Yet, I still can’t afford the above. And if Centrelink knew about my job and if it wasn’t cash in hand, they’d dock my pay to less than what it is.
But hey, as long as Mr Tony Abbot is happy and comfortable with his $500,00+ a year pay.
Posts like these matter because so many people assume that the government gives you enough to survive but really
-we surf to school
-if we don’t say “dude” at least 10 times a day we will die
-same with “like”
-we cry when it’s 60 degrees Fahrenheit bc it’s cold
I asked my mom if anyone did anything for april fool’s today at work and she just kind of stared at me and said that the operating room really isn’t a good place for pranks