the upbringing of my sweet, younger sisters is a very important thing to me.
so when the most offensive text png showed up on my little sister's facebook, i threw her some solid words of advice:
me: i hate this so much.
(if you guys know ANYTHING about me, it's that i hold rigid to my morals about what is and is not appropriate in the treatment of women/basically everyone, but especially women, because I AM A WOMAN, DUH.
you can see, obviously, that a young woman playing a slippery slope with her slang would only lead to more slippery slopes. )
her: it's an inside joke.
me: inside joke or not, it's offensive.
me: you need to prepare for your future employers looking at your facebook. this is the kind of thing that will get you not-hired.
her: Goodness. Allyson really, at this moment, I Do. Not. Care.
me: Goodness. Kristen, really, at this moment, I promise you, You. Will.
And then she deleted all the comments.
Which, of course, prompted me to another furious comment stream:
"i'm only annoying you because you know i'm right."
that's right, i said it.
she took it down.
but only, of course, in the midst of me perusing her facebook,
in which i unearthed a bunch of THESE PHOTOS:
and since I HATE THIS SO MUCH,
i had to get a little creative.
so, i guess, in keeping with this blog's theme:
TODAY I LOVE
telling my sisters that they look like drunk-ass dumb girls
and that i'd rather see pictures of them changing the world
than celebrating the fact that they're preparing for their college days.
get over it.