princessjustinamack:

relationship goals

princessjustinamack:

relationship goals

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Getting sick of applying for grad jobs only to be rejected over and over again. Feel like I’m trying so hard and getting absolutely nowhere.

Get a bounce on.

fivehundredrevolutions:

A list of Orange Order marches in Glasgow over the weekend (plus the IRBS one, could be trouble there as well), in case anyone has to be out and about there. Stay safe.

Ok but there’s a monsoon going on outside, and I doubt Strathclyde police will allow any of the marches to go ahead considering what happened last night. The orange march goes past my flat regularly and it’s just a marching band followed by decrepit Rangers nutters in suits waving flags, it’s nowhere near as rowdy as the name might suggest. Plus two of the marches are in Drumchapel where basically everyone is a unionist anyway, and Drumchapel is MILES away from the centre of town so they’re probably not going to drag the entire march down just for the sake of a scrap in the rain.
More importantly, let’s not confuse an independence issue with a sectarian issue. There are millions of ‘no’ supporters who absolutely do not condone what happened last night, it just so happened that there’s a minority of people in this city that can’t disassociate a vote for independence from a 100 year old football conflict.

fivehundredrevolutions:

A list of Orange Order marches in Glasgow over the weekend (plus the IRBS one, could be trouble there as well), in case anyone has to be out and about there. Stay safe.

Ok but there’s a monsoon going on outside, and I doubt Strathclyde police will allow any of the marches to go ahead considering what happened last night. The orange march goes past my flat regularly and it’s just a marching band followed by decrepit Rangers nutters in suits waving flags, it’s nowhere near as rowdy as the name might suggest. Plus two of the marches are in Drumchapel where basically everyone is a unionist anyway, and Drumchapel is MILES away from the centre of town so they’re probably not going to drag the entire march down just for the sake of a scrap in the rain.

More importantly, let’s not confuse an independence issue with a sectarian issue. There are millions of ‘no’ supporters who absolutely do not condone what happened last night, it just so happened that there’s a minority of people in this city that can’t disassociate a vote for independence from a 100 year old football conflict.

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Pretty sad.

Nervous, scared and excited all at the same time. This is such a huge day in British political history, and whatever happens I hope the referendum serves to show all voters that we can affect our own change. The power is in our hands to make our lives better!

Vote yes.

Anonymous said: Glasgow vs Edinburgh?

Glasgow always. But sometimes Edinburgh cos my boyfriend is there.

Post work ft. Outlook festival.

In this life, I have mostly been learning.

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