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Mad Lib: The Walmart Difference

The Walmart Difference

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Come pretend at WALMART, where you`ll receive evil discounts on all of your favorite brand name bowls. Our sticky and crawling associates are there to yell you 21 hours a day. Here you will find spicy prices on the fences you need. vibrators for the moms, dolphins for the kids and all the latest electronics for the cousin. So come on down to your smelly high WALMART where the dollars come first.

Corruptly Conjured By: Elle, Natalie and Mike

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Posted by on February 26, 2015 in Uncategorized

 

Oppression

oppression

[ əˈpreSHən ]

NOUN
noun: oppression · plural noun: oppressions
prolonged cruel or unjust treatment or control:
“a region shattered by oppression and killing”

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persecution ·

abuse ·

maltreatment ·

ill-treatment ·

tyranny

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Posted by on February 26, 2015 in Uncategorized

 

Poem: Monotony

monotony
it’s bound to be
the death of me

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each passing day
is exactly just the same
an ugly stain from yesterday
same plain shade of gray

time is to my dismay.
my eyes open but i don’t awake
to exist seems cliche..
the same spot I lay
again plotting my escape
I may never get away.
stop rewind and press replay

fuck constancy
if the only consistency
is ceaseless catastrophe

I’m beyond capacity
I can’t go on miserably
in a life lacking diversity
rejuvenate me
my life has got to be
lthriving with variability,
I don’t mean frivolity
rather I seek flexibility
maximize probability proficiently
confidently I could reachieve
versatility and eventually
recover the once upon a time Natalie
happily ever after could really exist for
me

start by setting me free
escape monotony

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Posted by on February 26, 2015 in Uncategorized

 

usillanimous

pusillanimous
adjective
fearful

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Synonyms: afraid, chicken, cowardly, gutless, tame, timid, timorous

cowardly
adjective
fearful

Synonyms: afraid, anxious, apprehensive, backward, base, caitiff, chicken-hearted, cowering, cowhearted, craven, dastardly, diffident, dismayed, fainthearted, frightened, gutless, having the willies, jittery, lacking courage, lily-livered, nervous, no guts, panicky, paper tiger, pigeonhearted, pusillanimous, recreant, retiring, running scared, scared, shrinking, shy, soft, spineless, timid, timorous, weak, weak-kneed, worthless, yellow, yellow-bellied

Antonyms: bold, brave, courageous, daring, dauntless, unafraid, undaunted, unfearful

craven
adjective
weak, timid

Synonyms: chicken, cowardly, dastardly, fearful, gutless, lily-livered, mean-spirited, poltroonish, pusillanimous, scared, timorous, weak-kneed, wimpish, wimpy, wussy, yellow, yellow-bellied

Antonyms: bold, brave, courageous, heroic, strong

dastardly
adjective
rotten

Synonyms: base, contemptible, cowardly, craven, despicable, low, mean, pusillanimous, underhanded, vile

fearful
adjective
alarmed, apprehensive

Synonyms: aflutter, afraid, aghast, agitated, anxious, chicken, chickenhearted, diffident, discomposed, disquieted, disturbed, fainthearted, frightened, goose-bumpy, have cold feet, hesitant, in a dither, intimidated, jittery, jumpy, lily-livered, mousy, nerveless, nervous, nervy, panicky, perturbed, phobic, pusillanimous, quivery, rabbity, running scared, scared, shaky, sheepish, shrinking, shy, skittish, solicitous, spineless, tense, timid, timorous, tremulous, uneasy, unmanly, weak-kneed, worried, yellow

Antonyms: bold, brave, courageous, inapprehensive, unafraid, unfearful

 
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Posted by on November 11, 2014 in Uncategorized

 

BLEEDING WALLS

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Posted by on October 27, 2014 in Uncategorized

 

Hates Me

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Some chemicals just don’t mix. Even pretty colors can explode. I kept saying its righteous to forgive him again but he enjoys my suffering. He knows what he does. The simplest answer to how could he do this if he loved me? Is simple…. he doesn’t, he hates me.
—Guest runaway train

 
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Posted by on September 4, 2014 in Uncategorized

 

Toxic Escape 1

Think Positive
Repeat or paraphrase the toxic person’s comment and the past comment made and ask the toxic person if he or she realizes how they sound for it is negative. That toxic person needs to have the chance to be confronted on his or her behavior for the toxic person may not realize that the problem lies within them and then yet the toxic person maybe well aware and may not want to change. Challenge the toxic person to try to practice making a positive statement after making a negative one or tell them to practice smiling while saying a negative comment. Something has to change and since you cannot change a person, you can actually teach that toxic person how to treat you. Set boundaries of what you will and will not tolerate. If all else fails, then remove yourself or distance yourself from that person. That person has issues and if boundaries are not set, you well be left exhausted and really the best relationship to salvage and to take care of is the one you have with yourself.

 
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Posted by on September 4, 2014 in Uncategorized