aintevenmadthoo said: love u
I am feeling very shitty today.
Well, I fucked up my PAL application, so now I’m gonna be waiting at least another month or two before my licences come though.
Big time sigh. Looking at a total of 4 months of waiting, paper work, and bureaucracy.
Getting my firearms licence is one of the big steps for me now that I’m a landed immigrant in Canada, after finding work and my own place to live, so the fact that it’s taking me this long is becoming increasingly frustrating.
The main thing i’m going to struggle with is that on a canadian firearms licence application, you have to have known your references for at least three years, seeing as ive only lived in canada since 2012 you can see what my problem is here.
What a big fucking waste of time.
I think I’m going to spend my last $25 on a box of wine.
God I hate plastic paddies.
Robin Hood (1973) | character design & animation by Milt Kahl (x)
guys never realize that.
Why play games though? Just come out and say no, don’t seem to hard.
cause the word “no” is not in ya’ll vocabulary.
Who is this ya’ll you speak of?
Honestly flat out saying no can be really scary. A lot of guys will be cool and leave you alone, but there are enough that won’t that I don’t always feel comfortable saying no. You don’t always know how a guy will react. I’ve had enough bad experiences that I always have an excuse or friend because I’m not willing to take that chance. Sometimes “playing games” is keeping myself safe.
That’s absolutely terrible, I know from personal experience I like women to be straight up with me. At the same time I know guys who are so childish and petty.
Childish guys are the easier ones. I’d rather deal with a childish guy that talks shit than a guy that gets violent. Either sucks but its the lesser of two evilsexists for a reason.
“When a man says no in this culture, it’s the end of the discussion. When a woman says no, it’s the beginning of a negotiation.” – Gavin De Becker
If you are in a bar and a guy or a group of guys are causing you trouble, harassing you or just making you feel uncomfortable in any way at all, let a bouncer know about it. A solid 90% of door staff will instantly deal with any problem you have, because it’s our job.
We are legal obliged to make sure everyone is safe inside the bar and we are responsible for making sure everyone makes it home safely.
Our “duty of care” starts when you walk inside and ends when you get home (within reason). Even if you walk 10 blocks then notice someone following you, walk straight back to the bar and let us know, because we are responsible for your safety, and we want you to get home safe and sound.