The mysterious winner of a $560 million lottery ticket who fought to keep her identity a secret was allowed to stay anonymous, a judge ruled in March. The woman’s lawyers argued that she is part of a group that “has historically been victimized by the unscrupulous”.
Listen, weird buzzfeed. I don't know what powers you hold and I don't care. Please just tell me how to support or personally fund more of those stupid Butter & Toast videos because there are so few of them and I hate it, but they are the only pure source of joy in my life.
what would your fourteen year old self say if you travelled in time and told them what you were doing with your life now
I’d like to think they’d say “what the fuck is tumblr? what’s social media? it’s 1995. WAIT. THE INTERNET GETS BIGGER AND I GET PAID TO…..BE ON IT? FOR WORK?!“
But, realistically, I think they’d say something like “YOU MEAN WE SURVIVE THIS DEPRESSION? We’re still around? And, like…happy? And healthy?”
And then I’d hug 14-year-old-me and tell them that things are still hard some days (a lot of days), but in the future we have a support network and we get the help we needed. And that we’re still weird, and that that’s rad.