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From Los Angeles with Licentiousness

Caffeine addicted student, occasional dilettante, and future physician. Established 1995. kool kid(s)
Apr 5 '13

Thanks for spoiling tumblr

Apr 5 '13

And you spread out,
But you couldn’t escape
The cloying sweetness of home.
The tears of frustration, not sadness.

Apr 4 '13
jayparkinsonmd:

A statement from the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles:

It has been brought to our attention that there is some confusion surrounding a series of area billboards and bus stop advertisements promoting the adult television show Childrens Hospital. Please be advised that the advertisements are in no way associated with CHLA.

Classic healthcare.
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jayparkinsonmd:

A statement from the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles:

It has been brought to our attention that there is some confusion surrounding a series of area billboards and bus stop advertisements promoting the adult television show Childrens Hospital. Please be advised that the advertisements are in no way associated with CHLA.

Classic healthcare.

via

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Apr 3 '13

I am paper thin, wan and feeble girl
I lick stamps for breakfast
But inside I grow strong
Smiling and laughing and shouting.

Apr 2 '13

Holler at all the people who still creep on this blog who I just found out about

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Apr 2 '13
Women are socialized to make men feel good. We’re socialized to “let you down easy.” We’re not socialized to say a clear and direct “no.” We’re socialized to speak in hints and boost egos and let people save face. People who don’t respect the social contract (rapists, predators, assholes, pickup artists) are good at taking advantage of this. “No” is something we have to learn. “No” is something we have to earn. In fact, I’d argue that the ability to just say “no” to something, without further comment, apology, explanation, guilt, or thinking about it is one of the great rites of passage in growing up, and when you start saying it and saying it regularly the world often pushes back. And calls you names.

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Apr 2 '13
  • what she says: I'm fine.
  • what she means: i want @Drake to murder my vagina

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Apr 1 '13

365daysdead:

Best Coast - The Only Place

I guess LA really is the only place for me.

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Apr 1 '13

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Mar 31 '13

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