jumpingjacktrash:

buffdaddyjohn:

shitty scribble from earlier im sorry

oh yes
oh god yes
bite him psii he’s askin for it

I have a reason for reblogging this. My reason is I ship it and I am not ashamed.
*stares happily*

jumpingjacktrash:

buffdaddyjohn:

shitty scribble from earlier im sorry

oh yes

oh god yes

bite him psii he’s askin for it

I have a reason for reblogging this. My reason is I ship it and I am not ashamed.

*stares happily*

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Whoa, hey there guys! Where did you come from? Sit, and let me tell you about school uniforms.

First up, let’s talk about the school system here. In Queensland, at the moment, school is grades 1-7 primary, 8-12 high, and then you go on to tertiary education or the real world. We’re changing over to a different system soon, I believe, but that’s what I went through. We also have public and private schools. Public is paid for through taxes and is generally a bit rubbish unless you’re in a really nice area, private is paid for by you and is a slightly better grade of rubbish.

I went to private schools, because my Dad is fancy like that.

So. School uniforms. At my high school, it was a butt-ugly calf length maroon skirt, a white shirt that only looked good if you were an athletic B-cup with very little waist/hip difference, a tie that denoted your senior/not senior level, and a really stupid hat. Being me, I promptly added several bullclips around the rim of my hat.

The teachers took exception, so I moved them to my tie.

Then the teachers took exception again, so I moved them back to my hat.

I was kind of a dick.

For graduation, which had a ceremony in a church and everything, I was firmly told that there was no way I was wearing the bullclips on my hat or on my tie.

I clipped them to the pocket of my skirt.

Then I went to the Pancake Manor with my tie tied around my head.

I have no shame.

OMG You are so adorable I CAN'T HANDLE IT
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