go away. you really think there's something to look at here, buster?
shoo, shoo.
g'wan.

Anonymous: "You misread it. It said 16 years, not days. But otherwise yeah, seems rather pointless... the idea of switching it on and off might seem appealing but as you said, once a day pills and that..."

Oh yep I did misread that! Still, pretty shitty that someone else could potentially control your hormones, especially reproductive ones, so easily — it’s like the setup in a cliché scifi movie…

Anonymous: "I'd guess the remote control makes it easier to manage without needing to pop to the doctor's office all the time? idk, just guessing"

but my birth control pills are one-a-day so i can stop whenever, my prescription lasts much longer than the 16-day timeframe and they’re free…? even those implants you can get (the intrauterine ones or the ones in your arm) only last for like 2-3 years, which isn’t much time to actually think about having kids — imho if you have an implant, you aren’t gonna decide you love someone enough to be sure you want to create and be responsible for tiny humans for 18+ more years in that short of a timeframe and need it to gtfo?

i’m just so confused about why someone would need this?

Things I Never Learned In High School

sweetandlovelygirl7:

w0lf-eyes:

  • How to do taxes
  • What taxes are
  • How to vote
  • What political parties are
  • How to write a resume/cover letter/anything related to getting a job
  • How to write a check/balance a check book
  • Anything to do with banking
  • How to do loans for college
  • How to…

(Source: boguskudos)