I've always wondered why people thought butts were attractive. One time when I was younger I heard someone say "Oh she has a nice butt, I could sink my teeth in that" and all I could think was "Gross poop comes out of that, why would you want to bite it?" I still to this day do not understand why someone would want to bite a butt.
“every time you
tell your daughter
you yell at her
out of love
you teach her to confuse
anger with kindness
which seems like a good idea
till she grows up to
trust men who hurt her
cause they look so much
like you.”—to fathers with daughters - rupi kaur (via rupikaur)
I'm hoping to be an exotic vet. I'm taking a vet tech assistant class in high school right now and I'm working with a lot of reptiles. Is it really worth all the time and effort? I think it seems like it right now but I wanna know if you thought it was worth it?
The only person that can tell you if it is worth all of the time and effort is you. Personally I love my job and enjoy it almost every single day. I get to do and see some really cool things and am constantly learning which is important to me.
It is a very hard and long journey though so you need to be ready for it. While your friends are enjoying their jobs and starting families you will be in school still. Until you are around 26 years old you will be in school studying most of the time and you will be broke. Even after school is over, you will be broke. I will most likely not pay my student loans off until I am well into my 60’s and I will never be considered rich. As a vet you will work long hours and be under appreciated by most of your clients. Sometimes I want to bang my head against a wall or go hide in a dark hole and cry. But at the end of it, I cannot imagine anything else I would rather do. There are other things I could have done that would make much more money with less hours but I wouldn’t be happy. So yes, I think it was worth it.
“People who hate to lose are not going to go through with a running career because you have to lose and lose and lose to get to a point where you can win, to get to a place where you’ll lose again.”—Tom Derderian talking about runners like Eric trying to make the Olympic marathon trials. (via npr8)