About PantsMan87

There is much more to me than being a Mum. I like, do other things. I can do cartwheels, eat pizza while watching some cheesy but awesome horror movie, stalk people on Facebook and do things just for myself. Sometimes being a Mum can be pretty consuming. Sometimes it feels like all you are is a housekeeper, nurse, taxi, chef and evil genius... Wait, what? Anyway, not for me. I'm also a person, with feelings and stuff.

An introduction to the incredibly elusive Isisam1987

You have found my blog, vengeful nemesis. The effort you’ve gone to, in order to read something that you pick apart to have a deliberate problem with, is motivating, no really. It makes me believe, I too, can achieve new lows.

If you’re reading this, misguided readers, you’ve fallen into my trap. But unlike a Bond villain, I will not divulge my masterful plan to you. Ha Ha. No sir, I am no fool. This isn’t my first trip into ‘girl world’.

Here you will find some links to hip, modern and totally cool, valid stuff to help you better your lives, hatey foes.

As a cool feminist, like Tina Fey and Zooey Deschanel, I truly disapprove of women hating on other women. It’s stupid. And when they call each other ‘sluts’ and ‘whores’ it debases both parties. So, stop it. Right now! We have never had it so good, (but thanks to all the in-fighting; we have so much more ground to cover.) We can finally vote, join the army at Infantry level and build a career instead of marrying a man to be provided for. You don’t even have to marry a man, at all! The world is our oyster, and you want to continue to stand there and degrade women who live their lives how they like, because it’s weird and different to you? That’s xenophobic, and quite frankly; sexist.

Stop tearing one another down. It’s embarrassing.

http://hellogiggles.com/can-we-all-stop-being-so-mean

Now, there was a time when I would seek out negative news stories to prove my negative pre-conceived beliefs about the world, but these days I have found happiness reading positive news stories, about good people doing wonderful things. Things that restore my faith in humanity. You can change your perspective, too, impulsive grasshopper. Wouldn’t that just be the best?

“Fun fact: If people were actually as bad as we say they are, civilization could not exist.

So while the headlines are dominated by our weekly mass shootings, the reality is that day to day, we common folk make little sacrifices for each other and let insults slide and feel bad when we act like douchebags.” Read more…http://www.cracked.com/blog/6-true-stories-that-will-restore-your-faith-in-humanity/

Here is one of my favourite vanity cards from Chuck Lorre

I also found this article really helpful, as I wander in my twenties…

“Social Studies: Life is Hard and You Will Die, Get Over It

We’re not foolish enough to think one semester of this course can de-program years of Hollywood bullshit. That’s why we make this a daily class, that continues from K through 12.

Many of you will get very depressed in your 20s, and some of you will stay that way the rest of your lives. Over the years your garage band will break up, you career dream will fall through, a girl will break your heart, you’ll be unhappy with your body, you’ll lose your parents, your favorite pet will die, you will endure at least one very terrible injury that requires hospitalization and breaks new boundaries for what kind of pain you thought was possible.


And your childhood memories will be exploited to buy vast amounts of cocaine. Deal with it.

The reason why this will lead to depression, where it may not have done so for an equivalent person 200 years ago, is because you were raised on illogical stories where things always work out for the main character for utterly arbitrary reasons. Han Solo can shoot straight, but none of the bad guys can–even though they train more. John McClane beats the terrorists because he has toughness and perseverance–something the bad guys lack, even though they should be equally desperate. If a guy and a girl are right for each other, they always wind up together, careers and geography and personal hang-ups be damned.

Here’s the problem: these fantasies were created by adults, as a means of escape from the real world. You, however, have been watching them since you were five–for most of us these were our first impressions of how the adult world works, even if on a subconscious level. You had no context to realize they were bullshit. It sounds frivolous, but that doesn’t change the fact that some of you reading this will not survive the long process of learning how different the real world is.

If it helps, try to remember that you’re still one of the one percent of humanity that was born in a time and place where there is such a thing as anesthesia.” Read more: http://www.cracked.com/article_18611_the-10-most-important-things-they-didnt-teach-you-in-school_p2.html#ixzz2lcXsOhZS

And finally, enlightened readers, I leave you with this brilliant Abraham Lincoln quote (who is an inspiring vampire hunter and leader of the modern world, free of slavery, as we’ve come to know it). I hope you’ve reconsidered your senseless hatred of me, come out of this with a new found perspective and reassessed your lives, and actions. We must always better ourselves. It’s what Mr. Rogers would want. Peace.

“We are not enemies, but friends. We must not be enemies. Though passion may have strained, it must not break our bonds of affection. The mystic chords of memory will swell when again touched, as surely they will be, by the better angels of our nature.”