It’s a sensitive time in the Tumblr timeline. It’s when people are sleeping, no matter where you live: it’s midnight now for me on the west coast, 3am for the east coast, way-too-fucking-early-to-be-awake for europe, i’m-awake-but-i-wish-i-weren’t-so-i’m-just-going-to-go-back-to-sleep for western asia/africa and it’s-a-logical-time-for-me-to-be-awake-but-fuck-it-i’m-going-to-take-a-nap-anyway for everyone else.
What does this translate to? Well, it means that everyone who is still awake can do whatever the fuck they want and they won’t get judged. Seriously, our blogging just ends up being the most ridiculous reblogs and posts about stuff that make no sense, and we’re not worried about people unfollowing us or whatever, because everyone knows the cardinal rule:
No regrets, just love.
Does it even matter that our cardinal rule comes from a Katy Perry song? NO. BECAUSE TUMBLR AFTER DARK, Y’ALL. NO JUDGING.
QUALITY BLOGGING ‘12
On November 16, 2004, shortly after 9pm I decided that one day I would be a doctor. Eight years, 177 episodes, weeks of scheduling my life around Tuesday and Monday nights, and countless boxes of tissues later, the show that was possibly one of the biggest influences of my life is over. It is largely because of House that I’m majoring in Biology and planning to go to medical school. Thank you, House, for teaching me everything.