this is what a guys sleepover looks like
- dudes checkin out girls on the computer
- niggas playin xbox
- that one guys that taken
- and a dude who jus feels like singing
Unleash your fingers.
Love On Top (Official Video Teaser) 2011
She looks beautiful in this video. Loving this teaser.
During the beginning of the video, I thought to myself, “(Shaking my fucking head) This girl should realize that her grandmother is old. She should be helping around the house, instead of sitting on her ass, watching the T.V. all day, and relying on someone else to supply her with food.” But then I realized how hypocritical I was being. I, too, sit on my ass all day, relying on my grandmother for food. I also rely on my mother for all the bills that are being paid and my grandfather for a monthly allowance. This video made me break down into tears. Just like the grandmother in the video, I know that my grandmother would do the same for me. Even before I saw this video, I have worried about the sicknesses she may be diagnosed with in the future. Every time she leaves the house, whether it may be traveling on the MBTA buses/trains or on her bicycle, I think about how long she will be around. It is the same for my mother and grandfather. We, as humans, can predict the future, but we do not know for sure what it holds. The thought of losing my grandmother, grandfather, mother, or anyone I love, makes me cringe.
Another scene that caught my attention was when the girl told her mother and father that she was starving because she did not eat since that morning. The mother responded by saying, “Ah ma didn’t cook for you?” in this way that simply triggered my anger. I literally yelled at my monitor, “What the fuck? Isn’t your daughter old enough to cook for herself? Plus, why is cooking food your daughter the grandmother’s responsibility?”
The grandmother in this video seemed so vulnerable… My eyes have truly opened. I have not been the best granddaughter, daughter, sister, cousin, or friend, lately and to be honest, I am not completely sorry, but I will try my best to change my methods.
P.S. I give this video an A+ and the highest ranking possible. It not only made me aware of Dementia, but also how much certain people mean to me and what respect truly is.
I was searching for my old posts from the time before I deactivated my Tumblr, and came across this. I wrote the above post approximately two years ago, and my view has not changed. This video still generates tears, and is a reminder of how important my family is to me; I love them.