Now Playing Tracks

heartlessmuffineater:

nothing-comes-easily:

ghdos:

geeknkinks:

myutsuu:

dp-shrine-in-closet-girl:

emerald-protector:

peachy-gg:

peachy-gg:

Spread this. Share this. Do this. Yes.

Reblogging because…..yes. Do this.

Not what I usually reblog but holy chaos that’s smart

My parents made sure me and my sister had a passwords for this exact reason. I even still remember the password… 

there’s also something you can create called an ‘emergency phrase.’ something that seems completely innocent but it means ‘help me, I am somewhere unsafe and can’t talk.’

Common phrases can be like ‘so how is uncle [name that no one in your family has]’ or ‘did you remember to feed the [pet you don’t have]?’

My family has an emergency phrase using our old dog’s name.

Storing this in the memory bank for when I have kids.

We did this as kids. I definitely still remember the password. To sign us out in elementary school you usually had to tell the password to the office workers before they would even call us down. So freaking smart!

My family did this when I was little. I have very clear memories of starting preschool, and I had to know the password (and other important things) before I could start going.

I remember creating fandom-based “emergency phrases” in college with friends…

Fortunately, I’ve never needed either.

We make Tumblr themes