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melkior:

send hELP

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orgasmic-humor:

This is so accurate it hurts

orgasmic-humor:

This is so accurate it hurts

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believingdreaminghoping:

So delicate Flowergirls by Lim Zhi Wei / Love Limzy, Malaysian artist.

I love this

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Pascalle
our ends are beginnings

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westbor0baptistchurch:

I want to remind everyone that this s my greatest halloween costume ever

westbor0baptistchurch:

I want to remind everyone that this s my greatest halloween costume ever

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"The best project you’ll ever work on is you."

-Sonny Franco  (via perfect)

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"If you show me you don’t give a fuck, I’ll show you that I’m better at it"

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I love this post so much tho (via wildflowernat)

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sewbergamzee:

tuucker:

when youre walking past a dead body in a horror game and it suddenly comes back to life

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Oh my god you can almost hear the pug’s screams. 

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yesdarlingido:

On Friday night, our friends told us we set the standard for how a relationship should be. And that’s wonderful to hear from the people who know us well—the ones who see our lives and our love up close. It was such a loving and encouraging thing for them to say, but Charles brought it up to me this morning over breakfast and we talked about it—how much we love our relationship, but that it feels unfair to accept such a heavy compliment, because if we do, it suggests that we are something that should be imitated.
We’ve been a part of each other’s lives for three years now and we have been slowly, consistently, willingly, molding to each other. Our love has been a process of learning and choosing selflessness. Our relationship works because we aren’t comparing ourselves to other couples. We know what makes us happy, we know what healthy love looks like and even though we do not always look like it, we are patiently building it together. We’re no standard to imitate—we are just two simple people who want to stick together. And really, if two people are willing to love and grow alongside each other, they will learn the same thing that I have learned: that happiness isn’t what you see in this photo, and if it were, it would be too feeble a thing to desire. Instead, happiness is the growing collection of past moments that are ushering us into the present. 
The “standard” we have accidentally set shouldn’t be a standard at all because we never meant to be replicated. Instead, let yourself grow, let people in and let them really know you, share thousands of moments with someone whose presence breathes life into your soul, and in a few years when you see a candid picture of yourself leaning over to kiss them, realize that you aren’t the standard, but you’re happy, and that was all you ever hoped to be, anyway.

yesdarlingido:

On Friday night, our friends told us we set the standard for how a relationship should be. And that’s wonderful to hear from the people who know us well—the ones who see our lives and our love up close. It was such a loving and encouraging thing for them to say, but Charles brought it up to me this morning over breakfast and we talked about it—how much we love our relationship, but that it feels unfair to accept such a heavy compliment, because if we do, it suggests that we are something that should be imitated.

We’ve been a part of each other’s lives for three years now and we have been slowly, consistently, willingly, molding to each other. Our love has been a process of learning and choosing selflessness. Our relationship works because we aren’t comparing ourselves to other couples. We know what makes us happy, we know what healthy love looks like and even though we do not always look like it, we are patiently building it together. We’re no standard to imitate—we are just two simple people who want to stick together. And really, if two people are willing to love and grow alongside each other, they will learn the same thing that I have learned: that happiness isn’t what you see in this photo, and if it were, it would be too feeble a thing to desire. Instead, happiness is the growing collection of past moments that are ushering us into the present. 

The “standard” we have accidentally set shouldn’t be a standard at all because we never meant to be replicated. Instead, let yourself grow, let people in and let them really know you, share thousands of moments with someone whose presence breathes life into your soul, and in a few years when you see a candid picture of yourself leaning over to kiss them, realize that you aren’t the standard, but you’re happy, and that was all you ever hoped to be, anyway.

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tomatotaster:

That’s it. That’s literally all you need to know about band.

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