This is no place for me
I used to hold in contempt people who said that they hated people, or that could not remember what happiness felt like, or that felt out of place in this world. I thought they were just asking for attention, because I really couldn’t imagine having feelings like those. But not anymore. Recently I’ve become bogged down in a state of gloom and doom. I am loathe to say depression...
The other day I was watching a show where they talked about a transgender person who was born a man but chooses to live as a woman. She said that growing up, she felt like a stranger in her own skin. She felt uncomfortable and out of place. She felt wrong. And when she became a woman, she felt perfect and happy and light and right. This sentiment is repeated in pretty much every media on the...
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redcottonstar: You know, I’ve always hated it when people said things like are you okay? or cheer up, especially when I’m in one of my moods where I basically hate the entire world and I just want to fall off the earth’s surface. For one, it sounds terribly insincere, especially when it’s…
the bad influence the devil on your shoulder the knife in your back the rain on your parade the raincloud on a sunny day the mist through the trees the stain on your shirt the mole in your yard the bearer of bad news the rotten apple the wrong side of the bed the black sheep your worst nightmare
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I’ve got a very surreal moment actually, when I was discussing with Imelda...– Matt Lewis (via matt-smith-)
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Not just a kiss, but The Kiss. The kind of kiss that stops time and blots out...– The Kiss (x)
and so we became we: What I picture when people... →
acentric: So, the heterosexuals are on the swingset, swinging back and forth like most people do. And then there are the homosexuals swinging, like, side to side or something. The bisexuals are sort of alternating between the two, and the pansexuals are just twisting their swing up in a…
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That’s just the type of guy i am. I like to speak my mind fully and comfortably.
Today was the third time me and SY have hung out since we started going out. That was 3 weeks ago. We can only meet on Wednesdays at the library for one hour, because according to her, she always has stuff she has to do. However, when i tell her that she works too much, she says that she doesn’t at all, and that in fact she goofs up a lot of the time. Which is it, girl? :/ Anyway, we hung...
6 Types of Love
oh-rion: Eros a passionate physical and emotional love based on aesthetic enjoyment; stereotype of romantic love Ludus a love that is played as a game or sport; conquest; may have multiple partners at once Storge an affectionate love that slowly develops from friendship, based on similarity Pragma love that is driven by the head, not the heart Mania obsessive love; experience great...
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Remind me again...
Why is life worth living?
Pham, do you know Malcolm? I was just thinking that you should introduce...– Mr. P. We were both sleeping in class and that definitely woke us up XD
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I don't think I've quite gotten used to not being...
For example, I still look at other girls and stuff. It’s only been a little over a week though. If only she was a bit more of a presence in my life I think I’d get it by now. She studies so much that I don’t get to see her very much at all, and she very rarely texts first. And even if I text her, I often don’t get a response. I’m starting to see a familiar pattern...
If you take a book with you on a journey,…an odd thing happens: The book begins...– Cornelia Funke (via eadrom)
mildredpiercex asked: be happy luv x
I’ve realized what one of my main problems is: I’m too nice. I’ve fallen into that stereotype of the nice loser who lets people push him around. I go along with what people say. I do things for people and expect nothing in return. I search them out instead of letting them come to me. But no more. Although it goes against my nature, it’s no more Mr. Nice Guy. You want to talk to me? You start. You...