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whoredinarygirl:

if I ugly snapchat you I trust you

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illkim:

me when a fight breaks out at school

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beaky-peartree:

being genderfluid and pansexual means that no matter who i date, it is both a gay and a straight relationship. schrodinger’s gay.

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furr:

catholicnun:

Someone please sum up what I need to know for chemistry and algebra 2 and French 1 and world history

h2o, a2 + b2 = c2, oui oui baguette eiffel tower, obama 

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nyaa:

"omg you’re just blogging for attention"

and you’re blogging??? for gold? Women? Immortality?

Writers. You know, we fall in love for six months and then leave just to chase another pretty muse. But then, two years and four relationships later, we’re publishing our next chapbook of things we’ve left unsaid to the woman we walked away from.

And the cycle repeats itself. Because as writers, few things rarely get left unsaid. And the second we run out of things to say, we have to search for something that makes our soul speak again.

Writers, we love until we don’t, write until we can’t, speak until we won’t, but we never stop searching. We never stop searching for something more. We never stop searching for words left unsaid.

I can no longer hear the phrase “let’s get down to business” without wanting to defeat the Huns.
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madlori:

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I encounter this phenomenon at least once a week.

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lanadelreycist:

those posts you find really funny but made by ppl you hate

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sanity-schmanity:

raggedymans:

people have been sending in complaints to the BBC about jenny and vastra’s kiss

and people say homophobia no longer exists

THEY ARE MARRIED
WHAT DID YOU THINK LESBIANS DO, A HIGH FIVE?