You are the most rude, arrogant, spiteful, bitchy, nasty, unfair, pig headed human being I have ever had the delight of coming across, fucking prick 😡😡😡😡😡


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They say a picture’s worth a thousand words. I say it’s worth a thousand memories. I can remember my prom night and how uncomfortable it was to pose for the awkward picture because my back hurt. I can remember how we couldn’t stop giggling one Easter because the girls in my family all wore zebra-print without planning on it.

Then there’s the pictures with you. Not worth a thousand words, or a thousand memories, but a thousand knots in my stomach. Looking at a picture of you with your striped shirt on, I can feel the fabric beneath my fingertips. How the cotton comfortably hugged the contours of your body; the parts that had a fuzzy texture because of how worn the shirt had gotten. I can smell the denim on your jeans as the pictures from that summer remind me how I would lay my head on your lap. I can hear the sound your boots made on tiled floors, thanks to that photo of us in my grandparent’s kitchen. I can taste the sweat on your neck, staring at the picture of us on the beach.

You see, I do more than just look at these pictures. I experience them, vividly. It’s as if I’m a phantom, haunting my own past, re-living every detail of you without being physically present. I wonder if the images of our smiling faces staring back at you, grins unaware of our impending demise, plagues you to the point where you can inexplicably feel my presence. I hope if and when that happens, you smile in relief and nostalgia, knowing that your soul is so deeply intermingled with another, that they can somehow communicate, despite that we haven’t heard each other’s voices in four months.

A picture may be worth a thousand words, but ours are worth a thousand ways that a love, expected to be dead, lives on through the silence.

—The Pictures Don’t Change, Even if You Did (via transcendentalbrilliance)


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Are you scared? Or are you not ready? There is a difference. —Unique Quietness (via uniquequietness)


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beben-eleben:

20 Awesome Acts Of Celebrity Kindness

I am actually crying wtf is wrong with me

The last one is what got me


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imforeverjustyours:

Summer Life


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CORGI HUSKY MIXED. THEY STAY THAT LITTLE IM DYINGGGG


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and yet 2007 still happened

Just shows you that you can get back to a better place even after reaching a low point

this is actually really inspiring.

Queen. Absolute queen


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After designers refused to dress her for the Oscars, Melissa McCarthy launched her own clothing company

"When I go shopping, most of the time I’m disappointed," McCarthy said in the July issue of the magazine. "Two Oscars ago, I couldn’t find anybody to do a dress for me. I asked five or six designers — very high-level ones who make lots of dresses for people — and they all said no."

Instead, McCarthy walked the 2012 red carpet in a dress by Marina Rinaldi, a designer available at high-end deparment stores. While she looked great in the frock, the fact that designeers were unwilling or (even more implausable) unable to design a dress for the A-list star says a lot about the stigma still attached to plus-sized fashion.


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