Beautifully Lying

Hey guys,

I’ll be away for the next couple of days. I’m going camping and won’t have any reception. I’m not setting up a queue because it’s 20 to 12 now and I couldn’t be bothered (it’s only a couple of days, anyway), and I’m leaving at 9am tomorrow so I won’t have time to do it in the morning.

I hope you all have a lovely Easter and I’ll be back around on Monday :)

Stay safe! x

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aphroditeens:

I write sins not five page research papers

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spermbanker:

date me to disappoint your parents

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"I learned that people can easily forget that others are human."
—"Prisoner" from the Stanford Prison Experiment (1971)

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"Do people literally think they will only find one person in their life? and if that one person leaves they will never find love again? come on everyone there is so many people in the world stop trying to find them and let the future people of your life find you."
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souljagirl617:

I don’t go thru ppls pictures on their phone cause I wasn’t raised in the jungle

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suspend:

i think puberty works only for guys 

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sarcasticpistachios:

dunwall:

ok but imagine this

  • dragons

It took me a second

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crystallized-teardrops:

my little sister got her first dick pic today and she basically cried because the dick was so ugly 

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"I love people who make me laugh. I honestly think it’s the thing I like most, to laugh. It cures a multitude of ills. It’s probably the most important thing in a person."
— Audrey Hepburn (via realizes)

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urbancatfitters:

the internet really brings out the stupid in people

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So there’s this tv series that’s called A Place to Call Home, it’s set in the 1950’s and I absolutely love it. Basically it’s about a woman who moves to this little town and what goes on from then. But it focusses on everyone’s story a bit. I watched the first season religiously and the second is starting in a couple of weeks, so there have been first season repeats on tv.

One of the characters is the son of a wealthy man, who recently married to hide his secret - that he is gay and had a thing with the brother of the woman he ended up marrying. Because a segment of that plot arc was on today’s repeat episode, my sister decided to talk about it.

"I couldn’t stand it if I found out my husband loved my brother. Or even you," she said to me. "I’d probably kill him," she added (it was a kind of joke). Basically, she couldn’t understand why the man’s wife stayed, even after she found out about him and her brother. In the show, it is because she’s pregnant. She doesn’t want to raise their baby without a father. And, from memory, a part of it was probably that she didn’t want the huge scandal a thing like that would cause if people found out about it. But mainly it was because she was pregnant. Even though she loved him, she probably would have left if she wasn’t.

I didn’t say anything about my own feelings on the topic. But I knew what I would do. Which would be stay. Because if I loved someone, I couldn’t let them go as easily as that. I would stay, and try to convince myself they loved me back, and ignore all the niggling thoughts in my mind that pointed out otherwise. Because I’ve been there. I didn’t marry him (obviously), but even after I found out he was in a relationship with another guy, I couldn’t help but sort of hope he would still turn around and realise he wanted me, one day. I get that social norms and all that sort have stuff have changed these days, and being gay isn’t the shameful, scandalous thing it once was. But wanting someone hasn’t changed. And no matter what you feel about that particular aspect of them - especially if you believed it was curable, as they did back then - surely you would have felt as though, if you loved them enough, they could change and love you back.

I don’t know. Sometimes I wonder if my sister has ever loved anyone. Some of the comments she says makes me think that she hasn’t. And I know “love” is a strong word, but I haven’t got a better substitute for “liking someone so much you’d do anything for them to accept you and want you even half as much as you wanted them.” I know that’s a pretty poor definition of “love”. But, like I said, I haven’t got anything better, so I’m using it. Either way, she mustn’t know what it’s like, or she’d have a better understanding of it. I don’t understand how she hasn’t, though. I mean, of course, I don’t want her heart broken. I don’t want her to feel the same way I did (although I guess, when you add having your heart ripped out of your chest with depression, the effect is compounded a bit). But I don’t quite understand how she’s escaped it. Because I know that by her age, I definitely had. I’d just turned 16 when that guy decided he no longer wanted anything to do with me, which, considering what we’d been through for the last year, hurt a lot. It took me months to recover. She’s 17 now.

I just don’t know. There’s just so much my sister doesn’t understand. And she won’t acknowledge that she doesn’t understand it, either. Which means she can’t learn. Her ignorance irritates me a lot sometimes.

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heartholds:

i want to sleep next to you. i want to sleep next to you and i want to wake up in the middle of the night and roll over and kiss you and know that you aren’t going anywhere. 

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"Having a low opinion of yourself is not modesty. It’s self-destruction."
—Bobby Sommer (via jakobhybholt)

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