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  2. "

    You are a
    hurricane of
    a girl;

    remember
    to breathe
    every once

    in a while,
    do not drown
    within your
    own storm.

    "
    — Unknown (via sassysouthernmess)

    (Source: stolenwine, via passionate-souls)

     

  3. "I was told
    The average girl begins to plan her wedding at the age of 7
    She picks the colors and the cake first
    By the age of 10 
    She knows time,
    And location
    By 17
    She’s already chosen a gown
    2 bridesmaids
    And a maid of honor
    By 23 
    She’s waiting for a man
    Who wont break out in hives when he hears the word “commitment”
    Someone who doesn’t smell like a Band-Aid drenched in lonely
    Someone who isn’t a temporary solution to the empty side of the bed
    Someone
    Who’ll hold her hand like it’s the only one they’ve ever seen
    To be honest
    I don’t know what kind of tux I’ll be wearing
    I have no clue what want my wedding will look like
    But I imagine
    The women who pins my last to hers
    Will butterfly down the aisle
    Like a 5 foot promise
    I imagine
    Her smile
    Will be so large that you’ll see it on google maps
    And know exactly where our wedding is being held
    The woman that I plan to marry
    Will have champagne in her walk
    And I will get drunk on her footsteps
    When the pastor asks
    If I take this woman to be my wife
    I will say yes before he finishes the sentence
    I’ll apologize later for being impolite
    But I will also explain him
    That our first kiss happened 6 years ago
    And I’ve been practicing my “Yes”
    For past 2, 165 days
    When people ask me about my wedding
    I never really know what to say
    But when they ask me about my future wife
    I always tell them
    Her eyes are the only Christmas lights that deserve to be seen all year long
    I say
    She thinks too much
    Misses her father
    Loves to laugh
    And she’s terrible at lying
    Because her face never figured out how to do it correctly
    I tell them
    If my alarm clock sounded like her voice
    My snooze button would collect dust
    I tell them
    If she came in a bottle
    I would drink her until my vision is blurry and my friends take away my keys
    If she was a book
    I would memorize her table of contents
    I would read her cover-to-cover
    Hoping to find typos
    Just so we can both have a few things to work on
    Because aren’t we all unfinished?
    Don’t we all need a little editing?
    Aren’t we all waiting to be proofread by someone?
    Aren’t we all praying they will tell us that we make sense
    She don’t always make sense
    But her imperfections are the things I love about her the most
    I don’t know when I will be married
    I don’t know where I will be married
    But I do know this
    Whenever I’m asked about my future wife
    I always say
    …She’s a lot like you."
    — Rudy Francisco (via mycollidingworlds)

    one of my favorite poems

    (via fromhatetolove)

     
  4. hotwhiteguy:

    accidentalslut:

    I C O N I C

    greatest clapback in cinematic history

    (Source: krooooong, via maurrrr)

     

  5. "Before I went vegetarian, I did not like broccoli and cauliflower, I had never tasted avocadoes, never thought about mixing in nuts and seeds with my food. Never really appreciated the sweetness of fruits and orange veggies.
    Before I went vegan, I had never experimented with dates and peanut butter, never realized that dark chocolate is so much tastier than milk chocolate and so much more satisfying. Never knew how ice cream and yummy cookies can be made out of a bunch of over ripe bananas, which you got for free. Never guessed how magical cashews are and how they can be turned into cheesy sauces or dips, or that almonds make the best white crumbly cheese. I had never really appreciated hummus, delicious homemade pesto and the yumminess of smoothies.
    I discovered chia and flax seeds, which are excellent egg replacers and thickeners, Who knew oats left to soak overnight could be so good?
    No, vegetarianism and veganism are not limiting. They just open you up to a whole new world. And the awesome feeling of knowing that you’re living healthily while leaving less marks on mother earth, and hurting no animals is irreplaceable."
    — You went vegan*

    But you’re right. The natural way is the most satisfying way. (via overanalisationinthoughts)

    (Source: fightingforanimals, via overanalisationinthoughts)

     
  6. (Source: dboybaker, via xqueentina)

     

  7. "I am better than I was.
    I will be better than I am."
    — (140/365) by (DS)

    (via the-fucking-mystery-machine)

     

  8. "I want us to make each other better."
    — someone you should probably hold on to (via braided-funk)

    (via sogoshdarnfearless)

     
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  10. cassbones:

    nyankee:

    aristi-cthonia:

    awfulbanter:

    Opinions are like orgasms, most girls aren’t taught that it is okay to have their own and are only expected to further men’s.

    Holy shit.

    woah there

    And most men seem to care only about their own, anyway.

    (Source: awfulhappy, via fromhatetolove)

     
  11. kkaroushi:

    cruciothatbitch:

    kenway:

    watch at least the first minute of this

    i did not want this video to end

    "Shit…okay"

    (Source: kenwaymoved, via maurrrr)

     
     

  12. jamsoftheday:

    Take me to your best friend’s house

    I loved you then and I love you now

    (via maurrrr)

     
  13. kawaiiabetes:

    interruptmag:

    By 13 years-old 53% of girls say they are unhappy with their bodies. When were we happy? Marie C. photographed and interviewed 4-8 year old girls and asked them what they liked about their bodies to find out.

    "i like my body because it’s magic"

    this will heal me

    (via kalokagathias)

     

  14. "In a community where everyone asks about what you do and no one asks about what you love, it’s easy to become discouraged and uninspired. Many of us cease to think of ourselves as “artists” as our minds and our days are consumed with the tedium of the jobs we take on to afford living in New York. So what’s the point?"
    — 

    I Am Not My Job: Why I Left New York City |  (via thatkindofwoman)

    STEPHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH ITS OUR BOOK LOOK

    (via kalokagathias)

    (via kalokagathias)