I'm just an American teenager survivng off books and the internet
paramore - all time low - sleeping with sirens - we the kings - 5 seconds of summer -
- the downtown fiction - my chemical romance - arvil lavinge - panic! at the disco -
- my darkest days - one direction - imagine dragons - adam lambert -
- blink-182 - fall out boy - hey monday -
- the friday night boys - forever ends here - mayday parade -
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September 13, 2014 10:47am UTC
last night at around 3 am I went into my 14 year old sister's room and yelled "WHAT TEAM?!" and she woke up, yelled "WILDCATS" and went back to sleep
i don't like how cancer is made into something it shouldn't be. Desireable. TV shows and movies are now making cancer and other terminal illnesses just a way to complete your 'bucket list.' i get it, many people are fighting cancer and deserve to be reckonigized. but i'm sick of seeing things that make you think that cancer is some sort of blessing, where you find your true love, complete your goals, i mean, that's great and all, but people aren't realizing how cancer really is. all they see is the media making it desireable to the public.
me: *sitting in my room watching mean girls* brother: *opens door* hey mom said- IS THAT MEAN GIRLS?! me: uh yeah it is brother: *jumps on my bed* brother: *looks at me* brother: *pushes me off bed* brother: .... me: ....what the hel- brother: you can't sit with us *cuddles pillow*
School: you're not smart enough Family: you spend too much time in your room Friends: you're so depressing to be around Classmates: you're weird..I don't want to be seen looking at you.. Me: ... Me: *gets on internet* Internet Friends: *makes life better* ♥ and this is why I love you guys
LOVE isn't about finding someone to date. LOVE isn't about finding somebody to keep you grounded. LOVE is not caring what a person looks like, what their voice sounds like, or if they' smoke or drink a lot. LOVE is having true feelings.
Me: oh i have to do homework now Me: gosh math is hard I'll google this Me: *gets computer* Me: *opens google* Me: ....math can wait Me: *opens witty* Me: *spends next 12 hours on witty* Me: oh i should really do my homework Me: *spends 12 more hours on witty*
Today I spoke to a young girl, who was only 13.I saw cuts dotting her arms. I asked her what was wrong. She told me there was a group of girls who had gone about and told everyone her clothing size, which wasn't exactly a size zero. She said her classmates made fun of her for weeks. Is this what society has come to?
There was a boy I met in sixth grade. He liked me, I liked him. We didn't date, he and I both knew we were too young. We were basically "flirty" throughout the year. That summer, he moved to my neighborhood. I was so happy. The day before seventh grade began, he asked me to go to the movies with him after school the next day. I said yes. He asked me to be his offical "girlfriend" a few weeks later. When summer rolled around, we took a trip to the water park together. He held my hand when I was afraid to go down the biggest slide. After that, he told me he was going to the bathroom. He was there for almost half an hour. When he came back, I asked him what had taken so long. "There was line," He had said. In eigth grade, my best friend came up to me and told me that my boyfriend kissed her. I didn't believe her. We got into a huge fight, we didn't speak for weeks. After that, she told me again he had kissed her. We fought yet again. This time, we didn't make up. He and I started to grow apart in high school. One day, I saw him in the bathroom with another girl, doing things I don't care to repeat. We broke up, I was devasted. Ladies and Gentlemen, meet my first boyfriend, Justin. There's a point to all this. And here it is: Sometimes things are too good to be true.
Dear future self, I'm having somme problems right now. I'm not sure if they'll get better. I know I don't want this to contiue. There's really nothing I can do about it. I'm not sure if I can keep doing this. But I know this. I'm not going to give up. And neither should you. Forever and Always, me.
When I was talking to my sister's friends, they're 9, they said that there was a boy in their class who had a crush on a boy. This one little girl named Brooke said, "That's okay." Another, named Karin, responded. "He said he was gonna marry him!" The last one, Melissa, said, "He can't marry him. Getting married cost a lot of money and they're only nine!" The only problem they could see is that there wasn't enough money.
I was in New York City and I passed a man talking on the phone. he was screaming at whoever he was talking to, telling them how angry he was. As I walked by, he hung up and told me: "Never trust your friend to watch over your injured kangaroo."
there's a million reasons why I love you. There's not enough time in the universe to name them all. But I think the best part is I don't have to give a million reasons why I love you becuase you already know, becuase I said it twice. I'll say it again, just for you. I love you. And you now know it. You've read it 3 times now. This is for you. Yes, you, sitting behind the screen reading this. I love you.