------------------------- The star of the football team h a s a b l i n d d a d who always comes to his games, even though he can't see him play. One day, the dad gets sick and dies before the night of his son's big game. The team is expecting him to slack off, mourning the death of his father. But he played the best game he EVER had, making the winning touchdown &+ many amazing plays. The couch is amazed, so he asked, "How did you play so well even after your father has passed? The boy stares right at him, and says "This is the first time he has ever seen me play." ♥ ------------------------- Not mine. I just love it
when he was 7 years old, he learned the meaning of hurt, because he knew his father left bruises around his mother's neck. by 10 years old, the sun didn't shine as bright, the grass wasn't as green. everything seeme dull. at age 13, he couldn't tell the difference between nightmares and reality, there were monsters in his head. on his 16th birthday, he counted the scars on his torso and the pills by the night stand, and thought some things through but 3 years later (age 19), he smiled that crooked simle because he could feel the sun on his skin and the blowers were finally blooming and he had made it.
Me:It was a rainy night,we had no electricity,you were lost,you went into a haunted house and there were 2 stairs,the right and the left...which one did you take? Friend:Uh...left Me:so you went upstrairs and found 4 doors,which one of them would you go in? Friend:The first one. Me:You go in and find yourself in a hallway with 2 bedrooms,a grand masteroom or an apartment size room,which one do you go in? Friend:Grand masteroom... Me:Okay,you go in and see 2 bathrooms,a white one and a bla ck one,which one do you go in? Fiend:White one. Me:A murderer has locked you in..you have to chose which way to die,jump out the window,or sit in an electricity chair. Friend:Umm,jump out the window? ME:Too bad..you just died...you could have picken the electricity chair,there is no electricity... Friend:.......
A teacher asked her students how to be polite & tell a girl he has to use the bathroom at a dinner table. The 1st boy said: Excuse me I have to pee. The 2nd boy said: May I leave to go to the bathroom? The 3rd boy said: Darling, may I please be excused for a moment? I have to shake hands with a very dear friend of mine, who I hope to introduce you to after dinner. The teacher fainted.
siriusly posted a quote
September 11, 2012 8:11pm UTC
“Never underestimate a girl’s love for her favorite band. Never think even for a minute, that she won’t defend them to her death. Because it’s not just the music that makes that band her favorite. It’s the guys, the gals. It’s the fans. People whom of which she has interacted with thanks to the band. That band might of saved her life, or just made her smile everyday. That band has never broke her heart and has yet to leave her. No wonder she finds such joy in her music.” Alex Gaskarth nmq/mf
9/11 :'( R.I.P all of those who lost their lives in the pentagon, in the twin towers, or on the plane. Thank you for being heroes to all of us <3 PENTAGON: I think that that had a daycare, so not only did many workers loose their lives at the base, but many children as well. TWIN TOWERS: Thank you to all who helped others escape during the fire. Thank you for helping hundreds of others to sacrifice yourselves. PLANE: Another one was plane hijacked by terrorists. All of those on that plane not only knew they were going to die, but called their families and helped to take over the terrorist on board. All of them died, but always will be remembered. I think another landed in an empty field. Firefighters, police officers, and even regular working men and women sacrificed themselves to save others for an occasion they did not expect. THEY are my heroes, and always will be. 3,051 children lost a parent 2,819 lives were taken 1,609 lost a husband or wife 623 police and firemen did not go home 11 years ago, this day changed the world. Thank you. <33 R.I.P
Minnie16xo posted a quote
September 11, 2012 8:48pm UTC
9/11 11 years ago, the country stood still. Sobbing screams, our nation stood together. 11 years ago, the ground was shaken. Buildings collapsed, we were left angry and weathered. 11 years ago, our saftey was stolen. We were left in silence, a country in disbelief. 11 years ago, the twin towers fell down. We held eachother up, a nation waiting for relief.
FORMAT JIMMY365 You know that feeling? When your throat feels closed off like you can't talk or speak? Where you hold back the tears and make sure nobody can see them? When you're telling everyone "I'm fine" when you're not, not one bit. You know that feeling? I know that feeling.