Chris* posted a quote
September 18, 2013 12:25pm UTC
I once knew a boy who fell in love with a girl. Who smiled at the thought of her name. I once knew a girl who fell in love with a boy. Who felt the very same. But it became a struggle, and the timing was wrong, And love decided that they didn't belong. (LR) .
mtndewhm* posted a quote
September 17, 2013 8:24pm UTC
The five sides of Tumblr: Side one: Pictures of Starbucks and girls who have dip-dyed hair. Side two: People crying over fictional gay couples. Side three: Genuinely fûcked up people looking for support and a place they don't have to hide. Side four: Põrn. Side five: BANDSBANDSBANDSBANDS
It was in 5th grade when I was over my best friend Emily's house. "I like your brother" I whispered to her. She gasped. "Oh my god. Ew. How?" She asks. I just shrug. The next thing I know, she runs downstairs where her brother is. Oh, great. I thought I could trust her! Her brother, Jason, looks at me. "You like me?" He asks. I stay silent but he smiles. "I like you too. So....You're my girlfriend." He says smiling and I smile back. That was the last time I spoke to him. It was in 9th grade when I met him again. He was popular. He had everything a girl could want. A girl did have him. Her name was Kayla. Who I despised very much so.I guess being his 'girlfriend' is long gone. I guess he forgot....Then one day in math class, he came up from behind me and said. "Hey babe. Remember me? Your boyfriend?" He says. "Y-Yeah. I thought you were dating Kayla." I say and turn around to face him. "Kayla and I broke up. Besides, you had dibs on me first." <3
br0kenwings posted a quote
September 18, 2013 1:39am UTC
I found this on tumblr: A solider posted this as his status this morning: Some people are asking me what I think about Syria, so here it is. I'm tired. I'm tired of people watching their children grow up via Facebook and Skype. I'm tired of hearing aman tell his wife 'I love you' followed by 'I missyou' for an entire year. I'm tired of watching the military divorce rate shoot sky-high. I'm tired of overhearing some teenager tell his mom 'I'm going over there." and hearing her cry from 20 feet away. I'm tired of Veterans waiting years to get the help they deserve and need. I'm tired of empty seats at Christmas dinner every other year and anniversary presents in the mail flying overseas. I'm tired of new men and women walking around with invisible wounds that don't heal. Our flag is a beautiful thing - but I'm tired of seeing it draped over a casket. I'm tired of men and women missing pieces of their bodies, minds and souls.
I have so much respect for people who make dictionaries. Someone’s job was to literally describe every word in the English language and put it in a book, like, if I had to do that it’d be so sarcastic and rude like “sky: that blue f/cking thing over your head dumba/ss”
Hurry up! What do you think I'm paying you for? You don't pay me. We don't even exist. We're just a clever visual metaphor used to personify the abstract concept of thought. One more crack like that and you're out of here! No, please! I have three kids!
spence* posted a quote
September 12, 2013 3:01pm UTC
If he still sees the beauty in you and still falls more in love with you after seeing your weird facial expressions, your unusual laugh, your constant complaining, your ugly days, your pig out days, they way you toss and turn in your sleep, your stupid jokes, the way you ask questions about things you should already know the answer to but he answers them anyways, your obsession with strange things, your random sounds, and your immaturity. then you already know this is the boy.
*Elena;~ ♥* posted a quote
September 12, 2013 8:01pm UTC
I heard a dog bark today so I barked back and it barked the exact same way and we went back and forth until my friend told me that it was just my voice echoing and I had been barking to myself for 5 minutes straight