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When we grew up, our mother's kiss no longer heals the pain of a wound. You no longer have puffy cheeks to your grandparents, you stop being the darling of the mother and is no longer spoiled. Their friendships change. You realize that appearances can be deceiving and that really will always be someone wanting to see you badly. You change songs in your playlist, starts to prefer books to movies. It changes the way you see the world, your favorite food and drink. Changes your favorite place, the cutting of hair and how to dress. You change your tastes. You change expectations for herself. And discovers that things change, but that does not always mean that they improve.
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naative:

Religious people came to my friends door and gave her this pamphlet but they got the texts wrong so apparently jesus has no time for you


moriartyisaprincess:

barackobama:

feathersmcstrange:

polished-trophy-pretty-whore:

stuckwithharrypottertilltheend:

sneadly:

WHY ARE BOOKS NOT WATERPROOF 

I WANT TO READ IN THE SHOWER 

AND TO PROTECT MY BOOKS FROM MY TEARS

IT’S 2012 WHY ARE BOOKS NOT WATERPROOF.

IT’S 2013 WHY ARE BOOKS NOT WATERPROOF OBAMA FIX THIS.

I’m working on it

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defendth3faith:

have you ever been sexually attracted to a voice


Life is the beginning of death. Life is for the sake of death. Death is at once the end and the beginning—at once separation and closer union of the self. Through death the reduction is complete

— Novalis (via kankalamalini)


prozd:

cherrizard:

when someone tells you about how much they love a character that dies later on

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yeah…..they’re…..great…….


When my parents tell me to look for what I lost and I tell them I still can’t find it

sakurasunshine:

Parents:

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Me:

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