*recieves pay check in ice cream sandwiches*


listening to the weeknd at school is so dangerous bc you feel like jumping up on the table and stripping while doing coke in the middle of spanish class and thats v bad


*starts a fire with static electricity*


me: wow that was really weird tv show not sure if i like it
me: better go watch the next 6 seasons lol

It really bugs me when people always say that everyone should accept their body as it is and and it’s okay to be curvy and thigh gaps are bad and being as skinny as a model is stupid. I always hear these things from curvy people and yes it is great to be curvy and bigger and love your body and not be pressured into wanting to be too thin for your body type by society but I don’t think that the people who say these things realize that there are thin people out there who have naturally thin bodies and thigh gaps and high metabolisms and cannot gain weight. They can feel better about their bodies and get their point across in other ways. They do not have to make themselves feel better about their bodies by putting down thinner girls.


I think a lot about personalities and how they’re basically a persons outlook on life; the little quirky things they say, the facial expressions they make, how they react to things and how they treat others


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My edit xx

theres honestly nothing better than finding new artists and albums and songs and hearing a song for the first time and knowing it’s good and slowly liking it more and more and then getting obsessed with it and then listening to it on repeat over and over and hearing a good lyric and feeling like you’re getting stabbed in the heart when you hear it and just blasting it really loud through your entire house and singing really off key to it and driving around listening to it with the windows down and laying in the darkness at 3 a.m just listening to the sounds wash over you and


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not my picture