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life is seriously fucked up and stranger than fiction where more often than not,sunshine daisies are just a figment of your imagination and monsters are more than real. just ask Holden Caulfield. or me.



so yeah. get a glimpse of how this pink brain of mine works as i force my self to produce intelligent words that may either sound pretentious, deep or downright ridiculous.


so if you really are interested in the life of a little girl who's caught up in her own world (which consists of fictional characters from books, movies and poetry) then yeah, scroll down and taint your coconut and lose yourself to dance with the tune i invented.

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like how crazy is it to see your newly bought shirt being worn one day by your sister and its very annoying because u havent even worn it yet she struts out like its none of your business that shes wearit it and when u confronted her about it she just shrugs off and tells you seriously that its hers and u say with sarcasm * hell yeah its yours* with matching rolling eyes and then you launch a bunch of detailed version of how you bought it and while in the middle of your tirade you both become silent because it dawns on both of you that you both are telling the truth and thats when you realize that yes, u bought the same shirts and the only difference is the time when u bought them from the stord. sigh.

Imagine every time there was a season finale of a TV series, every bar in town was showing it, everyone was talking about it, your boss let you go home earlier to watch it and whilst seeing it people would lie in each other’s arms sobbing about the feels. Now explain to me why that’s immature and unrealistic, but it’s totally normal for football?

watson-jawn-watson:

YOU DID THE THING

FINALLY SOMEONE DID THE THING

THANK YOU FOR DOING THE THING

while reading this i thought of eat pray love.

(Source: bittersuites, via piercingwallflowers)

fake-mermaid:

intensional:

i left the house today to hang out with my friends and 3 of my family members just texted me saying “wow you left the house :o”

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jaclcfrost:

18-19 are good ages because even though you’re technically an adult you’re also technically still a teenager too. you can still blend in and be like. greetings, fellow teens. what’s up. what’s shaking. what’s the word

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slimgoodymakeba:

numba-one-flaya:

why is the bad girl in high school movies always the popular preppy cheerleader why cant we have a movie where the villain is the nerdy girl who thinks shes superior to everyone else because she watches doctor who and drinks tea and is “not like other girls”

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