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  2. gayisthenewokay:

    amy making gay puns you go girl

    (Source: badassraziel, via lesboflow)

     
  3. these-lumping-lumps:

    Somebody posted these all around school, and now I know what it feels like to be proud of ones school.

    (via indefenseofkara)

     
  4. (Source: iraffiruse, via lesboflow)

     
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  6. andrewgibby:

    How to handle a cancelled flight…

     
     

  7. "Being a teenage girl is not all about your fucked-up relationship with food or losing your virginity to the wrong boy. The strange and romantic world of female friendships, falling in love with science or art or music, the slow discovery of the things you’ll be passionate about for your whole life—these are the stories that are woefully absent from those shelves. I remember the first time I heard the Pixies, and Hüsker Dü, and Team Dresch, and the world split open and revealed itself to me. The first rock shows I ever went to—I think I still have the ticket stubs somewhere, that’s how momentous those occasions were. Or the first time I saw a Hal Hartley movie (Amateur, it was playing at MOMA, a glorious 35mm print) and I felt like suddenly I understood what a movie was, and what a movie could do. I spent my adolescence making things, zines and t-shirts and mix tapes and paintings, I was constantly covered in glitter and glue, always writing in my journal or sending someone a letter. And the terrible understanding that eventually I was going to be in charge of the whole operation—nutrition, bank accounts, my temper, my clothes. All of that is still imprinted on me somewhere—some of it is still happening—and it’s as important as any of the heartbreak and self-loathing and insecurity considered so typical of those years. And it would be nice if literature could recognize that the first two-thirds of my life were as valid an experience as, say, Holden Caulfield’s."
    — Chérie l’Ecrivain (Cristina Moracho), from “on Teenage Blood Running in Our Veins” (x)

    (Source: rustbeltjessie, via ganbattemotherfucker)

     

  8. "To be fully alive, fully human, and completely awake is to be continually thrown out of the nest. To live fully is to be always in no-man’s-land, to experience each moment as completely new and fresh. To live is to be willing to die over and over again."
    —  Pema Chödrön, When Things Fall Apart: Heart Advice for Difficult Times (via purplebuddhaproject)
     

  9. Realtalk

    I really wish we could call a spade a spade and let go of “pumpkin spice” as a cultural institution and embrace an abiding love of gratuitous nutmeg and cloves. Cinnamon, you are apparently perennially appropriate.

    Also: it’s sad that clove cigarettes were banned because “pumpkin spice” cloves would have delighted 19 year old me. Delighted. They’d probably make 24 year old me puke. And sigh.

    TL;dr don’t do drugs, stay in school, it’s nutmeg you can buy it in the supermarket it’ll be okay.

     
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  12. boygeorgemichaelbluth:

    wordsaretimeless:

    dtraveljournal:

    Take a ticket stub or plane ticket or whatever to kinkos, have them blow it up, print it on that fabric transfer stuff and make this pillow.

    Great for sentimental trips

    kinda sweet

    (Source: ashalaallen, via dhampir72)

     

  13. "And now that you don’t have to be perfect, you can be good."
    — John Steinbeck, East of Eden (via purplebuddhaproject)
     
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  15. When they made this particular hero, they didn’t give him a gun. They gave him a screwdriver to fix things. They didn’t give him a tank or a warship or an x-wing fighter—they gave him a box from which you can call for help. And they didn’t give him a superpower or pointy ears or a heat-ray—they gave him an extra HEART. They gave him two hearts! And that’s an extraordinary thing. There will never come a time when we don’t need a hero like the Doctor.”
    Steven Moffat

    (Source: dadskills, via indefenseofkara)