1. i have to wonder

    am i gaining what i think im gaining, by trying to go it alone?

     
  2. 07:44

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    Reblogged from musicformen

    What horrifies me most is the idea of being useless: well-educated, brilliantly promising, and fading out into an indifferent middle age.
    — Plath, Sylvia. The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath. (via wordsnquotes)
     
  3. 23:26 29th Aug 2014

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    Reblogged from bedabug

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  4. 20:02 28th Aug 2014

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    Reblogged from motomania

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    motomania:

Brothers in Arms (via bringatrailer.com)

    motomania:

    Brothers in Arms (via bringatrailer.com)

     
  5. 19:12 25th Aug 2014

    Notes: 3

    Please take me home

    I really hate being in Virginia.

     
  6. 22:56 20th Aug 2014

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    Reblogged from your-man-of-steel

    your-man-of-steel:

Wow, this is ingeniously hilarious…   
Credits

    your-man-of-steel:

    Wow, this is ingeniously hilarious…   

    Credits

     
  7. 22:44

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    Reblogged from sizvideos

     
  8. 04:19 17th Aug 2014

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    if young love is just a game, i must have missed the kickoff

     
  9. 11:27 16th Aug 2014

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    Reblogged from musicformen

    If you actually cared about men’s issues, you wouldn’t tack them on as an afterthought to a woman’s conversation: You’d instead be actively engaging in dialogues that explore the nuances of men’s problems in society. You wouldn’t simply wait until a woman is speaking and then shout “Yeah, men too!” You’d talk about these things independently and give men the attention that they deserve as individuals, instead of waiting for a woman to do the work, shouldering her aside and then insisting that men be given a spot on the stage too.

    If you actually cared about women’s issues, you wouldn’t demand that they give up their space. You’d recognize that conversations by women and about women are perfectly valid. When a woman is talking about her personal experiences and the way social pressures have affected her life, you wouldn’t allow her to be interrupted or derailed. You wouldn’t actively talk over her or steal away attention, focusing on issues that are outside of her point, until the conversation drifts so far away that you aren’t even discussing women anymore.

    So both now and in the future, my answer here is going to remain the same: Can we talk about everyone?

    No.

    We’re still talking about women right now.

    — 

    the-exercist in response to never ending “what about the men?” question

    I just needed to give a special shout out to how great & useful these words were

    (via newwavefeminism)

     
  10. 21:09 14th Aug 2014

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    Reblogged from sesamestreet

    sesamestreet:

This is why you can’t play frisbee with Cookie Monster. 

    sesamestreet:

    This is why you can’t play frisbee with Cookie Monster.