Getting this map for the apartment. I’ve been looking for the perfect one for like a year and I finally found it, yesssss.
Game of Thrones, drag, drugs, blonde hair, yoga, sauvignon blanc, fiction, marlboro 27s, Julia Child, iced tea, Thai food, Jennifer Lawrence's butt, frozen yogurt, literary non-fiction, female vocalists, Aubrey Plaza's face, one-minute dance parties to 90s r&b, food photography, and oxford commas.
Awesome Female Challenge » Favorite lead female character + A female character you relate toI know stealing a foot is weird. But, hello, living in a house where a foot is available to be stolen is weird.
I never had a “boys are icky and gross” phase I’ve literally been chasing dick since birth
why the fuck would a woman pretend to like videogames to fuck some fedora neckbeard i dont get this concept i dont think it’s ever happened
THE GENTLE ART OF MAKING ENEMIES — A playlist for murderous, back-stabbing treachery and various other debaucheries.
Recently, a bunch of my friends posted lists on their facebook of reasons why being in relationships/”falling in love” in your twenties is a mistake. Basically, the lists said you should be out having new experiences and meeting new people and being selfish at this time in your life and blah blah
… Where does this idea that a relationship halts all personal growth come from? And if that’s true, why would I ever want to be in one, whether I’m a twentysomething or otherwise?
If I know anything about being committed to another person, it’s that you can only ever understand your own relationship. And I know the articles are talking about people like me and Sean — we starting hooking up casually when we were 19 and started dating right after my 20th birthday. Now I’m 23 and we live together. Most of our friends are single or casually dating someone.
That being said, I don’t think it’s a stretch to advise people on this: if your relationship isn’t growing and changing as you yourselves are growing and changing, maybe you need to get a new relationship, not through out the idea of commitment altogether.
And if you feel like you aren’t ~meeting new people~ or whatever, I doubt it’s your boyfriend or girlfriend’s fault. (And if it is, dump that motherfucker already.) I get to know people with the same frequency as I did before Sean, I just don’t bang them anymore. Plus, I usually learn more about people from talking to them than fucking them, so I really don’t feel like I’m missing out.
I guess what I’m trying to say is that I’m a little puzzled at how we’re still in this weird ball-and-chain mentality at this point of modern civilization.
the difference between pizza and your opinion is that i asked for pizza
- it’s my anniversary with sean so we played hooky from work
- morning sex
- waking and baking
- catching up on game of thrones
- going shopping for a sexy outfit for our ~fancy dinner~ tonight
- more sex
Black women wake up in the morning, look in the mirror, and see Black women. White women wake up in the morning, look in the mirror, and see women. White men wake up in the morning, look in the mirror, and see human beings.