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Aym just like fashion: no rules, no apology. We're all like plants in soil, drawing sunshine, and no telling who or what is going to pick you.


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actuallygrimes:

i dig this eyeliner and song

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sexetc:

Don’t forget to be who you are! When you be yourself you can do anything!

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*Dumps water on @kirkhurthawklua * jk haha #naveenandrews #lost

*Dumps water on @kirkhurthawklua * jk haha #naveenandrews #lost

What do you think? #eudaemonicsystems #examples: #amazon #oftenboughttogether #recommendedforyou

What do you think? #eudaemonicsystems #examples: #amazon #oftenboughttogether #recommendedforyou

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tatehorror:

When you’re at a friend’s house and they have a dog

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Cluster FXCKS 🐢

#yesScotland 
With luv from California xo

#yesScotland
With luv from California xo

gurrrl…

gurrrl…

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Gonna take a test, and My brain and me walking to the classroom like __.

Gonna take a test, and My brain and me walking to the classroom like __.

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ellehads:

My life in a picture

For you. I know you out there. x 

ellehads:

My life in a picture

For you. I know you out there. x 

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maudnewton:

First two sentences of Rebecca Solnit’s latest*: “The story of Cassandra, the woman who told the truth but was not believed, is not nearly as embedded in our culture as that of the Boy Who Cried Wolf—that is, the boy who was believed the first few times he told the same lie. Perhaps it should be.”
* From the October Harpers, in my mailbox today but not yet on newsstands.

MMMMMMmmmm hmmmmm ^^^^^^  *snaps**

maudnewton:

First two sentences of Rebecca Solnit’s latest*: “The story of Cassandra, the woman who told the truth but was not believed, is not nearly as embedded in our culture as that of the Boy Who Cried Wolf—that is, the boy who was believed the first few times he told the same lie. Perhaps it should be.”

* From the October Harpers, in my mailbox today but not yet on newsstands.

MMMMMMmmmm hmmmmm ^^^^^^  *snaps**