so dog nerd didn’t give me the most important documents and i got nothing done.

i was going to call him and tell him all the shit i’ve gone through but how can i do that when he kept telling me how sorry he is.



ok great i think i’m having a mild panic attack and i have no idea what am i even doing.



i-dont-need-feminism:

lamefuckboy:

yoncehaunted:

*SHOUTING TO THE HEAVENS*

WELL THAT TOOK A FUCKING TURN

O M F G

OMFG



i just ended up thinking about what would happen if lee and josh broke up.

why i even think about such things.

can you imagine how my little heart hurts right now.



remington-zero:

noir au

my tablet pen is doing this weird thing so these are all rushed



darkblastoise:

afterschool activities



lalage:

"i used to think ‘I’d work as hard as that, if everyone expected great things of me too’. But I understand now; if I don’t work hard, why should anyone expect anything of me?"

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rijinks:

Even Naruko would say, “Safety First”!! (for the telephone prompt)

rijinks:

Even Naruko would say, “Safety First”!! (for the telephone prompt)



Most people are other people. Their thoughts are someone else’s opinions, their lives a mimicry, their passions a quotation.
— Oscar Wilde  (via petrichour)


An abusive man may embellish his childhood suffering once he discovers that it helps him escape responsibility. The National District Attorney’s Association Bulletin reported a revealing study that was conducted on another group of destructive men: child sexual abusers. The researcher asked each man whether he himself had been sexually victimized as a child. A hefty 67 percent of the subjects said yes. However, the researcher then informed the men that he was going to hook them up to a lie-detector test and ask them the same questions again. Affirmative answers suddenly dropped to only 29 percent. In other words, abusers of all varieties tend to realize the mileage they can get out of saying, ‘I’m abusive because the same thing was done to me.’


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