I'm way too loud, I curse a lot, and I'm late to everything

yennranmma:

whenever “strong female characters” insult men by calling them girls  my eyes roll so far back in my head i can see my brain cells die

Reblogged from ruinedchildhood, Posted by iamacucumber.

(Source: iamacucumber)

pls-and-thank:

I am heaven sent,

Don’t you dare forget.
I am all you’ve ever wanted,
What all the other boys all promised.
Sorry I told. I just needed you to know.
I think in decimals and dollars.
I am the cause to all your problems,
Shelter from cold. we are never alone.
Coordinate brain and mouth.
Then ask me whats it like to have
Myself so figured out.
I wish I knew..

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Trackname — Okay I Believe You but My Tommy Gun Don't
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statler-and-winchester:

because more people need to know about Shakey Graves.

Reblogged from ruinedchildhood, Posted by my-teen-quote.

sniffling:

i don’t like talking with people about emotional stuff because then they learn things about me and get to know me and can defeat me

(Source: hornyteen1936)

You know what I would really like to see? A horror/suspense movie where the girl that survives the first half hour, the girl that we are supposed to be rooting for and invested in, is the one that was established in the inevitably setup virgin/whore dichotomy as the promiscuous/wild one. Or ya know, a movie where that comparison is never set up at all. Characters that die quickly after being introduced are almost always painted in a slightly unfavorable light (preferably while simultaneously increasing investment in the main character), so the death can set a tone without distracting the audience. It’s crazy how often in cases of female characters that light is cast by one person being comfortable discussing/having sex while the main character is more chaste.

"I understand. That’s the trouble. I understand. I’ll understand all the time. All day and all night. Especially all night. I’ll understand. You don’t have to worry about that."

Ernest Hemingway, Winner Take Nothing

(Source: murmurrs)