wincestmakesmecry: just wanna live in a big house with a bunch of friends who are all the type to knock on each other’s doors at 1am to scream about what’s happening in their tv shows cry cry
Annie Lennox: Why do you weep? What are these tears upon your face?
me: HOW DARE YOU ASK ME THAT YOU KNOW NOTHING
Tolkien fandom group hug. Reblog to join.
pippin-sexual: wildshieldmaiden: deforestkelley: livinglavidal0ki: can i just awkwardly stand in it no I shall give you a special squish Keep strong, my friends! Come here dears!
reinapepiada: gettin real tired of my own bullshit
janie-jones: I’m really annoyed that being “awkward” is trendy now. Standing behind a cute guy in line at Starbucks when you aren’t even wearing lipgloss? Is not awkward. Crippling social anxiety is fucking awkward. I hate you.
Music was my refuge. I could crawl into the space between the notes and curl my...– Maya Angelou (via alfsaga)
niceshootingsweetheart: Can we just appreciate the fact that this is the first Olympics where every country has allowed female athletes to compete like that’s really amazing
i have boobs and a great taste in music and honestly, if thats not enough then i’m not sure what is
me: i want to go to England
me: i want to go to Paris
me: i want to go to Australia
me: i want to go everywhere
money: lol no
time: lol no
world: lol no
Sometimes I can hear my bones straining under the weight of all the lives I’m...– Jonathan Safran Foer (via alfsaga)
frowninglessons: do you ever go into a music store and just find all of your favourite band’s albums even though you already have them and you just hover in that general area for a while
Have you ever had that feeling? That you’d like to go to a whole different place...– Haruki Murakami, The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle (via phxpsyd)
interwar: do you ever just look at children of couples in films or television shows and go no you are genetically impossible that is not a dominant allele
I have achieved nothing, nothing. I am what I always was, alone as always,...– John Banville, Ghosts (via boyssmelllikeoranges)
The first thing that reading teaches us is how to be alone.– Jonathan Franzen (via beyondjadee)