Have you ever bullshitted an assignment so hard you basically laugh after every sentence you write
"Generally, by the time you are real, most of your hair has been loved off, and your eyes drop out and you get loose in the joints and very shabby. But these things don’t matter at all, because once you are real you can’t be ugly, except to people who don’t understand."
Margery Williams, The Velveteen Rabbit (via beautifulflowerdisease)
If you have to continuously remind people that you’re “only being sarcastic”, you’re probably just being an asshole.
Drake wouldn’t treat me like this
"I like my coffee how I like myself: Dark, bitter, and too hot for you."
"And if your daughter came to you, crying with hunger, would you tell her no? Would you tell her she is too fat, she wants to much, she must shrink into society? No.
Then why would you tell yourself the exact same thing? You are somebody’s daughter."
Michelle K., You Are Somebody’s Daughter. (via randomprettiness)
This weekend is shit. Fuck Black Friday and rude ass people who are so demanding and can’t even say thank you, and fuck my anthropology paper that is due in three days which I haven’t even chosen a topic for, screw chemistry because it’s the one thing I actually need to be good at but it’s also the one grade I struggle to keep up, and screw people who don’t think of anyone other than themselves. I can’t wait to get home and eat Thanksgiving leftovers and try to make a good end to this bad day.
"That is why it is so important to let certain things go. To release them. To cut loose. People need to understand that no one is playing with marked cards; sometimes we win and sometimes we lose. Don’t expect to get anything back, don’t expect recognition for your efforts, don’t expect your genius to be discovered or your love to be understood. Complete the circle. Not out of pride, inability or arrogance, but simply because whatever it is no longer fits in your life. Close the door, change the record, clean the house, get rid of the dust. Stop being who you were and become who you are."
Paulo Coehlo (via middernacht)