This is our final bow

''Winners go home and fuck the prom queen.''

How is it possible to contain this much love as hate for people? I struggle everyday between kissing everyone and at the same time pushing them off a cliff.

June 20, Birthday Horoscope Personality: Excitement

zodiac-maniac:

birthdaypersonality:

Your greatest challenge is…

avoiding extremes of emotion

The way forward is…

to understand that the only way for you to find any real sense of fulfillment is to temper your reactions with a heavy dose of selfdiscipline.

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Funny, how you go to every other episode of John Oliver and there are 0% negative comments until you discover wage gap. Suddenly there is an unbelievable amount of ”men’s rights activists” saying they’ll un-subscribe, because quote ”all of his episodes until this one were supported with facts, but this one is just purely speculation.” This goes to show, how far we’ve come. Or haven’t. 

Yesterday I was digging the potatoes on the field for 12 hours and whilst my back was hurting as hell, and whilst i was knee deep in dirt and so sick of my family yammering on and on about pointless stuff, out of nowhere I remembered the scene from Pride and prejudice, where Mrs. Bennet was fussing about how poor she is because SHE had to dig HER OWN potatoes. And I don’t know why but I became really angry at a fictional character, because in spite of all that effort I put into digging on the field and really hating it, I never once thought, how poor we are, if anything I thought, shit there’s too much of this, nobody’s gonna eat all that. And in my world, I’m sorry Mrs. Bennet, people who have too much to eat are pretty damn rich.

If anybody asks we’ll just tell’em we met in jail #matickosphotography #fashion #photoshoot #vintage #love #and #other #drugs

(Source: middlecyclone)

I am the only one who generally feels good when my ex gets a new girlfriend and is happy? I know I’m supposed to feel shitty because he meant so much to me, but I’m mostly honestly just glad he’s happy. I don’t know, maybe I didn’t care enough after all. Or maybe I’m just growing up

“Look, let’s give it up. Let’s just lay around and make love and take walks and talk a little. Let’s drive down and look at the ocean. It’s only 45 minutes. Let’s play games in the arcades. Let’s go to the races, the Art Museum, the boxing matches. Let’s have friends. Let’s laugh. This kind of life like everybody else’s kind of life: it’s killing us.”

—   Charles Bukowski (via liquidlightandrunningtrees)

Be Kind

anatahan:

We are always asked
to understand the other person’s
viewpoint
no matter how
out-dated
foolish or
obnoxious.

One is asked
to view
their total error
their life-waste
with
kindliness,
especially if they are
aged.

But age is the total of
our doing.
they have aged
badly
because they have
lived

"If I were a boy"
That was the hypothetical question posed to my Spanish class.
And in between the answers of “I’d grow a beard”,
I felt a spark of indignation in my throat,
For the fact that while girls can admit that they’d want to be boys,
I’ve never heard a boy say the opposite.
Because femininity is degrading, inferior, submissive,
The reason girls are still seen as weak and vapid and LESS.

"If I were a boy"
I would be respected.
My wishes, desires,
My body would be my own.

"If I were a boy"
I could laugh at the thought of “belonging” to someone else,
Be that society or the person paying for my dinner.
I could laugh at that thought of someone feeling “entitled” to me.
Mentally, emotionally, physically.

"If I were a boy"
I would never have to ask questions like “too short? too slutty?”
Because my safety would not depend on my choice of clothing.
Questions of MODESTY or SELF-RESPECT would not be based on:
The length of my shorts,
The color of my hair,
My sexuality and the means by which I choose to express it.

"If I were a boy"
The loss of my virginity would be a reason to celebrate,
With claps on my back and cheers that didn’t include the words:
“Slut”,
“Whore”,
“No one wants you if you’re not a virgin”.
Loss of virginity would not be associated with loss of dignity,
My worth as a person would not be determined with “what time my legs open and close”.

"If I were a boy"
My thoughts would be valuable, my opinions: valid.
My judgement would be final, whether it be based in fact or not.
I would be an authority, a figure to claim respect regardless of its warranty.
In control, in charge,
Better, faster, smarter, stronger.
I would have the male privilege policy,
The right to speak for what I believe in and not be ridiculed.

When men speak out for their cause,
They are
“Efficient”,
“Brave”,
“Leader”,
“Intelligent”.

"If I were a boy"
I would be called the same.

—   In response to the “do now” question posed to my Spanish class: “If I were a boy/girl…” (via fangirlonamission)

I know it seems like I’m generalizing people and I know it’s wrong to think that most of the young generations are the same but I as I look around in my own city, the way those girls talk at 14, 15 just makes me cringe. I know they’ll still so young and they got time to change up their personality and find out who they are and who they want to be but lately I’ve been feeling like they like the idea of being clones of each other. Maybe that’s why I appreciate originality even more. I applaud the girl with blue hair or the clothes she sewed herself, or the boy who doesn’t wear the hat OBEY written on it, but has a sense of humour that you would lose your breath from laughing so hard. Maybe that’s why I try my best to be different. Not always in appearance, just in the way I speak, carry myself, in the way I am.

“my x men ability will appear soon i can feel it”

—    me last year/two months ago/a fortnight ago/today/eight seconds ago (via agentbromanoff)

(Source: quicksllvr, via stateofindifference)

katy perry:

i am not a feminist

shailene woodley:

i love men and i think the idea of ‘raise women to power, take the man away from the power’ is never going to work out

lana del rey:

feminism is just not an interesting concept

lorde:

*puts down many female artists, including selena gomez, britney spears, and amy winehouse, calling what they do “not feminism”*

taylor swift:

i don’t think i’m a feminist, i don’t really think about things as guys versus girls and i never have

lady gaga:

i am not a feminist, i hail men and i love men

marina diamandis:

everybody thinks feminism is about hairy legged women who hate men but it’s not, it’s about equality

MARINA DIAMANDIS:

i consider myself a feminist because i believe women should have equal rights- it’s just that the term feminism conjures up other things for people

MARINA FUCKING DIAMANDIS:

i feel completely shocked when i hear that female artists don’t want to be considered feminists… maybe i’m being a little bit harsh and maybe people think of the term in a bad way but it just means women have equal rights

wow. just wow. And to think I used to like some of these people. Just ugh. Go crawl in a hole all of you please, except for Marina of course. This just really fucking pissed me off right now. I'm venting like crazy haha