yurlate4tea:

The faggies graduated today :D

I haven’t even seen this until now wth

(Source: ydrill)

thehardtimesofjennataylor:

this is beautiful

(Source: meu-lugar-imperfeito)

"

I don’t care that you got into drugs for three months straight, or how much sleep you lost in that period. I don’t care that you went home and fucked that person and woke up at 6am hating everything about yourself, or that you smoked so much you sounded as though your lungs were giving out.

You’re not a bad person for the ways you tried to kill your sadness.

You’re just human, and being human means you need to survive and you do so whichever way you deem fit, fuck everyone else.

"

"you’re not a bad person for the ways you tried to kill your sadness" 

WOW

(via i-want-spankings)

(Source: stayygone)

christiandinoor:

69chainzzz420:

Incredible

0-100 at light speed

(Source: iraffiruse)

humans-of-pdx:

"My son was a documentarian in Portland, too. He made a film about the homeless population and it won some awards. He decided that to get the real story he’d live on the streets too and really get to know the people. But he became a heroin addict and it’s what killed him. He died of an overdose."

(2nd photo: Thank you to my husband, Ben, for capturing the moment we were talking.)

~ The real story behind the war over YA novels

chelseyesque:

erinburr:

curliestofcrowns:

angst-inmypants:

note-a-bear:

y’all should probably spend some time reading this

Oh my god this was supposed to be about books but it’s actually about my relationship with my parents I was unprepared for these feels

yep yep yep this

"The hot insistence on labeling YA as “trashy” and not fit for adult reading isn’t just about a visceral hatred of genre fiction. It’s also a form of denial from older adults who don’t want to engage with the issues faced by Millennials. If the validity of experiences underlying the desire to read YA can be eliminated, then older adults can feel less responsible for what they did to the generations that followed them"

Read the whole thing. Seriously.

(Source: se-smith)