Tell me your secrets

Here I am, all laid bare. And far too honest.



i think it’s cute when someone admits they have a crush on you

i think it’s a fucking miracle 

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are the only
person you
need to be
good enough
5:43 p.m. (You’re already good enough for everyone else)

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I miss my best friend.
wherehavethewildthingsgone I haven’t seen you in aaaaaages

It’s been tooo long since I’ve seen Chelle :( forgothowtowrite
2 days ago
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We don’t learn to love each other well in the easy moments. Anyone is good company at a cocktail party. But love is born when we misunderstand one another and make it right, when we cry in the kitchen, when we show up uninvited with magazines and granola bars, in an effort to say, I love you.
Shauna Niequist, Bread & Wine: A Love Letter to Life Around the Table, with Recipes   (via 5000letters)

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3 days ago
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nothing will ruin your 20s more than thinking you should have your life together already.
I need to write this on every wall of my room. (via thisyearsgirls)

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It’s really awkward, Thomas and I used to have a shared nectar card account leading to the situation where Sainsburys routinely email me on a Tuesday like: ‘hey Thomas, free midweek delivery just for you!’

It’s like the universe is just letting me know that I will never share a nectar card again.

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lets just be clear, if you spend the time baking a cake/cookies/brownies, you can eat as many of them as you want and the calories don’t count. you made those calories. you’re their god.

disclaimer: this does not apply to children you have made

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Left-handed and LGBT people make up about the same percentage of the overall population. We would be horrified to meet someone who says, “I love you, and I want to have children with you, but if they are left-handed, I will not love and care about them and will drive them from our lives.” That doesn’t make any sense. Why would you create a family with that person? And it makes just as little sense to hate a gay kid, or marry someone who is going to hate your gay kid. We don’t pick who our children are going to be. When we choose to be parents, we are taking on the responsibility, obligation and honor to love the children we adopt or create. If someone is not prepared to cherish and celebrate a gay child, they have no business being a parent. Our kids didn’t choose to be created, and they didn’t choose us to be their parents. And every child deserves their parent’s unconditional love. Every child.