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There ain’t no party like an Ent party ’cause an Ent party lasts for weeks of deciding where to have the fucking party and then like 2 years of deciding who will bring what and then 75 years of introductions and “How you been” and then you can’t be at the party anymore because you died.

— #558: Help I’m boring | CaptainAwkward.com

Because we couldn’t be together all of the time, spending time together felt precious and luxurious. It heightened the already super-alert falling in love feelings, and we always had something to look forward to. Waiting also made the falling in love period last longer, which was thrilling, and on this end of things, I am really grateful for it.

— Cardinal Rules

It’s only by letting people be who they are, by not taking them for granted and respecting their right to make their own damn decisions, that we deepen our connections with them — and increase the chances that they’ll stick around. If you love something, set it free, and all that. Except that if it comes back, it still isn’t yours. It never was. We don’t own each other. We can’t.

— Greta Christina. [http://freethoughtblogs.com/greta/2014/04/15/some-thoughts-on-beauty-and-ownership/]

I mean that beauty is an experience.

And that means that it can’t be owned, or kept, or held onto.

Some objects or people are “more beautiful,” in that they’re more likely than others to evoke that experience in more people. But the beauty doesn’t really reside in the objects or the people. It resides in the mind and the heart and the body of the beholder. And trying to hold and own and keep this experience of beauty is actually what makes it slip through our fingers. Letting transitory experiences be what they are is what lets them sink in deeply and resonate throughout our lives. 

Struggling to keep them, to make them permanent, is what makes them slip away — and makes us miss the point.

— Greta Christina, [http://freethoughtblogs.com/greta/2014/04/15/some-thoughts-on-beauty-and-ownership/]

ryeisenberg:

joshfrench:

joshfrench:

I want to see Brienne and Jamie do a slapstick Vaudeville show. Am I… am I a fanfic person?

But like their act is just a bunch of terrible “Can I get a hand?” jokes and the big finale is a dancing bear who doesn’t want to cooperate

Think about it

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mousezilla:

flailing-forever:

jarvislove:

hayatecrawford:

daily-asgardian-news:

JUST FUCKING PRESS PLAY

WTF DID I JUST WATCHED

I shouldn’t have laughed at “All By Myself”.  The ones with Loki are the best though.

I JUST FUCKING LOST IT I’M SCREAMING WHAT THE FUCK IS THIS

Dying. 

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Having fallen off this particular log quite a few times in my life, I’ve learned to recognize when I’ve gone too far. It’s mostly born of an increasingly frenzied feeling that nobody likes me but if I just knew what they wanted me to be I could totally fix myself!

— How To Find Yourself When You Are Lost [10 Tips For Your Next Identity Crisis]

You know what I say? If you love something, do it. And if doing that thing changes your body in ways that stray from the beauty standard, then fuck the beauty standard. There are a lot of ways to be beautiful and fabulous.

— I read a Harper’s Bazaar article about spinning and it made me sad | Fit and Feminist

witchyroses:

This is the reason gifsets were invented

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HAADSAA [1983] … AMIT KUMAR … Y O G YOGA YOGA [HD] (by GHULAM RASOOL)

We can’t hate ourselves into a version of ourselves we can love.

— Lori Deschene (via highanxietiessupport)

(Source: onlinecounsellingcollege, via matociquala)

not-cooper:

cashcutie:

the story of a man and his unlikely friend

My little peter made it big

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