Whatever, Bitch.
Como perseguida, pero
perseguida por enemigos que no deseo ver, porque se que
los veré todavía mas hostiles de lo que he supuesto, lo que haría sentirme
más culpable & más irremediablemente sola.
Whatever, Bitch.
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A las mujeres el período nos irrita, nos molesta, nos hace vulnerables ante cualquier pavada o tontedad. De la nada te encontrás llorando como una marmota porque sí, porque se te rompió una uña o porque se te cayó el teléfono, o porque tu novio no te vino a ver. O de la nada sentis ese fuego interno más fuerte que vos que te dice “trata a todos mal y ponete histerica por cualquier cosa y gritale al primero que se te cruce porque hoy no tenes ganas de bancarte a nadie porque te duele TODO!!!”. Pero bueno, es culpa del periodo sumamente hormonal.
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keep-smiling-00:

tangledleaves:

it’s cold outside

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Me quiero pegar un tiro :(
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"Que linda esa gente que ni te conoce y te habla con la mejor onda."
(via llevouninfiernoenelcorazon)
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Chest deep, I risked my phone’s life to take this
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tit-w4nk:

curiae:

Long Distance Relationships by Peony Yip

makes me tear up
tit-w4nk:

curiae:

Long Distance Relationships by Peony Yip

makes me tear up
tit-w4nk:

curiae:

Long Distance Relationships by Peony Yip

makes me tear up
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ineedirectiontoperfection:

"ALL THESE THINGS THAT I’VE DONE" was released 10 years ago today! First release: August 30, 2004 (UK) | Certified: PLATINUM (RIAA) | Album: HOT FUSS | Written by Brandon Flowers

“I worked at a casino called the Gold Coast as a bellman. This was back when there weren’t cell phones yet, so I used to call the guys and tell them I was gonna call them back and leave an idea on their answering machines. I was very heavily into glam rock at the time, and I felt like [Lou Reed’s] Transformer and [David Bowie’s] Ziggy Stardust — the delivery of those records, sometimes it was almost talking to you, especially Lou. The lines ‘Help me out, yeah yeah, you gotta help me out/Don’t you put me on the back burner, you gotta help me out’? I was just trying to be Lou Reed funneled through the Las Vegas Strip. And the bass line is a direct rip-off of a Bowie track called ‘Slow Burn.’ I can say it now because I don’t think he’s gonna come after us.” (BF, 2013)
ineedirectiontoperfection:

"ALL THESE THINGS THAT I’VE DONE" was released 10 years ago today! First release: August 30, 2004 (UK) | Certified: PLATINUM (RIAA) | Album: HOT FUSS | Written by Brandon Flowers

“I worked at a casino called the Gold Coast as a bellman. This was back when there weren’t cell phones yet, so I used to call the guys and tell them I was gonna call them back and leave an idea on their answering machines. I was very heavily into glam rock at the time, and I felt like [Lou Reed’s] Transformer and [David Bowie’s] Ziggy Stardust — the delivery of those records, sometimes it was almost talking to you, especially Lou. The lines ‘Help me out, yeah yeah, you gotta help me out/Don’t you put me on the back burner, you gotta help me out’? I was just trying to be Lou Reed funneled through the Las Vegas Strip. And the bass line is a direct rip-off of a Bowie track called ‘Slow Burn.’ I can say it now because I don’t think he’s gonna come after us.” (BF, 2013)
ineedirectiontoperfection:

"ALL THESE THINGS THAT I’VE DONE" was released 10 years ago today! First release: August 30, 2004 (UK) | Certified: PLATINUM (RIAA) | Album: HOT FUSS | Written by Brandon Flowers

“I worked at a casino called the Gold Coast as a bellman. This was back when there weren’t cell phones yet, so I used to call the guys and tell them I was gonna call them back and leave an idea on their answering machines. I was very heavily into glam rock at the time, and I felt like [Lou Reed’s] Transformer and [David Bowie’s] Ziggy Stardust — the delivery of those records, sometimes it was almost talking to you, especially Lou. The lines ‘Help me out, yeah yeah, you gotta help me out/Don’t you put me on the back burner, you gotta help me out’? I was just trying to be Lou Reed funneled through the Las Vegas Strip. And the bass line is a direct rip-off of a Bowie track called ‘Slow Burn.’ I can say it now because I don’t think he’s gonna come after us.” (BF, 2013)
ineedirectiontoperfection:

"ALL THESE THINGS THAT I’VE DONE" was released 10 years ago today! First release: August 30, 2004 (UK) | Certified: PLATINUM (RIAA) | Album: HOT FUSS | Written by Brandon Flowers

“I worked at a casino called the Gold Coast as a bellman. This was back when there weren’t cell phones yet, so I used to call the guys and tell them I was gonna call them back and leave an idea on their answering machines. I was very heavily into glam rock at the time, and I felt like [Lou Reed’s] Transformer and [David Bowie’s] Ziggy Stardust — the delivery of those records, sometimes it was almost talking to you, especially Lou. The lines ‘Help me out, yeah yeah, you gotta help me out/Don’t you put me on the back burner, you gotta help me out’? I was just trying to be Lou Reed funneled through the Las Vegas Strip. And the bass line is a direct rip-off of a Bowie track called ‘Slow Burn.’ I can say it now because I don’t think he’s gonna come after us.” (BF, 2013)
ineedirectiontoperfection:

"ALL THESE THINGS THAT I’VE DONE" was released 10 years ago today! First release: August 30, 2004 (UK) | Certified: PLATINUM (RIAA) | Album: HOT FUSS | Written by Brandon Flowers

“I worked at a casino called the Gold Coast as a bellman. This was back when there weren’t cell phones yet, so I used to call the guys and tell them I was gonna call them back and leave an idea on their answering machines. I was very heavily into glam rock at the time, and I felt like [Lou Reed’s] Transformer and [David Bowie’s] Ziggy Stardust — the delivery of those records, sometimes it was almost talking to you, especially Lou. The lines ‘Help me out, yeah yeah, you gotta help me out/Don’t you put me on the back burner, you gotta help me out’? I was just trying to be Lou Reed funneled through the Las Vegas Strip. And the bass line is a direct rip-off of a Bowie track called ‘Slow Burn.’ I can say it now because I don’t think he’s gonna come after us.” (BF, 2013)
ineedirectiontoperfection:

"ALL THESE THINGS THAT I’VE DONE" was released 10 years ago today! First release: August 30, 2004 (UK) | Certified: PLATINUM (RIAA) | Album: HOT FUSS | Written by Brandon Flowers

“I worked at a casino called the Gold Coast as a bellman. This was back when there weren’t cell phones yet, so I used to call the guys and tell them I was gonna call them back and leave an idea on their answering machines. I was very heavily into glam rock at the time, and I felt like [Lou Reed’s] Transformer and [David Bowie’s] Ziggy Stardust — the delivery of those records, sometimes it was almost talking to you, especially Lou. The lines ‘Help me out, yeah yeah, you gotta help me out/Don’t you put me on the back burner, you gotta help me out’? I was just trying to be Lou Reed funneled through the Las Vegas Strip. And the bass line is a direct rip-off of a Bowie track called ‘Slow Burn.’ I can say it now because I don’t think he’s gonna come after us.” (BF, 2013)
ineedirectiontoperfection:

"ALL THESE THINGS THAT I’VE DONE" was released 10 years ago today! First release: August 30, 2004 (UK) | Certified: PLATINUM (RIAA) | Album: HOT FUSS | Written by Brandon Flowers

“I worked at a casino called the Gold Coast as a bellman. This was back when there weren’t cell phones yet, so I used to call the guys and tell them I was gonna call them back and leave an idea on their answering machines. I was very heavily into glam rock at the time, and I felt like [Lou Reed’s] Transformer and [David Bowie’s] Ziggy Stardust — the delivery of those records, sometimes it was almost talking to you, especially Lou. The lines ‘Help me out, yeah yeah, you gotta help me out/Don’t you put me on the back burner, you gotta help me out’? I was just trying to be Lou Reed funneled through the Las Vegas Strip. And the bass line is a direct rip-off of a Bowie track called ‘Slow Burn.’ I can say it now because I don’t think he’s gonna come after us.” (BF, 2013)
ineedirectiontoperfection:

"ALL THESE THINGS THAT I’VE DONE" was released 10 years ago today! First release: August 30, 2004 (UK) | Certified: PLATINUM (RIAA) | Album: HOT FUSS | Written by Brandon Flowers

“I worked at a casino called the Gold Coast as a bellman. This was back when there weren’t cell phones yet, so I used to call the guys and tell them I was gonna call them back and leave an idea on their answering machines. I was very heavily into glam rock at the time, and I felt like [Lou Reed’s] Transformer and [David Bowie’s] Ziggy Stardust — the delivery of those records, sometimes it was almost talking to you, especially Lou. The lines ‘Help me out, yeah yeah, you gotta help me out/Don’t you put me on the back burner, you gotta help me out’? I was just trying to be Lou Reed funneled through the Las Vegas Strip. And the bass line is a direct rip-off of a Bowie track called ‘Slow Burn.’ I can say it now because I don’t think he’s gonna come after us.” (BF, 2013)
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indirectasdemiparati:

Y es que tu sonrisa me encanta..
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greekg0ds:

FIRST SNOW by Dan Finnen
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bonvivantx:

“If all cosmos were the same distance apart, gravity would pull them all in the same direction. They’d remain perfectly aligned, and precisely nothing would happen. Irregularity, imperfection, and lack of order in hydrogen compacts, atoms of gas gravitating away from each other, and compressed temperatures is what created our universe. Perfection in our galaxy simply does not exist. Without imperfection, neither you nor I would exist.” —Stephen Hawking Utilize this as an analogy next time attempt to undermine your self-worth caused by fallacious and subjective standards one must meet in order to attain aesthetic appeal. Symmetric cannot be created if its source is asymmetric.
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