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I'm made up of sadness, hopeless love and a sprinkle of joy.

"I really liked you, more than I’ve liked anyone in a long time. The reality is I won’t ever be able to call you mine and that’s not a big deal to you."
— 5 minutes ago with 4380 notes
"She talks about you like you put the stars in the sky"
she looks at you like that too ( via summersofspencer)

(Source: summersofspencer)

— 8 minutes ago with 8866 notes

Do NOT romanticize everything you see online. Stop sentimentalizing self harm. That picture of that boy “fixing” his girlfriend and kissing her scars? That is never going to happen. There is no Effy and Freddie. Cancer will not help you find your perfect Hazel-Augustus relationship. Being that girl leaning over the toilet with smudged mascara is not beautiful. Hating yourself is one of the worst feelings in existence. A rotting body wasting away until death, you do not want that. You do not want to be that suicidal boy with tears cascading down his cheeks. Abusive relationships are truly damaging. Dark rimmed ringlets under your eyes will not make you creative, artsy, or mysterious. Shaking hands, constant jitteryness, and overwhelming anxiety, OCD, or AD(H)D will not make you adorably quirky and it won’t make someone love you. Stop glamorizing self harm, suicide, eating disorders, body image issues, cancer, etc. Don’t you dare pretend to have anxiety, schizophrenia, OCD, AD(H)D, or any other serious disorder. That is attention seeking and people who pretend to have a disorder cause these horrible stigmas. In all honesty, these issues are far from the stigmas floating around, so do not bother pretending.

You want to romanticize something? Magnify your dreams and aspirations towards positive things. Idealize a positive lifestyle. Obsess over hipster clothing. Gush over celebrities. Dream of a faraway place. Do anything, except scroll through Tumblr with intentions of living a sad life worth writing about.


Amber K. from [x]

Do not steal my post or words.

(via darkness-consumed-me)

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— 10 minutes ago with 2748 notes


Intricate Handmade Fantasy Creatures by Ellen Jewett

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Born in Markham, Canada, Ellen Jewett took to shaping three-dimensional forms naturally at a young age. To Ellen, sculpting has always been about life, biological narratives and cultural statements. The tedious hours of labor act as the mysterious foundation from which each of her sculptures’ personality springs forth.

In 2007 Ellen completed her post secondary education with a degree in Biological Anthropology and Art Critique from McMaster University. She had already started Creatures from El in 2005 and upon graduation plunged into it full-time.

Ellen continues to supplement her knowledge with professional courses and apprenticeships. She aspires to pursue graduate work in anthrozoology whilst maintaining her life as a studio artist.

— 15 minutes ago with 658 notes


This advice is applicable in everything you do. Every great writer, actor, scientist, PERSON in general started out as nothing more than we are now: Students with a passion, a drive, a want to be something more. If they can do it, why can’t we?

(Source: deadpadfoot, via thriveforhappiness)

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The reading comprehension and overall common sense on this website is piss poor.

how dare you say we piss on the poor

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— 19 minutes ago with 471759 notes








hey who wants to start a gang

ill ask my mom

my mom wants to talk to your mom just to make sure its okay

my mom said its ok as long as im back before supper

my mom volunteers to carpool

Mom wants to know if we will be eating lunch there, or if I should just eat at home

my mom will make us some snacks

(Source: financialshade, via pruehame)

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