"It seems to me that the years between eighteen and twenty-eight are the hardest, psychologically. It’s then you realize this is make or break, you no longer have the excuse of youth, and it is time to become an adult – but you are not ready."
"You know what I’ve seen is that people who have gone through unfair horrific experiences is that they have this will, and when they get support, a chance, they can not only survive, they can thrive."
— Detective Olivia Benson (via joyfulheartinspired)

ninekingscorrupted:

Hysterical Literature; reading with a vibrator.
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They should have called it “Advanced English;) Watch #1 and try to understand everything she’s saying at all times. More than once the pleasure centre of her brain interferes with her speech centre :D

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(Source: sigsigkei, via skinnsin)

settlingbones:

dean-bangs-cas-in-the-impala:

mynameisvanille:

alljustletters:

andercas:

no matter how old I get

I will always be at least slightly convinced that I’m capable of hurting a stuffed animal’s feelings

#I still keep them on a shelf just beside my bed because they were too sad in the closet

I’m 35 and I agree.

ME TOO. 

If I hug one toy too much, I make sure to go around and hug the others too …

(via nouveaux-nirvana)

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theclotheshorse:

Fei Fei photographed by Vanessa Jackman

Want to look like her.

formosis:

Cheers to this summer.