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paul4allseasons:

Fly Me To The Moon - Frank Sinatra

in other words
i love you

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can you believe that structural violence is a thing and people are fighting for the rights of animals??????

can you believe that children are still used as cheap labor and the human rights campaign is fighting to legalize gay marriage?????

I laugh about these things frequently

espero que dondequiera que andes
te protejas como siempre quise protegerte
aunque el mundo se derrote en frente de mis ojos
tu vida me seguirá dando la frustración más grande
y besarte otra vez
seguirá siendo mi más grande deseo

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barefootandstonedd:

I’m quite in love with this color

dang

barefootandstonedd:

I’m quite in love with this color

dang

(Source: raybabyray)

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mid-late june / chicago

mid-late june / chicago

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slutmuffin:

MOTHER LOVE.

this is one of my favorite images and will continue to be one of the best concepts/pieces i’ve ever conceived. 

slutmuffin:

MOTHER LOVE.

this is one of my favorite images and will continue to be one of the best concepts/pieces i’ve ever conceived. 

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thanks chicago

it’s only been two and a half weeks without a day off but I’m already fucking exhausted

what the fuck is free time

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from the desire for wealth
we are greedy
from the expectance of honesty
we lie
from the lust for health
we are frail
clinging to the toxic words
of artificial help
chemical insurgents burn through our guts
from the need for normalcy
we suffer
don’t count sheep
count the amount of drinks it takes
to get you to sleep
remember when alcohol
made you cool?
from the necessity of politeness
we drown
in oceans of depression
tidal waves of anxiety
nerves that leave your teeth chattering
“I’m good, how are you?”
from the wish for love
we are lonely
we are cheated
we are betrayed
we are taught to think
that love lasts forever
an ancient text with author unknown that dictates that people stay together
the same text that dictates that slavery is okay
misinterpretation
we hide from the rain
small children barefoot jumping in puddles in the distance
they laugh
we cry
they speak
we lie
weighed down by shackles assigned to us when we hit puberty
like a new award
you are now a member of society
no longer must you wear the handcuffs
that accompanied the first time a teacher told you you talked too much
and you stopped speaking
the first time you called someone else ugly
because they didn’t look like you
where was your father on the first day of school?
we wish for liveliness
working pink collar, blue collar, white collar jobs
and like a stamp of approval
the final gold star
a retirement check that congratulates and thanks you
for giving up that dream you had
when you were a kid jumping in puddles in the rain

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blunthought:

Happy | Pharrell Williams

this song plays at work all the time and I just now went to look for what it was and I’m glad (happy) I did.

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wanting to be better than someone is weakness, not strength.

when ugly is pretty once
ugly is prettier than pretty
who is pretty always

pretty is not possible without ugly
so when pretty is pretty always
pretty for pretty is no longer pretty
but boring

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