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Life was immeasurably better once I forced myself to stop taking it seriously. — Hunter S. Thompson (via fakeville)
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omg hate these kind of nights
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“HUMAN HANDS ARE SO WEAK”
“DAMMIT how you do this without telekinesis?”
“WHAT IS THIS SENSATION CALLED PAIN”
EVERYTHING LOVE, LIFE & PERSONAL
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There use to be a time when I would drive around aimlessly within the city limits under the blanket of darkness that people have named night. The silence of a sleeping city was suddenly filled with music that could only be described as a soundtrack to my life while the breath of the evening air could be felt blowing onto my face.
I didn’t know where I was going, but for the first in my life, it didn’t matter to know or to have a destination to end up at - it was more important to just enjoy the ride I was on. Bystanders who I passed probably thought I was lost, but the truth was that it finally felt like I was free from these shackles that were my problems and struggles.
The world seemed to open up as I drove through these endless roads that finally allowed my thoughts to have the room it needed to breath. As the wheels continued to turn in constant motion against the asphalt, a fleeting feeling was felt from within whispering that everything would eventually end up okay as this journey through life continues. As I continued driving aimless under the moonlight that shone brightly through the windshield which shared the vast darken sky with the billions of sparkling stars that are light years away, there was this feeling like this night was mine and nothing would ever taint this moment when everything seemed at peace and right with this world.
You will go on and meet someone else and I’ll just be a chapter in your tale, but for me, you were, you are and you always will be, the whole story. — Marian Keyes, The Other Side of the Story (via simply-quotes)
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A documentary about me
have u ever accidentally opened the wrong cabinet in ur kitchen and it’s just like wtf how long have i lived here again
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