I'm a wannabe writer, a part time fangirl and a full time student.

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  • You are gonna have people who are going to see the depth from which you approached a song. The fact that you put real emotions into it, and that that’s valuable, and that’s good, and that’s real. And then you’re gonna have people who are gonna say "Oh, you know, like, she just writes songs about her ex-boyfriends…." 

    (Source: from1989s, via cordeliafoxx)

  • theamericanhorrorchronicles:

    I have to say this is still one of the most shocking moments of AHS, I never saw it coming back in season one!

    (Source: ahsconfessions, via cordeliafoxx)

  • artkat:



    does anybody else think tired and sleepy mean two totally different things

    sleepy is cute and dozing off and happy but tired is 10 cups of coffee and murder


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  • (107/365) by (DS)

    i really, really like this.

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    (via lovemenow-nottomorrow)

  • "Note to self: every time you were convinced you couldn’t go on, you did."
  • lonelyandcompany:



    Jennifer Lawrence was hungry on the Red Carpet, so Jeannie gave her some Pop Rocks to hold her over until pizza time.

    You can see the exact moment where her polite ‘Thank you’ switched into the pure childlike excitement of ‘HOLY SHIT POP ROCKS YEAH’

    Okay but look at the reporters face and see how excited she is also.

    (via conquer-khaleesi)

  • puyols-hairdresser:

    when you’re doing school work and someone asks you what the answer is


    (Source: wintersoldier-iscoming, via prettylittlereign)

  • mydollyaviana:



    Who did this shit?

    This is impossible. She would have lost her hair-tie by the third door if not earlier.

    (via vavallejo)

  • Anonymous
    What's your favourite episode of The OC and why?

    I can say very easily that my favorite episode is “The Risky Business.”  Here are some things I absolutely adore about this episode:

    1)  Ryan admits that he and Marissa are “taking it slow.”

    2)  Marissa comes to stay with the Cohens, which is such a fun idea that I think should’ve been explored more in other episodes.

    3)  That said, Ryan walking in on Marissa changing is priceless.  ”Nothing you haven’t seen before…”  AND HE STARES OFF THINKING ABOUT IT.  I NEED THE FAN FICTION, WHAT HAS RYAN SEEN BEFORE AND WHEN.

    4)  It won’t let me add pictures to this right now but the early morning ran into each other in the kitchen scene between Ryan/Marissa.  True beauty.  That look, moving their hands toward each other…

    5)  Marissa/Summer distracting in the charity yard sale (that people keep part of the profits for and is in a ballroom) is hilarious.  Summer Roberts you are amazing.

    6)  Marissa freaking Cooper can you be more thoughtful trying to help that douche Trey out?

    7)  Ryan/Marissa scene at the end where he puts the jacket over her shoulders and lingers.

    8)  In general I just like the episodes from The Blaze of Glory onward while Ryan and Marissa find their way back to each other.  

    (honorable mention to The Debut though)

    Thanks for the question. Oddly enough I was thinking about this yesterday!

  • John Mayer  (via senyahearts)

    (Source: meatballmurder, via gone-away-a-while)

  • "Sometimes you tell someone to never call you again; and then the phone rings and you hope it’s them — it’s the most twisted logic of all time."
  • Anonymous
    Do you think that you're just lying to yourself if you're sad but you try to think positive thoughts and be more optimistic? Or by being more optimistic do you think you're changing your perspective on life and it will really make you happy?

    I don’t know.  I have conflicting feelings.  I’m pretty good at smiling when I feel like crap, but that doesn’t really take away the fact that I feel like crap.  I also am really good at making myself and other people laugh while sad.  I am the pro at making people laugh at funerals.  But I think underlying all of that is a sadness that just doesn’t go away.  At least if you’re truly depressed, I think you can have a good day or two or three but if you haven’t dealt with that sadness it kind of just sits there until it gets addressed.  I used to think of sadness as my companion.  It was always there, even when I was happy.  But that’s just personal and I have no empirical data to back it up.

    That said, I do believe that focusing on happier or more beautiful things makes someone more willing to want to get better or want to live, and that’s kind of what the novel I wrote is about.  That the sadness doesn’t necessarily go away when you get a boyfriend or like a class or get absorbed in beauty; instead, it just gives you enough motivation to start looking at the deeper stuff to heal.