"The one thing that you have that nobody else has is you. Your voice, your mind, your story, your vision. So write and draw and build and play and dance and live as only you can."

Neil Gaiman (via alteringminds)

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everything about this is pure gold.

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"And in the end, we were all just humans drunk on the idea that love, only love, could heal our brokenness."

F.Scott Fitzgerald (via infiniterequest)

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Safari || 

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if u were dating a FBI agent and you dumped him.

he would be ur fed ex 

I hope the NSA people scanning my blog got a chuckle out of that

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two deer walk out of a gay bar, one turns to the other and says “man, i can’t believe i blew thirty bucks in there”.

this literally took me forever to get

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You are an exception; that I think you were created from the dust of the moon. 


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"I can’t talk to you
The way I’ve wanted to
I’ve been tellin’ lies
But I’ll tell you the truth
Darling, I’m tired"

Margot and the Nuclear So and So’s As Tall As Cliffs (via lets-wait-for-a-better-day)

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Don’t Cry For Me Argentina by Madonna

Eva Perón, or Evita as she is often known, was the wife of Argentine President Juan Perón. She rose to great popularity among the working class, her “descamisados.” She grew up in poverty herself and went from actress to mistress then wife of Colonel Perón. When he became President, she became the first lady of Argentina. She began “The Foundation Eva Perón” to help the poor. She would meet with people in need herself and take their requests for what they needed, often kissing and hugging people with deadly diseases against the advice of others. When told not to kiss a woman with her lip half eaten away by syphilis she replied “Do you know what it will mean when I kiss her?" She would often work 22 hours a day, coming home at dawn and sleeping for two hours, then going back to her charity work. She was devoted to her people and to Perón. Shortly before her untimely death at age 33 from cancer, Perón was re-elected. She was so determined to ride through Buenos Aires for the re-election ceremonies, they had to make a frame to hold her dying body up as she could no longer support herself.  At 8:25pm on July 26th the "Spiritual Leader of The Nation" died. 

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