Kids at work love The Diary of a Wimpy Kid and
when you ask them why the answers
might surprise you.
They say it’s funny that he’s wimpy but
think it’s wrong that people won’t be his friend.
They won’t admit that they’re
wimpy themselves but they’re quick to
point out the wimpy kid in their class.
I ask them if bullying is bad and
they say yes
and I ask them if calling someone wimpy is nice and
they say no
and I ask them why being wimpy is so funny and
they don’t say anything.
They have no idea they’re
the reason kids are wimpy.
They have no idea about so
I throw a ball
to my future self
to save his life.
She gave up
a fixation that
drained her of
She is proof that
— Noor Shirazie (via aestheticintrovert)
I love you, that means I’m not just here for the pretty parts. I’m here no matter what.
— Claudia Gray, Hourglass (via aestheticintrovert)
(Source: observando, via aestheticintrovert)
White Privilege is being able to fight racism one day, then ignore it the next.
— Macy Sto. Domingo (via makingacake)
Buddy loves Nyota
it’s only you, beautiful.
or I don’t want anyone.
if I can choose it’s only you.
remind me that I’m more
than the sum of my parts;
that the curve of my waist
isn’t a graph of my worth.
i’ve watched scent of a woman so many times my tears are probably a conditioned response
I thought my spirit was broken
before I watched it 9 years ago
and it was a little bit
but now I know I can’t keep trying to
put a prosthetic on something so
to who I am.
I am indebted to a fictional
character who showed me the way
with unseeing eyes.
Scent of a Woman
"No mistakes in the Tango, Donna; not like life. Simple, that’s what makes the Tango so great. You make a mistake, get all tangled up, just Tango on."
One day, whether you
you will stumble upon
someone who will start
a fire in you that cannot die.
However, the saddest,
most awful truth
you will ever come to find––
is they are not always
with whom we spend our lives.
— Beau Taplin, “The Awful Truth” (via coffeekaling)
(Source: afadthatlastsforever, via nathensurman)
If you still talk about it - you still care about it.
— Anonymous (via jenngofett)
(Source: twitter.com, via spirkcantwerk)