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19. College kid. Bengali Indian. nutella addict. sass master. queen of awkward eye contact. bow tie enthusiast. feminist. )
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youcantroamwithoutcaesar:

I be so confused when I see mango and banana hate, does your taste buds not work? Were you raised by joyless demons?

é  215  û    —    12:41am

princess-neville:

it would make me so happy to just…have my own little house, have a best friend or small group of best friends to talk about things and accomplish idealistic things on a small-scale level with and then be creative. preferably a treehouse lol. that’s what i want. i don’t care if i sound pretentious and unrealistic. i am pretentious and unrealistic, as a person 

é  8  û    —    12:16am
No, this is just a circumstance, this is just something that is happening in your life right now. It is not your identity. It doesn’t make you who you are, it doesn’t define you. This is a thing, a very hurtful thing, yes. And it is a thing you are going to overcome, just like the countless other things I’ve seen you overcome. This is not who you are. Who you are is a fighter, and a damn good one at that. So get out there and fight like hell.
— Nicole (my lovely therapist)
Bad books on writing tell you to ‘WRITE WHAT YOU KNOW’, a solemn and totally false adage that is the reason there exist so many mediocre novels about English professors contemplating adultery.
— Joe Haldeman (via maxkirin)
■ a love letter apologizes to itself

returnthegayze:

when i was a kid my friends used to say
if you love something then “why don’t you marry it”
which meant that by eight i was already in a polyamorous
relationship with a nintendo 64, kickball, sister, and my favorite substitute teacher – the only one who had
the decency to ask me how to…

é  361  û    —    12:10am

policymic:

Watch: Hilarious parody exposes the absurdity of Dove’s “Real Beauty” ads

Unlike the women in the real Dove ads, the women in this parody disagree with the psychology experiment. Here is a room full of women who are actually comfortable with their appearances — and not just because a gimmicky science trick told them they should be. It’s a refreshing take on marketing and a reminder that outside the bright-white walls of Dove’s “Real Beauty” world, not every woman believes she is a hideous monster. 

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é  521  û    —    11:52pm
mollsattacks:

more important than education