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demetriasavesmeeveryday:

fannishflightsoffancy:

imapolarbearwhat:

thedizbizz:

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imkenzierain:

"Let it Go" ft. impersonations of:

  • Idina Menzel
  • Demi Lovato 
  • Briteny Spears
  • Alanis Morissette
  • Celine Dion
  • Kristen Chenoweth 
  • Adele
  • Julie Andrews
  • Babra Streisand
  • Christina Aguilera
  • Kelly Clarkson
  • Christina Bianco
  • Liza Minnelli

SHE’S SO AMAZING I CAN’T

That Celine Dion was spot on

my roommate and I are actually dying right now. wow.

JOSH. JOSH. PLEASE WATCH THIS, JOSH. jooshdavis

THE ACCURACY 

this was amazing

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You’d like to think that with you it’d be different, that with you it would be done right. We all want to be the exception. “We just have bad timing” or “he wouldn’t do that to me when we finally get together.” Wake up sugar tits, he’d do the exact same thing to you.

nevver:

The best place to be is somewhere else. nevver:

The best place to be is somewhere else. nevver:

The best place to be is somewhere else. nevver:

The best place to be is somewhere else. nevver:

The best place to be is somewhere else. nevver:

The best place to be is somewhere else.
nevver:

Breakfast of Champions nevver:

Breakfast of Champions nevver:

Breakfast of Champions

Sometimes when one is unhappy, it is because there are certain things that you have to make peace with.

I know that most of my unhappiness stems from this. And it’s not even that I am unhappy in general, quite the opposite really. More often than not my sunny disposition is very genuine. I know there are some things that I have to make peace with. Like the fact that the world is a truly terrible place but that doesn’t mean that we stop caring for it. Or that sometimes, friendships end. Or that I am alone, and that’s okay.

Before my thoughts are trivialized into making this all about having a boyfriend, let me preface this by saying that it really isn’t. It’s about addressing this nagging loneliness that has followed me around for all my life, and how I am no longer okay with it. My loneliness used to be a friend, a familiar thing that I was just so used to having around that I would feel ill at ease when I couldn’t grasp at it. I was lonely as a child even though the stories were always that I always had new friends within five minutes of being anywhere. I was lonely when I was in a serious relationship. I was lonely when I was in a non-relationship. I am lonely now even when I am confronting my loneliness and trying to address it with whatever solution I can find.

I’ve been learning a lot about making real connections. Something not a lot of people know about me is that I am great at small talk, mostly because it’s the only level of familiarity that I am comfortable with having with strangers. Small talk is great - you both get to show mild interest in each other without actually having to share anything real. It’s a win-win situation if you ask me.

The problem with being so good at small talk is realizing that I don’t really know how to make a real connection when I actually really want to. I don’t mean to keep everyone at arm’s length, I just don’t know how to proceed from here.

So what do I do?

Aren’t we all just a little bit tired of being alone?

“The morning undressed the night slowly.”
— 6-Word Story #91 (via writingsforwinter)

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