so-treu:

ash-wednesday:

omg best put down

LUCILLE!!!!!!!

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the best kind of relationship is the kind where you two just cant not be touching or near each other. Theres no real boundary between their body and yours, you just need them close as much as you need your body attached. 

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Ranting and venting

Here’s the thing, some of my ex’s friends would add me on my social sites for I don’t know what reason, then, unfriend or unfollow me.

I can no longer take it. It’s been 2++ years and I think I deserve my share of happiness.

I hope some of my ex’s friends and some of the friends I met through my ex, would stop penalizing me. I don’t owe anyone any explanation on our break up. But, I think, it’s safe to say that his explanation on our break up has reached some.

I hope my ex didn’t leave out the fact that I tried to make amends but he kept on pushing me away. I suffered through sleepless nights and nights, wherein, the only reason why I would fall asleep is because I was tired from crying incessantly.

I took me quite awhile to move on. The shoulda, woulda and couldas were there constantly—something that was not easy to shake off.

Don’t get me wrong, my ex is a great guy. He’s friends with a lot of people and super mabait pa, but what people don’t know is that, we have arguments too. In which we don’t share with anyone. Even our closest, bestest friends. Because for us, we’re the only ones who ought to know what’s going on exactly.

I waited for my ex to move on. When I heard news that he’s in a new relationship, that’s the time I REALLY started moving on. I was the closure I was waiting for.

To end this entry on a positive note, we’re both happy on our separate relationships. And I think our friends should also start being happy for us too.

superwholockavenging:

Joan Rivers called Jennifer Lawrence arrogant because Jennifer had this to say about Joan Rivers’ show:

There are shows like ‘Fashion Police’ that are just showing these generations of young people to judge people based on all the wrong values and that it’s OK to point at people and call them ugly or fat. They call it ‘fun’ and they say ‘welcome to the real world’ — and that shouldn’t be the real world. It’s going to continue being the real world if we keep it that way. We have to stop treating each other like that and stop calling each other fat.

Jennifer was asked for her opinion and she answered honestly. I find it hilarious that Joan Rivers, who makes a living by criticizing people’s fashion choices, is calling Jennifer Lawrence arrogant because she gave her honest opinion. I’m not sure that Rivers understands the definition of “arrogance”, because Jennifer didn’t say anything self-important or conceited.

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