thinks like poetry, writes like prose

Shannon, eighteen, self-professed daydreamer. users online
iheartoffspring:

I was literally yelling at my tv, so happy, and good on leo for making sure he didn’t become the rebound guy =]

iheartoffspring:

I was literally yelling at my tv, so happy, and good on leo for making sure he didn’t become the rebound guy =]

ladystoneofheart:

I can pretty much guarantee that I’m going to be 104 years old, lying on my death bed, and as I draw my last breath, I will turned to my loved ones and say, “I still don’t understand why they killed Patrick Reid, they really shouldn’t have done that” 

engineereteersam:

If you can call a pokemon by its new name as soon as it evolves, why is it so hard to do the same for trans* people?

(via buckysleftarm)

headfirstintowonderland:

so someone once called my old english teacher immature (because at this point he was spinning around on a wheely chair) and he said:

"Yeah, but the truth is we never really grow up. We just masquerade as adults because that’s what we’re expected to do."


and to this day that is the single most profound thing i have ever heard uttered by someone dicking around on a swivel chair

(via buckysleftarm)

The world has a serious shortage of both logic and kindness.

—Haruki Murakami, 1Q84 (via kapaldi)

(Source: larmoyante, via roane72)