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The saddest things in the world:

-people forgotten on their birthdays
-old people eating alone
-animals left behind by their humans

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Oct 18, 2014 / 505,158 notes

notquiteshakespeare:

truelladeville:

theblogchoseme:

truelladeville:

I wanna see pictures of your lowest moment from 2013 go

I was in a Toy Story play.

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And I loved it.

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You’re an inspiration to us all

please explain how this was your lowest point

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Oct 18, 2014 / 108,539 notes

juilan:

Because a piece of gum told me to

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officertoast:

officertoast:

I JUST SWALLOWED THE WIRE FROM MY BRACE 

PLEASE HELP

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DO NOT

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Oct 18, 2014 / 78,637 notes
less-care-happier-life:

☹ on We Heart It.
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jaclcfrost:

idk why wearing someone else’s shirt or sweater or jacket is so satisfying and comforting but it is

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Oct 18, 2014 / 280,175 notes

onamelancholyhill:

devdevnumnums:

madlori:

This guy.

I’m calling it now.

I see great things ahead for this guy.

#acting.

I cannot stop reblogging this.

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humansofnewyork:

“Right now I’m moving from pantries to soup kitchens to shelters.”“What was your upbringing like?”“I’d say dysfunctional but fair.”“How was it dysfunctional and how was it fair?”“It was dysfunctional because there was alcohol everywhere. There was a lot of cussing and calling me names like ‘piece of shit.’ But it was fair because I always had a place to stay and clothes on my back. And I did the Boy Scouts or the Boy’s Club, or whatever that was called. But in the end, the alcohol won out.”
Oct 16, 2014 / 2,301 notes

humansofnewyork:

“Right now I’m moving from pantries to soup kitchens to shelters.”
“What was your upbringing like?”
“I’d say dysfunctional but fair.”
“How was it dysfunctional and how was it fair?”
“It was dysfunctional because there was alcohol everywhere. There was a lot of cussing and calling me names like ‘piece of shit.’ But it was fair because I always had a place to stay and clothes on my back. And I did the Boy Scouts or the Boy’s Club, or whatever that was called. But in the end, the alcohol won out.”