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stranger-thing:

React like an infant whenever you are mentioned….

Buried Alive Interlude - Drake ( Ft. Kendrick Lamar ) | Take Care

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cyberharpie:

*stops mid bj to pull a hair out of my mouth*

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captaiinmarvel:

when girls press their whole body against you when they hug, it means they like you a lot. also, they’re measuring your body to determine how long it will take them to eat your flesh, a technique shared by boa constrictors

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How the signs respond to “I love you”

shitthesignssay:

Aries- I love you MORE

Taurus-really?

Gemini- I love… cake.

Cancer- for how long?

Leo-  Well, why wouldn’t you?

Virgo- Thank you

Libra- I have to pee.

Scorpio- Mhm

Sagittarius- No, I love YOUUUUU

Capricorn- I know.

Aquarius- What even is love?

Pisces- Huh?

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dermot-odreary:

world renowned feminist, Tyler, the Creator, laying down the law

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sixpenceee:

MY FEAR OF WATER
A top rated, creepy story. Link to story (x)
No author given. 
I’ve always had a terrible fear of being submerged completely in water. Not that I can’t swim or anything. My dad made me learn; he said I almost drowned when I was really young.
I was afraid of it because, for as long as I can remember, whenever I am under water and look up at the surface I see a woman reaching down to me with a warm smile, with glowing golden hair and dark blue eyes. Even if its just in a bathtub. It always happened, it was just normal for me, but i never got used to it.
It was unnerving, but also soothing at the same time. She always made me feel like it was okay. I still avoided it, though, because I was just a kid and it was really freaky.
I never told my dad about it as a kid, but I did ask him about my mom. He never wanted to talk about her. Sometimes he even got mad at me for trying too hard to bring it up.
It was only recently that I described this apparition to him. He nearly drove into a telephone pole; obviously he knew something. I asked him, again, about my mom. He still would say much, except that she died when I was very young, and that she loved me very much. He also admitted that her hair and eyes were those colors, just like mine.
So I did some research on my own, looking up her name for myself on my birth certificate and trying to find any references I could, any news clips about a boy nearly drowning, any thing. I mostly wanted a picture, something I could match to my guardian angel.
Today, buried in our town library, I found it.
WINCHESTER: Marie Withie, 28, drowned to death yesterday evening after climbing a razerwire fence and fleeing to a nearby resevoir. A funeral is scheduled by her family for the 25th. Marie was arrested just six months ago, after being found guilty of attempted murder. Her husband Daniel Withie had acted quickly enough to rescue their infant child when she was found trying to drown him in a bathtub.