daddyhole:

this year i was

  • trash

next year i hope to be

  • hella trash
  • possibly a trash king ?

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Aaron tried to tell me last night that someone told him Devin wanted to get Drea drunk to have sex with her.
It sounded like bullshit from the start. I honestly think Aaron was telling the truth about what he heard, but there’s no reason for Devin to downgrade now that we actually have sex.
I wasn’t gonna say this to Aaron, because he really liked Drea, but frankly, I’m hotter and there would be no reason to cheat on me with her.
Plus Devin’s guilty conscience would catch up to him anyway and he’d end up telling me eventually. Hahahaha.
Aaron even said he had no reason to tell anything but the truth because he has no chance with me. I didn’t even deny it or give him a maybe. Like, honestly, there is probably 0 chance of a long term relationship with me even if Devin and I broke up.
So I’m just trying to figure out who’s lying in this situation, because I know it’s not Devin and I’m almost sure it’s not Aaron.

#am

underthe-corktree:

why wait for a text that is never going to come when you can roll in glass, fall down 8 flights of stairs into a shark tank and then get hit by a speeding 18 wheeler and feel the same way

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sorelatable:

I hate when i lose something and my parents says “well i guess you didnt care about it enough” like you’ve lost me in a grocery store before so

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fuck-yourstandards:

In high school ya gotta learn that if you’re late you might as well be hella late and go have some breakfast or some shit

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Runners have an unspoken bond that’s unmatched in any other sport. We’re trusting of complete strangers. In every other group I’ve joined in my life, trust is earned gradually—it has to be proven. With most runners I’ve met, trust is assumed. We support each other immediately and without hesitation. More than any other group, my running friends are fiercely loyal. I don’t know why “good people run,” but I have a guess. We build relationships outside in nature, forcing us to leave the stress, anxiety, and societal pressures behind for just an hour or so. We leave the drama at work, family stress, and we just focus on the run. All we need to have a good time is a pair of shoes.

Joanna Reuland, marketing manager for the San Francisco Marathon in an interview here. (via malloryrunsthis)

SOOO true

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You have a place in my heart no one else ever could have.

Fitzgerald, F. Scott. The Ice Palace.

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