Signal boost my ego

kaible:

catbountry:

zygoats:

zygoats:

a kid from my school sent me a pic an elaborate painting of atticus finch shirtless smoking a blunt while a colt 45 is being poured on him along with a text that read “hot dad 2: dad harder” and this is the closest thing to a sext I have ever received

found itimage

You neglected to mention the Tupac and Biggie cherubs how dare you.

look there’s a lot going on here it makes perfect sense that they’d forget some details

"It’s a sin to kill a mockingbird, but you just might tempt a motherfucker."

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bewbin:

bakrua:

bewbin:

Why do people drink alcohol it tastes disgusting

you don’t drink it for the taste. u drink shit like apple juice for the taste. you drink alcohol to get rid of the bad taste that every awful person in your life has left

you tellin me you cant get jacked up on pepsi?

I swear to god some people on this site are literally 12.

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My bf of 8 years broke up with me last month after fighting every other wknd non stop for the past year. A week later we talked, he apologized and we got back together and are trying to work things out. I feel like I was betrayed and it's hard to trust him now. What do I do? The break up was out of the blue and I thought I had lost him, he seems remorseful for being impulsive on breaking up but I still feel paranoid and self conscious :(
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emilyvgordon:

I definitely understand your paranoia and self-consciousness, but I don’t think it’s coming from this “out of the blue” breakup. I think it’s coming from the relationship itself.

Because here’s lesson #1: if you’ve been fighting every other weekend for a year and not working things out, a breakup, to me, sounds somewhat expected. Why were you so surprised? Fighting is a normal part of any relationship, but fighting as much as you two were fighting is not normal. 

Do you still love being with him? Love isn’t a trap you fall into and can’t get out of, it is an ongoing negotiation with yourself, another person, and your expectations of life. If you met your boyfriend today, would you want to be in a relationship with him? What is so important in this relationship that you believe it’s worth fighting constantly for? 

I have been in a similar situation to you in my life, in a relationship with a guy for so long that you forget that relationships are supposed to be fun and eye-opening and enriching, and you just think “let’s keep being together because we’ve been together for so long”. 

Unless either of you has gained some insight into your fighting, or made any changes in how you relate to each other, I don’t know that I disagree with him breaking up with you. Stop and ask yourself what you’re fighting so hard to hold on to, and ask yourself if it’s worth it.