This is my favorite thing
this is so very british
oh my god it gets better when you understand exactly how far he went
a guy that i actually really liked after a couple dates decided to take his ex girlfriend back today.
so obviously I made another date to compensate my feelings.
and my best friend just texted me a quote my nana told us when we were fighting over a boy when we were 15
“to get over one guy, just get under another one”
so I dedicate my year of filthy sex to her memory and teaching us to mend our hearts with someone elses cum.
this is why @tiffanybranco is my best friend. #nevergettingmarried #abestfriendcandream
"I can’t wait forever" is all that you said before you stood up.
you wont disappoint me, I can do that myself.
but Im glad that you’ve come.
now if you dont mind, leave.
leave, and free yourself at the same time.
leave. I don’t understand you’ve already gone.
I hope you feel better now that its out.
what took you so long?
the truth has a habit of falling out of your mouth
now that if its come, if you don’t mind, leave.
leave, and please yourself at the same time
leave. let go of my hand,
you’ve said what you had to.
I wonder if you could ever despise me when you know I really tried
to be a better one to satisfy you; for you’re everything to me.
and I’ll do what you ask me if you let me be free.
if you want me, satisfy me.
how i met my favorite cover of this song
Call Your Girlfriend - Cristin Milioti
I’ve become unreasonably obsessed with this cover in the past week.
Mosh Pits (Human and Otherwise) by Dan Witz
Dan Witz (born 1957) is a Brooklyn, NY based street artist and realist painter that has recently been desribed as one of the greatest artist of his generation.
He grew up in Chicago, IL, and graduated in 1981 from Cooper Union, on New York City’s Lower East Side. Witz, consistently active since the late 1970s, is one of the pioneers of the street art movement.
In recent years Witz has turned to painting, mining the city of New York for inspiration and combining traditional and digital tools in his intensive processes. He begins with digital photographs, edits them in Photoshop, and then prints the images onto canvas as achromatic underpaintings. Like the Dutch masters, Witz then applies color with traditional glazing techniques, allowing him to create illusions of depth, form, light, and shadow, as in Big Mosh Pit (2007), for which he drew on his experiences as a musician in the 1980s for subject matter. via artsy.net
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hey my ex finaces birthday was yesterday meaning I moved back to MA almost two years ago. please kill me.