It's not going to be easy, but it will be worth it

minimist:

but why are crop tops more expensive than normal tops

people underestimate my ability to cut them out of my life when they fuck me over

shingeki-no-kou:

I wish boobs did the bra thing without having to wear the bra

postllimit:

i really hate it when i’m trying to be cute on snapchat and take a selfie like so

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but then the app lags for like 20 years and i end up capturing my true form 

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no thank you

aztec-child:

be kind to your mind, body, and others ☾✩

aztec-child:

be kind to your mind, body, and others ☾✩

flamingegg:

pros to dating me:

  • i’ll actually respond to ur text
  • u can literally kiss me whenever u want (esp random neck kisses like yes please)
  • we can hold hands
  • butt touches
  • cuddles? ? ? yes good
  • i’ll play with your hair
  • u don’t have to worry about me liking other people bc i’m annoyed by almost everyone
  • smooches

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rosyblush:

fuchsiella:

♡ rosy blog♡
epic photoshop mistakes omfg!

 

f0xkit:

lilgivenchyprincess:

oh my god

What a beautiful angel I want everyone to watch this

equality-not-revenge:

lucifernix:

aestheticstateofmind:

I’m reblogging this again because I love the message behind it and I think it needs to be passed on.

My mother let us choose. My brother and I decided that religion just wasn’t for us. She reacted neutrally and we were not baptised, nor did we make our first holy communion.My sister chose religion. She woke my mum up every Said “its time to go to church”. She was baptised at 8 years old when she was able to do it for herself, read the relevant parts herself, and knew the choices she was making rather than it being made for her. And she was so happy. Religion should be a choice, and one that you are fully consenting and happy to make.She’s now 12 and she still has the cross that was a gift at her baptism above her bed, and still reads her little bible from time to time. She doesn’t attend church any more, because she doesn’t feel that church is necessary to have a god. I am an atheist, as I have stated. But I’m here for her if she ever wants to talk to me about her religion and all things associated.That is how religion should be. For everyone.

This is such a beautiful message.

equality-not-revenge:

lucifernix:

aestheticstateofmind:

I’m reblogging this again because I love the message behind it and I think it needs to be passed on.

My mother let us choose. My brother and I decided that religion just wasn’t for us. She reacted neutrally and we were not baptised, nor did we make our first holy communion.

My sister chose religion. She woke my mum up every Said “its time to go to church”. She was baptised at 8 years old when she was able to do it for herself, read the relevant parts herself, and knew the choices she was making rather than it being made for her. And she was so happy. Religion should be a choice, and one that you are fully consenting and happy to make.

She’s now 12 and she still has the cross that was a gift at her baptism above her bed, and still reads her little bible from time to time. She doesn’t attend church any more, because she doesn’t feel that church is necessary to have a god.

I am an atheist, as I have stated. But I’m here for her if she ever wants to talk to me about her religion and all things associated.

That is how religion should be. For everyone.

This is such a beautiful message.

tiffanyandco:

“Portofino in the ’60s was magic. Women in bright silk, each with a gardenia in their hand. The bottle started then, in my mind.” —Elsa Peretti 

tiffanyandco:

“Portofino in the ’60s was magic. Women in bright silk, each with a gardenia in their hand. The bottle started then, in my mind.” —Elsa Peretti