1. I feel like..

    … I annoy people a lot most times. it’s alright though because I feel like the people I annoy don’t come tell me about it.

    how can I change if you don’t tell me what I’m doing wrong?

    And then when people tell me, it’s in a really disrespectful way so I guess I do get a little hurt


    no big deal though. it’s all part of life. I’m at my highest right now, loving every day as it comes.

    I just hope the people around me know my impact is not my intention. I do really apologize if I don’t shut up or annoy you. think about it this way: if I didn’t value your impact, however long, in my life, I wouldn’t be bothering you.


    does that help?

     
  2. gang0fwolves:

    I love my skin!

    (Source: arthaemisia, via carbkingg)

     

  3. so happy I have a respectable, gay roommate.

    Idk I feel like so many gay men in my generation don’t respect themselves

    oh, and apparently we have the same tie


    so..yes

     
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  5. i-used-to-have-aheart:

    riverlight82:

    renenetest:

    archivistofnerddom:

    crashingdownonsugarglass:

    yatanis:

    Tonight’s The Night - s02e02

    DID JOHN BARROWMAN JUST SLAPPED PRINCE HARRY’S ASS???

    There is only one man who could get away with that and that man is John Barrowman.

    Please note that Prince Harry also slapped John Barrowman’s ass. That is a mutual high five/ass slap combo there, folks. IJS.

    I don’t know what on earth is happening here, but I LOVE EVERYONE IN THIS BAR.

    it gets better the longer you watch

    (via listen-to-the-guy-in-nyc)

     

  6. bw6:

    bw6:

    I wanna feel the bulge in your pants as we cuddle

    image

    (via ant0rm)

     
  7. (Source: iwatchforsasha, via stability)

     
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  9. thecutestofthecute:

    jaclcfrost:

    i hope that, wherever my hair ties go, they’re happy. that’s all that matters

    image

    (via nick-th3-human)

     
  10. did-you-kno:

    In 2009, the US Mint offered free shipping with the purchase of the new $1 coin, which was sold at face value. People charged them to cards that would gain frequent flyer miles, then used the coins they bought to pay their credit card bills. Source