Life’s too short to drink crappy coffee and cry over boys who don’t care.
Matty Healy (the 1975)

This guy my friend had sex with is luring her back in by showing her a $350 purse he bought for her. She feels like she’s entitled to it because she had sex with him, plus it’s non-returnable because it was custom made. She doesn’t plan on being in a relationship with him because she felt used when he had sex with her…. Should she take the purse?

So go on, live your life
So go on, say goodbye
So many questions but I don’t ask why
So this time I won’t even try
Hush hush now

When I try to forget you
I just keep on remembering
What we had was so true
But somewhere we lost everything
Childhood is this time of magic and monsters; hoping for one and fearing the other… The worst part of being a kid is discovering which one exists… So, I chose to believe in magic.
Thomm Quackenbush, We Shadows
November 15, 2013 - 12:44 AM

For some reason, I remembered my ex, and then I started to cry. I should be over him, what’s wrong with me? :( I just want to find a nice girl, or guy who I won’t have to worry about cheating on me, and who can take care of me and make me enjoy living a bit more. I want to be satisfied alone, but I can’t be happy whenever I can’t even support myself. I wish life could be a bit more easy, but I know that there are people who have it far worse than I have it, so why do I complain so much? Why can’t I just be happy about what I have? 


Crossmen’s 2013 colorguard at Southlake, Texas X

I miss this.

Why do our feelings have to seem so strong when we’re so small and insignificant, living in such an infinitely-growing universe?

Life’s too short to even care at all, oh
I’m losing my mind losing my mind losing control, oh oh

If I could find a way to see this straight
I’d run away
To some fortune that I, I should have found by now

So I run now to the things they said could restore me
Restore life the way it should be
I’m waiting for this cough syrup to come down

Dear person I had a crush on,

You’ve helped me change quite a bit, and I feel like a better person since I’ve met you. However, I feel like you’re being indecisive on how you really feel about me and where you see us in our relationship. I’ve decided that these changes that I’ve been making in my habits and in my life are no longer to have you, but to better myself for myself. I do wish you could be honest with me about how you truly feel. I promise that whatever you tell me, whether good, sad, or bad, I won’t cry or make you feel uncomfortable. I’m able to handle myself in similar situations, and I’d rather be told a truth that may hurt, than hope for something that isn’t going to happen. Even if you couldn’t see us being together, I feel like I’ve found a friend for life.