And when I asked you how you’d been, I meant I missed you more than I’ve ever missed anything before.
― Iain Thomas, I Wrote This For You (via lovely—delight)
Be with someone who would drive five hours, just to see you for one.
― Latelycravingmore (via latelycravingmore)
When 12-year-old girls are watching something like the CW’s long-running campy drama One Tree Hill (which aired from 2003-2012), in which actors like 25-year-old Hilarie Burton played 17-year-old cheerleader Peyton Sawyer, they’re not seeing an accurate portrayal of their future on screen. They’re seeing a glamorized vision of some executive’s idealized version of high school instead. When a real 16-year-old cheerleader flips on the CW and sees fellow pompom shakers who look like Burton or costar Sophia Bush, also well beyond her high school years, they’re looking at themselves at wondering why they don’t look like that in their uniform. Here’s the secret: they didn’t when they were 16, either.
― Samantha Wilson, Why Teenagers Need to Play Teenagers On Screen (via thunderboltandlightning)

ringokotomi:

Have you ever just looked at someone and thought, “I really love you”. They’re just talking or humming or watching a movie or reading a book or laughing or something, and there’s something about them in that moment that makes you think, “I just really love you”

brook:

samurott:

why do chihuahuas looks like they are scared the whole time

who wouldn’t be afraid in this economy