i stared into the abyss, and an overused nietzche quote stared back at me
im such a fuckign jealous asshole i pretend like i dont care but i care so much im gonna explode
Me trying to save my academic career
this would cause problems, anatomically
“If I die, I will wait for you, do you understand? No matter how long. I will watch from beyond to make sure you live every year you have to its fullest, and then we’ll have so much to talk about when I see you again… (Bones)”
you can buy me the steven alan website
if u think u can buy my love than ur absolutely right buy me anime merch
Anonymous asked: Hey, I noticed your post that you say you don't have friends back home. I guess what I want to say is that that's really surprising. You're really social and bubbly, and always seem to get along well with others, and it seems a lot of people like you. And there seem to be a lot of people who enjoy your company.
haha. I used to internalize a lot of issues way back when—the bubbliness is more or less an act the more you get to know me.
Anyways, I think the longer I am away from home and my parents, the more socially normalized I’ve become, which has helped alot. If you scroll through [pls dont do this lls] you’ll see a lot more of those kinds of posts in the past. I’m glad my awkward phase has finally sort of shed, but whenever I’m home, it harkens back the *dark age*, and it’s effects kind of linger…the whole feeling of inadequacy, all of it. But. Thank god for college. am i right ladies
Thanks for taking the time to write something like this. It’s really nice to know that I’m not quite as clunky as I think I am, sometimes.
my friend’s boyfriend broke up with her via snapchat and if that doesn’t sum up the 21st century in one event i don’t know what does