“She moved on and I feel sorry for you, because she overlooked your flaws, your temper, your selfishness, your inability to love anyone but yourself. She could have anyone in the world, but she still chose you every time. All you are now is a crease in her past, a scar on her chest, a memory that fades faster than a photograph of you in a sealed box, hidden. Maybe now she will fight for someone who loves her, instead of someone who sucks the life out of her, never satisfied, even with her beating heart in his greedy hands.”—(via lilithelesbian13)
“I don’t have a fear of commitment. I have a fear of abandonment. We all screw things up. I screw things up, especially with people I love. I get needy, I get moody, I get distant, I want to be close, I get confused. I don’t understand all of it, but I keep pushing because I hope this thing, this universe, there’s no way that I’m the only person out there who wants something this bad, if I want it, someone else out there must too.”—
To install iOS 8 on your Apple device, you may have to free up some space by deleting apps and photos, clearing out your loft, selling your car, burning all your clothes and putting grandma into a home.
cons: -finding tops/dresses which fit -the lying on ur front issue -bras -wrapping urself in a towel (harder than it sounds) -they get cold in the bath bc theyre not in the water -back ache ow -swimming costumes and bikinis -“my eyes are up here” -running. like jfc -pAiNN during periods
“I’m the kind of person who likes to be by himself. To put a finer point on it, I’m the type of person who doesn’t find it painful to be alone. I find spending an hour or two every day running alone, not speaking to anyone, as well as four or five hours alone at my desk, to be neither difficult nor boring. I’ve had this tendency ever since I was young, when, given a choice, I much preferred reading books on my own or concentrating on listening to music over being with someone else. I could always think of things to do by myself.”—Haruki Murakami, What I Talk About When I Talk About Running (via mirroir)