- Me: ahh my lights just flickered
- Me: where's my salt
- Jes: lol omg i think mine just did too O_o
- Me: gahh
- Me: demons errywhere
- Jes: lol omg shut up
- Me: hahah sorry
- Jes: lol
- Me: i watch too much supernatural seriously lol
- Jes: hahahah
Holy gawd i <3 them soooo much!
Cause you know, that’s what I’m good at.
I always seem to be in this never ending loop and god help me if I can ever understand the workings of said loop.
I can’t ever seem to let someone else take the blame. I think its because most of the time, deep down, I feel like its really is my fault. The part that really bugs me is when I feel bad and I apologize, they in turn apologize for making me feel bad.
Don’t freakin apologize! It makes me feel worse. Call me a masochist but yell at me or something; be angry.
Maybe It’s just in my dna for people to find me weak and worth coddling. Maybe I look like I can’t be blamed. The thing that makes me feel bad is when people can’t see past my good natured personality and realize that I’m lazy and irresponsible.
People will say I’m not, that I try. Yes I do try, but nothing is coming out of it. It kills me that everyone is doing so much for me and I can’t do anything back.
It’s been like that my whole life.
Oh gawd I remember this scene and almost died from oxygen deprivation.
It’s not smart to deprive yourself of food to look good. You won’t look good, it’ll make you ugly. No food means no vitamins, no nutrients for your body. You’ll look like death warmed over.
Puking won’t help you either, sorry. It’ll make your stomach puffy from retained water, making you appear fatter. Not to mention the damage to your throat lining.
Did I mention this kind of thing could kill you?
Want to lose weight? Do it the old fashioned way. Watch what you eat, exercise and take your vitamins.
Don’t be a freakin idiot and take the fast route. And if you think beautiful is 5’6” and 95lbs then you need help.
I really wish I was in a club right now. With loud ass music and a killer bass. I’ll just go get lost on the dance floor.
I love the feeling of the bass thumbing, taking over the beat of your heart. You can feel it in your bones.
It’s times like those I feel a little closer to the primal side of life. I can totally understand why people use to dance around a campfire to the beat of a drum. It’s euphoric.
CHRIS COLFER, accepting his Golden Globe award for Best Supporting Actor on a TV series for Glee.
you are beautiful
I am so proud of Chris Colfer and of Kurt and of Glee in general — I cried.