"I no longer have the energy for meaningless friendships, forced interactions or unnecessary conversations. If we don’t vibrate on the same frequency there’s just no reason for us to waste our time. I’d rather have no one and wait for substance than to not feel someone and fake the funk."
— Joquesse Eugenia (via diveinme)

(Source: wnderlst)

Current mood: Succubus.

the-asgardian-tardis-at-221b:

assiest:

every sentence is a sexual innuendo if you think long and hard about it

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isaacmarionsbigwords:

when u living in a surreal nightmare world and bae leaves you to take care of your monster baby by yourself

Falling for someone predominantly based on their aesthetic appeal is the simple route. It satisfies immediate urges and biological instincts, and saves you the trouble of having to delve deeply into your own psyche to explore what it is you truly want and need in a partner as well as what you have to give. It also makes it easier to walk away when the attraction has run its course, knowing that another pretty face will come along.

But if it’s the other person’s brain and spirit that send your synapses into overload, traversing the pathway to love becomes much more complicated. Those connections are rare and nearly impossible to forget. It’s like staring into the sun — once you’ve seen the light inside them, their image is burned into your mind’s eye. And with it comes a powerful need for what they have to offer — laughter, understanding, companionship. They make you better simply by being near. You can’t quite remember how life was before you met them, and you can’t imagine a future without them.

As the feelings grow, so does the attraction until their unique beauty eclipses all others. But this time, you can’t just walk away.

grandmafupa:

Painfully average looking with a great sense of humor and always down to get drunk

cyoung13:

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This story was published in the Sept. 16, 1913, edition of The New York Evening World.

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