3. "I wonder how biology can explain the physical pain you feel in your chest when all you want to do is be with someone."
    — Dan Howell (via bl-ossomed)

    (Source: phanjam, via chasinqstarlight)


  5. "Even if you know what’s coming, you’re never prepared for how it feels."
    — Natalie Standiford, How to Say Goodbye in Robot (via larmoyante)

    (via serendipiit-y)


  6. winxhesters:




    why couldn’t i be born with an older brother who is my best friend and has hot friends that flirt with me and drives me places like mcdonalds when im sad and punches rude boys in the face for me.

    My brother once sat on me and farted until I passed out

    my brother duct taped me to a treadmill and turned it to the highest setting once

    when I was four my brother locked me in a ferret cage for an hour on Christmas Eve

    (via sparrows-freedom)


  10. "When something happens to you, you have two choices in how to deal with it. You can either get bitter, or get better."
    — Donald Miller (via theglasschild)

    (Source: kari-shma, via sparrows-freedom)


  11. autumnography:

    That sad moment when “home” is literally anywhere except where you grew up.

    (via irrupti0n)


  12. Anonymous said: Literally the struggle with having Indian parents. I hope everything is alright <3


    faking a smile and staying silent is usually the way to get by.


  13. maiden-india:

    Indian parents really need to watch what they say to their kids. Being a parent doesn’t mean you can be snide, rude, disrespectful and hurtful and expect me to take it. But of course you will because you think being a parent comes with the right to do all those things. 

    I promise to never, ever be the kind of mother that mine is to me, or at least hope that my daughter will turn around and tell me off as I never can and never will be able to. 

    (via irrupti0n)

  14. audrobinson:

    The best.

    (via denim-and-pearls)