(Source: sandandglass)

It’s so beautiful to kiss
who actually
means a lot to you.

Alena M.  (via girlsjunk)

(Source: 400eurojob)




Jon tweeted a link to this story, it’s incredible

forgiveness is a possible thing.

Holy shit



Told this girl to text me when she got home… I think she homeless

Never laughed so much over the truth

(Source: raiseusfromperdition)



every year after you turn 17 you get further away from being the age of the dancing queen and that’s my least favorite thing about growing up

ah but when you turn 34 you’re two dancing queens and thus having twice the time of your life. and at 51 you become the dancing triumvirate and three golden crowns are forged in your honor

lots to look forward to


my friendship comes in 3 levels:

1) sass 

2) insults

3) inappropriate sexual humor. 


The good vibe

We are Generation X,
self medicating out of plastic baggies and cellophane burned closed.
We are Generation X,
romanticizing unhealthy relationships because our parents taught us how to read at four but forgot to show us how to love ourselves.
We are Generation X,
middle fingers in the air plastered across social media—hashtag yolo.
We are Generation X,
comparing our lovers to ocean waves that fill our lungs while our jaws were dropped at their beauty.
We are Generation X,
crimson tallies on our wrists that lie like little red flags of the places we’ve been before.
We are Generation X,
can’t name the past 15 presidents, but there’s an app for that.
We are Generation X,
glorifying mental illness to create a new personality trait.
We are Generation X,
gotta drown in debt and anxiety to climb that corporate ladder.
We are Generation X,
maximum hours on minimum wage and skipping groceries to make rent on time.
We are Generation X,
fingers down our throats to fit in the crop tops and high waisted shorts those cover girls are wearing.
We are Generation X,
taught what to think but not how.
We are Generation X,
sipping on bottles at 14 to forget the way he claimed you were the lucky one to have him forced inside of you.
We are Generation X,
can name America’s Next Top Model but not the countries our troops are fighting in.
We are Generation X,
a selfie a day keeps the self loathing away.
We are Generation X,
publicize our lives online but shiver at the only set of eyes in the mirror.
We are Generation X,
pick a life-long career at 17 but too young to declare your attraction to the same sex.
We are Generation X,
not enough time for school work but running three separate social media sites.
We are Generation X,
2.3 million dollars spent on a commercial, ‘for fifteen cents a day you can feed a needy family.’
We are Generation X,
rags to riches to a sense of entitlement.
We are Generation X,
trying to figure out why we feel so hollow come nite fall.

(trm) Generation X (via acutelesbian)


This fucking kid pulls out a George Foreman grill during my lunch period in school and just starts making grilled cheese