Monthly Archives: March 2014

Oh, she knows what I think about and what I think about. One love, two mouths one love, one house. No shirts, no blouse. Just us, you find out nothing I wouldn’t wanna tell you ’bout. Advertisements

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It is idle to adjudicate upon the right and wrong of incidents that have already happened. It is useful to understand them and, if possible, to learn a lesson from them for the future. It is difficult to say for certain how a particular man would act in a particular set of circumstances. We can […]

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I like how you think about love.

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We must always be prepared for endless waves of transformation. Both of us deserve better than staying together because we’re afraid we’ll be destroyed if we don’t. Eat Pray Love

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It was impossible for me to regard Christianity as a perfect religion or the greatest of all religions. Gandhi

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“We hardly know one another.” “You can learn me.”

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21 Signs You Really Are Becoming An Adult

Originally posted on Hannah Gale:
1. Red wine. You paired it with steak ONCE and then it happened. A horrendous lifetime love affair. FFS. 2. Lemon. Not as in I’ll have a lemon and sugar pancake, as in, I’ll choose the zingy lemon dessert over the dirty, melty, scrumptious chocolate fudge cake. Oh. 3. Pains. Pains…

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My hesitancy in speech, which was once an annoyance, is now a pleasure. Its greatest benefit has been that is has taught me the economy of words. I have naturally formed the habit of restraining my thoughts. And I can now give myself the certificate that a thoughtless word hardly ever escapes my tongue or […]

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As I searched myself deeper, the necessity for changes both internal and external began to grow on me. Gandhi

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Oh, I’m famished; so I’ll eat your minerals. Like a rabid beast at a foolish feast; hmmm, I’ll steal your breath. Like a twisted thief with a mangled glove, it’s just my nature – I ruin love.

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