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" It's a big, bad world full of twists and turns, and people have a way of blinking and missing the moment... the moment that could've changed everything." Flora Heimer

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Just in time for our Valentine Art Exchange! Valentine sending will start on Wednesday. Don’t forget to submit yours.

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Pokeball Valentines by dareatlas


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I guess my main worry is that people will start hating what I hate about myself. I worry that everyone will think I am really annoying and just want me to shut up. Which would make so much sense because I annoy myself… I guess I want people to know that if they are annoyed with me, I get it, it’s totally cool. Please forgive me.

I guess my main worry is that people will start hating what I hate about myself. I worry that everyone will think I am really annoying and just want me to shut up. Which would make so much sense because I annoy myself… I guess I want people to know that if they are annoyed with me, I get it, it’s totally cool. Please forgive me.

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Gillian Anderson photographed by The Sunday Telegraph.

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Keira Knightley in Atonement, 2007.

Keira Knightley in Atonement, 2007.

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Once upon a time, somewhere miles and miles beneath the surface of the ocean there lived a young octopus named Nina. Nina spent most of her time alone making strange creations out of rocks and shells. She was very happy. But then on Monday the shark showed up. "What’s your name?" said the shark. "Nina." she replied. "Do you wanna be my friend?" he asked. "OK. What do I have to do?" said Nina. "Not much." Said the shark. "Just… let me eat one of your arms." Nina had never had a friend before so she wondered if this is what you had to do to get one. She looked down at her eight arms and decided it wouldn’t be so bad to give up one, so she donated an arm to her wonderful new friend. Every day that week Nina and the shark would play together. They explored caves, built castles of sand, and swam really, really fast and every night the shark would be hungry and Nina would give him another one of her arms to eat. One Sunday after playing all day the shark told Nina that he was very hungry. "I don’t understand." She said. "I’ve already given you 6 of my arms and now you want one more?" The shark looked at her with a friendly smile and said, “I don’t want one. This time I want them all.” "But why?" Nina asked.and the shark replied, “Because that’s what friends are for.” When the shark finished his meal he felt very sad and lonely. He missed having someone to explore caves, build castles and swim really, really fast with. He missed Nina very much, so he swam away to find another friend.

I love “Short Term 12”, especially this story. it’s sad but somehow, true.

edenliaothewomb:

Once upon a time, somewhere miles and miles beneath the surface of the ocean there lived a young octopus named Nina. Nina spent most of her time alone making strange creations out of rocks and shells. She was very happy. But then on Monday the shark showed up. 
"What’s your name?" said the shark. 
"Nina." she replied. 
"Do you wanna be my friend?" he asked. 
"OK. What do I have to do?" said Nina. 
"Not much." Said the shark. 
"Just… let me eat one of your arms." 
Nina had never had a friend before so she wondered if this is what you had to do to get one. She looked down at her eight arms and decided it wouldn’t be so bad to give up one, so she donated an arm to her wonderful new friend. Every day that week Nina and the shark would play together. They explored caves, built castles of sand, and swam really, really fast and every night the shark would be hungry and Nina would give him another one of her arms to eat. One Sunday after playing all day the shark told Nina that he was very hungry. 
"I don’t understand." She said. 
"I’ve already given you 6 of my arms and now you want one more?" 
The shark looked at her with a friendly smile and said, “I don’t want one. This time I want them all.” 
"But why?" Nina asked.

and the shark replied, “Because that’s what friends are for.” 

When the shark finished his meal he felt very sad and lonely. He missed having someone to explore caves, build castles and swim really, really fast with. He missed Nina very much, so he swam away to find another friend.

I love “Short Term 12”, especially this story. it’s sad but somehow, true.




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Looking in my eyes so you know what it’s like to live a life not knowing what a normal life’s like.