Gave Puppy a top knot because her hair is too long
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I read several dozen stories a year from miserable, lonely guys who insist that women won’t come near them despite the fact that they are just the nicest guys in the world.
..I’m asking what do you offer? Are you smart? Funny? Interesting? Talented? Ambitious? Creative? OK, now what do you do to demonstrate those attributes to the world? Don’t say that you’re a nice guy — that’s the bare minimum.
“Well, I’m not sexist or racist or greedy or shallow or abusive! Not like those other douchebags!”
I’m sorry, I know that this is hard to hear, but if all you can do is list a bunch of faults you don’t have, then back the fuck away..
..Don’t complain about how girls fall for jerks; they fall for those jerks because those jerks have other things they can offer. “But I’m a great listener!” Are you? Because you’re willing to sit quietly in exchange for the chance to be in the proximity of a pretty girl (and spend every second imagining how soft her skin must be)? Well guess what, there’s another guy in her life who also knows how to do that, and he can play the guitar. Saying that you’re a nice guy is like a restaurant whose only selling point is that the food doesn’t make you sick. You’re like a new movie whose title is This Movie Is in English, and its tagline is “The actors are clearly visible”."
Glass Sculptures by Ben Young
Hand drawn and hand cut glass which are layered to create each unique piece of artwork."I love watching the two dimensional shapes evolve into three-dimensional creations and the different way the light plays inside the glass. I love the liquid qualities the glass"
"Date someone who gives you the same feeling of when you see your food coming at a restaurant"
THE REALEST THING I HAVE EVER READ (via floricawild)
eat something that gives you the same feeling of dating someone who gives you the same feeling of when you see your food coming at a restaurant - @basquavita
I know we get to see each other in a month. I know that.
But that doesn’t stop me missing her every second of every day that we’re apart.
I miss everything about her. I miss the way she sleeps; alternating between a curled up ball and a spread-eagled, face-down-in-the-pillow position. I miss her obnoxious alarm ringtone; a shrieking, high pitched, 6am wail which she greets every morning with an unperturbed sigh before rolling out of bed determinedly. I miss her ‘I’m working,’ face, a furrow of thin lines forming on her forehead, mouth slightly open with concentration. I miss the way she walks, a flat-footed, slightly wonky side step, amusing yet whole-heartedly endearing. I miss the feel of her hand in mine, her warm fingers curved around my palm, constantly fidgeting, never still. I miss waking up next to her, and seeing (despite my clouded vision) her big sleepy brown eyes blinking back at me expectantly.
This will never get easier. But I know that in a few years time, we will look back at these days with a sort of nostalgic indifference. These struggles keep us fighting for each other. They keep us strong. They keep us going."
Lucy Sutcliffe talks about Kaelyn Petras, blog post November 7, 2012 (via thatgirlyouarelookingat)