hey, whatcha doing? are these the internets? can I internet too?
This seems familiar…
The fact the dog looks back at him in the last image just sells this.
You are ruining my life and your human is attractive.
i did it again
Elsa, the Pizza Queen
not pizza hut or papa joe’s
my pizzas are for the pros
i don’t care
what they’re going to pay
let the customers in
cheap tuesdays never bothered me anyway
I did not mean for this to go this far….
Walt Disney Pictures presents: Baked
re-think that title
since we can’t call it baked can we call it: fresh, never frozen
So I have been talking to this guy I really like for about a month now, and I was at work one day, and he surprises me, holding my favourite Starbucks drink. I had lent him the book Looking For Alaska, because he said he never really enjoyed reading, and I told him this book would change that. So he told me he was done with it, and he took me home from work. We get in front of my house and he’s like “I want another book!” So I told him I’d run inside and get him Paper Towns.
As I was getting out he grabs me by my hand and says, “Wait! there’s this quote I wanted to show you on page… 123, I think. I like it a lot and I’m surprised you didn’t highlight it!”
And so I turn to the page, and there is this post it note pointing to that sentence.
I was asked out via a John Green book.
You hold onto that boy and never let him go.
When’s the wedding?
JOHN GREEN NEEDS TO SEE THIS
MARRY THAT BOY.
MAKE JOHN GREEN FIND THE THING
John Green needs to see the thing.
JOHN FIND THE THING
Knowing you’re the last generation to remember life before the internet…
That’s the scary thing about theatre—it doesn’t live on. But that’s actually the most beautiful thing about it, too. That’s why it’s more beautiful than film and certainly more beautiful than television, because it’s like life. Real life.
Any picture that you take or any video that you make of yourself is not really you- it’s only an image that represents the experience you had. In theater, the process of it is the experience. Everyone goes through the process, and everyone has the experience together.
It doesn’t last—only in people’s memories and in their hearts. That’s the beauty and sadness of it. But that’s life—beauty and the sadness. And that is why theater is life.
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I’m here if any of you need to talk<3
The best part is, this post actually does something, it offers support, unlike one of those useless “reblog if you care” posts.
getting attached to someone online is scary as hell though
something could happen to them and things happen to them every day that you may never know about
they could just never come online again
they could decide to just stop talking to you and that would be it it’s not as if you’ll pass by them in a hallway or see them at the store
you’d never know what happened to them
and that’s terrifying
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