fartgallery:

hey guys I know its the middle of the night and im currently robbing you but I just heard a spooky noise in your kitchen and now im scared… can I sleep in here with you guys?

thepartyposse:

kohwala:

do celebrities even snapchat?

there has to be beyoncé rocking the quadruple chin out there somewhere 

foodtrucker:

I was born at an incredibly young age

thecutestofthecute:

jaclcfrost:

i hope that, wherever my hair ties go, they’re happy. that’s all that matters

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relahvant:

so apparently “normal” people sleep in the pm hours and wake up in the am hours???

automatically:

if you want a nice body, go get it. if you want to become a lawyer, study your ass off. if you want nice hair, pick a style and get it done. stop being afraid and motivate yourself. find yourself. find your happiness, because it’s out there waiting for you.

blunt:

cute black and white blog c:

blunt:

cute black and white blog c:

Anonymous
asks:
Hello I got in a relationship with someone who I don't really like, and it's eating me because i think maybe in somehow im hurting him but i just like how he takes care of me and so on and im afraid if i end things i'll miss him and regret ending things. one of my friends told me to end things and the other one told me to carry on and that i'll love him and care about him with time and im just so lost and idk what to do. - Bella

mental-health-advice:

Hello there,

There are a lot of questions to ask yourself when you are wondering on whether or not to break up with someone. For instance, does this relationship make you happy? Do you feel like you are wasting time in this relationship? Do you wonder if this relationship means the same thing to the both of you? Do you feel like you will find someone that can make you happier? I know it is hard to make such an important decision like this, but you need to take an objective look at this, or else it is not fair to either of you to continue it. Try writing it all out, as that can help focus your mind on what is truly important to consider. Make a list of pros and cons for your relationship, and include things like the answers to the questions above.

If you find that one side of the list is longer than the other, then that is probably your answer. More importantly, you need to feel in your heart what is right to do. I do not know everything that occurs in your relationship, and I can’t advise you on what is best. You should also really have a discussion with your boyfriend; it is not fair to him for him to be clueless about what your true feelings on it are. It is far better to have an honest, open relationship.

Lots of love,

Katherine