My Facebook statuses are just
look at these boots and tell me you dont immediately want to go adventuring in them holy shit i love these shoes so much
so i was looking up off bug spray ads and i was expecting to see some lady on a lawn chair with a bottle of bug spray but instead i saw
then i came across this gem
and this last one was pure gold
god bless you off bug spray
I see a lot of people talk about Skype since it’s probably one of the biggest instant messaging systems around the world. Though, I’m surprised more people don’t talk…
You see three items before you:
A wig that can become any colour/style and never frizzes/goes out of place.
A needle/thread that can match any fabric and easily creates seams that never rip (can be used in a machine too).
Contacts that match your prescription if you have one and can become any colour/size that never dry out so you could theoretically leave them in forever.
You can only take one. Which one do you take?
My hands reached his neck. My fingers slipped across the blood edging his face. Even his freckles were hidden.
“You can’t sit here.” This isn’t fun.
“You can’t rest yet.” This is horrible.
“We’ve got stuff to do.” I want to stop.
“We’ve got to get home.” I want Marco.
“We’re going to be heroes, remember?”
“Please…” I clutched at the bloodied collar, burying my head into the shoulder that was still clean. “Please get up.”
Acting AU! Jean finally catches his acting big break in the form of an action-packed movie, where he is forced to work closely with a certain freckled co-star. Cue an instant friendship, Jean being floored in more ways than one, and surprisingly poor attempts at hiding blossoming feelings considering they are both actors. Playing Off Him is generally sweet and easy to read, and balances out the heavy with the light.
Omg this is incredible.
|—||Abbie Nielsen, Dear Future Daughter (via octobermoe)|
me in online social situations
me in real life social situations