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pleasestopbeingsad:

things life is too short for:
- hating yourself
- pretending to laugh at “jokes” that are actually just bigoted statements
- not singing along to your favorite songs
- waiting hours to text someone back just to look cool
- bad coffee
- bad books
- mean people
- body shaming
- letting other people dictate your life
- larry’s storyline

Posted on July 28 with 34,857 notes at 8:59 am · reblog
#the LAST ONE

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Posted on July 28 with 53,736 notes at 8:57 am · reblog

What too many girls say in the mirror:
Ughh... my thighs.. my hair... my face.. my stomach.. I hate everything
What every girl should be saying in the mirror:
Goddamn, well hello there cutie patootie with the A + bootie
Posted on July 23 with 10,856 notes at 9:25 am · reblog

drunktrophywife:

I used to make fun of plankton for being in a relationship with his computer but now look at me

Posted on July 15 with 199,564 notes at 8:50 am · reblog

Update:

It feels like I’m not on as much, sorry :(

Anyway I just got back from visiting my great-aunt in Nantou. We went to Sun Moon Lake and I got to take a lot of great pictures. The nature and scenery in Taiwan is amazing. I’m back at my grandparent’s house, and I don’t really know what the plan is but I think my grandma’s going to take my sister and I shopping for some clothes and shoes later on this week. 

If you’re interested I’m posting way more on my instagram than tumblr right now (@jessiemh_), so you can follow me there. I usually follow back just make sure you message me your username so I know where you’re coming from! :) 

Posted on July 13 at 10:40 pm · reblog
#thoughts

six word story: 7/13/14

mentacity:

it takes confidence to accept happiness

Posted on July 13 with 13 notes at 10:03 pm · reblog

six word story: 7/12/14

mentacity:

i don’t know where home is

Posted on July 11 with 17 notes at 11:46 pm · reblog

When you return to the states will you continue Veganism? Do you think you would incorporate fish into your diet? xx

from Anonymous


No I’m going back to veganism. I’m just doing whatever I have to do right now

Posted on July 11 with 1 note at 5:59 am · reblog

soulflowur:

first time in a while that I wore civilized people clothes

youre so fucking cute wut

soulflowur:

first time in a while that I wore civilized people clothes

youre so fucking cute wut

Posted on July 10 with 51 notes at 11:02 pm · reblog
#cuties

Update:

Hiiiii

So I’ve been in Taiwan for over a week. 

Yup so that’s that. Hope all your summers are going well x

Posted on July 10 with 3 notes at 11:01 pm · reblog
#thoughts

Book Talk: The City of Ember (Book of Ember, #1)

ffanatics:

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I don’t think I enjoyed this as much as I would have had I been ten or maybe twelve at the latest. The problem, for me at least, was how convenient multiple events were, some of the characters’ behaviors, and how rushed and anticlimactic the overall mystery was. This is a children’s novel however, and I shouldn’t have expected to be “mind-blown”. It’s just when you experience series like Harry Potter and Percy Jackson (that are considered children’s books), you kind of forget that not all books and series are created equally.

In the City of Ember, about 241 year ago the “Builders” created an underground city to protect the human population and ensure its continuation. They left a box with instructions for the citizens of the new city to open and use when the time was safe to do so. These instructions would lead the people of Ember out from underground and back to open air, where presumably the world threatening event would have passed and the human population could carry on with their lives. It gets tricky now; each mayor of the city was supposed to protect the box and pass it down to their successor. The seventh mayor however, became ill and weak, and in hopes of saving himself, he attempts to open the box. This apparently weakens him (he only manages to dent the box) and he dies before he can pass its information down to the next mayor. Eventually when the timer goes off and the box unlocks, the information that hadn’t been passed isn’t used, and no one realizes its time to get out. Ember continues and its supplies start to run out and the city begins to deteriorate. The book essentially follows two kids, Lina and Doon, and their attempt to save its citizens and find a way out of Ember.

It’s a very interesting plot, but the story just didn’t unfold in a way someone my age could appreciate (I’m speaking for myself of course; there are obviously exceptions and different opinions). Because most of my concerns contain spoilers, I’m going to be discussing the majority of this review under a read more tab below. 

Overall, this is an okay book for children. Personally, I’d recommend something more fast paced, adventurous, and meaningful; i.e. The Giver, Harry Potter, Percy Jackson, or maybe The Chronicles of Narnia (I haven’t read this one in awhile). It was not a complete disaster though; DuPrau has a great writing style that’s very easy to follow, and nice to have when you just want a quick and easy read. Nay for me, but definitely let your kids try the book out (my younger brother loved it).

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Posted on July 9 with 1 note at 7:07 am · reblog

omgphantastic:

cooldadmemes:

dntdodrugs:

I’m sweating cause this dudes game shits on mine


GOD FUCKING DAMMIT





not only is this line impossible to pull off but I think my friends hate me

omgphantastic:

cooldadmemes:

dntdodrugs:

I’m sweating cause this dudes game shits on mine

GOD FUCKING DAMMIT

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not only is this line impossible to pull off but I think my friends hate me

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Posted on July 9 with 710,927 notes at 7:01 am · reblog

› Book Talk: Everybody Sees the Ants

ffanatics:

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Honestly, one of the best contemporary novels I’ve come across in a long time. Here’s a novel that deals with heavy issues (bullying, death, abuse, suicide, depression, and etc.) but makes its message universal to everyone. Age, gender, race…we have all been there where someone or…

Posted on July 8 with 1 note at 12:57 am · reblog

six word story: 7/7/14

mentacity:

everyone just wants to control me

Posted on July 7 with 10 notes at 9:03 pm · reblog

six word story: 7/6/14

mentacity:

sometimes just being there is enough

Posted on July 6 with 12 notes at 11:23 pm · reblog