I'm Nicole. I'm 22 and go to school for English and Spanish. I like to write poetry and stories. I love manga and anime. I am happily engaged.
MY PARENTS ARE HAVING A NEW YEARS PARTY AND I WAS IN MY ROOM ON TUMBLR AND THEN I HEARD THE BEGINNING OF A THIS AINT A SCENE ITS AND GODDAMN ARMS RACE AND I RAN DOWN THE STAIRS AND AS SOON AS MY BROTHER SAW ME HE SAIDF, “I TOLD YOU, IF WE PLAY THAT MUSIC, SHE WILL COME”
When I say I want to read the book before seeing the movie, I don’t want brownie points or bragging rights. I want to be able to read the book with my imagined world and idea of the characters without the movie’s influence at least once. After you see the movie there’s always some part of it that sticks in your head for a long time and you lose the enjoyment of making it up yourself.
thank you so much for putting it into words
You’re in love with him, and he’s in love with you, and it’s like a goddamn tragedy, because you look at him and see the stars, and he looks at you and sees the sun. And you both think the other is just looking at the ground.
He likes it, just look at his expression in the last one. :p
"Are you wearing the-"
The Chanel Boots? Yeah, I am.
"Just kiss like normal people kiss"
I love them so so much
This week on our Design and Violence blog, singer/songwriter and activist Angélique Kidjo writes about Amnesty International’s female genital mutilation awareness campaign.
[Volontaire (est. 2009) for Amnesty International (est. 1961). Creatives: Malin Åkersten Triumf (Swedish, b. 1976), Yasin Lekorchi (Swedish, b. 1973). Photo: Niklas Alm (Swedish, b. 1986)/Vostro. FGM rose poster. 2009. Dimensions variable. Image courtesy of Volontaire. This poster was created for Amnesty International to use for free, worldwide, in campaigning against Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)]
This is really important!