fingers crossed.

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braydaaan:

do you ever just realise you’re almost an adult and you have no money 

do you ever realize you are an adult and you have no money

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micdotcom:

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The Orphan Black Cast on Tatiana Maslany
↳ Tatiana’s dedication, strength, spunk, friendliness and professionalism have infused the entire crew with a love for the show and a standard of working. She knows everyone’s names, says hello to everyone regardless of where they are on the so-called totem pole, is always kind regardless of how exhausted she is…and has garnered so much respect from everyone. It’s really special, and she is really special. – Kathryn Alexandre

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slutdropped:

Not being able to kiss someone you really rEALLY REALLY wanna kiss is kinda sad and very dumb.

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I’m a firm believer that constantly trying to get your stuff together can ironically make you fall apart. I think that while you’re in your 20’s you’re allowed to avoid answering questions you don’t want to, such as “what are your plans now?” or “how does a pretty girl like you not have a boyfriend?” or “when am I ever going to get grandchildren?” And I think that “I don’t know, I have other priorities,” is a perfectly acceptable answer that doesn’t need any further explanation. I think your 20’s are for growing as an individual and finding a balance between working to pay the bills that are piling up on the counter and eating Oreos & peanut butter in your jammies, watching Arthur all day. Your 20’s are for figuring out what you want in life, because let’s face it, very few of us actually have that planned out at 17. Your 20’s are for exploring and discovering. And who knows, maybe tomorrow I’ll discover that all of this pish-posh means absolutely nothing. But that’s what your 20’s are for, right?

—It’s 4:15am and I’m on my mom’s couch. (via braveand—wild)

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