Terribly awkward. 18. Kai. Senior.
|Parents:||Don't forget to make us proud|
|Friends:||Don't forget to socialize|
|Teachers:||Don't forget to get A's|
|Strangers:||Don't forget to blend in|
|Opposite sex:||Don't forget to look good|
|Society:||Don't forget to be perfect|
|Tumblr:||Fuck the world, they're peasants. At least you haven't murdered somebody today|
|Tumblr:||But just in case you want to get away with it, here are some tips.|
Loki would like to know who is responsible for giving him a new saddle and bridle for Mother’s Day.
I would personally discourage anyone from coming forward as you will probably end up wearing it. Unless you’re into that sort of thing.
P.S. S.H.I.E.L.D. is not liable for any medical costs resulting from you being into that sort of thing.
don’t ever take me on a date to an aquarium because i will ignore you and spend the whole time looking at the fish
But, if you think about it, that’s all the more reason to go. The person you’re dating gets to sit back and watch you smile and have fun. All the while, he/she’s falling deeper in love with you.
thatS REALLY CUTE IM GONNA CRY
I’ve seen so many Mother’s Day gif sets. But I wanted to make a gifset dedicated to the girl who didn’t choose to become a mother, but had to. Nani. She was the best mother she could be to Lilo, and the best sister too.
She didn’t just lose her mother and father, with all the things she was doing wrong, she felt like she was losing her sister too.Nani, hardly gets recognition, and throughout the entire film she did everything she could and it seemed like the odds were against her. So, appreciation for Nani, as she’s one of the strongest, most realistic & realistic looking Disney character ever.
|me:||wait is that canon or did i read that in a fan fic|
I want the Doctor to take a kid as his companion.
A 14-15 year old kid who’s parents are fighting, has few friends, bad grades, and feels like complete shit before the Doctor comes.
No kissing, complicated relationships, confusion or stuff like that, just the Doctor taking a kid who doesn’t see much out of life for a ride.