man, networks should really start paying tumblr people to gif or to make edits of their shows
the stuff tumblr users create are way better than those on the ‘official’ pages
When he gets mad at you for choosing your family over him, leave him.
I think one of the reasons why some people choose not to be friends with their exes is that it’s so easy to go back to how things were because of the familiarity of it all. It’s so easy to slip back to old habits and then call them something new. “Oh, I’m just going to see a movie with him. Just as friends. Harmless really.” And so these movies turn to dinner dates and to outings and then in a moment, when he reaches for your hand and you gaze into his eyes, you realize that nothing has changed. Yet things are supposed to change, aren’t they? Living in the past won’t do you any good.
You would think that because you got used to it easily, you’d be able to let go of it easily too.
I found that that is never the case.
The feeling of loss hits us hard and deep when it’s gone.
I played well, mind you. I knew the best places to hide, I sneaked around like a ninja, I laughed to myself at my playmates who chose to hide in such obvious locations. And because of this, no one ever found me and I came out of my hiding place only when the noise of my friends died down. They looked at me like a winner because I hid well, but I didn’t feel like such. It was a depressing thought that they didn’t believe I was worth the effort and energy to look around for.
So when someone goes, “Wow, the typos you make are amazing”, I have no idea what to say.
I mean, is this person appreciating the graphics I made? Or is this person being really deep and is telling me that my ‘typos’, aka mistakes, are beautiful because they help me grow into a better person?
Btw, the graphics I make are not typographies. Google ‘typography’ to see the real deal.