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Love isn’t a state of perfect caring. It is an active noun like “struggle”… — Mr. Rogers

Love isn’t a state of perfect caring. It is an active noun like “struggle”… — Mr. Rogers

(via screamcorn)


But sometime in the late ’80s, fashion discovered semiotics. Clothes suddenly acquired meaning (think of the efforts to “decode” a Helmut Lang show or almost any by Martin Margiela). You truly needed to be an expert to appreciate why a jacket was worn inside out or why a dress that made you look like a bag lady was cool.
Cathy Horyn, ‘Sign of the Times’ (T magazine)

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Thank UUUUUUU ₍˄·͈༝·͈˄₎◞ ̑̑ෆ⃛ 🍑🍥🌸💗
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😊😊😊


Q
how r u and ur boyfriend?????
Anonymous
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I don’t have one lol.


(via liveyourlif3)


My mom thinks it’s really cute to ask me for all of my cash….NO.

Go away, I work really hard for it.


Lol,

I love when I forget my laptop is dying and I catch it RIGHT before.