it has been foreseen that i don't give a frick frack
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Do you think death
gets to pick
who he chooses to love
and take away?
Why does he choose the ones
who have already been kissed
by the other side?
Because the first time
he came close to you,
he wasn’t ready to
commit theft
And out of the blue,
he decided he wanted you again
and there you are standing
next to his side.
He didn’t even ask for your consent,
nor did he ask for ours.
But he chose you
and I will spend my life wondering
why you
and why so soon. By

A Story A Day #212 by M.D.L

(via mingdliu)

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In terms of my upbringing, I’m very lucky that my parents brought me up in the way that they did. I was always taught that everyone is equal, and it doesn’t matter if you have a good job or not, or whether you earn a load of money or hardly any at all - it doesn’t make a difference. By Harry, Who We Are Autobiography + (via styzles)

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theperksofbeingadylan:

notafraidofstopping876:

uberin-general:

midbloods:

gETTING HUGGED BY PEOPLE WHO ARE PHYSICALLY TALLER AND BIGGER THAN YOU IS AMAZING

ITS LIKE BEING WRAPPED IN A BIG WARM PROTECTIVE HEAT BLANKET AND ITS WONDERFUL

YEAH

HUGGING PEOPLE THAT ARE LITTLER THAN YOU IS GREAT TOO LIKE THEY FIT PERFECTLY IN YOUR ARMS AND THEY’RE LITTLE AND ADORABLE AND REMINISCENT OF HUGGING A SMALL ANIMAL

JUST HUGGING PERIOD

HUGS