littl3sunflower:

x

iamtemptation:

assassinregrets:

assassinregrets:

NO

ONE

SWEATS LIKE WILL GRAHAM

HAS MORE PETS THAN WILL GRAHAM

NO ONE OUTLINES MORE CHALK SILHOUETTES THAN WILL GRAHAM

"I USE ANTLERS IN ALL MY INVESTIGATING"

OH WHAT A GUY WILL GRAHAM

NO ONE DREAMS LIKE WILL GRAHAM

CHOKES BACK SCREAMS LIKE WILL GRAHAM

NO ONE’S COMING APART AT THE SEAMS LIKE WILL GRAHAM

"I’M ESPECIALLY GOOD AT HALLUCINATING"

OH WHAT A GUY WILL GRAHAM

WHY DID I HEAR THIS IN GASTON’S VOICE?!? WHY?!?!

gnarly:

I would be a morning person, if morning happened around 1pm

titsandtwosugars:

I’m never taking it off

titsandtwosugars:

I’m never taking it off

bannannibal:

Domestic AUs are good but domestic AUs with dorky children are great

Kindness submission

webofgoodnews:

This story was submitted to me, but she requested her username not be used, so I copy and pasted it to a new post.

I was in line at the grocery store recently and the guy in front of me was having trouble paying for his groceries. His food stamps card was declined. He was on his way out of the store when I turned to the check out girl and told her I would pay for the guy’s groceries. She was in disbelief. She asked me if I was sure maybe ten times before calling the guy back over. Everyone around looked at me like I was insane.

God knows I’ve begged for money, sold things I wish I didn’t have to sell, eaten meals at Salvation Army, frequented the food bank, and let other people buy me meals often enough. I’ve been through a lot since then and have made my way to the financial middle class. It would have been terrible of me to just ignore this guy and let him leave without his $20.53 cents of groceries. He asked me if I was sure and said “it’s a lot of money” and thanked me. I remember the days when $20.53 was not an amount of money I could afford to give to another person.

On my way out of the store the security guy at the door told me it was very nice of me. I just kind of shrugged. I shrugged because I was so confused about the whole thing. The check out girl not believing I would do something like that. Everyone but the security guy looking at me like I was out of my mind.

If you decide to post this story, please don’t include my username. I don’t want any sort of recognition for such a simple act. I just hope people realize that tiny little things can help people out so much. That $20.53 wasn’t a big deal to me. But, to this guy, it was twenty dollars of food that he couldn’t afford. I’m grateful that I was able to help and I hope I’m given more opportunities to do so.

lamelohan:

me trying to do math is like me trying to lose weight, it just doesnt work out

possibilityisinherhands:

flood people with compliments. make eye contact. don’t be the first one to let go of a hug. push yourself to run faster and further. listen intentionally.

teenscoolest:

can we get back to where we’ve started. i miss the times when we used to talk to each other everyday:(

jpgay:

the only people who call me cute live 7000 miles away