• FiestyBlake: I've been texting this this poor girl whose boyfriend has been cheating on her. What do I say?
  • WhitneyStalin: Just quote 80s songs at her. "What's love got to do with it?" "Girls just wanna have fun."
  • [much later & after many conversation changes]
  • FiestyBlake: I just don't even know what to tell her!
  • WhitneyStalin: What is love?
  • [at same time]
  • FiestyBlake: Pain and apparently anguish. She'll die alone lik me.
  • Hazelheart: Baby don't hurt me.
  • ......
  • WhitneyStalin: Did you just quote an 80s song?
  • Hazelheart: FiestyBlake went for a deep, profound observation. I saw an opportunity and took it.

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Let’s play a game.

Type the following words into your tags box, then post the first automatic tag that comes up.

you, also, what, when, why, how, look, because, never


crossingwinter said:
ari i just reblogged your post without reading your tags then read your tags and learned that we would both liked to be called captain as a term of endearment thought i would share.  


Celia you were 100% right to share this because I now feel marginally less ridiculous about the fact that the thought of someone I was attracted to addressing me as “lieutenant” or “captain” is…like, horrifyingly romantic—I don’t even have words to explain how swoony it makes me, and I am so so so not the swoony type ugh halp pls wut is my life.


something moderately pretty

He thinks he’s so helpful. Napping on primary sources is NOT helpful, Gatsby.

Anonymous said:
are you gay or straight?  




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