jer / nineteen & numb /
sad songs and psychological thriller films give me life.

chuckpalahniuk:

For anyone asking about who has been answering questions on Tumblr: Yes, it’s really me.

you can edit, you can make perfect themes, you can redesign websites, you can play guitar, you can sing, and now.. you just showed the globe that you can also paint. wow.. where was i when god showered the earth with talents? did you bring a pail because you are the most talented person i've ever known.

— Anonymous

omg im out of words

thank you so much omg

Future

Parmore

from the album Paramore
(161595 plays)

livelaugh-cry:

Can we please just take a moment to appreciate this song, even if you’re not a Paramore fan I feel as if you should listen to it, I cannot fathom this songs beauty into words. Never before have I listened to a song and had the instrumental reduce me to tears but somehow this song made me do just that. Keep listening until the end, this is where the powerful instrumental kicks in. It builds and builds, almost to a climax. Close your eyes and listen. But then it fades out. The music dies, you expect the song to have ended. Think of it in this way. The build up is thoughts going wild, everything is getting too much. You can’t take anymore. You end everything. Silence. Nothing left. Gone. You think it is all over. But then the music slowly fades back in, its not ended. It comes back from it’s depths, just like you can. You can fight your way back. If you just “Think of the Future” you will fight your way back. Never before has a few seconds of music told a greater story.

painted my bae @taylorswift harper bazaar outtake :)

“Growth is painful. Change is painful.But nothing is as painful as staying stuck somewhere you don’t belong.”
— Mandy Hale
John O’Callaghan of The Maine | Vans Warped Tour - Toronto, Canada | Photo by Brooke Taylor
do you like or love someone right now?

— Anonymous

i dont know i mean i cant give you a name right now maybe because i haven’t realized it yet idk?