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There’s like a million different ways to say “I love you”
“put your seat belt on”
“watch your step”
“get some rest”

..you just gotta listen

-idk (via meri-juana)
meri-juana —>
iancredible

tinyaussiegoddess:

reasons why Daft Punk are geniuses

  • you can’t sexualise robots so they prove you don’t need a sexual element to do well in the music industry
  • they can send doubles to go do performances they don’t wanna do
  • they get lots of media coverage because of the media’s curiosity as to their identities
  • nobody can ever do the robot thing again without ripping them off
  • it’s pretty fucking funny that they’re blokes with helmets on
smilingformoney —>
itunestore
wiscodiesel —>
not-lorde

People wait
all week for friday,
all year for summer,
all life for happiness.
-(via sensitizes)
sensitizes —>
iloveyou-hazzastyles
softwears —>
slutless
the-personal-quotes —>
stocked

High school, it seems, has changed. It has become competitive. Young men and women — 13 to 18 years old — must work more or less tirelessly to ensure their spot at a college deemed worthy to them and their families. So rather than living their adolescent lives — lives brimming with desires and vitality, with vim, vigor, and brewing lust — these kids are working at old age homes, cramming for tests, popping Adderall just to make the literal and proverbial grade. And for what? So they can go to a school that puts them in debt for the rest of their lives. School has become a great vehicle of capitalism: it quashes the revolution implicit in adolescence while simultaneously fomenting perpetual indebtedness.
quotecatalog —>
sympa-thetic

slutless:

I carried you into the house
You wrapped your arms around my neck
I thought they’d never let me go
I guess they did, I guess they did
And that night we drove around
And we laughed and cried
And you cried a bit
I kept you until you slept
I walked down your steps
With no regrets

slutless

Girls get it. An under-reported, crucial facet of the study is the extent and cynicism of girls’ concerns about economic equality and unpaid work. A full 65% of girls aged 11-21 are worried about the cost of childcare, and while 58% say they “would like to become a leader in their chosen profession, 46% of them worry that having children will negatively affect their career.

Girls know perfectly well that structural sexism means they can’t have everything they’re being told they must have. They are striving to have it all everyway, striving to have everything and be everything like good girls are supposed to, and it hasn’t broken them yet, for good or ill. That’s is one reason young women still do so well in school and at college despite our good grades not translating to real-world success. It’s one reason we’re so good at getting those entry-level service jobs: we are not burdened by the excess of ego, the desire to be treated like a human being first, that prevents many young men from engaging proactively with an economy that just wants self-effacing drones trained to smile till it hurts.

The press just loves to act concerned about half-naked young ladies, preferably with illustrations to facilitate the concern. Somehow nothing changes. And maybe that’s the point. Maybe part of the function of the constant stream of news about young girls hurting and hating themselves isn’t to raise awareness. Maybe part of it is designed to be reassuring.

It must be comforting, if you’re invested in the status quo, to hear that young women are punished and made miserable when they misbehave.
sparkamovement —>
yeahniall
therapist: please tell me about your life
me: *clears throat* this is a story about a girl named lucky
ozzyosborntodie —>
kanyeahwest