Done with Reality

Life is one big story book and every page is a new adventure.
My tale is far from over, in fact its only just begun.
I'm Renee.
I'l tell you my story if you tell me yours.
Shall we begin?

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  • lesbianheroin:

could this be any more perfect
  • lesbianheroin:

    could this be any more perfect

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  • "Before you say yes, get him angry. See him scared, see him wanting, see him sick. Stress changes a person. Find out if he drinks and if he does, get him drunk - you’ll learn more about his sober thoughts. Discover his addictions. See if he puts you in front of them. You can’t change people, baby girl. If they are made one way, it doesn’t just wear off. If you hate how he acts when he’s out of it now, you’re going to hate it much worse eight years down the road. You might love him to bits but it doesn’t change that some people just don’t fit."
    inkskinned, “My father’s recipe for the man I should marry” (via partygirlmeltdown)

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  • "If you’re ever lucky enough to find a girl who is a hopeless romantic with a dirty mind, you should hold onto that. Because she’ll be yours at two in the morning and at two in the afternoon the following day. She’ll kiss you where it hurts and until it hurts. And that’s important. Someone who not only knows how to turn you on but also knows how to treat you right is someone worth a little something… and a little more than usual."
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  • "If my son were gay,
    I’d slap him
    With a nice high five.
    Because coming out to your dad,
    Takes balls that most men don’t have.
    If my son were gay,
    I’d beat the hell out of him.
    Because he said he was better than me
    At Super Smash.
    (He basically was asking
    For me to kick his ass.)
    If my son were gay,
    I’d kick him out of the house.
    Because why waste June on video games,
    When there are sports to be played?
    And just because he likes making out with boys,
    Doesn’t mean he can’t tackle the shit out of them, too.
    If my son were gay,
    I’d call him a douche.
    But only because this morning,
    He ate the last peanut butter cup in the house.
    (The jerk knows they’re my favorite.)
    If my son were gay,
    I’d still give him the talk.
    I just wouldn’t have to worry about a baby in nine months.
    If my son were gay,
    I’d make fun of what he wears.
    Because damn, son,
    Those heels don’t go with that dress.
    If my son were gay,
    I’d tell him to be proud.
    Because you’re human no matter the gender
    On the other side of your mouth.
    If my son were gay,
    Nothing would be different at all.
    Except that twenty years down the line,
    I’ll be expecting a handsome son-in-law."
    "If My Son Were Gay" by Nishat Ahmed  (via maddynorris)

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    Borthwood (13)

    ©buron - July ‘14

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  • -ahscircus:

    american horror story blog ♚


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  • real-life-has-n0-appeal:

    Baby.. This is it. This is going to be our home.

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  • musts:

    by © Carrie

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