Simone


Image and video hosting by TinyPic Hello there. My name is Simone [I'm the one on the left]. I'm 19 and from Australia. I have Borderline Personality Disorder, aka Emotional Intensity Disorder. I reached the peak of my disorder in early January. I mostly reblog the things that remind me that my situations and emotions are not out of the ordinary; whether it's humor, lustrousness, sadness, motivational or just plain gayness. My girlfriend's name is Magan; I love her more than anything. She brings out both the best and worst of me, but still stays as supportive as ever. We've been together for over a year and there's many more of those years to come.

Ask Me Something

jetbag:

who’s ready to fuck up their sleep schedule

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ginnybutnotweasley:

bornavillain:

thecrimsonalchemist:

There are just some sounds that everyone loves:

  • Shoes on gravel
  • Crackling of a fire
  • The snapping of necks of those who think they can disrespect you
  • Cats purring

what was that middle one

crackling of a fire

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fouette:

sleeping in your boyfriend’s arms has got to be the most safest and comfortable place in this world

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disneysnewgroove:

Disney movies in order of historical setting

(Excludes most of the package films. Some films, eg The Lion King, are impossible to pin down exactly and some, like Aladdin and Treasure Planet, are anachronistic, so these are estimations. A few have been split into 2 if there is more than one time period in the movie, and sequels have been put together.)

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corradocoia:

 

And that’s how you cut to a wide shot.

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mandaflewaway:

This valentines Day card speaks for our generation

mandaflewaway:

This valentines Day card speaks for our generation

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fishy-the-fish:

kayplush:

YES.

*distant applause*

fishy-the-fish:

kayplush:

YES.

*distant applause*

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megay:

HOW TO PICK UP GIRLS IN 3 EASY STEPS

STEP 1: purposefully bump into girl(make sure you are typing into your calculator while doing this)

STEP 2: say “im sorry. i didnt see you, i was taking inventory of all my lizards”

STEP 3: make sure she sees the number 42069666 on the screen

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futurefantasticisdead:

that guy you just called sexist? he’s the CEO of a major corporation. that guy you just called racist? he’s a cop. wait hang on I’m seeing something here

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adorablelesbiancouples:

Almost 8 yrs together and I still get butterflies when I get out of work excited to see your beautiful face. my wife and I. 

adorablelesbiancouples:

Almost 8 yrs together and I still get butterflies when I get out of work excited to see your beautiful face. my wife and I. 

Disturbing, violent video surfaces of gay son fighting with his homophobic family (TW) →

gaywrites:

Major trigger warning for the video linked above. I have chosen not to post it here directly. 

This week, the video of a family reacting violently to their gay son has gone viral online. Whether you choose to watch it or not, it’s important to know that it’s out there. 

Daniel Ashley Pierce, a 20-year-old from Georgia, came out to his family last year and says they were mostly unresponsive. But this week, he found himself in the middle of an altercation with his father, his stepmother and his grandparents after they confront him about his sexuality. Pierce caught the whole thing on camera, without showing anyone’s face.

In the video, you can hear Pierce’s family disowning him, telling him he’s kicked out of their house, yelling slurs at him, and physically beating him.

"Their reaction was pretty much expected [once] I chose to leave instead of pray because they have always been very vocal about not supporting the gay lifestyle," he told HuffPost. "My [stepmother’s] reaction was the most surprising and hurtful."

The family members involved in the intervention, which he says was “driven by my grandparents,” have not contacted the media, but they left Pierce a voicemail telling him to remove the video of the incident from YouTube. Pierce also says he did not contact police over the apparent altercation in the video.

I watched this video, and I’m going to be messed up about it for a long time. Pierce’s friends have started a fundraising campaign to help cover his living expenses; if you can help, please do

Please be kind to each other. Please, just be kind to each other.

What. The. Mother. Fuck. This needs to be spread round more.