I don’t know why people are so obsessed with “stuffs” and the improper use of “literally” and yet never talking about how people are overusing the word “tho” (which isn’t the proper word in the first place but ok fine tumblr, ok fine hipster shizz, ok fine.) and how most of the time, its existence in the sentence doesn’t make sense at all…

though (conj.)
- despite the fact that; although
• [ with modal ] even if (introducing a possibility)
• however; but (introducing something opposed to or qualifying what has just been said)

so if there’s nothing to oppose, please let the “word” tho rest :) :) :) :) :)

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I finally got that out!!

I like eating with people who don’t take pictures of the food no matter how cute/photogenic/instagram-worthy it may be. U da real k00l ppol. I like being with people who don’t feel the need to take a picture with me for social media. If ever we do, it’s just for us to remember the moment.
I like being with people who don’t live for social media. Who actually know how to stop, take in and appreciate life while they’re in the midst of it. I hate the “ooh this would look good on instagram” mentality because it’s so superficial. It makes you think you’re really appreciating. It makes you think you actually wanted to share it to your “friends” when in reality, you just wanted a favorite or a like. It’s just another addition to your growing collection of how you present yourself to the cyberworld. A way to manipulate others into thinking you’re that person instead of this person. Social media makes manipulation an easier job but please, no matter how hard and inconvenient and “uncool” it’d be, please never ever succumb. Do it for you.

Associate with the noblest people you can find; read the best books; live with the mighty; but learn to be happy alone.

Saul Bellow, Ravelstein

(via everydayisa)

Louis: What are some of your favorite books?Sam: Is that really the angle you wanna play? Really? I thought you were gonna be more creative than this.

Louis: What are some of your favorite books?
Sam: Is that really the angle you wanna play? Really? I thought you were gonna be more creative than this.

Vulnerability isn’t the opposite of strength. It’s a necessary part. We have to force ourselves to open up, to expose ourselves, to offer up everything we have, and just pray that it’s good enough. Otherwise, we’ll never succeed.

Grey’s Anatomy