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04

Aug

Beatles can’t explain

Feeling stronger everyday—brings joy to my face, but opposite of how I feel

22

Jun

Heat

"The Heat just won… And I’m in Miami."
“I’m just calling to make sure you’re alive, I haven’t heard from you in months!”
“I’m alive..”
“Okay babe, I’ll let you go, you call me back”
“I think… I mean the Heat’s here, I’ll call you back tomorrow, no I’ll call you back tonight, when I’m not here.”
“Ok babe, you do that, call me then.”


Even with your allure, I am still not in love with you anymore.
Damn. That’s cool.

03

May

WtD

I will always have a soft spot for you asshole, so don’t you call me in the middle of the night and then tell me that it’s best to not talk to me and we’ll
“Catch up later”
Why did you call in the first place?
You’re an idiot and you screw up?
We all do, can you not talk to me because you called me to tell me you still love me? Because that’s what this sounds like and that is absurd, even though that’s what I did when i gave my heart to that guy before we were together, oh now I get it.
Oops.
Sorry to the both of you.


My current boyfriend didn’t answer my calls tonight. Fuck.

02

May

Her face is it.

Her face is it.

30

Apr

Haha

(Source: johnnydeppravageme)

nevver:

A Case of the Mondays

Nice

18

Apr

It is said that emerging Christians confess their faith like mainliners—meaning they say things publicly they don’t really believe. They drink like Southern Baptists—meaning, to adapt some words from Mark Twain, they are teetotalers when it is judicious. They talk like Catholics—meaning they cuss and use naughty words. They evangelize and theologize like the Reformed—meaning they rarely evangelize, yet theologize all the time. They worship like charismatics—meaning with their whole bodies, some parts tattooed. They vote like Episcopalians—meaning they eat, drink, and sleep on their left side. And, they deny the truth—meaning they’ve got a latte-soaked copy of Derrida in their smoke- and beer-stained backpacks. Along with unfair stereotypes of other traditions, such are the urban legends surrounding the emerging church—one of the most controversial and misunderstood movements today.

Scot McKnight, from “Five Streams of the Emerging Church”

Josh Kron’s article in The Atlantic and Sarah Pulliam Bailey’s dressing down of the journalism behind the piece has kindled interest in the emerging church movement again. But neither person offers a clear guide to what the emerging movement is. McKnight’s saucy explainer in Christianity Today (published in 2007, no less) is a good start. He dispels some myths about the emerging movement and lays out “the five themes that characterize the emerging movement”: prophetic, postmodern, praxis-oriented, post-evangelical, and political.

~Trent Gilliss, senior editor

(via beingblog)

03

Apr

You’re Listening To A Musical Instrument Made Of Jell-O
By Mark Wilson, fastcodesign.com
There really is always room for Jell-O.As a species, we’ve sure put a lot of work into design­ing strange, noise-making imple­ments that we pre­tend are per­fect­ly nor­mal by label­ing them as “musi­cal instruments.” Con­sid­er a tuba or a…

Yes plz

You’re Listening To A Musical Instrument Made Of Jell-O
By Mark Wilson, fastcodesign.com

There really is always room for Jell-O.

As a species, we’ve sure put a lot of work into design­ing strange, noise-making imple­ments that we pre­tend are per­fect­ly nor­mal by label­ing them as “musi­cal instruments.” Con­sid­er a tuba or a…

Yes plz

31

Mar

Debbie Downer

I just want hugs. I miss hugs and I miss positivity. I’m so sad and it just hit me and I don’t know why.

26

Mar

thecoolhunter: word of the day: Sapiosexu ...