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    "Good Morning"
    “How was your day?”
    “Be careful”
    “Text me when you get home so I know you’re safe”
    “Sweet dreams”
    “How are you?”
    “I hope you’re feeling better”
    “Have a good day today!”
    “I miss you”
    “Good night”
    “Can you come over?”
    “Can I come over?”
    “Can I see you?”
    “Can I call you?”
    “You’re beautiful”
    “Want something to drink?”
    “Watch your step”
    “Let’s watch a movie”
    “What are you up to?”
    “How is your day so far?”
    “It will be okay”
    “I’m here for you”
    “Do you need anything?”
    “Are you hungry?”
    “I just wanted to hear your voice”
    “You just made my day”

    You don’t have to hear “I Love You” to know that someone does. Listen carefully. People speak from the heart more often than you think.

    — Blocklava (via cutely-perverted)

    (Source: blocklava, via hugeego-s0rry)

  2. lesbian-a-la-mode:

    veernyc is killing it lately

    (Source: veernyc, via un-gendered)

  4. kyssthis16:








    Lol oh Aubrey

    fuck lmao

    This bougie ass nigga. WHY!?

    this nigga really took out a lint roller during the game.

    any nigga wit black pants know how crucial this is

    ^^^ lmaooo

    This is why Aubrey is one of my favorite people

    I can’t be mad at this. It spoke to me.

    (via heavenrants)

  5. chrishoulihan:

    Ah yes, take me to the D

    (via afternoonsnoozebutton)


  6. caressmelouis:

    when u come home from school and take ur makeup off


    (via arcadefiya)

  7. (Source: unpopulaur, via bossypants)

  8. (Source: people.com, via geekycool)

  9. dapenguinninja:


    Congratulations to Lupita Nyong’o for being named People Magazine’s Most Beautiful Person!

    Black History is being made. Stay woke

  10. dapenguinninja:





    this is great. i needed this <3

    Why can’t I saw that I’m awesome at something though?

    one possibility is that you will get too comfortable with being “awesome” and then slack off later when it gets harder. Saying you are on the right track means you know you are doing well but have so much more to learn. In case you slip and have to go back and see where you messed up. Everyone can be awesome at something at something once or twice. But to be able to do it consistently is something else.