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littlebroadwaybabies:

Happy Easter Broadway fans!!


Apr 20th at 6AM / via: gameraboy / op: seekshelter / 129 notes

seekshelter:

I would never have the willpower to do something like this. I would eat everything before I got halfway finished. 


Apr 17th at 9PM / via: lolsofunny / op: vhs-dreaming / 45,599 notes

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"Don’t tell me that you love me, because anyone can tell me that. Tell me that I make you tear up with anger and frustration, but at the end of the day you still want to lay down next to me, put your arms around me, and sleep." 

Apr 14th at 3AM / via: babydress / op: psych-facts / 43,853 notes

Unknown (via psych-facts)


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  1. Kiss like you mean it.
  2. Remember their birthday, every year.
  3. Make them feel special, even on a monday night with a forecast of rain.
  4. Befriend their Mom, she will tell you stories that no one else can.
  5. Order each other food at restaurants, just to try something new.
  6. Shower together, you may learn to love your body, by seeing the desire and passion in your partners eyes.
  7. Leave notes when you go out for the day, it will make you feel safe.
  8. Watch the Breakfast Club, and pump up your fist in the end, even if it only happens once.
  9. Care for each other when sick, soup is the easiest thing to make.
  10. Make chocolate covered strawberries in summer simply because you can.
  11. Go fishing with their Dad, and listen to what he has to say, even if he may have trouble saying it.
  12. Give each other little presents, even if its just a rose on friday the 13th.
  13. Get angry, but forgive.
  14. Love, love with all you’ve got.

Apr 14th at 3AM / via: xoxojulievo / op: officialdrunk / 241,205 notes

14 things to remember in a relationship (via february4teenth)

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Apr 14th at 3AM / via: xoxojulievo / op: chicgarden / 360,905 notes
n4ughty-y:

I watched an interview he was in and they asked him, “how do you play being in love so easily?” and he replied, “actually being in love with leighton really helped.”

n4ughty-y:

I watched an interview he was in and they asked him, “how do you play being in love so easily?” and he replied, “actually being in love with leighton really helped.”

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Apr 14th at 3AM / via: 9gag / op: 9gag / 404 notes
9gag:

Never give up!

Mr. Estabrook!!

9gag:

Never give up!

Mr. Estabrook!!


Apr 14th at 1AM / via: hi / op: princesssodapopper / 56,938 notes
princesssodapopper:

god fucking damnit

princesssodapopper:

god fucking damnit


Apr 14th at 1AM / via: jesuschristvevo / op: retrogasm / 6,201 notes
retrogasm:

"Honey he just proposed… get the Jell-o"

retrogasm:

"Honey he just proposed… get the Jell-o"


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A lot of people will try and tell you that a woman should watch how she dresses so she doesn’t tempt you to look at her wrongly. Here is what I will tell you. It is a woman’s responsibility to dress herself in the morning. It is your responsibility to look at her like a human being regardless of what she is wearing. You will feel the temptation to blame her for your wandering eyes because of what she is wearing – or not wearing. But don’t. Don’t play the victim. You are not a helpless victim when it comes to your eyes. You have full control over them. Exercise that control. Train them to look her in the eyes. Discipline yourself to see her, not her clothes or her body. The moment you play the victim you fall into the lie that you are simply embodied reaction to external stimuli unable to determine right from wrong, human from flesh.

Look right at me. That is a ridiculous lie.

You are more than that. And the woman you are looking at is more than her clothes. She is more than her body. There is a lot of talk about how men objectify women, and largely, it is true. Humans objectify the things they love in effort to control them. If you truly love a person, do not reduce them to an object. The moment you objectify another human – woman or man, you give up your humanity.

Apr 14th at 1AM / via: ashleyelll / op: writersyndrome / 1,024 notes

Nate Pyle, Seeing a Woman: A conversation between a father and son (via beyondvictoriana)

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