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IN TWENTY ONE DAYS I WILL BE IN THE SAME ROOM AS SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH.

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Love should never have to be second guessed. It should be full of stay safe texts and calls, it should be laughing at each others jokes even when they mess up the punch line or do not make any sense, it should be singing off key and dancing in the shower, it should be yelling at one another when they do something that might be dangerous, it should be Midnight laughing and morning kisses, it should be arguing one minute and holding hands the next minute, it should be knowing each others quirks and habits inside and out, it should be full of compromises and always listening, it should be watching each others shows together even if one of you absolutely hate that show, it should be going to a chick flick or an action movie, it should be flirting one minute and talking about the economy the next minute. It shouldn’t be perfect. Love is very far from perfect. But you should never feel broken or worthless or wondering if you are loved in a relationship. When it’s real, oh god, it’s real. (via mysteriouslesbian)

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I went crazy when I was with you. I can’t let that happen again. Love is not supposed to do that. You made me go mad. Effy Stonem, Skins (via larmoyante)

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You are because you have to be. Professor Brian Cox
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It is likely I will die next to a pile of things I was meaning to read. Lemony Snicket (via feellng)

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A disenchantment falsified and blunted my usual feelings and joys: the garden lacked fragrance, the woods held no attraction for me, the world stood around me like a clearance sale of last year’s secondhand goods, insipid, all its charm gone. Books were so much paper, music a grating noise. That is the way leaves fall around a tree in autumn, a tree unaware of the rain running down its sides, of the sun or the frost, and of life gradually retreating inward. The tree does not die. It waits. Hermann Hesse, Demian, 1919 (via wonderfulambiguity)

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