I feel so alone.

it’s just me and God. my family’s around and my friends and my boyfriend. but I’m still alone. I don’t have someone I can share anything and everything with. I don’t have someone who will just listen and doesn’t have to understand but will still try. I’ve always been this lonely. and it’s a time in my life where this just eats me up and I can’t deal with it. I don’t know what to do, about anything. I have absolutely no direction and no one who can offer help. I feel terrible and depressed and I see no future for myself. I don’t know where I belong. without someone I can turn to, I have nowhere to go. I fear that it will always be this way. but I have learned a valuable lesson.

being surrounded by people doesn’t mean you can’t be lonely.

"If you find someone who makes you smile, who checks up on you often to see if you’re okay. Who watches out for you and wants the best for you. Who loves and respects you. Don’t let them go. People like that are hard to find."





penis is such an ugly word we should call them dingly-dangly-diddly-ding-dongs

Love it when a girl plays with my dingly-dangly-diddly-ding-dong. image

I fucking choked on my tea

Next you’ll be choking on my dingly-dangly-diddly-ding-dong.image

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lactose & no tolerance for yo btch ass

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If I give you my phone to look at a picture don’t swipe left or right unless you’d like to die

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Scientists and music professors at Cambridge University came together to find the saddest song ever made. They went through thousands and thousands of music sheets, some even dating back to the 16th century. They went through composers like Mozart, Beethoven, Franz Schubert and Johann Sebastian Bach. They tested the songs on hundreds of different people, observing The Limbic system, which is the part of the brain which controls emotion, like sadness, happiness and anger. After 7 years of research and observation, they finally found a song which made 94.7% of listeners cry or feel an overwhelming of sadness come across them. This is the song they found.

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