PSYCHO THOUGHTS - Dan asks whether it’s normal to constantly imagine your friends dying or think about how easy it would be to murder someone or feel a strange urge to jump from high places.
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im actually really relieved im not the only one that thinks about the power of death i hold
I sit next to a popular sports boy in my math class and he was sleeping so i leaned over and doodled a flower on his paper and the first time he didn’t wake up but the second time he did & smiled at me and later in class i saw he had doodled a whole tiny meadow around the 2 flowers and he was trying to hide it but it didn’t work..i know ur secret popular sports boy, u are just as dorky & cute as everyone else
When Shakespeare had enough money to purchase a coat of arms
He put a falcon on it
Shakespeare you master of puns
im not even a 2nd choice im like an 8th choice sometimes a 10th
Remember the 10th choice for the Doctor was David Tennant and everybody loves him
This actually made me feel a lot better omg thank you
I CANNOT BELIEVE FANDOMS RUINED THIS POST TOO
If by “ruined” you mean it increased the self esteem of many people, yeah totally ruined.
Ernest Hemingway once won a bet by crafting a six-word short story, that can make people cry. Here it is.
And this, ladies and gentlemen, is why Hemingway is one of (if not THE) most powerful authors I’ve ever studied.
I remember this.
I don’t get it….oh….OH.
My English teacher had us write 6-word short stories using this beautiful piece of writing as a template.
Mine was: “He hung from his boyfriend’s belt.”
Is it bad that she cried?(via