hey wait, I’ve been here! this is super close to where Emily works hey wait, I’ve been here! this is super close to where Emily works hey wait, I’ve been here! this is super close to where Emily works hey wait, I’ve been here! this is super close to where Emily works hey wait, I’ve been here! this is super close to where Emily works hey wait, I’ve been here! this is super close to where Emily works

hey wait, I’ve been here! this is super close to where Emily works

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What made me laugh was she started telling me she had a dream where she’s baking biscuits, and then she’s visited by people dressed up like furries, and they put an animal mask on her, too, and they have sex, and in her dream she achieves a phenomenal orgasm, confetti bursting out everywhere, and I said, “hey, I like biscuits.”

Shaina’s friend had a keychain with converse on it, and we wore matching shoes, so I’m pretty sure when she snapchatted her friends, it looks like we’re having a baby. Shaina’s friend had a keychain with converse on it, and we wore matching shoes, so I’m pretty sure when she snapchatted her friends, it looks like we’re having a baby.

Shaina’s friend had a keychain with converse on it, and we wore matching shoes, so I’m pretty sure when she snapchatted her friends, it looks like we’re having a baby.

R. Stevie Moore - I’m Sorry But Goodnight

Invites Comparison, 1973.

“"What is love?" Words that come to mind are openness, understanding, gentleness, kindness, and kind of working on those things, because everyone has a light and a dark side, I think, selfish aspects, and to kind of recognize those in each other and realize that we are going to have our own particular story at any given time, and those stories, they might not be the ultimate truth but they are certainly true for each of us, so to understand that we are each going through our particular version of reality, to respect that, and to nurture being in love, you know? To nurture that.”

A 26-year-old Robert Downey Jr. (Playboy, August 1991)

"I take criticism well. I just want to know the fucking truth. I don’t need to be babied anymore, I’m twenty-six years old."


A 26-year-old Robert Downey Jr. (Playboy, August 1991)

"I take criticism well. I just want to know the fucking truth. I don’t need to be babied anymore, I’m twenty-six years old."

A 26-year-old Robert Downey Jr. (Playboy, August 1991)

"I take criticism well. I just want to know the fucking truth. I don’t need to be babied anymore, I’m twenty-six years old."

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