So I saw that guy that I’ve practically talked about on here and thought about all summer long.

We were walking in opposite directions on the same sidewalk. I immediately looked down at my iPod and pretended to pick a song, just trying to ignore him. But he called my name about 5 times so I passively waved and whispered hi.

My stomach sank so low when I saw him. I was honestly happier during these past few weeks because I didn’t have to see him in Sugar Land.

I’m still hurt over what happened. It went deeper than just dating for a week. Other things happened.

Well, now he has a girlfriend whose heart he can break. Because in the end, men like this always do. Selfish men always do. He is just like the guy who cheated on his girlfriend with me and he and Armando share very similar personality traits.

I sure know how to pick them.

At least I looked hot today.

So I bought Galveston by Nic Pizzolatto. I’m honestly scared to start it. I feel like I’ll feel the same way with this book like I did with True Detective. Fall in love with it and enjoy it thoroughly, but feel empty when I get to the end because I want more of the characters.

Damn you Nic Pizzolatto. The only other writer to make me feel this way was Donna Tartt with The Goldfinch.

I wouldn’t mind a True Detective prequel where we see Rust during his Crash days.

In the original scripts for episodes 1 and 2, there were flashback scenes of Rust playing with his little girl and scenes of him doing things as Crash. Wish they would have left it in there. Especially the scene with his daughter. I just love seeing hot guys and babies…makes me so warm and giddy inside! 

I got something in my eye so now the liner and mascara on my lower water line and lash line got wiped away because my eye was tearing up. 

Now my left eye and right eye don’t match….

I really should start brining my eyeliner and mascara with me instead of just powder and lipstick.

This is going to annoy me for the rest of the day.

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It’s sad to see people on my Facebook friends list actively seek out those nude photos of celebrities that were leaked.

If the whole thing isn’t a publicity stunt, it’s a sex crime and actively seeking out those photos is a shitty thing to do.

We must have one love, one great love in our life, since it gives us an alibi for all the moments when we are filled with despair.
Albert Camus, Notebooks 1935-1942 (via feellng)
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When people write statuses like “Phone broken, message me on here” on Facebook, I don’t really think that their phone is broken. I think that they just want messages on Facebook.

While it is true that she’s not irrelevant, she hasn’t been in the media lately and she was laying low after Days of Future Past.

Publicity stunt or not, nude photos really shouldn’t be such a big deal. And if it isn’t a publicity stunt, it’s disgusting that her privacy and the privacy of other celebrities was violated this way.

Jennifer Lawrence’s leaked nudes are probably a publicity stunt. She has a film coming out soon and lately she hasn’t been in our faces.

All publicity is good publicity. I’m amazed that they got other celebrities in on it too.

You don’t know a thing about me.

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