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Taylor Swift + Olivia Benson 

Swift leads the way upstairs to her bedroom. Asleep on her massive four-poster bed is a tiny white ball of fur. “Olivia!” Swift says, scooping her up. It’s her two-month old kitten, named after Olivia Benson, from Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. “Hear how loud she’s purring? She’s a stage-five clinger, for sure.” Downstairs somewhere is her other cat, Meredith, named after Meredith Grey from Grey’s Anatomy. “Strong, complex, independent women,” Swift says. “That’s the theme.” – Rolling Stone (x)

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We assume others show love the same way we do — and if they don’t, we worry it’s not there.
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brobecks:

"tired" isn’t even a temporary state for me anymore it’s just an inherent part of my personality at this point

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↖ This blogger is immeasurably stoked to see the reunion between Daryl Dixon and Beth Greene.

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gbfrankie:

Pluto becoming a planet again has really taught us that if we complain hard enough about something, we can change things, even on a planetary level

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I think about life a lot - probably too much actually - but lately I’ve been thinking about how fast we change. Like the phases we go through, like I’ll go through a hat phase, or like a curly hair phase and a different phase. But I think there’s so many personal phases we go through too. How we feel and what we believe and how we feel about ourselves and the world and it’s just a rabbit hole. But considering how fast we change I kinda find comfort in knowing that we’re never the same person for too long. We’re always learning and growing because that way making mistakes doesn’t seem so scary. Like making mistakes can be an incredibly good thing because it will teach you something, and hopefully you won’t make the same mistake again, and one mistake I have made in the past is thinking I knew everything and I now know that I don’t and I think I’m going to know that for the rest of my life because we never know as much as we are going to know someday.

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Day 28: if you were the last person on earth nobody would attack you purely out of respect

but if i was the last person on earth wouldn’t i be alone???

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I moved to California when I was twelve and I got a video camera and made little movies because I didn’t have any friends yet. I would force my sister to make these movies with me—which became my YouTube channel. A girl in my Spanish class found my YouTube videos and showed them to my teacher. At the end of class one day my teacher said, “pack up, movie time,” and she dropped down this screen and put on my videos. I started freaking out. Everyone was laughing and I just ran out. The girl who had told my teacher didn’t understand why I left, and she said, “You’re really funny, you should be an actor.” So that was one of the first times I thought about it.

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kismesiis:

On a scale of 1-10, how much do you like the maze runner?

250.

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