1. "you fall asleep with his fingertips burning through your skin and you can still feel his teeth pressed against yours long after he’s dropped you off at home and his voice lights up in your head and pushes away everything that could possibly be bad. He’s everything now. And god everything tastes so good. But six months later you come home shaking, followed by a trail of blood and teardrops, and your happiness is leaking out of you into a puddle on the floor and you’re down on your knees trying to shove it all back into your chest while you scream “OH GOD MOM HE KISSED HER OH GOD”"
    — my sixth grade english teacher told me not to make anyone my world and I thought she was crazy till last night  (via extrasad)

    (via extrasad)

  2. 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

    (Source: extraordinarytime, via acknowledgetheabsurd)

  3. 4thpradaclub:

    i honestly wish they were still together. they were absolutely perfect. - Alex’s love letter to Alexa.

    (Source: hylophobic, via forthosewhocravefashion)


  4. It’s scary to find someone that makes you happy. You start giving them all of your attention because they’re what makes you forget everything bad that’s going on in your life. They’re the first person you want to talk to in the morning and the last one before you sleep just so you can start and end your day with a smile. It all sounds great to have that someone, but it’s scary to think about how easily they could just leave and take that happiness away too when they go.

    (Source: alc0h0l, via 26889)

  5. "I don’t love him but he’s here and you aren’t"

    (Source: triple-six-kicks, via extrasad)

  6. you-cuhntflaps:


    im layin down

    lay down in my bed.

    (via extrasad)


  7. "You want me? Fuckin’ well, come and find me."
    — Talk Show Host- Radiohead (via diversify-it)

  8. notmanetstype:

    You want me? 
    Well, come on and break the door down 
    You want me? 
    Fucking come on and break the door down, I’m ready.


  9. spaceelf:

    People who say sadness doesn’t hurt physically apparently never experienced feeling so sad. I’ve felt it in my legs, my jaw, my head, my quivering lips, aching eyes, and my aching chest. It hurts my chest the most because it literally feels like your heart is in pain.

    (Source: sweetstarlighht, via comfortablystarving)