ARCHIE ANDREWS: He would normally wake up, your face nuzzled in his neck.
He would move away so he could see your face, brushing the hair away from your eyes. A small smile fell on his face, as you scrunched up your nose, scooting closer ti him. “Wake up, Angel” he cooed, running his fingers through her hair. You smiled slightly as he played with your hair, nearly putting you back to sleep.
“Morning, cute” you mumbled, kissing him on the cheek. He smiled at you, kissing you gently on the lips

JUGHEAD JONES: Jughead woke up to you shifting in his arms. You nuzzled your face into his chest, a smile falling to your face.
He noticed the bright light pouring into your room, and realized it was time for both of you get up.
“Y/N” he cooed, running his fingers up and down your spine. It was comforting gesture but you groaned lowly, wrapping your arms tighter around him. “I know you want to sleep, babe, but we need to get up”
You groaned again, before looking up at him. “Good morning beautiful” he smirked
“Good morning Jug” you smilex kissing him gently.

REGGIE MANTLE: Reggie was rarely awake before you, but on certain occasions, he would be first up. He would run his hands up and down your bare arms, sending a shiver down your spine.
“Good morning, baby girl” he said in raspy morning voice. You signed, kissing him rigjt on the lips.
“Morning love” you mumbled, nuzzling your face in his neck. He chuckled lowly, wrapping his arms around you and kissing the top of yourself head.

JASON BLOSSOM: Jason woke up to the sound of your parents down in the kitchen. Groaning lowly, he grabbed your waist rolling over and pinning you beneath him. You instantly wake up laughing to yourself as he grumbled something against your shoulder.
“Jason” you laughed, running your hands through his red hair “Babe” you whined.
He chuckled lowly, running his hands up your sides. You squirmed fom underneath him as he tickled you, gasping for air you began laughing. “Jason! Stop! Please!” you squiled. He laughed again, kissing you before rolling off of you.
“Morning Y/N”

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I hope you like it
Ilysm A x



1. a detailed plan for a journey, especially a list of places to visit; plan of travel.

2. a line of travel; route.

3. an account of a journey; record of travel.

4. a book describing a route or routes of travel with information helpful to travellers; guidebook for travellers.


5. of or pertaining to travel or travel routes.

6. itinerant; pertaining to a person who alternates between working and wandering.

Etymology: fom Late Latin itinerarius, “pertaining to a journey”, neuter itinerarium, “an account of a journey, a road-book”, from iter, “a way, journey”.

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Tumblr Tips For Clear Skin

Lemon is a great way to remove dead cells and reduce dark spots! All you need to do is squeeze the juice out of half a lemon and mix one to two tablespoons of honey with it. Apply it to face, leave for about 15-20 minutes and then rinse it off.

Turmeric is a fantastic way to minimize scars and other facial marks along with alleviating allergic, inflammatory skin. To reduce spots, make a paste with one tablespoon of turmeric powder and just enough pineapple juice. Apply to face and neck,leave until paste dries completely. Rinse with lukewarm water and follow this method two/three times a week. To remove scars, mix equal amounts of turmeric powder and gram flour with a little gram flour or milk. Apply evenly on skin until dry. Rinse with lukewarm water and wash off gently in a circular motion.

Honey, this keeps your skin very moisturized and keeps your skin clear of infection! Use raw honey directly on the skin. Let it dry and rinse off with lukewarm water. Do this once every day or every other day.

Aloe Vera has multiple benefits to your skin from fighting off acne-causing bacteria to soothing inflammatory skin. Also, it is a fantastic moisturizer! To apply, extract gel from the aloe vera leaf, apply gel to face with a cotton ball and let it dry for a half hour. Follow daily!

Baking Soda, the home-remedy royalty is a go-to for clearing up acne, pimples, and spots. Mix a teaspoon of baking soda with a teaspoon of water or lemon juice to make a paste. Cleanse your face and apply gently to exfoliate your face. Rinse with lukewarm water and pat your skin dry with a towel. Do this about two to three times a week.

Cucumber -Yes, those movies that use cucumber facials are no joke! Cucumber can improve the overall appearance of the skin because it not only hydrates normal and damaged skin cells, but it also removes dead skin cells. Just cut thick slices of cucumber and rub them thoroughly all over your face. Leave the coverage on overnight and rinse in the morning with warm water. Follow this daily before you go to bed.

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another list for a possible B side or EP because why not
  • track 1: Whoever Thinks I'm Not Anxious Is Wrong
  • track 2: Brobabes
  • track 3: No Matter How Hard B Tries She's Gonna Fail Anyways
  • track 4: How Do These Dudes Even Write So Much
  • track 5: I'd Thank My Highschool Friends If They All Didn't Leave Me
  • track 6: Our Girl Is In Constant Crisis
  • track 7: Capitain Eo
  • track 8: I'd Like To Thank My Parents But Also Pete Wentz
  • track 9: Dear Maria, B's Being Crushed By The Pressure
  • track 10: I'll Break A Neck As Easily As A Board
  • track 11: Track One

One of 20th Century America’s greatest literary voices, James Baldwin and his work are garnering renewed interest, thanks in part to the Oscar®-nominated documentary, I Am Not Your Negro, which should be opening at a cinema near you soon (if it hasn’t already). The trailer is below a companion volume for the film is now available fom Vintage Books, home to much of the author’s backlist, including Go Tell It on the Mountain, Tell Me How Long the Train’s Been Gone, and The Fire Next Time. Baldwin’s literary work has also been issued by the prestigious Library of America in three essential volumes.