LIKE WE ARE NOT DUMB

The wind whispers your name name name
and the drops of rain spilling down my roof beat just like your heart
you tore right through my front porch and bashed the wind chimes
the same spot we used to sneak midnight kisses
the leaves falling off the tree are sticking to my window frame, little reminders of you
lightning is flashing across the sky
just like your stupid camera and your dumb photos that we just loved so much
the pounding thunder is breaking open my ceiling
like you broke open my lip and filled it with muffled apologies
and just like you
the storm too will leave
—  you are a storm

That moment when your racially tone deaf classmate starts again…

I know a lot of ships have finally become canon, but can we please just look at Naruto. 15 years of seeing him striving so hard to achieve his dream. For 15 years, we’ve seen this boy grow up in front of our very eyes. Congratulations to your success, Naruto. Thank you for always being our ray of sunshine.

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@jccaylen @KianLawley how bout u get ur lazy ass outta bed & come to the gym w me. Subway after. then after that get ur ass beat at Mario kart again

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    the grumpy cat and her blond baes who’ll fly foot-/fist-first into a fight to protect her

Slowly beginning to doubt that Yang and Sun aren’t just not-so-secretly the exact same person.

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I don’t know, I think sexiness is strange, it’s a thing you can’t really- it’s a strange thing to define… I always find… People say ‘what do I think is sexy?’ and I was… I don’t quite know… Um… I guess the sexiest thing in the world is… is- what I think, when I meet someone and… they seem like they are themselves. You know, be yourself… I guess.

EreRi au where Levi and Eren both have heterochromia and wear contacts because they’re ashamed of it. One day, Eren feels comfortable enough to tell Levi about it and even remove his contacts for the other. Levi, a bit shocked does the same out of pure excitement. And all they can do is gaze happily at each other, emerald and gold staring into silver and sapphire.

I’ve seen some hc’s of Gavin joining the crew after he’s caught badly pickpocketing Geoff, but what if he wasn’t? What if Gavin was the thief who not only robbed the king of Los Santos and got away scott free, but was cocky enough to do it again and again. The first few times Geoff doesn’t even notice, thinks its bad luck, faulty memory, blames himself for the loss and moves on. So Gavin gets cheeky, takes bigger risks and pinches more and more expensive items, escalating until Geoff notices, then further still until the man is worked up into a rage about it.

When Geoff finally catches him (A moment Geoff swears up and down wasn’t orchestrated by Gavin, but even he has doubts) Gavin is decked out in Geoff’s missing rolex, his pricey cufflinks and obscenely expensive sunglasses, his tailored jacket and his goddamn favourite belt-buckle. He has Geoff’s phone, the keys to one hide-out and half-a-dozen stolen cars, a wallet full of cards and one very valuable custom-made beretta. But Geoff has him now, and he’s going to kill him. Except, well. Geoff wasn’t expecting a kid, and he sure as hell wasn’t expecting said kid to treat his aggressive interrogation like a freaking job interview.

Say what you will about his methods, Gavin’s a bright guy and it didn’t take him long to work out where the real power lay in Los Santos. He had no intention of messing around with low level gangs in the hopes of gaining the right attention, of working his way up to the big leagues. No, he knows his talents, is confident in his ability to talk his way into a job once he gets an audience, and boy does he like to make an entrance.

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Philipp Lahm is the best spoken German pro in decades. Reporters love him because if they only get him for just two sentences or three phrases, they can just about always use every word. He’s such a far cry from the typical pro; he offers up intelligent, grammatically correct, useful, thoughtful full sentences - while still sweating and waiting for his pulse to return to normal after the final whistle. He does analyze and most often offers up accurate, sincere critique. Lahm is just about always a coach’s favorite player. Reliable, consistent, always fit. But also truly smart.”