I’ll be debuting a brand new zine called ZERO, it’s about space and hope and hopelessness. I’ll also have other stuff like badges, prints, older zines and some Teen Dog related stuff. Come and say hello to me!
My best friend has been a Harry Potter fan for over ten years, and earlier this year I finally broke down and watched the movies so that we could fangirl together. The trouble is, whenever I voice a solid criticism I get cut off by, ‘Well, you should just read the books.’ I’m on the second book, but I read very slowly and don’t have a lot of free time. I’m bummed that I can’t share my love of the characters with her because it feels like my opinion isn’t valid if I haven’t read the books.
You are the most painful kind of heartbreak. The kind with the charming smile and eyes that glisten recklessly underneath the lights, full of second intentions and white lies, words that say more than what they mean and the bottle in your hands promises too many things you wouldn’t dare to admit. The kind of heartbreak that looks so angelical but you’re left without breathing for being in the toxic for so long and never realizing it.