PLEASE READ THIS AND REPOST. I WANT TAYLOR TO KNOW THIS.
The full story of becoming a Swiftie.
It all started when I was about 9 years old. I was alone and had no friends, the reason why was because I was different than other boys. I did not like sports and my head was always stuck in a book. To be honest I don’t really know why I was bullied growing up, but what I do know is that it hurt a lot. That same year the most unthinkable thing happened… My parents got divorced and I was always a momma’s boy if you can say it like that. I loved her, but as I grew older the reality became shockingly clear that she did not love me the way a mother is supposed to love their child. So with all of the bullying going on and me not having friends and the me that lost my mother, I wanted to find something that made me feel less alone so I went to my sisters room, and there I found Taylor Swifts album Fearless the platinum edition. I went to my room, let it play and I instantly fell in love. Since then I loved her music because it told a story and then when speak now came out the prologue got stuck in my head, but certain pieces stood out for me. Pieces like: “Real life is a funny thing, you know. In real life, saying the right thing at the right moment is beyond crucial. So crucial, in fact, that most of us start to hesitate, for fear of saying the wrong thing at the wrong time. But lately what I’ve began to fear more than that is letting the moment pass without saying anything” “There is a time for silence. There is a time waiting your turn. But if you know how you feel, and you so clearly know what you need to say, you’ll know it. I don’t think you should wait. I think you should speak now” And those words helped me through what I see as my toughest part of my life till today. You see all my life I have been bullied. I was called gay and a faggot and the people that said those things did not have the slightest clue that I was struggling with the fact that I am indeed gay. So some afternoons I would be at home, crying, and the I would put in one of Taylors albums and scream the lyrics at the top of my lungs and cry some more. It made me feel better. On the 23rd of August 2016 I came home with tears, because I was trying to accept the person I am. I then put on the song Change and read the prologues of all her albums leaving Speak Now for last and then that was the moment I knew that I needed to speak now and that was when I came out to my parents and the rest of this place.
Taylor Swift saved me, and I am not over exaggerating.If it wasn’t for her music I would not be here today. I would not be the person I am today. Taylor’s music has helped me through dark times and I cannot thank her enough.
there are so many different types of boys and so many different types of handsome.
you have your skater boys and your hipster boys and your punk boys and your athletic boys and your artsy boys and your musical boys and your smart boys and your theatrical boys and your good boys and your bad boys and your feminine boys and your masculine boys and your boys with soft touches and your boys with calloused hands and your boys who love their mommas and your boys who your momma warns you about and there’s just so many types and so many aspects of attractive
whatever type of boy you are, you are attractive in your own way
My favorite thing about Achilles is that he’s the greatest living Greek at the time with more godlike power than anyone else who could kill 20 men at a time easily, and he’s also a tiny androgynous looking naïve mommas boy who only likes one person and throws fits when he’s upset at 28