in fair verona // romeo and juliet

i. the 2nd law (isolated system) - muse / ii. female robbery - the neightbourhood / iii. half life - sneaker pimps / iv. second son - i:ss soundtrack / v. brothers - the black keys / vi. we must be killers - mikky ekko / vii. undead - liquid cinema / viii. arabella - arctic monkeys / ix. double crossed - i:ss soundtrack / x. fitzpleasure - alt-j / xi. night of the hunter - 30 seconds to mars / xii. neptune - sleeping at last / xiii. lurk - the neighbourhood / xiv. love psalm - mary elizabeth mcglynn / xv. home - tlou soundtrack / xvi. this night - black lab / xvii. glory and gore - lorde / xviii. heart shaped box - dead sara


pistachiopussy  asked:

So I'm 16 and I've known I was gay for ages. I've only met a few gay people though and for some reason I'm still scared to come out (although a good many people know). I'm actually scared of liking guys because what if they're straight? If I talk to them and they're not gay then I'm just embarrassing myself. How do I know if a guy is gay or not? No one talks to me and I have crippling anxiety so I can't talk to people. Ughhhhh any advice is appreciated (honestly sending this is scary)

okay so I actually relate to this so much because I have so much anxiety all the time tbh, and honestly im terrified of talking to boys! My only advice is to just take a leap of faith and i text guys and stuff and ive actually gotten humiliated by my whole school for liking a gay guy who refused to come out, so that wasnt too fun, but I have met some decent guys just through a simple “Hey”! Worst senerio, flat out ask him if he finds a certain male celebrity atractive and if he says hes straight then well hes straight but if he responds then go for it 😊

Wishing on Satellites

Dan and Phil High School-ish AU

Word Count: 8,293 (HOLY SHIT)

A/N: Okay so this is the longest fic I’ve ever written, and I’ve worked on this longer than I’ve ever worked on anything. Like I’m literally so proud of this, and I love the way it turned out. I hope you all love reading it as much as I loved writing it!

So here it is!

People like to dream of the future. They like to dream of what their lives will be like when they graduate high school, when they graduate college or university. They spend their time fantasizing about the people they’ll meet when they’re out in the ‘real world’, or what they want to be when they grow up.

I think it’s a waste of time

I wish I had done it more.

It was the night before graduation. The night before everything was going to change. After tomorrow, nothing was ever going to be the same again. I would be headed off to Uni, where I was going to become a lawyer. I was going to get a degree, and work at a law firm. Then I was going to meet a beautiful girl and we would fall I love and have children. We were going to be happy.

I was going to be happy.

Why wasn’t I happy?

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