anonymous asked:

You know of any that they are best friends and the boyfriend of one of them feel jealous of their relationship?

i’m not lovin’ you, the way I wanted to

for a thousand years (and a thousand more)

Next to You

for zayn

Just the two of us and a cute little cup of cyanide

Come On Then, Come On

spaces between us (hold all our secrets)

here’s my hand (if you’ll take it)

Hello Again

these thoughts i keep, i want to share with you

Learning to Let Go

No, He Does Not.

Stop at any Time

Say Hello Wave Goodbye

darling, only i know your bruises

spaces between us (hold all our secrets)

here’s my hand (if you’ll take it)


Hello there mutuals, I am back again with my little pronoun round!

Even if we have interacted several times, it is very likely that if you don’t specifically say it on your blog, I don’t know your pronouns. Please, this is really important to me. I have gotten misgendered a few times on here despite my pronouns being written on my blog, and while I am not upset with those who did it, it made me realise just how easy it is to misgender even good friends.

So please, even if you feel like you’ve told me before, or if you think it’s “obvious”, even if you are cis, please please reply with your pronouns <3

anonymous asked:

Hello there, All my life I haven't been super into anyone (boys or girls) and I started to identify as ace a little while ago. And I'm also starting to think I'm biromantic, all my friends constantly call me a lesbian because I don't want to have sex and I've always denied it, so how do I deal with coming out and saying that sometimes I like girls. And explain that I don't want to have sex with them either?

Often I try to educate people on new topics. You can always educate them on what asexual is, and what the split attraction model is. Maybe after they have learned about other identities and orientations, they will be more receptive to what you have to say? Also you are never obligated to come out. I hope you stay safe <3

Move on, leave, run away, escape this place… but don’t forget about me, about us, about this town. Always remember where you come from so you can appreciate how far you’ve come.
—  c.j.n.
You claim to love her, inside and out, but the only time you call her beautiful is when it’s 3 in the morning and I’ve already turned you down.
—  girls tell each other everything, c.j.n.