the reason i'll be forever alone

Has the Ocean Lost Its Way by anon    <- click the link and read it please

UM LISTEN IDK WHO WROTE THIS STORY BUT A MILLION BROWNIE POINTS TO WHOEVER DID BECAUSE YOU LITERALLY WROTE A FULL PARAGRAPH DESCRIPTION ABOUT MY URL AND I LOVE YOU SO MUCH THANK YOU FOR FUELING MY OBSESSION EVEN MORE

@hlsummerexchange2017 i hope you guys can pass this post on to the author of this story since it’s still anon so they see how happy they’ve made me. (hint hint).

Xx

Cry Baby Starters pt.2
  • Tag You're It:
  • "You had your eye out for a little while"
  • "Let me take you for a joyride"
  • "I can taste your skin on my teeth"
  • "I hope to god you're never leaving"
  • Milk and Cookies: :
  • "Won't you lock the door"
  • "I'm done with this"
  • "It's getting late"
  • "I never want to see you again"
  • "I pull off black so well"
  • Pacify Her: :
  • "The basic bitch leaves, finally. Now I can take her man"
  • "Someone told me, 'stay away from things that aren't yours.' But was he yours if he wanted me so bad?"
  • "Pacify her, she's getting on my nerves"
  • "You don't love her"
  • "Stop playing with your words"
  • "I can't stand her whining"
  • "Loving her seems tiring"
  • "Just love me"
  • Mrs. Potato Head: :
  • "No one will love you if you're unattractive"
  • "Is it true that pain is beauty?"
  • "Will a pretty face make it better?"
  • "Do you swear you'll stay forever?"
  • Mad Hatter: :
  • "Me friends don't walk, they run"
  • "This dream is a killer"
  • "I really hate being safe"
  • "I'm nuts, baby I'm mad"
  • "You think I'm psycho"
  • "You think I'm gone"
  • "Tell the psychiatrist something is wrong"
  • "You like me best when I'm off my rocker"
  • "I'm not alarmed"
  • "So what if I'm crazy? The best people are"
  • "My brain is scattered"
  • "You can be Alice, I'll be the Mad Hatter"
  • "I think you're crazy, too. I think you're gone. It's probably the reason that we get along"
  • Play Date: :
  • "It's just me and you, you and me alone"
  • "I don't give a fuck about you anyways"
  • "Whoever said I gave a shit about you?"
  • "I never know what you need"
  • "I wanna give you what you need"
  • "You know I give a fuck about you everyday"
  • Teddy Bear: :
  • "I stitched you up and put you together"
  • "I didn't care"
  • "I wasn't scared"
  • "I'm in despair"
  • "Should I be scared?"
  • "You were comforting and quiet"
  • "How did love become so violent?"
  • "I threw you out, I didn't outgrow you"
  • "It's so terrifying how you paralyze me"
  • "I'm so unprepared"
  • Cake: :
  • "Your skin is warm like an oven"
  • "Your kiss is sugary sweet"
  • "Your fingers feel like cotton when you put your arms around me"
  • "I feel like I'm missing something whenever you leave"
  • "You've got all the ingredients, except you loving me."
  • "Im not a piece of cake for you to discard, while you walk away with the frosting of my heart"
  • "I'm taking back what's mine"
  • "You'll miss the slice of heaven that I gave to you last night"
  • "You smell just like vanilla"
  • "You taste like buttercream"
  • "You're filling up my senses with empty calories"
  • "If I'm just a piece of cake, then you're just a piece of meat"

dreamofelectricsheep  asked:

Hey Matt, I feel like I'm in A Beautiful Mind. How much organization is too much and how do you convince yourself to just leave it alone and WRITE? I know I'll love it more in the end if I "get it just right", but I'm afraid the pursuit of perfection is slowing me down more than it's helping. It's my first foray into storytelling and it feels like I'm doing more research/world building than scriptwriting. But Miyamoto said, "A delayed game is eventually good, but a rushed game is forever bad."

And dali said, ‘have no fear of perfection; you will never achieve it.”

In my experience, a delayed game, delayed long enough, and for enough reasons, is indistinguishable to a bunch of people waiting around in a field and sometimes, just sometimes, a rushed game sounds like LEAVE HOME.

What I learned was, the steps are easy: just go. start. stick to it. finish it. and then do better next time. that’s it, that’s all. See, because I also learned that the actual DOING IT is the hard part. Ideas, i found, come cheap. Craft and technique come with repetition and practice. Execution and delivery is the stuff.

Ask yourself, if I can’t start, maybe it’s not ready? and if I can start, but aren’t, well – what’s stopping me really?

Straight up advice I have for anyone trying to do anything creative: get out there and let yourself suck in public. Then do better next time.