this is tru this is me

anonymous asked:

Okay don't ask me why cuz I have no idea but I remember this one time in your snapstory you were like(it's not gonna be verbatim cuz I don't remember exactly what was said lol) "hey guys not that don't appreciate it but girls who keep snapping me asking if I'm single I'm straight lol. Thanks though I'm flattered" and now look at you. Gay AF™. Tru Glow Up

CAAAAALLED OUUUUUT THANK YOU I REMEMBER WOW
it’s like all the wlw’s that we’re following me picked up on a vibe or something how weird

Also I obviously talked about it because I was enjoying the attention wonder whyyyyyy

promisesofamazing  asked:

Um hello yes just a southern girl here who fucking loves you and your blog especially your WRITING OMG GIRL YOU LEGIT NEED TO WRITE A POETRY BOOK ASAP OKAY. Omg we need to like me asap okay and you're literally so freaking pretty like wtf? And you got a kick ass personality? And you're nice? And caring? And funny? And thoughtful like wtf 1000 triple threat am I right ladies? That's my confession

AWWW BABY U MAKING ME SMILE U THE TRU HUNTY 10/10 RECCOMEND EVERYONE SHOULD GET A HALI. I LOVE U OMG YES ONCE I GET THAT ### WE CHILLING ASAP

anonymous asked:

follow this: mulder and scully aren't stuck on that bridge if you view home again as the season finale.

TRU but its still not enough to Not make me want to punch chris carter in the face

do any of you other asexuals call someone hot and then regret it because people will think it’s sexual but you really just meant that they’re a step up from cute in the aesthetic attraction department? because you both don’t mean “hot” the same way??

annabeth chase who:
  • hasn’t read a book for fun in years because aside from lack of motivation, the swimming letters and jumbled words makes it hard for her to enjoy it
  • suffers from short-term memory loss — she’ll walk into a room and forget why she went there, or she’ll go into a book to fact-check something and can’t recall why she’s even flipping through the pages a minute later. sometimes she can’t remember whether she ate breakfast or not.
  • constantly misplaces her things, which is a result of her being disorganized — like shoving an assignment into the wrong binder when she’s in a hurry or can’t be bothered, or taking her phone into the kitchen and somehow finding it in the food pantry 20 minutes later
  • can’t keep her room clean for more than a few days before it’s a mess again, cluttered with textbooks and sketchpads and clothing littering the floor and shoved into the corners
  • never fails to procrastinate on her assignments, no matter how small. you could give her a whole year and she would still wait till the last minute
  • has trouble staying focused and often loses her train of thought — she could be giving a meticulously thought out explanation on something she’s passionate about and just completely go blank
  • will stare at the pages of her stupid textbook with tears of frustration in her eyes, silently begging herself to just focus because this reading was supposed to have been done weeks ago, but no matter how hard she tries the text on the page won’t stop jumping around
  • goes days and days without brushing/washing her hair and wears the same clothes for a whole week
  • becomes anxious and irritable at small things like a ticking clock or the beeping sound the smoke detector makes when its battery needs to be changed
  • gets sudden bursts of inspiration to start a completely new project at the most inappropriate times, like during an important lecture or at 1 am when she should be writing an essay that’s due the next morning.
  • because of this she ends up with a lot of incomplete works-in-progress and half-assed assignments
  • absolutely despises school and gets anxiety thinking about going back to class come sunday night
  • pretends to embrace the fact that people think she is “scary” and “intimidating” but after years of hearing it becomes very insecure — she wishes she were the first person to come to peoples’ minds when they think of someone nice and friendly.
  • is constantly insecure and ashamed of herself because she’s supposed to be debunking that stupid ‘dumb blonde’ stereotype but wonders if she’s only encouraging it when she looks back at her slip-ups/flubs during conversations and small mistakes on tests and terrible first impressions she’s made and every single impulsive decision she made that went wrong and— what kind of Athena kid is she?