september? more like october preparation month

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Top 20 favorite ships | Jack & Elizabeth (Pirates of the Caribbean)

You’ll have the chance to do something… something courageous. And when you do, you’ll discover something. That you’re a good man.

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FKA Twigs

"Two Weeks"


FKA Twigs // Two Weeks

Struggle- Biscuts

His eyes change colors while we conversate. he might just be moodier than i. he throws temper tantrums too. his hugs are perfect. when we kiss the world spins and slows down all at once. hes crazy and loud and i want him. i want to look at him every morning and do things to see his fox like smile. i want to learn about him and go on adventures. he has no idea the only thing running through my mind while were together is how bad i want to hear him laugh and do that scream he does. his smell<3 i want to try new things and go places ive never thought of because of him….. he reminds me of the ex but there are distinct differences. to sum it all up i want him to be happy and id love to be the reason. hes broken and i dont want to fix him i want to fill in all the cracks with laughter, and kisses, and stories, and a lifetime of memories. he has no idea how alike we are and he thinks im nothing but a fool. and for him id be that. id be a fool, the fool if only to be HIS fool. 

I hope
you never
regret me.

—5:00 p.m. (Please don’t ever think of me as a mistake)

(Source: angryasianfeminist, via the-doctor786)

The Seatbelts

"Bad Dog No Biscuits"


Bad Dog No Biscuits - The Seatbelts

In the history of television series, Cowboy Bebop reigns supreme for having the best soundtrack ever made. This is the most stylish, debonair, and exhilarating collection of jazzy tunes I ever heard in my life. You don’t even have to be a fan of the show to enjoy the sheer brilliance of this soundtrack, because Yoko Kanno and The Seatbelts crafted music that is timeless and perfectly evokes the western sci-fi noir flavor of the anime. This is what all soundtracks should aspire to be like.

"Music is the art which is most nigh to tears and memory." -Oscar Wilde

True love is not so much a matter of romance as it is a matter of anxious concern for the well-being of one’s companion.

—Gordon B. Hinckley, Stand a Little Taller (via hqlines)

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