frankocean:

all posts after 2am and before 7am shall be forgiven.

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frankocean:

photo cred: michael mayren

frankocean:

photo cred: michael mayren

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Mmmm and this is why I adore you.

(Source: giganticsky)

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humansofnewyork:

“I was extremely shy when I was younger. I wasn’t asked to the prom or anything. Life didn’t really even start for me until I turned fifty. But let’s just say I got plenty of experience after that!”

humansofnewyork:

“I was extremely shy when I was younger. I wasn’t asked to the prom or anything. Life didn’t really even start for me until I turned fifty. But let’s just say I got plenty of experience after that!”

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ktmakesart:

Don’t befriend writers unless you want texts like this at 4:17 in the morning.

ktmakesart:

Don’t befriend writers unless you want texts like this at 4:17 in the morning.

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randomlancila:

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This is really awesome. I love this. 

i want to go here so bad. what a fantastic idea!

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Sometimes you just have to set something aside, as painful as it is, and start fresh. … And the books that you do end up shelving, they’re important to your growth.
Claire Legrand on how starting over isn’t giving up. Listen to the full interview here. (via yahighway)

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humansofnewyork:

“I lived in Paris until I was thirteen. Around that age, I began to fight with my father and stepmom. I’d always tell them that I wished I could move to America to live with my grandmother. One day, my stepmother told me: ‘You always say you want to go live with your grandmother. Well, you’re going to live with her. We bought you a ticket.’ The day I came to America was the most frightening moment of my life. When I landed at the airport, I couldn’t speak any English. I didn’t know how to find my grandmother, and I didn’t know how to get home.”

humansofnewyork:

“I lived in Paris until I was thirteen. Around that age, I began to fight with my father and stepmom. I’d always tell them that I wished I could move to America to live with my grandmother. One day, my stepmother told me: ‘You always say you want to go live with your grandmother. Well, you’re going to live with her. We bought you a ticket.’ The day I came to America was the most frightening moment of my life. When I landed at the airport, I couldn’t speak any English. I didn’t know how to find my grandmother, and I didn’t know how to get home.”

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