rispostesenzadomanda:

Plot twist

  • 14 years old:

    I'm young but I know what I want. This isn't that hard, I'm all grown up already and have everything figured out.

  • 17 years old:

    Well, this is a little harder than I thought. School is almost ending. What am I going to do with my life?

  • 21 years old:

    What the fuck is going on? Where are my socks?

acassiecreed:

I found this via a friend, and I thought it was fantastic.

acassiecreed:

I found this via a friend, and I thought it was fantastic.

merielw:

i’ve been home for three hours i’m ready to go away again

dutchster:

don’t forget these

Driving like an Italian means accelerate when you should brake, cut across lanes with impunity, tailgate and generally act like a jerk on the road. You can’t really help it though, it’s actually SAFER to drive like an Italian when you’re in Italy. If you leave a braking distance from the car in front of you it’s just an invitation for someone to overtake you at high speed and jump in front. When in Rome drive like the Romans, but in other countries, it could get you arrested.
Una volta mi raccontò di un tizio che improvvisamente morì.
Cosa aveva, chiesero.
Nulla, era solo raffreddato.
Raffreddato?
La morte cerca una scusa, risposero
Io non le espressi mai il mio amore a parole; ma se gli sguardi hanno un linguaggio, il più grande idiota avrebbe capito che avevo perso la testa.
Emily Brontë (via nonsorridermipiutiprego)