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If I don’t feel myself being the right-est one, how could I become confident enough to walk down towards your preempted picturesque portrait

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If I don’t feel myself being the right-est one, how could I become confident enough to walk down towards your preempted picturesque portrait

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humansofnewyork:

"What was the happiest moment of your life?"
“I don’t know.”
“What was the saddest moment of your life?”
“I don’t know.”
“What’s your best quality?”
“I don’t know.”
“What’s your worst quality?”
“Indecisiveness.”

Sometimes I think “I don’t know” is a wonderfulanswer

humansofnewyork:

"What was the happiest moment of your life?"
“I don’t know.”
“What was the saddest moment of your life?”
“I don’t know.”
“What’s your best quality?”
“I don’t know.”
“What’s your worst quality?”
“Indecisiveness.”

Sometimes I think “I don’t know” is a wonderfulanswer

humansofnewyork:

"My dad was just a working class Irish dude. He drank himself to death when I was fifteen, but he was a good dad when he was sober. I remember him taking me to a gay wedding on Christopher Street to teach me tolerance. And that was back in 1971."

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humansofnewyork:

"My dad was just a working class Irish dude. He drank himself to death when I was fifteen, but he was a good dad when he was sober. I remember him taking me to a gay wedding on Christopher Street to teach me tolerance. And that was back in 1971."

Crap. Everyone should follow this tumblr

humansofnewyork:

"I was engaged eight years ago, but my fiancee died in Iraq. After that, I promised myself that I’d never be that dependent on someone again. So after I met my husband, I fought marriage for the longest time. But we got married in September. And even though I was rebelling against it, and I always saw it as a meaningless formality, I’ve been surprised. There’s a comfort in knowing that you’re sworn to someone else."

If you have been through it. you’d know, it’s the hardest thing to fall down from things you believe so deeply and,even harder than the hardest was to climb back on and believe again.

humansofnewyork:

"I was engaged eight years ago, but my fiancee died in Iraq. After that, I promised myself that I’d never be that dependent on someone again. So after I met my husband, I fought marriage for the longest time. But we got married in September. And even though I was rebelling against it, and I always saw it as a meaningless formality, I’ve been surprised. There’s a comfort in knowing that you’re sworn to someone else."

If you have been through it. you’d know, it’s the hardest thing to fall down from things you believe so deeply and,even harder than the hardest was to climb back on and believe again.

humansofnewyork:

"I was engaged eight years ago, but my fiancee died in Iraq. After that, I promised myself that I’d never be that dependent on someone again. So after I met my husband, I fought marriage for the longest time. But we got married in September. And even though I was rebelling against it, and I always saw it as a meaningless formality, I’ve been surprised. There’s a comfort in knowing that you’re sworn to someone else."

If you have been through it. you’d know, it’s the hardest thing to fall down from things you believe so deeply and,even harder than the hardest was to climb back on and believe again.

humansofnewyork:

"I was engaged eight years ago, but my fiancee died in Iraq. After that, I promised myself that I’d never be that dependent on someone again. So after I met my husband, I fought marriage for the longest time. But we got married in September. And even though I was rebelling against it, and I always saw it as a meaningless formality, I’ve been surprised. There’s a comfort in knowing that you’re sworn to someone else."

If you have been through it. you’d know, it’s the hardest thing to fall down from things you believe so deeply and,even harder than the hardest was to climb back on and believe again.