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If he were the right guy for you, there would be nothing on this earth keeping him from you. None of this not-over-his-ex sh*t, none of this not-ready-for-committment crap, no excuses, equivocation, or hemming and hawing. He would be there, and present, and totally excited about it. Don’t waste your time if they’re not.
— Siobhan O’Neill (via whyimsingle) (via loveishere) (via pieces) (via justbesplendid) (via tesladrianne)

reblogging myself for pertinent thing katie needs to see. HEY KATIE, LOOK AT THIS WITH YOUR EYES

Tagged: AHEMKATIE

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oxane:

 Charles Wilkin - Automatic

oxane:

Charles Wilkin - Automatic

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coffeeandteawrecks:

The skin speaks a language not its own by Bharti Kher.
Fibreglass and vinyl bindies, 2006-2007.

coffeeandteawrecks:

The skin speaks a language not its own by Bharti Kher.

Fibreglass and vinyl bindies, 2006-2007.

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chibular:

fergiemacleod:

river-song-stole-the-impala:

anna-go-to-him:

imgoingtodrinkmymugoftea:

fedexmylove:

lacedinweddings:

Prior to the wedding, you gather a strong wooden wine box, a bottle of wine and two glasses. Then, also before the ceremony, you both sit down separately and write love notes to each other, explaining your feelings on the eve of your wedding day. Each letter then gets sealed in its own envelope. You do not read your beau’s letter.
Then, at some point during the ceremony, your officiant explains the process, and the two of you seal the box by taking turns hammering in one nail at a time until the box is closed.
 You don’t open the box until your 10th anniversary (or really whatever anniversary you choose. Either way, on the day that you open the box, you both read the letters and drink the wine, remembering how you both felt just days before your wedding day.

Lovely idea.

Oooh, I want to do this.

What a fantastic idea! 

Oh I like this

:D! That’s awesome.

What if you get divorced? WHO GETS THE WINE?

chibular:

fergiemacleod:

river-song-stole-the-impala:

anna-go-to-him:

imgoingtodrinkmymugoftea:

fedexmylove:

lacedinweddings:

Prior to the wedding, you gather a strong wooden wine box, a bottle of wine and two glasses. Then, also before the ceremony, you both sit down separately and write love notes to each other, explaining your feelings on the eve of your wedding day. Each letter then gets sealed in its own envelope. You do not read your beau’s letter.

Then, at some point during the ceremony, your officiant explains the process, and the two of you seal the box by taking turns hammering in one nail at a time until the box is closed.

 You don’t open the box until your 10th anniversary (or really whatever anniversary you choose. Either way, on the day that you open the box, you both read the letters and drink the wine, remembering how you both felt just days before your wedding day.

Lovely idea.

Oooh, I want to do this.

What a fantastic idea! 

Oh I like this

:D! That’s awesome.

What if you get divorced? WHO GETS THE WINE?

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missterjameshalpert:

Conan: I heard that on the set of “The Office” you’re often asked to entertain by—

John: Don’t do it, oh please don’t do it…

Conan: Yes I am. This gentleman, he often entertains members of the cast by becoming a marionette. They demand it and you get up and you do it. 

John: That’s right. 

Conan: So you’re going to do it here, only if the crowd demands it. *crowd screams* Alright, so do you want any specific instructions for this marionette?

John: I like jobs, throw out a weird job. 

Conan: NBA ref. 

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