Your friends use your fame, it’s kind of, like, a joke, like, a game!
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Do you own Magic Mike on DVD or Bluray? :)
If i owned Magic Mike, I would never get anything done because I would keep pausing on Alex’s pretty face/bod lbr.
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Joshua Jackson & Diane Kruger attend the 2013 H&M Loves Music Coachella Kickoff Event April 13, 2013
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See, I guess, you know what it comes down to? [x]
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guys, you are the best! And you didn’t even call me dumb :”’) that’s real luv tbh. So yeah, I disabled missing e and it works now! Now I can bore you with my messages :’)
I don't know what my life is going to be without John Krasinski on my tv each week :(:(:(:(:(
WHAT IS A JIM-LESS LIFE. WHAT.
um this is going to sound REAL DUMB OK but here goes, here goes the dumb question that you absolutely cannot judge me for….
I can’t answer any of the questions in my inbox? every time I press answer, it just loads and then nothing happens and the screen stays the same. CAN SOMEONE SAVE ME PLS, it’s the most frustrating thing ever omg
The Master + Water
"Why is the term “friend zone” so popular when the term “unrequited love” already exists and is more accurate? I suspect it’s because it shifts the locus of responsibility. “Unrequited love” focuses on the person who has the crush. The feelings being discussed are the crushing person’s, thus the responsibility in on them to get over their crush and move on. “Friend zone”, on the other hand, focuses on the crush object’s choices. The phrase erases the agency of the crushing person. All blame for their pain is put on the crush object. “Unrequited love” is something that can happen to both sexes, but “friend zone” is a sexist concept that implies that women are solely responsible for men’s happiness, and not men themselves."