Free Parking.


relationship goal: a relationship

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if your teenage years are meant for experimenting with relationships i’m fucked

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"so what are you being for halloween?"

  • single
  • alone
  • lonely
  • ugly

"I can’t believe you’re being the same thing you were last halloween"

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"Can you please open the bag?" [via]


waking up and realizing you still have more time to sleep


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i may seem like an angry person on the surface but deep inside im actually angrier

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you’re not a true gamer until you shove an entire ps4 up your ass

You mean I shoved that ps3 up my ass for nothing

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i love fall colors and fall drinks and fall activities and fall weather and fall clothes but most of all i love fall out boy

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when I die I want to be reincarnated as a kitten because at least then people will love me

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what are snails even trying to do

their best

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Haunted Wedding Dress Dances On Its Own
In 1849, a girl from a rich family named Anna Baker fell in love with a low class iron worker. Anna’s father, Ellis Baker, refused to let her marry her beloved, banishing the young man from their hometown of Altoona, Pennsylvania and dooming his daughter to a life of spinsterhood. Anna was so angry with her father that she never fell in love or married, and remained bitter and angry until her death in 1914.
Before her father sent her true love away, Anna had chosen a beautiful wedding dress that she intended to wear at their wedding. When the wedding did not occur, another wealthy woman from a local family, Elizabeth Dysart, wore the dress instead, gloating the entire time. Years later, the wedding dress was given to an historical society, and eventually the Baker mansion was turned into a museum. The wedding dress was placed in a glass case in what was formerly Anna Baker’s bedroom. After her death, visitors claim to see the dress move on its own, especially during full moons. The dress sways from side to side, as if an unseen bride is standing in front of her mirror, admiring herself in the gown.
Investigators who have searched for drafts and other naturally occurring circumstances have come up empty handed. No one can be sure why the dress sometimes moves by itself, though many speculate that the spurned bride, Anna Baker, has reclaimed her dress at last.

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