“It’s funny. When you leave your home and wander really far, you always think, ‘I want to go home.’ But then you come home, and of course it’s not the same. You can’t live with it, you can’t live away from it. And it seems like from then on there’s always this yearning for some place that doesn’t exist. I felt that. Still do. I’m never completely at home anywhere.”

Danzy Senna (via 12-strings)

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stuffalextumbles:

Me for all of high school

stuffalextumbles:

Me for all of high school

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The Friendship Exodus of Your 20s


Slowly, as you slip from your twenties, there are no more clear delineations of goodbyes. People and priorities spread apart — moving away, following different paths and new dreams. It’s neither leaving each other behind nor choosing something better, but the natural exodus of friendship in your twenties. It’s a time of change and goodbyes, of new beginnings somewhere else and making it on your own. A period of coming and going, of clinging to the familiar while simultaneously flinging yourself into the unknown.

chinkoheartschinko:


GQ korea April 2014

Park Jae Gun @esteem

chinkoheartschinko:

GQ korea April 2014

Park Jae Gun @esteem

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heliolisk:

I cant get over Angelina Jolie waving for a selfie

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