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  1. I want your Monday morning
    sleep soaked eyes
    dream drenched voice,
    lazy bones
    ‘five more minutes please babe.’

    I want your Tuesday afternoon
    coffee break,
    glasses off, laughter on
    ‘just hold me for a while
    it’s been a hard day.’

    I want your Wednesday evening
    fingers through hair
    teeth nibbling nails
    neck craning, eye glazing
    ‘this paperwork never ends’

    I want your Thursday night
    drinks for two
    bones unbind
    muscles let loose
    flats, slacks,
    ‘just me and you’

    I want your finally Friday
    stretch soul smile,
    sun sipping light
    from the glaciers in your eyes
    fingers unfurl, hand extends
    ‘c’mon babe, lets go wild’

    I want your weekend.
    your movie marathon Saturday
    reading by the fireplace
    kissing in the blankets
    want your Sunday morning
    orange juice and pancakes
    white sheets, tender skin
    hair like the Fourth of July
    ‘let’s not get out of bed today.’

    I want your ordinary
    and your stress, rest, release
    I want your bad day and that terrible night
    I want you drunk in my arms
    forgetting the place but never my name
    I want your lazy and your lonely
    and your fist full of fight
    I want you everyday
    in every way
    for the rest of my life.

  2. Stories from Reddit #3

    shorthorrorfiction:

    About five years ago I lived downtown in a major city in the US. I’ve always been a night person, so I would often find myself bored after my roommate, who was decidedly not a night person, went to sleep. To pass the time, I used to go for long walks and spend the time thinking.

    I spent four…

  3. aljazeeraamerica:

Opinion: A bailout for jobless millennials?

In the shadow of the Great Recession lies a deep depression: Youths in their 20s and early 30s are hitting new lows. Compared with older workers who have lost their jobs, young people face more complex and layered hardships that could last most of their lives. They are experiencing disproportionately high unemployment, stretching indefinitely into the future, in an increasingly unequal and uncertain social landscape. And just when they are most in need of social support, the recession has led lawmakers to erode the welfare and employment programs that youths need to move themselves — and the economy they have inherited — toward recovery.
For young people in the United States and Europe, there is an emotional layer to this economic malaise. According to a recent U.K. survey of 2,161 people ages 16 to 25 by nonprofit advocacy group the Prince’s Trust, the unemployment epidemic is driving a mental-health crisis. While overall happiness levels for the surveyed youths stayed about level over the past year, reported emotional health fell significantly for the segment that is out of the workforce and not in school or job training. These young people experienced feelings of despondency and hopelessness at a higher rate than their peers. Chronically unemployed youths were more likely to have experienced panic attacks, engaged in self-harming behavior or felt suicidal. Mental-health problems struck 4 in 10 jobless young people “as a direct result of unemployment,” according to the Prince’s Trust.

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Photo: Getty Images

Not alone. Not alone.

    aljazeeraamerica:

    Opinion: A bailout for jobless millennials?

    In the shadow of the Great Recession lies a deep depression: Youths in their 20s and early 30s are hitting new lows. Compared with older workers who have lost their jobs, young people face more complex and layered hardships that could last most of their lives. They are experiencing disproportionately high unemployment, stretching indefinitely into the future, in an increasingly unequal and uncertain social landscape. And just when they are most in need of social support, the recession has led lawmakers to erode the welfare and employment programs that youths need to move themselves — and the economy they have inherited — toward recovery.

    For young people in the United States and Europe, there is an emotional layer to this economic malaise. According to a recent U.K. survey of 2,161 people ages 16 to 25 by nonprofit advocacy group the Prince’s Trust, the unemployment epidemic is driving a mental-health crisis. While overall happiness levels for the surveyed youths stayed about level over the past year, reported emotional health fell significantly for the segment that is out of the workforce and not in school or job training. These young people experienced feelings of despondency and hopelessness at a higher rate than their peers. Chronically unemployed youths were more likely to have experienced panic attacks, engaged in self-harming behavior or felt suicidal. Mental-health problems struck 4 in 10 jobless young people “as a direct result of unemployment,” according to the Prince’s Trust.

    Read more

    Photo: Getty Images

    Not alone. Not alone.

  4. spookymormon:

    please stop asking me about my future ill cry

    (via everything-in-black)

  5. ewitsmichelle:

sacredmoon123:

Imagine if in “Frozen” when Anna’s heart finally freezes, Elsa, horror struck and filled with grief began to hold her and sing a reprise version of “Do You Want to build a Snowman.”
Cause I feel like it’d go like this:
Elsa: 
….Yes I wanna build a snowman….
…And ride our bikes around the halls…
…It’s because I cared for you….
…I hid from you…
…And now you took the fall….. 
 
…I wanted to protect you….
…Now look at you…
…Frozen by my own hands….
 
*Pauses looking at her hands*
 
…Yes I wanna build a snowman…
…And play outside in all the snow…
…I wanted just to hold you close….
…Open up my door…
…Because I loved you most…
 
…I was always lonely….
…Not anymore…
…Cause now I can finally see…
 
…I want to build a snowman …
…One more time Anna please………. 
*cries*

deleted scene pls

    ewitsmichelle:

    sacredmoon123:

    Imagine if in “Frozen” when Anna’s heart finally freezes, Elsa, horror struck and filled with grief began to hold her and sing a reprise version of “Do You Want to build a Snowman.”

    Cause I feel like it’d go like this:

    Elsa:

    ….Yes I wanna build a snowman….

    …And ride our bikes around the halls…

    …It’s because I cared for you….

    …I hid from you…

    …And now you took the fall…..

     

    …I wanted to protect you….

    …Now look at you…

    …Frozen by my own hands….

     

    *Pauses looking at her hands*

     

    …Yes I wanna build a snowman…

    …And play outside in all the snow…

    …I wanted just to hold you close….

    …Open up my door…

    …Because I loved you most…

     

    …I was always lonely….

    …Not anymore…

    …Cause now I can finally see…

     

    …I want to build a snowman …

    …One more time Anna please……….

    *cries*

    deleted scene pls

    (via give-110-deactivated20140416)

  6. omvr:

    yo gettin married at 22 sounds a lot like leavin a party at 9:30 pm

    (via give-110-deactivated20140416)

  7. bemusedlybespectacled:

    ALWAYS REBLOG KAT DENNINGS SLAMMING SLUT SHAMING

    (via waitforcake)

  8. booknerdbooknerd:

    cloudyskiesandcatharsis:

    Brilliant Thought-Provoking Satirical Illustrations by Pawel Kuczynski

    This is so powerful.

    (via brushedteeth)

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