a wild of nothing

where every something, being blent together turns to a wild of nothing

Lauren. 24. On the fence about just about everything.


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"youre old enough to make appointments yourself now"

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This is my biology. It’s my decision.

asguardiansofthegalaxy:

This is my biology. It’s my decision.

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Spade are considered unfortunate since they indicate problems, arguments, disputes, worries, delays and losses. Ideas and swift action are also connected to them.

Diamonds are ruler of all material matters such as money, estates, property and or status. Diamonds display outbursts of concern over certain situations.They represent vibrant energy and vitality. Diamonds  are also associated with temper and annoyance

Hearts represents emotions, love affairs relationships, friendships, and feelings of affection. They also indicate possessions, home, and educational matters. They experience love and happiness despite the problems along the way.

Clubs represent words, negotiations, business matters. Energy, enterprise, progress, ambition, and personal growth. Clubs are known for imminent travels associated with career, ambitions, organizations or societies.

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thedailydoodles:

“The Old Polaroid”
While cleaning out his junk drawer because he was busily procrastinating from the work he really should be doing, Rodrigo Torres happens upon a yellowed old Polaroid picture stuck between a pad of Post-Its… he hadn’t seen this picture for years, or even THOUGHT of it for at least a decade, but as soon as he sees it the memories come flooding back…
This was that one Christmas where that Monster totally smashed through the wall and ate Uncle Jaime, and the government let the Monster go free because it was working as a double agent and providing the authorities with valuable information about the Monster Militia’s funding and supplies, and the presents that year were awful because Rodrigo’s dad had lost his job and his mom was in jail for murdering that grocery clerk… things felt so awful then.
But then Rodrigo smiles wistfully as he thinks about how awful the world feels today, what with terrorism and war and the economy and the environment and his mom getting out of jail and murdering again and unemployment… and he realizes that it wasn’t really better back in the “good ol’ days”. 
It comforts him, in a way… something bad will always be happening, and this is just how things are.  The epiphany sends a tingling calming sensation through his body, as he tells himself that everything was always awful.
And it always will be.  :’-)
Rodrigo sticks the photo on his fridge underneath a NEVER FORGET 9/11 magnet as a helpful reminder that nothing ever changes.
Originally Posted 9/8/2012
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“The Old Polaroid”

While cleaning out his junk drawer because he was busily procrastinating from the work he really should be doing, Rodrigo Torres happens upon a yellowed old Polaroid picture stuck between a pad of Post-Its… he hadn’t seen this picture for years, or even THOUGHT of it for at least a decade, but as soon as he sees it the memories come flooding back…

This was that one Christmas where that Monster totally smashed through the wall and ate Uncle Jaime, and the government let the Monster go free because it was working as a double agent and providing the authorities with valuable information about the Monster Militia’s funding and supplies, and the presents that year were awful because Rodrigo’s dad had lost his job and his mom was in jail for murdering that grocery clerk… things felt so awful then.

But then Rodrigo smiles wistfully as he thinks about how awful the world feels today, what with terrorism and war and the economy and the environment and his mom getting out of jail and murdering again and unemployment… and he realizes that it wasn’t really better back in the “good ol’ days”. 

It comforts him, in a way… something bad will always be happening, and this is just how things are.  The epiphany sends a tingling calming sensation through his body, as he tells himself that everything was always awful.

And it always will be.  :’-)

Rodrigo sticks the photo on his fridge underneath a NEVER FORGET 9/11 magnet as a helpful reminder that nothing ever changes.

Originally Posted 9/8/2012

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Okay so in the past year my parents have started incorporating the word “trolling” into their vocabulary and now use it incorrectly all the time.  At first it was funny but now it needs to stop.

family words internetz it's all my fault because I'm the one who used it in front of them