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ohhhjenna:

argentdaddy:

nobody loves you? that’s a blatant lie. scott mccall loves you

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7 months ago 20,443 notes via digivolvin © bottomerwin
Title: Space Cowboy [Yippie-Yi-Yay]
Artist: 'N Sync Feat. Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes
Album: No Strings Attached
Plays: 3949

columbussailedtheoceanbluein1492:

I love this song, I don’t know why.

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7 months ago 2,595 notes via larvitarr
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I have looked at you
in millions of ways and
I have loved you in each

digivolvin:

imagine someone offering to make a romantic dinner for you and when you get to their place it’s immaculately clean and there are candles and flowers on the table and everything is beautifully ambient 

and then they emerge from the kitchen holding two lunchables

1 year ago 191,303 notes via digivolvin

digivolvin:

writers always fall back on “we will definitely add a queer romance if/when it’s right for the story” like they’re protecting the integrity of the narrative’s structure by avoiding unnecessary romance, as if their first priority is good writing.

while conveniently ignoring that many, many stories

many of the very same stories written by the very same people who say they’ll add queer characters “when it’s right”

are written around the love lives of straight characters.

plots that could’ve feasibly arisen without romance are propelled by romance. characters are derailed by sloppy romantic subplots all the timepeople express interest in other people, fall in love with other people, and the plot works itself around it. sometimes it makes for good storytelling and sometimes it doesn’t— but it’s never a question of whether or not it’s “right for the plot” because it’s not even consciously done. you write straight love stories on autopilot. 

which is why when writers say “if the opportunity arises to introduce it organically” all i hear is “that requires thinking of queer romances as something inherently organic, which i don’t really know how to do.”

1 year ago 4,250 notes via digivolvin

digivolvin:

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1 year ago 132 notes via digivolvin

fashionably late cretaceous: coolman229: digivolvin: when dudes say they’ve been friendzoned i like...

coolman229:

digivolvin:

when dudes say they’ve been friendzoned i like to imagine rod serling waiting impatiently to escort their entitled manchildren butts into the alternate dimension they’ve created for themselves— a dimension not only of sound, but of mind. a journey into the land…

1 year ago 19,830 notes via digivolvin