fereles

1. getting addicted to a person based on what you thought they were, how you want them to be, aspects you “believe is inside them somewhere”.

2. craving the attention of someone who has previously been abusive towards you, because you need their confirmation to feel like you are worthy.

3. wanting to “save the beautiful girl who doesn’t know how much she’s worth”, be a hero.

4. enjoying, and eventually craving, the company and attention of someone who shows obvious interest in you, because you’re trying to get over someone else.

5. suddenly seeing someone in a different light because you know they’re in love with you, and you don’t wish to hurt them or lose them.

6. selfishness.

A Few Things That Aren’t Love (via synthetic-synaesthesia)

Raise your hand if you’ve ever experienced any one of these. 

(via fereles)

humansofnewyork
humansofnewyork:

“In the 70’s, I used to work out at this Gold’s Gym in California, and one day this wrestling promoter comes in and says: ‘I need a black guy, a Chinese guy, and an Indian—- he said Indian, but he meant Native American.’ I happened to be working out with a black friend and a Chinese friend, so I said: ‘We can do it! I can be an Indian!’ So he agreed, and he moved us into this empty warehouse to live. Then he gave us $600 per week to do a bunch of coke and beat the shit out of each other before Roller Girls events.”

This is my dream life. It’d pay me more than I’m making now and I’m pretty sure I’d have more fun.

humansofnewyork:

“In the 70’s, I used to work out at this Gold’s Gym in California, and one day this wrestling promoter comes in and says: ‘I need a black guy, a Chinese guy, and an Indian—- he said Indian, but he meant Native American.’ I happened to be working out with a black friend and a Chinese friend, so I said: ‘We can do it! I can be an Indian!’ So he agreed, and he moved us into this empty warehouse to live. Then he gave us $600 per week to do a bunch of coke and beat the shit out of each other before Roller Girls events.”

This is my dream life. It’d pay me more than I’m making now and I’m pretty sure I’d have more fun.