“I’d die for her. I love her so much. I don’t know what I would do without her. She’s going through a lot right now. I wish I could just kiss away the pain, make it go away, stop it, kill it! If she, you know, I don’t know what I would do. I’d kill myself. I love that girl. I love her. I love her almost more than I love myself.” - Johnny Depp on Winona Ryder (1989).
studying developmental psych and psychology in general has really helped me sort of let go of any bad feelings i harbored/forgive everyone for every shitty thing that ever happened growing up. like in high school it was so easy to hold people to a certain adult standard, especially when we dressed like adults and drank like adults.. a lot of things that once seemed shady or inexcusable might be better explained by sheer youth. we were all just scrambling, trying to figure out how who we were and what we wanted/ trying to make ourselves happy and everyone else along the way. a lot of decisions that seem right at the time have unforeseen and indirect consequences— unfortunately a lot of us had to learn that lesson the hard way, through trial and error. what’s good in theory isn’t always good in practice, and unfortunately it will probably always be that way. anyways i love everyone now and maybe i’m wrong for it but i think i’ve stumbled upon a much healthier way to reconstrue the past rather than continue to assume everyone’s a black entity or fake-ass manipulative bitch.
Doin sum sewin before da big weekend! 😎 @brandymelvilleusa @skuniz
Lena Dunham (via hellanne)
Charlie’s monologue from Girls season 1, so darling.
Agent Provocateur Natasha set, 2008
UGH GIVE IT TO ME