- (via thehausofjarreau)
Why is it that we subconsciously compare everybody to the last person we dated, whether we liked them or not? Lol Our minds work in funny ways. I’m not even actively seeking dates; my senses just tend to pick up physical attributes and personality traits that, in even the faintest ways, resemble the guy that I dated for, like, 5 minutes.
- Me (via breatheeagainnn)
The things mentioned here are cool and all, because they’re so common. But I always wonder: where’s the line between acceptable and unacceptable? What if something that makes me happy is considered wrong to someone else? What if touching little children or shooting heroin makes me happy? (obviously they don’t!) Since those make me happy, shouldn’t I be able to do them? I’m just trying to make the point that when we say “do what makes you happy,” we also mean don’t be stupid.