Victor is so incredibly perfect, what even? I texted him a few minutes ago saying I wasn’t okay, because I basically broke contact off for good with Jack. Which was completely my choice; Victor was really understanding about the fact that mine and Jack’s relationship was complex and somewhat confusing and unfinished, and he trusted me to choose the right thing to do. He was okay with us still being in contact, he understood how it’s hard to just stop caring and that people are weird and that things have all these layers.
But Jack texted me… He had gotten a new phone, and felt the need to tell me, and like all our conversations they spiraled into deeper things and apologies, and then it eventually ended with me cutting off our contact. Because I can’t keep doing that. It’s not okay. It doesn’t feel okay. There’s too much chemistry. I can’t keep going up to him, and texting him, and he has to stop as well. If my boyfriend were in contact with their ex, I wouldn’t be happy. I’m a hypocrite and it’s not okay. I want to stop. I need to. So I said that we can’t go out of our way to talk anymore. And then I basically cried to Victor over Skype. And he was so sweet about it, he was telling me how I was brave and that its okay that I did talk to him. But he thinks I did the right thing. And just he was there for me at the weird hours, and more than willing to talk. And he was understanding too. I’m really lucky to have him.
if u can’t handle me at my hardcore feminist then u can’t have me at literally any other time bc that’s all i am 24/7
And… The Hoco date 2014 💙🐺
Hoco Proposal 2014 🌺
Victor’s homecoming proposal was so incredibly sweet. He baked brownies and wrote me a beautiful note in a handmade card (which I’ll scribe below). The front had pictures of my favorite flower, hibiscus, and said “mademoiselle, would you do me the honor of taking you to homecoming this year?”
"Hey princess. This isn’t going to be a love sonnet, but I think it does a pretty decent job of expressing my current feelings and sentimental nature ;). I guess I just want to start with the fact that I’ve had an amazing 2 and a half weeks so far as part of this relationship. For a long time I honestly didn’t know what a meaningful relationship felt like; my experience last year was one of cold distance, and I suppose subconsciously I began to associate that feeling with relationships in general. I got behind the ‘benefits of single life’ mantra, but I won’t deny that I felt jealous when I saw all these seemingly happy couples. I knew something was missing, but I continued to cling on to my naïveté, until now, until us.
I think you’re amazing, beautiful, and intelligent. All your mannerisms just add on to your personality, like your cute laugh and your ‘but yeah’. Also I know how you like to downplay you intelligence, but you are smart and don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. And don’t even get me started on your sexiness as I could go on for a good long while about that :). Just know that you are the hottest girl in the world to me right now.
I feel good when I see you, and thinking of you puts a little flutter in my chest. I want to be a bright spot in your life, to be someone you can talk to and depend on when you need it. All in all, I believe we both have something to offer each other.
Some or all of this may have been obvious or already said. But writing lends itself an official air, and I just want this to serve as a testament that, as of this moment, I’m a very happy guy :)”
"When I look on the bright side, it’s always in your direction"
ppl who think that saying “I love you” to someone a lot makes it lose it’s meaning are so boring literally what could make you think that? if someone tells you they love you like 3 times in an hour it means that 3 separate times they were sitting there and thinking about you and how wonderful you are like. smh. say I love you to everyone that you love as often as possible bc sometimes it’s easy to forget that there are people who love you
Do you have your own mood lighting now, because, frankly, the accent is enough.
calling me “thirsty” isn’t even an insult it’s a known fact
Cutting off hair in ancient Asia (Japan, china, Korea & possibly some other Asian cultures) symbolizes being banished or rejected from their home. In the more modern age that is now, cutting long hair into a short cut means to forget the past, leaving the old and starting anew.
Arthur Pendragon Meme
Arthur the dollophead (a moment when Arthur looks like a fool)
Orange is the New Black: a summary