LOL i love the subtitles. they really make this so much funnier XD
toyosatomimi: darckcarnival: HOW THE FUCK DID THIS GUY KEEP A STRAIGHT FACE… you know, just your regular work week.
" I Love You "
In Japan, there are 3 ways to say ”I Love You”: Daisuki - for friends and persons you like. Aishiteru - for a more serious relationship. Koishiteru - for the person you want to spend the rest of your life with. They’re amazing ‘cause they made this rule to preserve the REAL MEANING of saying ”I Love You” and not to LOSE IT like MOST OF US DO.
nothinglikeawkward: I’m swimming in the smoke Of bridges I have burned So don’t apologize I’m losing what I don’t deserve
i thought i finally had myself figured out, but i...
educationconnection: you think nobody notices that your status was a popular text post on tumblr but i notice i always notice ALL THE TIME. it’s so fucking annoying.
have you ever had a friend who is literally like your soul mate but like in a friendship way like you are so compatible and perfect for each other
Update #7 - Part Two
I had to do some things differently today at chemo because it’s getting worse for me. My body and my mind knows what’s coming, so that’s why I always feel nauseous the morning of, even if I really shouldn’t be nauseous. A nurse told me it’s called anticipatory nausea, which makes total sense. So yeah, I had to hold my nose while she sprayed on a numbing agent which...
Update #7 - Part One
So I’m just sitting here in chemo, feeling sorry for myself, wanting to cry because I’m just tired of it all - the nausea, the needles, the “not like myself” feeling. But then this woman came in who I’ve seen a few times before, and she’s waiting back on her echocardiogram results to determine how treatment has been going for her. Her results are no where to be...
ambedo n. a kind of melancholic trance in which you become completely absorbed in vivid sensory details—raindrops skittering down a window, tall trees leaning in the wind, clouds of cream swirling in your coffee—which leads to a dawning awareness of the haunting fragility of life