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  • Me:

    *follows really amazing blog

  • Really amazing blog:

    *follows me back*

  • Me:

    oh nooooo

  • Me:

    OH NOOOO

  • Me:

    WHAT AM I GONNA DO!?!? I HAVE TO KEEP THEM ENTERTAINED

  • Me:

    *blush* ohhhh gods,

  • Me:

    oh goooods noooo

  • Really amazing blog:

    *reblogs my post*

  • Me:

    ...

  • Me:

    ARE YOU PROUD OF ME NOW, MOM?

Reblog if you think it’s okay to share a bed with your best friend.

teamheichou:

snitchwings:

bishojosailorsenshi:

crazyideasfromaweirdperson:

Several of my family members think it’s wrong. Myself and a couple friends think it’s totally okay. I want to know what the rest of you think.

Pssh. I wouldnt let my best friend sleep on the floor! Plus you have a snuggle buddy!

Wrong? Wow, er. That’s awkward, I’ve shared a bed with virtually all my friends.

I really don’t think twice about it. Seems normal to me.

I think it’s sometimes rude to not share the bed, plus you’ll spend like 20 minutes arguing about who sleep on the floors it’s like “Let’s cuddle instead”

(Source: crazyideasfromawhiteperson)

heyteenbookshey:

If I Stay by Gayle Forman

Exceeds the hype. I don’t know why I waited so long to read If I Stay. There’s nothing new I can say about it, since it’s 5 years old and obviously a very well loved book.

I have this terrible habit of not reading popular books unless I perceive reading them as culturally imperative (Harry Potter, TFiOS, etc). It’s possible that sometime in the last couple years I consciously choose not to read If I Stay simply because all my friends were reading it. Opposing popularity has helped me find some great books, like 4 to 16 Characters. But it’s also suuuuper ridiculous, because I miss out on dozens of fantastic books. I could have read If I Stay five years ago! 

I am so glad I finally picked it up and cannot wait to read the sequel.

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