If tumblr was McDonalds, all the burgers and sandwiches and nuggets and fries would be served without condiments. You’d be free to bring and add your own condiments to actually make the dining experience fully ENJOYABLE, but occasionally Ronald McDonald would stand by your table, sigh disapprovingly and comment on how all the ketchup stains make his life so hard.
Im in tears
I think this will be my last missing e post for now.
Cave Johnson here, Read this: Due to the high amount of test subject injuries on tumblr, we're increasing the difficulty of the tests and "removing" blogs/subjects that we think won't be up to the challenge by January 1rst. People have been asking for easier tests and this is what we're doing. Don't think of it as a bad thing. Think of it as an advancement of the more durable side of Science. Tumblr will be better off with healthier, not dead test subjects. So if you feel like you're strong enough to do this, reblog it by the first or we'll have to escort you off the premises. Cave Johnson, out.
We’re not a perfect couple. We’re just a couple. We love each other and we get on each others’ nerves. She grits her teeth when she hears me tell the same story for the dozenth time. I grit my teeth when she tells me it’s time to go jogging (but mostly I go with her anyway). She loves crowds and people, I like solitude and the countryside. She’ll go through hell to avoid the cold. I quite like it.
But she makes me laugh and I’m ridiculously happy when I’m with her. Unless we’re having an argument. We have great and wonderful arguments.
I don’t think you get perfect couples. At best you get two people building something, and working at it, and loving each other, and doing their best to communicate.
”— Neil Gaiman on his relationship with Amanda, defying and denying the “perfect couple” label. (via hopeforpandora) (cute)
“You should tell them the truth. Tell them that if they hold on too tightly, love might cut them. Tell them to hold on tightly anyway. Tell them everything is worth it and that the richness of life is only ever enhanced by its inevitable, brief flashes of sadness and loss.”—I Wrote This For You: The Messenger Was Dead When I Got Here (via iwtfy-)