my advice is don’t ever eat at Burger King bc you’ll get sick later. even if it’s the only food place available at the airport. don’t

my aunt has the cutest cat. she’s a little scared of the thunder awh




nothing is more satisfying than someone walking right past ur hiding spot in hide and seek

how old are you

"thatkilljoy" living up to the url i see

Rainy morning in Charlotte. One more flight to go.

Hate it when you’re getting off a plane and the people behind you try to push past you and exit before you. Excuse u. Wait ur turn

Hello North Carolina I am here

Just boarded my flight to North Carolina. Ttyl friends


this is still my favorite tweet of all time


Landscapes, 2014 | by Anthony Samaniego



i cant imagine living in a place where its rude or weird to randomly strike up a conversation with the people standing by you in line, or sitting next to you on the bus. it sounds so bizarre

If you did that in the US you’d get some crazy looks.

hello friend i live in colorado

Anonymous asked:

is there any skin makeup i can use to hide a little bit of redness?

I’m not really an expert but I think maybe some sort of BB cream would be good? It’s usually pretty light and not super obvious, but it can hide mild discoloration of any sort pretty well.



he’s just chillin in my suitcase. ok

Anonymous asked:

I live in the south (Texas) and am used to talking to strangers randomly, it's fun! Seems to happen most at the grocery store, people are so ready to tell you about their plans for that food. When I've visited places further north, I get mixed reactions of people surprised but pleasantly, or looking at me like 'do they want money???? Go away.' But, dunno what reaction I'll get if I don't try!

aha exactly. i talk to people allll the time. like waiting in like a starbucks. sitting across from them on the light rail. and i never knew there were places where that was considered rude until just recently, after talking to friends from other states / countries!!