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If i had the choice to visit the future or past, I’ll say past. Why? Because in the past there was actually REAL dancing, not some grinding shit actual dancing that you do with your partner. And the guys actually ask out the girl to go on a date not just ask them out and right at that moment you two are officially boyfriend and girlfriend…
yeah and whilst you’re at it - be in the middle of the holocaust!!!!! watch your sweetheart or your dad, brother, nephew, son go into war, not knowing if they’re going to return home!!!!
Yeah, just dance like this now. Who gives a shit? I love a bit of swing dancing.
She looks like Katy Perry.
the past is intresting because of the distinct differences in the era. This era has less class, might have more social freedom and is living in a sea of electronics. There are good and bad things about the past and present.
Happy Vaisakhi! :)
sardar jee, tussi great ho!
the uncle man in jackson heights!
Dragon by Michael Perrotta [tumblr]
So I was gonna do a post about my shit day, but then something occurred to me I felt like I should write about instead.
You know what annoys me? Relationships.
Not even that people are in them, not that people who are into the whole PDA thing are annoying (ok, little bit), but really that we feel like we have to define everything.
But what happens up until the point you define stuff?
Could you be in a “relationship” but be single?
All of this stuff was occurring to me when my friend came to me with her relationship issues concerning this stuff. It also dawned one me that I think everyone has this issue.
What do you do until you define stuff?
Are we all single until we’re told otherwise?
Or does it depend on whether your heart is currently occupied?
As someone who’s had my fair share of bull with this stuff, I feel like we all want a label for everything! We all want to give everything a title that sounds nice.
Like if you like a boy you don’t just want to be his one and only, you want to be able to say he’s mine, he’s my boyfriend. Correct?
Admit it or not, we love labels!
What happens when we get labels we don’t like?
What happens when we’re forced to label things we don’t want to?
What happens when someone likes not knowing?
Trick question. Admit it or not, we all want to know.
We want to know everything, we want to be able to have every single thing that we can in the back of our minds.
We strive to give love a label, but here’s the thing, if you’re really in love, if your relationship is completely worth it, you don’t need a label. You don’t need to be able to tell the world about what is and isn’t yours.
You know why?
Because you know it’s yours.
Excuse me while I slip into another language for a moment.
Je aapko pata hai ki aap ki haq hai kissi cheez pai, tho phir aap ko zaroori nahi lagta ki aap har kissi ko batao uuske baare mein. Aap ko aapne undhar maisuss honda ki voh aap ki hai
Back to English, basically, if you know it’s yours you won’t feel obligated to tell the world.
When we label things, it’s usually to help up cope or feel better about something, or just make our lives easier, but when we trust they’re not necessary we know whatever we have is real.
That’s just my two cents on this whole thing anyway.
girl that is white
- identifies as female
- is caucasian
- comes to school 15 minutes late with starbucks
- dresses up as a cat for halloween
- wears sunglasses indoors
- wears short shorts with uggs
- says she was born in the wrong generation
- is always singing call me maybe