I will write about the following, leave one in my ask box.
Dear person I hate,
Dear person I like,
Dear ex boyfriend,
Dear ex girlfriend,
Dear ex bestfriend,
Dear future me,
Dear past me,
Dear person I’m jealous of,
Dear person I had a crush on,
Dear [insert URL here],
Please please please do this
Dear Person I hate,
Stop freaking acting like you’re better than everyone else. Quit making up sob stories so people will feel sorry for you, it’s pathetic and a waste of their sympathy and tears. Quit giving me dirty looks during 4th period. Quit being so freaking rude me. You’re gonna die alone because nobody is gonna want you after all the stunts you pulled and all the lies you told. Nobody will be there for you and don’t go crying to me because I want nothing to do with you. Everyone is going to want nothing to do with you so just quit and freaking grow up because this isn’t a sand box!
I will not bend until I break, how much can one bruised body take? Just not enough to silence me, you’re only a memory.
drum solo dreams
Full House: The Lost Episode
Did you know that there was a ‘banned’ episode of Full House initially intended to be a classic sitcom ‘special episode’ and never wound up making the air or DVD?
Not unlike the Diff’rent Strokes episode, “The Bicycle Man”, the banned episode tackled the harsh topic of child molestation. In it, Michelle’s replacement kindergarten teacher, played by Bronson Pinchot (Perfect Strangers, The Surreal Life) is accused of touching Michelle’s friend, Denise (Jurnee Smollett) and then, eventually, Michelle herself. The two children bring it up casually during playtime with their other friend, Teddy (Tahj Mowry), who then mentions it to DJ (Candace Cameron) having been concerned by the dialogue between the two girls. DJ tells Uncle Joey (Dave Coulier), who is awestruck by the revelation and unable to inform Danny (Bob Saget) or Jesse (John Stamos) due to one performing a gig and the other being on a date.
That night, Joey looks up the teacher’s address and goes off to confront the man. It is implied that he beats Pinchot to a pulp since the next morning Michelle reveals that her teacher has taken medical leave after having fallen into a coma, and a substitute is now running the class.
News of Joey leaving the house after DJ’s shared information travels back to Danny, Jesse, and Rebecca the following day via Stephanie. The three hold a meeting, which Joey then walks in on. Danny, despite being disgusted, is angered by the fact that Joey would go ahead and commit physical assault instead of seeking the proper authorities. Joey refuses to apologize. Jesse backs him up, and the episode ends on a somber note when it’s revealed that Michelle overheard the house meeting. She runs away crying, pleading for the fighting to end.
The episode was pulled due to its dark subject matter and the fact that it made Bob Saget’s character, Danny, look like a pedophile sympathizer. Since it was originally filmed, the episode has never seen the light of day.
I don’t care I still ship Jen and Ben together
why is she so pretty? ;^;
Jen is secretly an angel c:
Actually everyone knows Jen’s an angel there’s no secret to it!
You will bleed
for what your hands have done
you can’t outrun your ending…
I was alone when you came running
I was a stranger in the dark
You found the light in me
And you lit up my heart
There was a time when I was broken
There was a piece of me with you
You put me back together
And now I’m brand new
Well I’ve been trying to find the words to say
That I’ll be lost without you
Yeah I’ll be lost without you
Coz you’re the only one that gets me
And you’re the only one that keeps me safe
When I’m far from sleep and lonely
You’re the only one that holds me
When I’m out there chasing my dreams
And I’ve got you by my side
I can put this world behind me
Coz you’re the only one that I need tonight
If I forget to say I love you
If I get lost along the way
You’ll be the one guiding me back everyday
I know the road hasn’t been easy
I know our faith will pull us through
The promise we made through thick and thin still holds through
It doesn’t matter how far away we go
In your arms is a place that I call home
The place I call home
Three little words, but the conviction is missing.
It’s so easy to speak, but so much harder to listen.
We’re at the end of the road, but I felt haggard and old long ago.
And so I’ll pour out my heart, but you know my heart isn’t in it-
Well, it was there at the start, but now I’m scared to admit it;
I have turned into a ghost.
There’s nothing left but the bones of before.
All we are is skin and before.
Holding on and letting go
All we are is skin and bone,
We’re too old to die young.
Three years ago, but now it feels so much closer,
We were the brightest at first, but I was overexposure
Oh, I need to feel you in my soul
And now I guess we’ll never know
I need to feel you in my soul