"I think as women who are dating women - not that I’ve only experienced that with women, I think that when I was dating men I felt the same way - it’s difficult. You get to a point where you are feeling very comfortable and familiar with your situation and your partner and the day comes when you meet someone who knocks you off your feet. You don’t necessarily want to leave your comfortable, amazing life that you’ve set up. I know in terms of Sara’s situation, I don’t think she was saying, “I want to leave this person that I’ve been with for four years who is everything I’ve ever wanted.” From the very beginning, and this is something that Sara talks about, she admitted to her partner that she is going to, at some point, emotionally connect to someone, and it’s almost going to be a necessity. She’s going to have to get emotionally addicted and obsessive about somebody. But (paraphrasing) “I’m not going to leave you and I’m not going to cheat. But that is the way I am. And there will come a point where our relationship will become a distant thing, but I will come back.”"
Tegan on Sara’s “Back In Your Head” (via tsfans)
main reason i love this song/why i’m so drawn to it.
sometimes I feel so awkward it makes me want to cry
and curl into a ball in my bed and hide in my room and avoid people and not talk to anyone for a while
but mostly cry
I love when people randomly follow me because I assume they’ve just seen something I said and went “ah yes. This nerd seems particularly strange. Let’s see what else it does”
(Source: stridermayorfeels, via go-ka-kawww)
books are just dead tattoed trees
That’s metal as fuck
(Source: enerds, via the-dinosaurs-all-met-their-fate)
relationship goal: being comfortable to the point of when either one of us notices the other has a wedgie, we can just casually pull it out for them without either person even having to say anything and it’s totally normal.
once I asked my English teacher if teachers shipped their students and after explaining what shipping meant she told me that that is literally one of the most popular discussions in the staff room
I had an English teacher who thought these two students were nice together, so she made them partners on a project.
They got married.
#all those rogue seating arrangements suddenly make sense
(Source: amazingphul, via the-dinosaurs-all-met-their-fate)
"why the fuck am i crying"
— literally me during any situation that is slightly emotional (via tommypickles)