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Gillan
12 December 2014 @ 06:51 pm
It seems that men think and act like they have the right to judge a person's--most often women--value by their face and/or body.
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Gillan
10 December 2014 @ 12:16 am
The saying can be interpreted as a state of potentiality and/or ambiguity. It also can be interpreted as a sign of resignation.
I'd like to think we're the first statement.
 
 
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Gillan
22 July 2014 @ 02:14 pm

Oh Memories
Where'd you go?
You were all I've ever known
How I miss yesterday
How'd I let it fade away?


I've always loved that song of P! ATD but I never imagined to relate it to my romantic relationship. I know that it's a bad sign that I'm thinking of and even relating the song to my relationship but I can't help it. And I can't help fighting for the relationship. Sure, it's tiring some of the time (They were fighting for their love that had started growing tired), but isn't pursuing the key to a successful relationship? The question is when will we reach the point where we don't have to pursue anymore. But I think the answer to that is the end, and that's either by going your own separate ways or death. So, really, when you think about it, you're going to have to work on your relationship always.

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Mood: pensivepensive
 
 
Gillan
25 June 2014 @ 10:48 pm
I've been lethargic for the past week. I think going out everyday does take a toll on me. But another school year is coming so I might as well get over that now.
Story assignments have already been given today and I have to work on two for the first issue. I seriously could not start my legwork on F because of Dean and I hope I get some work done tomorrow because I'll have to attend a debut on Saturday.
Also, I've been proofreading Fides' manuscript and I can't help but feel like a failure because I did like 25% of the layouting even though I am, in fact, the layout editor. smh.
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Mood: workingworking
 
 
Gillan
10 June 2014 @ 03:46 am


hurtful, adj.: When you know it will hurt me and then do it anyway.



David Levithan, The Lover's Dictionary

If you haven't read, or even heard of, David Levithan's "The Lover's Dictionary" you're missing out on something big and profound in terms of love romanticism. Luckily for you, he made a twitter account in able to extend his book and actually make a dictionary relative to love.

Levithan's definitions really strike me. Sometimes his definitions are examples of the words themselves, sometimes even memories.
But I want to focus on the definition above (I think I'll be posting a lot of these in the future).
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Mood: indescribableindescribable