Also, I’m a little down these couple of days, because ALL the other actors in the cast are like, these beautiful, glorious balls of energy and positivity and talent and sexiness and they are all talking to each other and becoming friends, and as much as I try to also socialize, its so natural for them, and sometimes I just stand there watching them glow and produce light and heat. Just on the side, watching as they all burst into little Suns together.
Yeah, that got me quite harshly….

ok I’m gonna assume those dashes are meant for me to answer the question in between

1 - 6, 10 - 12, 22 - 27

  • 1:Picture of yourself
  • 2:Are you a monogamous person or do you believe in open-ended relationships?
  • well…. I mean
  • 3:Have you ever been dumped?
  • no
  • 4:What do you most like about making out?
  • well, the whole IT FEELS GOOD part, and just how its awesome to connect with someone like that
  • 5:Have you ever casually made out with someone who you weren’t seriously involved with?
  • pffffffffffffffffffffffffyes
  • 6:When you kiss someone for the first time, is it usually you who initiates it or the other?
  • OMG ALWAYS ME I ALWAYS HAVE TO BE THE MAN GAY DUDES ARE SO SLOOOOOOOW
  • 10: Had sex with someone you didn’t know their name?
  • nop. v-card still in my wallet
  • 11: What makes your heart flutter and brings a big cheesy smile to your face?
  • accents. great smile. flirting. but specially being called by a certain nickname.
  • 12: Would you get involved with someone if they had a child already?
  • sure why not
  • 22: Have you ever gotten back in touch with an old flame after a time of more than 3 months of no communication?
  • probably, not sure if I understand the question, but yeah, i have
  • 23: If you’re single right now, do you wish you were in a relationship?
  • answered
  • 24: Do you prefer to date various people or do you pretty much fall into monogamous relationships quickly?
  • see question 2
  • 25: What physical traits do you look for in a potential interest?
  • good hair, great smile, nice jaw, taller/same height, im actually describing that guy so…
  • 26: Name four things that you wish you had:
  • no pectus, ginger hair, to be able to grow a beard, lots lots of money
  • 27: Are you a player?
  • no i dont think so

my sound cloud has reached the 2 hours limit :(

the good side is that I’m proud of having produced over 2 hours of music, with 4 of my songs being 100% original, and a few others being portuguese versions written by me for english songs <3

I had over 100 downloads of my songs, over 6000 plays, and 22 favourites :D

one of the only things I miss about high school/college, and was my favourite part of it all

is when you get to see a little glimpse of someone’s true personality

like, in the middle of all the stress, pressure, social games, classes, people, all that craziness that school is, you just catch that little light coming out of someone’s cliche being broken

bit by bit

turning them into really people, you witness the very moment when they add a tiny drop of maturity to themselves.

i really liked that

sex-murder-art-baby:

Nobody Loves Ringo Starr: Unpopular Opinion: Cheating

nobodylovesringostarr:

I’d love to trace a timeline and understand what origininated this society’s trauma with someone in a couple having experiences with someone else

The idea of CHEATING is ridiculous.

The idea of OWNING someone in a relationship is ridiculous.

Let’s say Steve and Rita are together and they love…

it’s not that ownership has anything to do about it. Being in a relationship is about committing your body and mind to the single person that you love. it’s called cheating because you cheated out of that commitment. Rita wont love Steve any less but Steve will look at Rita differently because she betrayed his trust

that’s exactaly what the idea of “owning someone else” means.

And being in a relationship is not “committing your body and mind to the single person that you love”.. wait.. actually IT IS.

and THAT’S the problem

It shouldn’t.

it should just be about loving and wanting to be together and to hell with anything else.

They can both do whatever they want, the love should still be there (and if it isn’t, well, not much to do about it)

this “trust” Rita betrayed is something completely made up at some point during History, and does not make sense in the core of how humans and feeling work…

Steve didn’t get harmed, or offended, and not much changed in his life, and Rita fulfilled a desire, and is happy with that.

There is literally no big deal with having stuff with people outside of a relationship

Unpopular Opinion: Cheating

I’d love to trace a timeline and understand what origininated this society’s trauma with someone in a couple having experiences with someone else

The idea of CHEATING is ridiculous.

The idea of OWNING someone in a relationship is ridiculous.

Let’s say Steve and Rita are together and they love each other. First of all, let’s not be ignorants, both Steve and Rita feel attraction to other people, that’s just a undeniable truth.

Now, if Rita go and flirt, kiss or even have sex with someone else, WHAT IS THE BIG DEAL?

That doesn’t mean she loves Steve any less. 

That doesn’t mean anything at all. It’s just sex.

Steve does not OWN Rita’s body, mind, soul, anything. Rita is with Steve for A LOT of reasons, there are a lot of things she loves about him, and she will continue to love them after being with other people.

"Well, what if she doesn’t? What if she fell in love with whoever she ~cheated~ Steve with?”

Well, then she’s in love with somebody else, there’s not much Steve or Rita can do about that… But to say that she should not be able to have experiences with other people would prevent that, that’s stupid and does not make any sense at all. People fall in and out of love everytime.

I don’t understand what is the great deal with being OK about your partner having stuff with other people..

If in the future I get in a relationship and my partner tells me that he (or she, idk) finds the guy in the corner cute, I’d say “fuck yeah he’s cute, go for it!”

A relationship is so much more than just sex….

I DID IT!!! GUYS!!!!! I’M IN THE CAST! OMG!!!!!!

nobodylovesringostarr:

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I’m moving to Rio HOLY FUCK

I’M GOING TO GET PAID FOR ACTING AND SINGING!

GUYS

OIUEHNHGP(HNUHI(OT #

I’m gonna play a metalhead

like

WHAT

one of the only music genres that I cannot stand is heavy metal ahahahah

THATS GONNA BE AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!

I DID IT!!! GUYS!!!!! I’M IN THE CAST! OMG!!!!!!

IUBHFILBFIUYbiyw3oiu w40p4 wou3 409hor4hou

I’m moving to Rio HOLY FUCK

I’M GOING TO GET PAID FOR ACTING AND SINGING!

GUYS

OIUEHNHGP(HNUHI(OT #

this is going to be printed on my tombstone 

this is going to be printed on my tombstone 

Still trying to understand how Humor works for everyone.

Ok, just give me your hand and let me try to explain what I was thinking.

Say, loosing a parent, that’s pretty sad right? How about loosing BOTH parents at the same time? Traumatic, I know. What about watching your parents be murdered in front of you while you’re a kid? Most fucked up scenario possible.

Sounds familiar? Well, I’ve seen a LOT of jokes about Batman’s parents, every joke possible about it. And yeah, we all laugh and don’t mind that for people who have been through something similar this may have been traumatic, it’s still funny, cause it’s humor, cause batman’s a fictional character, cause it’s all just a silly joke and nobody get’s ACTUALLY hurt by it.

But I was wondering, if someone made similar jokes about a certain fictional character, and instead of parent’s murder, the scenario was that the character was raped, THEN it would be too much? It would not be OK? Cause rape is traumatic and a serious issue, even if it’s a fictional rape, but we can have a good laugh about a good Bruce Wayne’s parents joke?

I really feel like there’s something missing in my line of though, because that’s how the internet behaves…