2x04 | 4x02
— Andre Dubus (via drupes)
Should I leave my hair down more often?
you are eighteen — give or take a few
shots of espresso and one night stands —
and you are sandwiched in the backseat
of the car with the six suitcases you somehow convinced your mother
to let you pack for college — let’s call it,
being upfront to your roommate that you are
the most important moment in Drag Race history
— Regina Williams, Hill Country Chicken Shake Sculptor, who didn’t recognize Scott until the sixth time he had ordered a pie shake from her. “I mean, we flirted, but I flirt with everyone, shakes are very sexy. After I realized who he was, I could really appreciate how normal he is. Just like us. I only worked three days a week, but I saw him there every day for three weeks,” Williams adds.
scoutin out some available domains—gotta build my personal brand.
Opening Sequence of Nickelodeon’s Doug (1991-1994)
I had to start whistling along
what to say in an awkward situation
- It's a long one
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