chalkboardnails:

The LadyBug Nail Polish Holder keeps your polish from getting knocked over and spilling. It also features two flat spots that you can use to tilt your bottle — allowing you to reach the last bits of polish more easily! Available on Taylor Gifts. Watch a video demo or view the full post on ChalkboardNails.com.
chalkboardnails:

The LadyBug Nail Polish Holder keeps your polish from getting knocked over and spilling. It also features two flat spots that you can use to tilt your bottle — allowing you to reach the last bits of polish more easily! Available on Taylor Gifts. Watch a video demo or view the full post on ChalkboardNails.com.
chalkboardnails:

The LadyBug Nail Polish Holder keeps your polish from getting knocked over and spilling. It also features two flat spots that you can use to tilt your bottle — allowing you to reach the last bits of polish more easily! Available on Taylor Gifts. Watch a video demo or view the full post on ChalkboardNails.com.
chalkboardnails:

The LadyBug Nail Polish Holder keeps your polish from getting knocked over and spilling. It also features two flat spots that you can use to tilt your bottle — allowing you to reach the last bits of polish more easily! Available on Taylor Gifts. Watch a video demo or view the full post on ChalkboardNails.com.
chalkboardnails:

The LadyBug Nail Polish Holder keeps your polish from getting knocked over and spilling. It also features two flat spots that you can use to tilt your bottle — allowing you to reach the last bits of polish more easily! Available on Taylor Gifts. Watch a video demo or view the full post on ChalkboardNails.com.
chalkboardnails:

The LadyBug Nail Polish Holder keeps your polish from getting knocked over and spilling. It also features two flat spots that you can use to tilt your bottle — allowing you to reach the last bits of polish more easily! Available on Taylor Gifts. Watch a video demo or view the full post on ChalkboardNails.com.

chalkboardnails:

The LadyBug Nail Polish Holder keeps your polish from getting knocked over and spilling. It also features two flat spots that you can use to tilt your bottle — allowing you to reach the last bits of polish more easily! Available on Taylor Gifts. Watch a video demo or view the full post on ChalkboardNails.com.

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“Not everything is a mermaid
that dives into the water,
so I am becoming a fiction.
Once we helped each other
swim and tried to drown
one another at the same time.
My bikini fell to the floor
of the ocean and marked an x;
made a whalebone reanimate
by force of will. On land I leave
fragments of magic for you
to wish upon, my fallen eyelashes
asleep on your pillow, lipstick ring
kisses so you won’t miss the curl
of my tongue.”
— Zoe Dzunko, “X,” published in Souvenir (via bostonpoetryslam)
“The things I find most beautiful about a person are almost never physical.”
— Mark Patterson (via aestheticintrovert)

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“I’m not sure what I’ll do, but— well, I want to go places and see people. I want my mind to grow. I want to live where things happen on a big scale.”
— F. Scott Fitzgerald (via psych-facts)

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“The French have a phrase for it. The bastards have a phrase for everything and they are always right. To say goodbye is to die a little.”
— Raymond Chandler, The Long Goodbye (via larmoyante)

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“That’s what people do though, isn’t it? They take one small part of a big story and they read it out of context. For example, a writer may not have meant for a certain sentence to mean what another person thinks it means. But the person decides to focus on this sentence alone and ignores the rest of the story, which means they lose the entire point and live in their own made up fantasy dreamworld. It’s a lie. So it’s the same when you choose to concentrate on one part of a person and ignore the rest of them. That’s not love. It’s one big delusion.”
— Salma Deera (via writingwillows)

disheartens:

I hope you fall in love with a man with good music taste and a jawline stronger than your wifi connection

(via thewordsyouneverunderstood)