"I’m used to it"
The saddest thing you can hear someone say. (via softdean)

(Source: suckingonlarry, via curi0sity-killed-y0ur-virginityy)


So I saw this cute girl going down the street with an amazing ass. I was all “DAMN GIRL, YOU GOT AN AMAZING ASS.” She was like “thanks, there’s a sale across the block, I got him there.” Now I have a pet donkey too, he was five bucks and his name is Leopold. And he hates thunderstorms.

(Source: dave-youfool, via eurobeans)

Teenage Depression



Teenage depression can look very different from adult depression. The following symptoms are more common in teenagers:

· Irritable or angry mood – Irritability is often the predominant mood. A depressed teenager may be grumpy, hostile, easily frustrated, or prone to angry outbursts.

· Unexplained aches and pains – Depressed teens frequently complain about physical ailments such as headaches or stomach aches.

· Extreme sensitivity to criticism – Depressed teens are plagued by feelings of worthlessness, making them extremely vulnerable to criticism, rejection, and failure. This is a particular problem for “over-achievers.”

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