Girl Problems

tawny:

titsmcgrits:

bronxcheer:

abloodymess:

ambienne:

All I want is the name of every single person who’s ever had a crush on me.

That’s a terrifying thought for me.

This thought pleases me.

I would also be pleased

i hope this is what happens when u get to heaven

^ seconded

myampgoesto11:

Stellar area rugs designed by Schönstaub

leanin:

"Strong is the New Pretty" is a new photo series by Kate Parker which shows her two daughters and their friends "just as they are: loud, athletic, fearless, messy, joyous, frustrated. I wanted to celebrate them, just as they are, and show them that is enough.  Being pretty or perfect is not important. Being who they are is."

Photos by Kate T. Parker.

comedycentralstandup:

John Mulaney is your Stand-Up Month Comedian of the Day. Watch his stand-up highlights here. 

comedycentralstandup:

John Mulaney is your Stand-Up Month Comedian of the Day. Watch his stand-up highlights here

laurencook94:

If a girl goes to a party and no one has a crush on her did she even go at all?

theonion:

Date Invites Woman Upstairs To Check Out Red Flags
digg:

If you’re a Dodgers fan, you may want to try it at a little league game. (via)

digg:

If you’re a Dodgers fan, you may want to try it at a little league game. (via)

newsweek:

Five months ago, in the wake of a breakup, I adopted a 6-week-old stray kitten. I named him Cat Stevens, bought him a cat tepee and began posting pictures of him on Instagram. 

The move alarmed some friends, who reflexively feared I was resigning myself, at 26, to a life of loneliness. But I had some glamorous company. 

On an episode of HBO’s “Girls” this season, an also newly single Marnie, played by Allison Williams, calls Hannah with some news: She got a kitten. 

The pop star Taylor Swift tweeted in January, “It is a daily struggle for me to not buy more cats.” Days later Ms. Swift was photographed wearing a T-shirt that read, “The Great Catsby.” 

Elle’s deputy web editor, Ruthie Friedlander, detailed earlier this year how adopting a cat named Gracie got her through a painful breakup. 

Emily Gould, a blogger whose novel “Friendship” is to be published this summer, has extensively chronicled the life and death of her cat, Raffles. And the perhaps aptly named Miu Miu is featuring cat prints prominently in its spring 2014 collections. 

I’m a Cat Lady? Thank You

newsweek:

Five months ago, in the wake of a breakup, I adopted a 6-week-old stray kitten. I named him Cat Stevens, bought him a cat tepee and began posting pictures of him on Instagram.

The move alarmed some friends, who reflexively feared I was resigning myself, at 26, to a life of loneliness. But I had some glamorous company.

On an episode of HBO’s “Girls” this season, an also newly single Marnie, played by Allison Williams, calls Hannah with some news: She got a kitten.

The pop star Taylor Swift tweeted in January, “It is a daily struggle for me to not buy more cats.” Days later Ms. Swift was photographed wearing a T-shirt that read, “The Great Catsby.”

Elle’s deputy web editor, Ruthie Friedlander, detailed earlier this year how adopting a cat named Gracie got her through a painful breakup.

Emily Gould, a blogger whose novel “Friendship” is to be published this summer, has extensively chronicled the life and death of her cat, Raffles. And the perhaps aptly named Miu Miu is featuring cat prints prominently in its spring 2014 collections.

I’m a Cat Lady? Thank You