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Remember that summer, when we were bored out of our minds, had no idea what day it was, and still had the time of our lives? Yeah, those were the days.
I'm so tired of dancing around these big words. I just want to be honest with you. But do you think we're ready for that honest? Because honesty is a big word and it changes things and it complicates things. Are you sure you're ready for everything that goes along with telling the truth?
Yeah, we're annoying. We sing for long amounts of time, going off-key on purpose. We poke each other for no reason, burst out laughing in dead silence, make stupid faces, call each other names, tell jokes that aren't funny, trip over our own feet, and know you won't ever get the things we find hilarious. But that's what makes us best friends.
When you lose somebody, you think you're lose the whole world, but that's not the way things turn out in the end. Eventually, you pick yourself up and look out the window and once you do, ou see everything that was there before the world ended is still there.
Every time you meet someone, make an impression. Make them think you're the hottest thing in the world. Make them think they're gonna lose their job if they don't give you one. Look them in the eye and never look away. Be confident and calm. Be bold.
Have you ever heard a song from so long ago with so many memories tied to it that it made you cry? And didn't you wish that you could go back in time when everything was simpler and carefree? Those are the songs that are the soundtracks of our lives. The ones that bring back our childhood, best friends, first love, first broken heart and all the memories.
We basically rock and we completely understand that you're jealous.
You're beautiful. Don't look at those stupid magazines with stick-like models. Eat healthy and exercise. That's all. Don't let anyone tell you that you're not good enough. You are good enough. You are too good. Love your family with all your heart and listen to it. You are gorgeous, whether you're a size three, or a size fourteen. It doesn't matter what you look like on the outside, as long as you're a good person, and as long as you respect others. I know it's been told hundreds of times before, but it's true.
Life changes every minute of every day. You lose friends. You gain friends. You realise your friend wasn't ever really your friend, and that person you used to hate can make a really good friend. You look for love. You find love. You lose love. You realise all along that you've been loved. You laugh. You cry. You laugh so hard that you cry. You do this, you do that. You really wish you hadn't done that. You then learn from that and are glad that you did. You have your ups. You have you downs. You see good movies. You see bad movies. You wonder if your lief is just one big movie. You look at others and wish you were them. you then realise who they are and are glad that you're you. You love life. You hate life. In the end you just find yourself happy to be living life, no matter what's thrown at you.
Today, everyone wants to be beautiful, which looks very strange to me. Because fashion is not about being beautiful. It's about wearing something you love and making you think about a lot of things. The trend today is just to be slim with no wrinkles. But style and fashion have nothing to do with being young and pretty--they are beyond that.
Because that's not what people want to hear. They want to hear that it's going to be okay. That the pain goes away, but it doesn't. It never does. And you can't say that when the wound is fresh. It would be like pouring salt into their wound and you can't do that to a person.
I've been living in slow motion for two days shy of four months and my critics are the best friends I swear I know once and in the end, I guess I really never was enough.