More like this :)
You need to let the little things that would ordinarily bore you suddenly thrill you.
—Andy Warhol (via paulcorgan)
I need to find this….in another color.
"The first Disney Movie to tell girls they can fight too is Frozen!"
"Frozen is the first Disney Movie where the girl didn’t need a man to save her!! <3 "
"Frozen is the first Disney movie about loving sisters!"
"Frozen is the first Disney movie to question why someone would get married after knowing them for only a day."
"Frozen is the first film to have a blonde male lead who “doesn’t fit the cookie cutter mold””
I love you.
Those three words. Together….have to be the emptiest words I’ve had the misfortune of repeatedly hearing. They mean nothing, I always wondered why someone saying that to me has never affected me. Even when a time came when I wanted to hear those words from someone…I let them wash over me and felt nothing. If anything…it felt worse.
It’s because they mean nothing. They are words that are applied to a million different things in million different ways. Most of the time I could see it spilling out of someones mouth due to them not taking the time to really figure out what they feel about me. Then a few months later I get to see them say it someone else when I didn’t give the results they wanted.
Every time I ask, “How do you feel about me” and the response is “I love you” makes my heart twist because I’ve heard those empty words before and it means you couldn’t take the thought and time to carve out your feelings. You might as well have said, “Nothing”
I want more words that have weight not those three empty ones. They tell me nothing. If anything, since my teenage years, hearing them always left me feeling a bit insulted.
No. I don’t want to hear those empty words.
I want to hear how your chest hurts when you don’t see me for days.
I want to know what makes you think you can give me those moments before you go to sleep for the rest of your life.
I want to now know how your skin feels warm when you see me.
If you aren’t good with words, then show it. Show me your spirit knows more than three words that stories have put in your mouth to spit out.
Anything but those three words.