those tumblr mutuals you rlly want to be friends with but are too cool for you
Oh I know a few.
13. what are three things you did today?
played my guitar, went to work, masturbated (too much information, I dont care)
37. did you have a dream last night?
yes I dream almost every night. I dont remember what it was anymore but I remember it was a nightmare :( and it involved a boy I like. that’s a bad combo.
woo no one ever actually puts these in my ask!
12. is there something you would like to say to someone?
um yes lots of things? there are like fifty things I want to say to fifty different people. one of them is “you suck but also I love you”
21. have you ever wasted your time on someone?
ahahahahahaha yes like all of september to april of this past year. also it’s probably happening right now but I don’t care. I’ve decided I’m going to be young and foolish while I still can which entails a lot of waisting my time on people.
36. favorite color?
green and dark grey
42. do you like meeting new people?
oh god, not at all unless its on the internet. is that weird? I get super nervous when I have to meet people I’ve never spoken to before. mostly because I am painfully awkward. it usually turns out fine but I avoid getting into those situations when I can because it scares me.
Blame outlawqueener for this.
“I didn’t fall in love with you. I walked into love with you, with my eyes wide open, choosing to take every step along the way. I do believe in fate and destiny, but I also believe we are only fated to do the things that we’d choose anyway. And I’d choose you; in a hundred lifetimes, in a hundred worlds, in any version of reality, I’d find you and I’d choose you.”
The red string of destiny tangles around them, twists and turns and knots, unbreakable, invisible, its hold on you a breath of fresh air in your lungs. Fated.
She knows of him but doesn’t know him, and when she knows him, she doesn’t know it’s him. So when the two worlds collide and she’s faced with a truth she’s been running from her whole life, she does what she does best and she recoils, she leaves him alone, in the dark, in the corners of her past she wants to forget.
Then he’s here again, and again she forgot who he was. But then she knows it’s him, and he gets to her, completes her, makes her feel safe and warm, and soothes the wounds inside her soul, the one vengeance never healed. And he’s not leaving.
The knot tightens. The thread whirls around them. It’s destiny; it’s timing. No one said it would be easy, but in the end, it’s all about them, just as it was predestined, not because of fate, but because they want this.
He knows nothing about her, yet he feels something change inside him when they meet. She’s special, she’s wrapped up in shining velvet and tight corsets and leather pants and too large skirts, and it’s a front that protects her. He knows because he’s been there. He’s lost before and he’s had to put up a brave front for his son. He’s glad he never had to do it for others, but then, he has a support system she doesn’t have, and so he decides to be it for her, to be there, to be the shoulder she can lean on. He doesn’t know why he’s doing it. There’s a string pulling him to her, and he knows this is right, even if she pushes him away.
When he meets her again, the same thing happens. She ignites him with the mere flicker of her gaze and he wants to drown. When she chooses him, he’s beyond happy, and when he learns they were fated, he doesn’t question it, simply revels in their connection, in what they share, because it’s their choice but it’s also written in the stars, and he’s happy, beyond happy.
The red thread makes another turn, around their hands, their hearts, their souls, binding them together, forever, never to be parted, because they chose this. Destiny wants them together, regardless of time and place and circumstances, and they want it too.