I remember I went into sixth form once with my brand new Lady Gaga born this way t shirt on and I was full of hope and she just gives confidence and everyone sat down in the common room said “you can’t wear things with writing on an exam day!!!” Etc and killed my t shirt pride. I was like FUCK your schools rules I look really great right now. (I just found the t shirt)
Some of my favourite words written by Morrissey.
|Interviewer:||But if, as you insist, you've been single your whole life, how do you know what relationships are like?|
|Morrissey:||You don’t need to have been down a pit to know that it’s dirty.|
“I was extremely shy when I was younger. I wasn’t asked to the prom or anything. Life didn’t really even start for me until I turned fifty. But let’s just say I got plenty of experience after that!”
Never dismiss old people!!
|Aurora:||What is the most beautiful thing that you can think of?|
|Stars:||Who do you think of most?|
|Bolide:||What makes you want to give up?|
|Comet:||Who do you like to be with?|
|Constellation:||Is your family blood related?|
|Eclipse:||Is there someone who you think outshines you?|
|Equinox:||What makes you calm?|
|Galaxy:||Who do you want to be?|
|Meteor:||What makes you feel alive?|
|Nova:||When were you happiest?|
|Orbit:||Is there someone you can't stop thinking about?|
|Solstice:||Do you prefer time with friends or time alone?|
|Sun Spots:||What makes you feel bad about yourself?|
|Zenith:||What makes you feel good about yourself?|
|Black Hole:||Has there ever been a point where you thought nothing would get better?|
I FOUND THIS OLD AS FUCK photo of me on my old fb from secondary school (year 10 i think, or 11). I looked so much thinner and now I have put on so much weight. Like I wasn’t even happy at all then but I don’t look it. Now I just look a MESS. I wouldn’t want to go back but it was somewhat simpler. That’s something that changed when I left Hagley. Since then, the two places I’ve been educated at has been different. I no longer had people around me who I’d known for 5 years, no familiarity just difference. I’d often sit in the common room and just wonder if I should have left Hagley at all even though it was making me miserable when I was there.