1. I’m having a great time but I guess I haven’t really found very close connections although I’d consider them as friends now by my standards.

    Everything is temporary and accepting that is the key to having fun. It’s not at all disappointing but it’s not something so overly surreal so it’s all good.

    On a side note, I haven’t partied this crazy in ages like literally years

  2. princess-passion-flower:

    scratchingpad:

    I need safety goggles

    so gentle

    Reblogged from: a-spoon-is-born
  3. But do you like to read?
    What really matters when you meet new people (via adrateia)
    Reblogged from: daydreamdelusion
  4. gayisnotasynonymforjalex:

    tastefullyoffensive:

    Anatomy of Songs [wronghands]

    Trufax

    Reblogged from: gintokis-nipples
  5. pleatedjeans:

    via

    Reblogged from: pleatedjeans
  6. To be a Filipino nowadays is to be alone. Each fights his lonely battle for survival. No one joins another to fight the total war for the survival of the nation… when will he learn that NATIONALISM IS THE SENSE OF BELONGING TO EACH OTHER; that when one of us dies, everyone else dies and the bells toll for the rest of us…
    Hilarion Henares, quoted by George Farwell in Philippines: Mask of Asia.  (via indiohistorian)
    Reblogged from: indiohistorian
  7. This lady is someone I consider my aunt even though we’re not blood related, and she is one of the few people I truly respect, especially as a woman. She is the prototype of the quintessential Overseas Filipino Worker who sacrificed and toiled hard in foreign lands in order to transform the lives of their families back home from the hopelessness of poverty. 

Ate Nene came to the UK in the late nineties with all of nineteen years (also the age I came to Germany) all alone with no friend or kin over there (so much relate, except she had nothing while I’m there to study) and through sheer hard honest work she managed to establish her own life in London and at the same time empowering all seven of her siblings with opportunities overseas as well. 

I really respect self-made women like her.

    This lady is someone I consider my aunt even though we’re not blood related, and she is one of the few people I truly respect, especially as a woman. She is the prototype of the quintessential Overseas Filipino Worker who sacrificed and toiled hard in foreign lands in order to transform the lives of their families back home from the hopelessness of poverty.

    Ate Nene came to the UK in the late nineties with all of nineteen years (also the age I came to Germany) all alone with no friend or kin over there (so much relate, except she had nothing while I’m there to study) and through sheer hard honest work she managed to establish her own life in London and at the same time empowering all seven of her siblings with opportunities overseas as well.

    I really respect self-made women like her.

  8. goddessofstupidity:

    autumnsoliloquy:

    27/07/14

    why didn’t you go in september when I’ll be theeeeeeeere *whines*

    I bet you love London! It’s such a great city and in contrast to the very german german towns there are so many different people there!

    Yes my dear I love London so much and I’ve only been here a few days! It has a very different feel to it indeed compared to German cities. How long will you be in London in September? I’m supposed to be doing electives then but now I’m considering whether I should just go book another ticket to the uk in that month!!

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  9. On the bus to Manchester now. Stoked about the summer school!! Really hope I make friends and who knows maybe a summer fling lololz 😏

  10. Every form of addiction is bad, no matter whether the narcotic be alcohol, morphine or idealism.
    C.G. Jung (via cyanide-poisoning)
    Reblogged from: cyanide-poisoning
  11. 27/07/14

  12. Central London (26/07/14)

  13. Fuck wish I lived in London all this time instead

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