Girl: I’m having heart surgery today.
Boy: I know.
Girl: I love you!
Boy: I love you more, much more!
After surgery, when the girl woke up, only her father is next to her bed.
Girl: Where is he?
Father: You don’t know who gave you the heart?
Girl: What? (She starts crying)
Father: I’m just kidding, he went to the toilet.
Why the heck can I hear a thump when I look at the picture? And no thump when I look away?
Can you relate? You sit in your towel after a shower because you’re too lazy to get dressed. You and your best friend can say one word, and crack up. You hate when one string of your hoodie is longer than the other. You hate it when people think you like someone when you clearly don’t. You hate it when your favorite song comes on, as you pull into the driveway. You feel like if you turn on the lights, you will be safe from anything. You push those little buttons on the lids of fast-food drinks. You laugh until people get hurt, then stop when you realize it’s serious. You hate it when parents get serious about something funny you tell them. You hate when you tell a guy to shut up and they copy you in a higher voice. You pretend to sleep when your parents come in. You text the person next to you things that you can’t say out loud. You hate when people in front of you walk really slow and you can’t get past them. You’re always tired no matter how much sleep you get. You stop the microwave before it hits 00:00 to avoid hearing the beeps. You use the “sup” head nod. You hate when you are mad at someone and they make you laugh. You check the fridge every ten seconds to see if food magically appeared.
(Source: supreme-souls, via kaleidoscopeofmemo-ries)
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