Tự dưng cái tháng này dễ bực, dễ cáu như đến kì. Nhiều lúc muốn gào lên cho thế giới biết là: Địt mẹ câm hết mồm cho tao, bọn mày có phải như tao không mà kêu ca. Bọn mày có đi qua những cái mà tao đã đi qua không mà nhiều lời.
Chọn im lặng thì im lặng cho tròn vai chứ đừng khiến những người xung quanh phải khổ sở bực bội. Buồn thì nói là buồn. Vui thì bảo là vui. Không ai yêu cầu giải thích nhưng cũng đừng đeo cái mặt nạ hững hờ rồi xin lỗi vì không sống thật. Dễ thế mà đéo làm được thì đừng có ra khỏi nhà nữa.
Ngày đéo gì bực mình văng tục như một con bán tôm bán cá ngoài chợ thế này không biết.
Và thế là, hàng ngày mình gói những bực tức uất ức này trong một dạng nhẹ nhàng hơn của những câu kêu ca chán chường nhẹ bẫng: Eo ơi sao mà chán thế ;A;
Việc nhẹ hơn đi bao nhiêu. Thấy không.
Lawrence’s parents — her dad owned a construction business; the two now run a summer day camp-were initially less than thrilled with their daughter’s decision to become an actress.
When Lawrence was 14, she persuaded them to let her spend the summer in New York City going on auditions. As summer came to an end, her parents wanted her to come back home already. In the midst of their arguments, Lawrence happened to see a newspaper story about a boy from Kentucky starring in a new movie called Little Manhattan. “I was like, ‘Look, see? He’s from Kentucky and he made it’ I can do it too!’ And, weirdly, it helped them accept that this is what I wanted to do.”
That boy was Josh Hutcherson. In a nifty twist of fate, he’ll play Peeta, Lawrence’s favorite character from the Hunger Games trilogy.
(Jennifer in the EW Hunger Games issue)
my heart just got shreded
Probably a huge factor as to why she is so close with Josh. Talk about fate. How beautiful.
This should be sort of sad movie. You know the kind of sad sad you want to get drown in everytime you find out that: life is hopeless, miserable and pathetic.
"And I guess part of me just hopes we will find each other again maybe one day, uncharted in destiny. Perhaps you will be the face in the coffee shop enthralled in a new novel recommended by the New York Times, or maybe I’ll find you on the corner of a street with a cigarette in your hand. We’ll conversate over the current events in our lives, speaking euphorically of memories we made, and just perhaps, somewhere along the idle talk we will come to a mutual realization that both of our lives would be much better intertwined. Perhaps we will make note of the fact that this is someone we truly do not wish to live without. Or perhaps this won’t be a dream, rather a nightmare. I will find you in a crowd full on life, content with love in a world where we did not speak, did not recognize one another. You would have someone new beside you and the way they could make you laugh—it would be tragic, devastatingly unreal. It would be then that I would have wished I would have found you sooner. I would have wished the stranger in the coffee shop had been you, the figure smoking against the city walls had been you. Then it could have been I who put that beautiful smile on your face, I who triggered that sweet melody of laughter from your lips."
R.I.P Paul walker
A couple days ago, I’d been watching American Beauty and memorized the most a line: The moment you know you’re dying, you’ll see your whole life flashing back. And today, I am wondering, what did you see at the very moment before your car crashing down terribly, Paul.
Your name had been hung around for years. You’re good-looking, hunky guy who could really act well. But you would never be on those flashy tops like some Ryan Gosling, Justin Timberlake or Ryan Reynolds. I couldn’t find any perfect reasons for that ridiculous fact, yet there must be some good ones, right?
So I chose this picture to depict a few lines for you. An actor with a beautiful eyes and smile, a human being with gentle soul who always tries to help people around. Let close your obsessing blue eyes and open your big smile. You will be greatly missed down here. Wish there be some turbos, super racing cars, skyline up there for you.
Take me away. Pls. Bring me on a trip far from here. Period sucks, things sucks, human being sucks.
"Chúng ta luôn nghĩ cho người khác , nhưng lại quên không hỏi họ có cần chúng ta làm thế không ."
Có ai cần đâu. Có những lúc cần người tốt với mình thì họ ngoảnh mặt đi. Còn những lúc đã chấp nhận, đã gạt đi tất, đã buông tay rồi thì đột nhiên lòng tốt lại xuất hiện như một kiểu trò đùa.
I’m happy you’ve found your own happiness. You deserve little pretty nice things not some sorts of dramatic like me and my life. Stay healthy and may life not bring us back together again. This will be so unfair to you.
Sometimes, getaway should happen frequently