PERF PERF PERF PERF PERF PERF PERF PERF PERF PERF PERF PERF PERF PERF PERF PERF . 
IF YOU DONT THINK ANDY IS PERFECT THEN YOU ARE LYING TO YOURSELF 

PERF PERF PERF PERF PERF PERF PERF PERF PERF PERF PERF PERF PERF PERF PERF PERF 

IF YOU DONT THINK ANDY IS PERFECT THEN YOU ARE LYING TO YOURSELF 


mom: don't eat the cookies yet, they just came out of the oven and are too hot
me: fire cannot kill a dragon

Bulletproof love - PTV

Bulletproof love - PTV


Love club - lorde

Love club - lorde


Skyscraper- Demi lovato

Skyscraper- Demi lovato


Demons - imagine dragons

Demons - imagine dragons


Aint it fun - Paramore

Aint it fun - Paramore


Want u back - cher lloyd

Want u back - cher lloyd


Give your heart a break - demi lovato

Give your heart a break - demi lovato


Time bomb - All time low

Time bomb - All time low


Misery business - paramore

Misery business - paramore


Problem - ariana grande

Problem - ariana grande


posthardcorewings:

you’re lying to yourself if you say jalex isnt perfect

posthardcorewings:

you’re lying to yourself if you say jalex isnt perfect

(via outlineseventhirteen)


State of grace - taylor swift

State of grace - taylor swift


fishingboatproceeds:

edwardspoonhands:

bleedingmagic:

My friend’s brother found this in a used book store and gave it to me as a graduation gift. T_T

HOLY CRAP THAT IS A LUCKY FIND! There are about 5000 of these in the world. That’s 0.05% of the current TFiOS print run. 

I can tell my hand hurt that day because the J in the J Scribble does not go as low as what I consider to be the Platonic Ideal of the J Scribble.
I remember signing all those books and thinking that even if TFIOS sold double what any of my previous books had, a third of those signatures would eventually be pulped. (Books that go unsold are eventually destroyed and recycled; astonishingly, about 40% of books printed are eventually pulped, although the percentage is dropping.)
I’m so grateful that all those signatures got out into the world. Thanks to all involved here for taking good care of this one, from the original buy to the bookstore to bleedingmagic’s brother to bleedingmagic.
What a lucky, lucky book.

fishingboatproceeds:

edwardspoonhands:

bleedingmagic:

My friend’s brother found this in a used book store and gave it to me as a graduation gift. T_T

HOLY CRAP THAT IS A LUCKY FIND! There are about 5000 of these in the world. That’s 0.05% of the current TFiOS print run. 

I can tell my hand hurt that day because the J in the J Scribble does not go as low as what I consider to be the Platonic Ideal of the J Scribble.

I remember signing all those books and thinking that even if TFIOS sold double what any of my previous books had, a third of those signatures would eventually be pulped. (Books that go unsold are eventually destroyed and recycled; astonishingly, about 40% of books printed are eventually pulped, although the percentage is dropping.)

I’m so grateful that all those signatures got out into the world. Thanks to all involved here for taking good care of this one, from the original buy to the bookstore to bleedingmagic’s brother to bleedingmagic.

What a lucky, lucky book.