16 year old chica
possessing the attitude of someone endowed with an ungodly amount of cool.
A crazy lady that has been around forever, disowns her grandchildren, and chases people with a stick. To some she is known as Oma or Grandma.
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  • AU where Robin and Barney unexpectedly become parents. Robin’s worried this pregnancy will kill her future as a foreign correspondant, but hey! a woman’s allowed to have both a career and a family, so they take the kid with them and travel anyway. It’s not easy but Barney’s there to help (he’s writing the updated version of the Bro Code anyway, it became a great hit), and their daughter ends up speaking four languages by the time she’s five. They’d spent years worrying their respective fathers had messed them up too badly to make them good parents, but when their teenage daughter hugs them in 2030, thanking them for everything they’ve done for her, they finally understand they couldn’t have been more wrong.

    (Source: neuralmente, via wavesoflovingyou)

    you don’t exist,
    everybody knows.
    but not every day.
    some days, now and then,
    you’ll meet with us.

    i have seen so much—
    perhaps too much.
    vanity and obsession and lust and
    the bleeding hearts of men.
    they’re all around me.

    (but i just wanted to say
    you look beautiful.
    you were fantastic.)

    you promised me peace.
    you lied to me.

    this is how it ends.

    leave these things alone,
    i beg of you, no more of this.
    let go of me.
    you made me forever;
    i shall never die.

    i am the last,
    (how can I still be here?)
    as you are the last.
    (can your conscience
    carry the weight of
    another dead?)

    (all my life,
    you knew me
    at my best.
    so i beg you now—
    stop this.)

    i will always remember
    when you did this to me.
    you can kill me,
    for i was the one
    to bring your destruction.

    but know this:
    you die with me.
    you’ve not been able
    to stop me.
    you know nothing.
    that will be your downfall.

    (it’s the end.
    but the moment has been
    prepared for.
    are you frightened?
    aren’t we the same?
    i don’t want to go.)

    —    "haunt me no longer": a poem created using only the last words of characters from doctor who.  (a few times i added extra articles etc. in and i spliced a bunch of them into one sentence at times and one time i changed ‘ain’t’ to ‘aren’t’, but i otherwise i was very good at only using the words from the quotes.)

    (Source: vague-flirting, via pugsandjellybabies)

    Me: Huh, dark chocolate is an apetite suppressant!

    Me: Eats a weeks worth of calories in dark chocolate.

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