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differences/similarities between the film and the novel
Yes hello I am here for Gatsby’s party
sometimes when i know that i’m about to get that way i just find that i’m unable to cry. like i’m just unable to get to that stage. i don’t think the medication necessarily stops feelings of sadness, rather it just places a sort of emotional barrier that prevents me from going over the edge. i still recognize those familiar feelings of anguish, of being torn apart from the inside, but it’s as if i’m experiencing them from the other side of the looking glass. it’s not exactly numbness, but it’s not like i don’t feel them anymore. i don’t know how to describe it
if you close your eyes right before the train hits, your brain will think that you have died. some people find calmness in this.
I always reblog this I just love it so much
I can never open my eyes after this, i really feel like im dead and i feel so peaceful and happy
Okay, when you die you feel neither peaceful nor happy. You are dead, you feel nothing. This is NOT a good attitude to have. Don’t romanticize death, because it’s painful. No matter who you are, when you die you will rip someone’s world appart, and no one should be romanticizing and wishing for that. In addition, I don’t imagine being HIT BY A TRAIN would be a peaceful way to go, you might not die on impact, and so would be left lying on the tracks in unimaginable pain until you bled to death, your entire body broken and bleeding, most of your bones completely shattered. Stop making things like this out to be wonderful, and happy, and good. Dying is none of those things unless you are suffering from cancer. When you die you aren’t peaceful or happy, you are dead. And you’ve left all the people who love you to pick up the pieces of their lives and try to fit them back together without you, while they wonder what they could have done to keep you here. Don’t romanticize death, it’s not romantic.
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You blocked me on Facebook…. And now you’re going to die #knifeparty #ultramiami #umf #love
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