i.e. 174, 2014
When Edward Gein was asked if he wore the skin face masks over a prolonged time, he responded: “Not too long, I had other things to do”
whats ET short for?
because he’s got little legs
You just responded to your own post.
Anonymous said: Advice on long distance relationships?
Never stop. Even when it’s 2AM and you have to work the next day. Even if your conversation is going no where. Even if she’s mad at you, or just not talking at all. You stay. And you love her unconditionally. Never take the little moments for granted. When she wears her hair up in a messy bun with make up smeared down her face because she slept in it, or even if she’s wearing no make up at all, you kiss that angel face and love her. When you fail to say the right words, show her what you’re trying to say. Tell her every night that she’s beautiful. Let her know she’s loved and that you’re proud. And even if she’s tired of hearing it, keep telling her. You’ll never be perfect and you’ll have really good and bad days. But I can tell you now, it’s worth every second together. Never stop.
Not to sound like I’m dissuading anyone from taking this advice, but in my experience the best way to work with the distance is to note that you have to communicate because there isn’t the closeness and physical intimacy of having your partner within your immediate shared space. You need to have patience and understand that as hard as it is not to have the freedom in your relationship to fall asleep together or sit quietly in spark and just experience the same surroundings. It’s not just your words though or the frequency of texts sent to one another, or even the number of times you tell them ‘I miss you’ or ‘I love you’. Send them handwritten notes and letters, or something you saw that reminded you of them. Let your actions speak as much as your words. Above all else, don’t put your life on hold if you feel like you’re not being met halfway, but don’t let your insecurities run you into the ground.