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About: Hi, I'm Maureen.
My interests include writing, eating, and hugging my mom.

Here is my face and sometimes my torso and also sometimes my extremities.     

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calcium-waste:

Shia LaBeouf by Craig McDean for Interview Magazine

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As a follow-up to my previous nostalgia photoset, I present this beautiful high school memory. 
Left: Me, wearing a t-shirt that has a picture of a trombone on it and says “Many Positions Available” because I have always been a vile human, shooting a look of apparent disgust at the individual on the right
Middle: Child waving popsicle in the air
Right: Aforementioned awful ex-boyfriend who is essentially Jean-Ralphio from Parks and Recreation
AH, THE MEMORIES

As a follow-up to my previous nostalgia photoset, I present this beautiful high school memory. 

Left: Me, wearing a t-shirt that has a picture of a trombone on it and says “Many Positions Available” because I have always been a vile human, shooting a look of apparent disgust at the individual on the right

Middle: Child waving popsicle in the air

Right: Aforementioned awful ex-boyfriend who is essentially Jean-Ralphio from Parks and Recreation

AH, THE MEMORIES

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c0ssette:

Details of Michelangelo’s masterpiece “David” 1501–1504

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always-sunny-aso:

My favorite Dennis insult towards Dee

always-sunny-aso:

My favorite Dennis insult towards Dee

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Let’s Go Surfing | The Drums

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PLEASE HELP ME I started going through old photos and now I’m completely falling in love with how incredibly awkward we all were in high school

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Paul Newman in Somebody Up There Likes Me  (Robert Wise, 1956)

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