I'm gonna give all my secrets away

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Now don't you understand that I'm never changing who I am?
Fátima Luiza, 18. Brazilian girl. *
Welcome, Bem-vindos, Willkommen, Bienvenida, Benvenuto.
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About me:
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God
Football - Santa Cruz and Manchester City
Good Music
Books
Tumblr!
Giraffes
Basketball - Sacramento Kings
Chocolate
Friendship

Veja:
My friend's tumblr
My We Heart It
Song of this tumblr
Favorite Band
Creditos
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portraits-of-america:

     “I always wanted to dress a certain way when I was younger, but I never had the courage to do it. Now that I’m older, I wear whatever I want. People always say, ‘Oh, I can’t wear something because I can’t pull it off.’ But I think that if you’re happy and comfortable wearing something, then you can pull it off. You might look back one day and think, ‘I can’t believe I thought that was a good fashion idea’ but everyone should be free to experiment with how they look.
     “This applies to everything: life itself is a never-ending trial period of experimentation and figuring out what works. My mom’s tried all sorts of things for a career: she went to school here to study piano and she works at a bank now, but she’s thinking of buying a farm and raising animals.”

Oberlin, OH



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  • me: home alone yes time to fuck shit up and be rebellious
  • me: uses computer without headphones


portraits-of-america:

     “Some of my friends automatically dislike people—I’ve had arguments with them, because I value open-mindedness and liking everybody until they do something unlikeable. I see the good in people, and start off thinking that everyone is nice. I guess that can screw me over sometimes, but everybody has something to offer and you won’t know what it is if you don’t talk to them. I’ve always wondered why people become hateful and prejudiced—as children, we like everybody until they do something mean. I think a lot of people are conditioned by stereotypes in the media and movies: the skinny girl is cool and the overweight girl is not so cool.”  

Kent, OH



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