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postmalone

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*formerly screamingsloth and pizzaroll*

i'm em.

i'm just your average unloveable girl who just keeps to herself and puts everyone else first.

i love post malone, leo dicaprio, and that's really it. i also love that thing where pianists sway from side to side as they fiercely punch keys and softly stroke keys all in one song.

MY SQUADLINGS (i'm sorry i forgot about you loves, i miss you all): @DemonGoddess @Snazzy @DarkPandemonium @Love

SIDE 1 OF ME:
rough hood girl, hides emotions, tough, sarcastic, rebellious, soulless, roasts people, swears a lot, jealous, wants hella tattoos, runs my mouth

SIDE 2 OF ME:
poet, fearless writer, artist, loyal, creative, semi sensitive, strong, genuinely cares about other people's happiness over my own, lets emotions flow, will sacrifice things in my life to better someone else's, soft, shrinks from the world, sweet

in sum: i cuss like a sailor & refuse to act like a lady, yet i will put you first and fix your problems in a jiffy if you need me to. that's the gist of me and my life.

if any of y'all wanna talk, vent, make friends - let me know. i'll be your friend when others let you down, i'll listen to your problems when people say that yours don't matter enough, i'll pick you back up when your self confidence and esteem are destroyed.

if and when any lost soul, wandering stranger, or charismatic friend stumbles upon my page, hit me up in my DMs and don't forget to stay strong.

*hoe out*


Interests

third wheeling // poetry // sleeping 12 consecutive hours // existential pain // starting novels that i will never finish, like, ever // POSTIE'S RAP MUSIC

Occupation

post malone's world


Don't aim at success--the more you aim at it and make it a target, the more you are going to miss it. For success, like happiness, cannot be pursued; it must ensue, and it only does so as the unintended side-effect of one's dedication to a cause greater than oneself or as the by-product of one's surrender to a person other than oneself.
— Viktor E. Frankl