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18 year old literature enthusiast working in a computer store.
Life got me good.


To the person in the bell jar, blank and stopped as a dead baby, the world itself is a bad dream.

impetuz:

ohhenryd:

thatpunnyguy:

snazziest:

They call me coffee cuz I grind so fine

They call me coffee I keep you up past 2 am

They call me coffee because I’m really bitter and most people don’t like me without changing some aspect of what I am

oh

(via that-kid-ben-biller)

Anonymous said:

hey, so back when i was like 8/9 i mastered my splits by stretching religiously for about a month, but i forgot to stretch so i lost them:/ now at 13 im trying to get them back and ive been stretching for over 3 months now and i still havent got my right split back. like if i warm up i can get it flat but its uncomfortable and im soo fustrated because i feel likd ill never get it.how long did it take for u to get yours to the point of it being comfortable? any tips? sorry for the length

I’m 19 and at various points in my life I’ve had flat splits and then lost them again, it’s only in the past 7 months when I joined my cheer team that I’ve been working on getting them back. What really helped me was when I went into my right split I would lean forward on my leg, literally using my head to push my leg down further. I know that sounds ridiculous but it did really help lol

I know this probably isn’t what you want to hear, but more than anything it just takes practice and commitment. Hold your splits every morning and night for 1 minute. Also never stretch when you’re not warmed up, it’s completely counterproductive and you’re much more likely to tear something.

Aaaaaand if you can face it, oversplits are the best. Just put a book under your front foot, bear the pain for 20 seconds and then try your splits again. You’ll get down much further.

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