In Japan, there are 3 ways to say ”I Love You”:
Daisuki - for friends and persons you like.
Aishiteru - for a more serious relationship.
Koishiteru - for the person you want to spend the rest of your life with.
They’re amazing ‘cause they made this rule to preserve the REAL MEANING of saying ”I Love You” and not to LOSE IT like MOST OF US DO.
I’m tired. And all I want right now is to be held. Tight. Tight enough that I can’t breathe, maybe then I’ll realize you love me. I just need to feel something, anything from you.
I’ve burned every bridge I had within the last three days, and I’ve never felt so alone.
It’s like the closer I want you to be to me, the further I push you away.
If these celebrities survived their awkward phases, then there’s hope for us all.
LOOK AT KE$HA…THERE’S STILL HOPE FOR ME
- Margaret Atwood (via lunelait)