six “bitches” by lauren
Favorite Characters → Gwen Cooper (Torchwood)
When I was about five or six, my Dad came home from work early and I knew there was something wrong. I could hear voices from the kitchen. So I looked through the door and I could see him crying. It turns out money had gone missing from work and he’d got the blame. So I went to get all my pocket money and I put it in his hand. It must’ve been $2.50. And he looked at me and he said, “It’s not about the money.” He said “I can’t stand anyone thinking I’m not an honest man.” I will always remember that. Always. ‘Cause that was the first time in my life that anyone had spoken to me like an adult. And then we went in the back garden and we played until dark. So that’s my Dad, Geraint Wyn Cooper, the nicest man in the world. And today’s the day that I kill him.
you give me a boner.
not a penis boner.
but a boner in my heart.
a heart on.
an affection erection
at least there was some conclusion to their association. their friendship did matter. and it was because of that history and friendship, that was the basis of his impulsivity. because otherwise it would just be, “Jesus, look at that guy, that poor bastard,” but i’m not going to risk my life for some stranger. there is more than familiarity. it’s deep-rooted. and it’s so true. because sometimes you don’t know the depth of what you feel until you’re tested.- Bryan Cranston