I believe my blog needs it here. 

I believe my blog needs it here. 

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I’m an adult, but not like a real adult

anyone between the ages of 18 and 25 (via prettyboystyles)

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How’s work you ask?

Well there are few better days when I feel that I understand what I’m doing and then every other day I’m lost like a sad little puppy. 

But I like challenges and I enjoy that my work keeps on my toes. 

People I work with are still awesome, some more and others a little bit less, but I’m really good at ignoring them. 

So, life’s good and it helps that all this week,nights have been super warm like they where in California back when I lived there. Good memories. 


if i havent embarrassingly sang around you then we arent true friends

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One day I just woke up and realized that I can’t touch yesterday. So why the heck was I letting it touch me?

Steve Maraboli (via versteur)

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Well that’s for sure, I have met a male version of me. 

So far,we both make same kind of jokes. 

We hate lemon with our fish. 


wait for it!


How amazingly creepy it is!

Be somebody who makes everybody feel like a somebody.

Kid President  (via perfect)

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Ok, I still have to improve my camera skills. But anyways..this Estonian Song Festival impressed me a lot. When I heard that a song festival was the symbol of the national awakening in Estonia I didn’t get too excited.

As I am coming from a country, where national awakening is connected with the 1848-49 Revolution, when Hungarians were fighting for two years for their freedom. Singing is nice but the real thing is fight.

But today, when I heard thousands and thousands singing together I had the feeling how powerful it can be. This is a wonderful event, and it has the same impact as a cannon on the battlefield.