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Yo no creo en la iglesia pero creo en tu mirada

Name:
Arielle
Birthdate:
19 May 1990
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Teenage angst has paid off well
Now I'm bored and old





"They say Jesus died for somebody’s sins but God knows he didn’t die for mine,
‘cause I’ll stand accountable for my own damn sins each and every time."
— Dan le Sac vs Scroobius Pip, Sick Tonight
42, alan rickman, america de verdad, annie hall, arrested development, autumn weather, ballet, beach, being a dork, being lazy, books, boys, british spellings, buffy the vampire slayer, buying new books, camping, canada, chuck palahniuk, cillian murphy, dancing-like-someone-is-watching, david sedaris, david tennant, debating, dimitri, doctor who, douglas adams, español, fight club, firefly, frédéric chopin, futurama, gabriel garcia marquez, gene motherfucking hunt, han solo, harry and the potters, harry potter, hermione granger, hugh laurie, irony, jane austen, jon stewart, jonathan safran foer, kaiser chiefs, kate nash, kenneth the page, kevin smith movies, life on mars, lily allen, lonely tourist charlotte charles, making fun of people, marvin the paranoid android, melancholy love stories, monty python, murderectomy, murderonomy, music lindsay doesn't approve, mythbusters, méxico, neil patrick harris, nerdy boys, northern english accents, oscar wilde, photography, pushing daisies, radiohead, reading, regina spektor, robert pattinson's crack den, robin sparkles, romance languages, romanticising the past, rupert giles, sabor de soledad, scrubs, songs-that-were-hits-before-my-mother-was-born, spike, spoon, stephen colbert, stephen fry, sublimely butchered english, swing dancing, teenage angst, television without pity, that's what she said, the beatles, the concept of infinity, the dresden dolls, the piemaker, the rolling stones, the velvet underground, the waltz, todo lo mexicano, topher grace, towels, trigger happy tv, veronica mars, waitwait...don't tell me, weezer, wentworth miller, what would janet do?, wilfred owens, words, world war i, worldwide jewish domination, writing

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