DoD

I'm Doaa Nosir , and i don't care.

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Do you want a cookie?
- What?
- A cookie. Like an Oreo. Do you want one?
- No.
- How can you not want a cookie?
- I just don’t.
- Okay, fine,let’s say you did want a cookie. Let’s say you were dying for a cookie, and there were cookies in the cupboard. What would you do?
- I’d eat a cookie?
- Exactly. That’s all I’m saying.
- What are you saying?
- That if people want cookies, they should get a cookie. It’s what people do.
- Let me guess. Dad won’t let you have a
cookie?
- No. Even though I’m practically starving to death, he won’t even consider it. He says I have to have a sandwich first.
- And you don’t think that’s fair.
- You just said you’d get a cookie if you wanted one. So why can’t I? I’m not a little kid. I can make my own decisions.
- Hmm. I can see why this bothers you so
much.
- It’s not fair. If he wants a cookie, he can have one. If you want a cookie,
you can have one. But if I want a cookie, the rules don’t count. Like you
said, it’s not fair.
- So what are you going to do?
- I’m going to eat a sandwich. Because I have to. Because the world isn’t fair
to ten-year-olds.
Nicholas SparksThe Last Song (via feellng)

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It was a twisting, turning road that lead to the end of the aisle, and not everything along the way was perfect. To be honest, not everything to follow would be perfect, either - but what is? Here’s the secret, kids. None of us can vow to be perfect, in the end, all we can do is promise to love each other with everything we’ve got. Because love’s the best thing we do. And on that lovely spring evening, that’s exactly what Barney and Robin vowed to each other. And it was legendary.

(Source: neuralmente, via owenhunted)