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1. When ordering coffee, ask for a medium in a large cup. They’ll likely accidentally over fill it and you’ll get a cheap large coffee.
2. Learning to ignore certain people is one of the great paths to inner peace. Life gets easier when you delete those who make it difficult.
3. If someone takes time out of their day to help you for free, don’t tell them to hurry up.
4. “e.g.” is used for examples, “i.e.” is used for clarification.
5. Anyone can get in a fight. Only mature and mentally strong people have the willpower to resort to nonviolence.
6. Accidentally get deodorant on your shirt when putting it on? Rub a dryer sheet on it to take it off!
7. Would the five year old version of yourself look up to who you are now? Think about it.
8. If you receive a gift you think is undeserved, decline only once. Accept it the second time it is offered.
1. In three words I can sum up everything I’ve learned about life: it goes on.
2. When Word tells you to “revise a fragment” it means add a semicolon.
3. A hot shower can help to unblock a stuffy nose and help relieve cold and flu symptoms.
4. Apples are more powerful than caffeine at helping you stay awake.
5. If you’re having trouble falling asleep, count backwards from 99. Most times you’ll fall asleep before even getting to 50. If not, try 1000
6. Fun party trick: put Skittles and M&M’s in the same bowl, wait for someone to grab a bite.
7. Stop worrying about people who aren’t worried about you.
8. Don’t let yourself be controlled by three things: People, money and your past experiences.
9. Want a free one-night rental from Redbox? Use the promo code “DVDNIGHT”.
"The Teenage Gaze" photographed by Petra Collins
Naked time between Daddy and his little princess didn’t always involve doing naughty things with one another. There were times when the only thing that mattered was being physically close to one another. With all their clothes discarded to the floor, they would just sit on the bed together, wrapping their arms and legs around each others body, gently stroking and caressing one another with slow, soft, tender kisses. Seconds turned into minutes and minutes had a way of turning into an hour as the entire world faded away and nothing remained but them two of them together.
They spent time memorizing the lines of each others face, the shape of each others form, the scent of each others body, the taste of each others lips. It was moments like these that both Daddy and his little girl always remembered most vividly and with the most colorful detail when they were apart from one another and eager to be back in each others warm embrace.