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"I will wade out till my thighs are steeped in burning flowers. I will take the sun in my mouth and leap into the ripe air, alive, with closed eyes."

- E.E. Cummings    (via crimpity)

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1. Would you have sex with the last person you text messaged?
2. You talked to an ex today, correct?
3. Have you taken someones virginity?
4. Is trust a big issue for you?
5. Did you hang out with the person you like recently?
6. What are you excited for?
7. What happened tonight?
8. Do you think it’s disgusting when girls get really wasted?
9. Is confidence cute?
10. What is the last beverage you had?
11. How many people of the opposite sex do you fully trust?
12. Do you own a pair of skinny jeans?
13. What are you gonna do Saturday night?
14. What are you going to spend money on next?
15. Are you going out with the last person you kissed?
16. Do you think you’ll change in the next 3 months?
17. Who do you feel most comfortable talking to about anything?
18. The last time you felt broken?
19. Have you had sex today?
20. Are you starting to realize anything?
21. Are you in a good mood?
22. Would you ever want to swim with sharks?
23. Are your eyes the same color as your dad’s?
24. What do you want right this second?
25. What would you say if the person you love/like kissed another girl/boy?
26. Is your current hair color your natural hair color?
27. Would you be able to date someone who doesn’t make you laugh?
28. What was the last thing that made you laugh?
29. Do you really, truly miss someone right now?
30. Does everyone deserve a second chance?
31. Honestly, do you hate the last boy you were talking to?
32. Does the person you have feelings for right now, know you do?
33. Are you one of those people who never drinks soda?
34. Listening to?
35. Do you ever write in pencil anymore?
36. Do you know where the last person you kissed is?
37. Do you believe in love at first sight?
38. Who did you last call?
39. Who was the last person you danced with?
40. Why did you kiss the last person you kissed?
41. When was the last time you ate a cupcake?
42. Did you hug/kiss one of your parents today?
43. Ever embarrass yourself in front of a crush?
44. Do you tan in the nude?
45. If you could, would you take back your last kiss?
46. Did you talk to someone until you fell asleep last night?
47. Who was the last person to call you?
48. Do you sing in the shower?
49. Do you dance in the car?
50. Ever used a bow and arrow?
51. Last time you got a portrait taken by a photographer?
52. Do you think musicals are cheesy?
53. Is Christmas stressful?
54. Ever eat a pierogi?
55. Favorite type of fruit pie?
56. Occupations you wanted to be when you were a kid?
57. Do you believe in ghosts?
58. Ever have a Deja-vu feeling?
59. Take a vitamin daily?
60. Wear slippers?
61. Wear a bath robe?
62. What do you wear to bed?
63. First concert?
64. Wal-Mart, Target or Kmart?
65. Nike or Adidas?
66. Cheetos Or Fritos?
67. Peanuts or Sunflower seeds?
68. Favorite Taylor Swift song?
69. Ever take dance lessons?
70. Is there a profession you picture your future spouse doing?
71. Can you curl your tongue?
72. Ever won a spelling bee?
73. Have you ever cried because you were so happy?
74. What is your favorite book?
75. Do you study better with or without music?
76. Regularly burn incense?
77. Ever been in love?
78. Who would you like to see in concert?
79. What was the last concert you saw?
80. Hot tea or cold tea?
81. Tea or coffee?
82. Favorite type of cookie?
83. Can you swim well?
84. Can you hold your breath without holding your nose?
85. Are you patient?
86. DJ or band, at a wedding?
87. Ever won a contest?
88. Ever have plastic surgery?
89. Which are better black or green olives?
90. Opinions on sex before marriage?
91. Best room for a fireplace?
92. Do you want to get married?

"So, do it. Decide. Is this the life you want to live? Is this the person you want to love? Is this the best you can be? Can you be stronger? Kinder? More compassionate? Decide. Breathe in. Breathe out and decide."

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Going Into High School
By: Maria
No matter how confident you are as a person, going into high-school has always been an intimidating, nerve-wracking experience, one that sadly we all have to undergo. There’s something about high-school, about the towering academic responsibilities and expectations, the peer pressure that intensifies, the progressive complexity of all the relationships you engage in at this time, that you simply cannot avoid finding yourself paralyzed by stress and doubt at the mere thought of it. However, as in most things in life, there’s no clear-cut answer or a universal manual on how to successfully go through this experience. As an 11th-grader I don’t pretend that I hold the secret, but hopefully by sharing some of the tips I’ve learnt on the way, through mistakes and misunderstandings, some of your questions will be addressed, leaving you a bit more positive and informed on the matter.
School performance/homework/grades
Undoubtedly one of the most stress-inducing aspects of high-school is grades, as they determine to a great extent your undergraduate studies prospects and are held equally important to most parents’ minds. However, in my opinion, studying is one of the easiest things that you are to tackle with along this path, as there are few external factors involved, apart from your own determination and perseverance. Now I’m not implying that it’s a whatsoever easy and effortless task, but I’m a very good student (I hope that this doesn’t come across as bragging, as i have no such intention) and I normally don’t study more than 2 hours a day. In most cases high-school standards are a lot higher than those of middle-school so be prepared. Even if you haven’t built up the foundations you would have wished for, it’s never too late to make a fresh start. I can sadly confirm that most people fail at school because they have long given up on the very thought of it, don’t be one of them. Get organized by picking up the essential school-supplies (highlighters? binders? post-its?) that will enhance your studying results. Make an effort to do all your homework as soon as it’s been assigned so as you don’t fall behind, left with an exponentially growing body of homework. Pursue extra-credit essays and assignments and always make sure to showcase genuine interest in each class and the teacher. Ask questions-tons of them. Not only are they crucial to not ending up looking at a maths problem as if it were an alien language, but also they are a proof of your participation and eagerness, which are highly praised. Try your best on tests, although you should bare in mind that your grades are a representation of your student image throughout the term. Obviously if you are given the chance to select your classes (lucky!) don’t let your friends interfere by taking up subjects you’ll later regret just because your bestie suggested that you do, in order to be together. Keep in mind a rough estimation of the college/university courses you’d like to follow, and adjust your classes accordingly.
Remember: the most effort you put into your academic performance at this point, the more it’ll pay off in the future :)
In my opinion, friendships are one of the most complicated and problematic issues around high-school. While toxic friends are no new territory, it’s much easier to fall pray to them, because around high-school you become more aware and interested in your reputation which is greatly dictated by the people you hang out with. While I understand and share the concern, I’d strongly advice you not to get involved with people who scream “bad news” only to be accepted in a clique. Instead do try to be friendly and easy going with everyone. Engage in as many clubs as possible-and early on. They’re ideal to meet new people, plus you’ll have the opportunity to explore your interests and by the end of the school year you’ll be left with tons of funny stories and memorable experiences to cherish. Parties are also great to get to know people but should be dealt with more precaution. We’ve all heard stories of high-school parties going wrong and, trust me, you really don’t want to make in into them. At any rate, I discovered that the best thing to do is to hang out with lots of different people, get to know them by being a good listener, and befriend as many of your classmates as you can. This way you’ll never find yourself excluded from social activities, stuck spending Saturdays alone. However, the most important thing is to find a group of close friends, the so-called “best friends”. I seriously can’t stress enough how significant that is, having people with whom you’ve genuinely bonded and who will always have your back. Again there’s no success recipe to achieve that, but once you’ve found people whom you click with, invest time and effort in them. At the end, all that you’ll remember from high-school is neither the grade you got on that math test nor your 10-th grade boyfriend; it’s the fun you had and the friendships you’ve built.
Another important thing to bare in mind is to avoid gossip at all costs. Seriously though, if you discuss, you’ll get discussed and that’s all there’s to it, no exceptions. I learned that the hard way. Of course sharing the occasional secret with your best friends is seemingly harmless but there’s no excuse for spreading ugly rumors about anyone. Although you may believe this will enhance your social profile, remember that no one is particularly fond of drama queens. Sometimes you just have to mind your own business, right?
Boy division
Most people would agree that relationships become more serious and complicated in high-school, so brace yourself. Normally, the first step to get yourself in a relationships is to be open and friendly. Don’t expect boys to come running In your yard for your milkshake! You must overcome the Shakespearean misconception that flirting is exclusively a boy thing; it’s certainly not. In a lot of cases you’ll have to be the one to initiate the conversation or to ask for his number. As long as you’re not being aggressive, chance are he will appreciate it. Start hanging out in places where odds have it, you’ll encounter new people, like parties or clubs. As much as I hate to admit it, Facebook (ew!) is also a good place for you talk with your newly acquired “acquaintance”. So what happens after you start dating? Well, it’s supposed to come naturally and you’re to go with the flow. No need to remind you of course the totally mom-like thing not to get pushed into doing things you’ll later regret, right? In my opinion, the greatest flaw in relationships around our age, is that girls (and boys often enough) settle for a lot less than they’re worth of, out of fear of being alone, which only leads to them getting their heart broken. If your boyfriend is unfaithful, disrespectful, abusive, or urging you to do things, hijacking your consent, you must get away from him ASAP. And what if there’s no boy around? I know it sounds totally cliché, but the right guy will arrive. The fact that he hasn’t just yet doesn’t invalidate you as a person, it’s just pure circumstance. Like aforementioned, it’s better to be alone, than to be with someone who doesn’t care and appreciate you. 
Remember: High-school years are supposed to be some of the most memorable ones; make them so!
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