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  1. Kiss like you mean it.
  2. Remember their birthday, every year.
  3. Make them feel special, even on a monday night with a forecast of rain.
  4. Befriend their Mom, she will tell you stories that no one else can.
  5. Order each other food at restaurants, just to try something new.
  6. Shower together, you may learn to love your body, by seeing the desire and passion in your partners eyes.
  7. Leave notes when you go out for the day, it will make you feel safe.
  8. Watch the Breakfast Club, and pump up your fist in the end, even if it only happens once.
  9. Care for each other when sick, soup is the easiest thing to make.
  10. Make chocolate covered strawberries in summer simply because you can.
  11. Go fishing with their Dad, and listen to what he has to say, even if he may have trouble saying it.
  12. Give each other little presents, even if its just a rose on friday the 13th.
  13. Get angry, but forgive.
  14. Love, love with all you’ve got.

14 things to remember in a relationship (via hollowfawn)

Someday we will get this back

(via politicsofmonogramming)

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the-doctor-mccoy:

batchix:

daniwubsbass:

sodomymcscurvylegs:

weareallanemic:

misterpornographic:

killingsecrets:


^ Er Nurse

^ Funeral Director

^Works in management

^Medical professional

^Mr & Mrs Claus

^Teacher

^Vet Tech

For all you tattoo bashers out there.

Tattoos don’t make the character. Learn people. Learn.

This.

The previous generations really did a number on us when it comes to tattoos. They made us believe that tattoos are unprofessional and unsightly, when, really, tattoos and body art have existed through pretty much the entirety of human history. Tattoos, unless they are of an offensive nature, are not any more unprofessional than make-up, or jewelry, etc.I remember one time I was asked by a friend who is a manager if she should hire a guy with tattoos. My first question to her was about how qualified the guy was for the position, and she explained he was very qualified. Her: “If you went to a store to buy something, would it bother you if the person helping you had tattoos?”Me: “As long as he does his job properly and helps me when I need it, he could be wearing a Halloween costume for all I care.” 

bless this post.

The previous generation did a number on us with a lot of stupid misconceptions.

Most of the nurses and aides I work with have tatoos. 

the-doctor-mccoy:

batchix:

daniwubsbass:

sodomymcscurvylegs:

weareallanemic:

misterpornographic:

killingsecrets:

image

^ Er Nurse

image

^ Funeral Director

image

^Works in management

image

^Medical professional

image

^Mr & Mrs Claus

image

^Teacher

image

^Vet Tech

image

For all you tattoo bashers out there.

Tattoos don’t make the character. Learn people. Learn.

This.

The previous generations really did a number on us when it comes to tattoos. They made us believe that tattoos are unprofessional and unsightly, when, really, tattoos and body art have existed through pretty much the entirety of human history. Tattoos, unless they are of an offensive nature, are not any more unprofessional than make-up, or jewelry, etc.

I remember one time I was asked by a friend who is a manager if she should hire a guy with tattoos. My first question to her was about how qualified the guy was for the position, and she explained he was very qualified. 

Her: “If you went to a store to buy something, would it bother you if the person helping you had tattoos?”

Me: “As long as he does his job properly and helps me when I need it, he could be wearing a Halloween costume for all I care.” 

bless this post.

The previous generation did a number on us with a lot of stupid misconceptions.

Most of the nurses and aides I work with have tatoos.