BVB Quotes.. a lot of them"Never give in, never let anyone bring you down" ~Andy SixMore Like This
"Like birds whose wings are broken, you live without direction!" ~Andy Six
"And the people who say things to you about the way you look and the way you dress, they have nothing more to their lives. That's all they do, and you have something more in you." ~Andy Six
"You don't fall in love with a gender, you fall in love with a person." ~Sandra Alvarenga
"Next time someone calls you a faggot, say "f*** you, you fat piece of s***!" ~Andy Six
"Just because we wear make-up don't mean we can't kick your a**!" ~The Black Veil Brides
"Ultimately, what you can see at a KISS concert is a bunch of stuff blow up and some old guys that can't really walk. What you can see at a Black Veil Brides concert is guys that put on one h*** of a show and bust their a**. So ya know, uh, eventually we will blow s*** up." ~Andy Six
"He had a very Hitlerian face...." ~Andy Six
"Every sixty seconds you spend upset is a minute of happiness you'll nev
- Photographic ParadoX -More Like This
This tool of distortion
used to corrupt the
perceptions of reality
The world as I see
through clear lens
has messed my senses.
My obsession with capturing
unsought beauty has seized me
though, frustrated with
An image captured
for my collection of silly
things for me to ponder upon
Behind the camera
I feel safe, never
want to be the subject
of its eye.
A Princess' Outlaw: 1More Like This
Name: Mai Valo (Dance Light)
Age: 18 ½
Birthday: October 31st
Weight: 135 lbs.
Hair Color/Style: Black, wavy, down to her mid back.
Cup size: C
Eye Color: Blue on the outer ring, green with a ring of amber around the pupil.
Orientation: Half Finnish, half Japanese.
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I drew my hood over my head to hide my face as the cool wind danced across my flesh. It was still pretty cold even though it was no where near as cold as Helsinki. I cupped my hands together and blew into them as it started to sprinkle. My face was flushed and my breathing labored. Grabbing the straps of my bag I took it off and leaned against the wall, digging through it for something.
The rain started coming down harder. I shivered as I started to wheeze. My vision started going blurry as I slid down to sit on the cold sidewalk. My knees were tucked up close to my chest as I craddled the bag in my lap. Warm tears mixed with the cold rain as it ran down my