So like last year I saw a girl during summer I crushed on from 5th grade. So i asked her to coffee and it legit lasted like 5 minutes. I found out two days later the girl is a lesbian. Im still very confused why she went to coffee.

Hahahaha i’m so so sorry Chris but i’m laughing so hard i’m crying omggggggg at least she like didnt like any guys & it wasnt just you? it could have been worse hahaha

Sleep over night!!(:


"… however, some artists will be like finding "the one.” We will cherish every album they put out until they retire and we will play their music for our children and grandchildren. As an artist, this is the dream bond we hope to establish with our fans.”



you got your demons and darling, they all look like me…

You taught me to be fearless. To speak now. That things will change. That people are gonna be mean. That one day, I’ll find my place in this world. That I don’t need to come undone. That life’s a tough crowd. You taught me how to be strong. And I love you because of that.

Tell us a story about a crush you had that ended up hurting you

Ughh ajbksabaos, Okay so this was, like last February, & i was really close with this guy, pretty much best friends & i thought for sure he liked me too cause he always hugged me & text me & even joking around said i love you & always hung out with me but then one night he was texting me telling me how awesome this girl he liked was & sending me pictures of her being like “isnt she cute!!” & i was just like “yep:)” but i was dying omg. that sucked

Sleep over night! 

In first grade I felt really sick and throw up on a girl Katie Shea shoes and she hated me forever lmao. She was actually really cute too ugh

hahaha Oh my god dont feel bad in 2nd grade a boy threw up on me, like all down the front of me. worst day ever, for a 2nd grader at least. 

sleep over night!!

god i love sleep over nights even if its only a couple of you guys, i love talking to you guys <3 

A lot of people ask me, ‘How did you have the courage to walk up to record labels when you were 12 or 13 and jump right into the music industry?’ It’s because I knew I could never feel the kind of rejection that I felt in middle school. Because in the music industry, if they’re gonna say no to you, at least they’re gonna be polite about it.