When we don’t know who to hate, we hate ourselves.– Chuck Palahniuk (via brokenmachine) (via wreminiscence)
On the train..
My sister: You see, we don't look alike, she called you my friend.
Me: I know we don't look alike, your head has a completely different shape and you're taller and bigger than I am.
My sister: What? That's it? You're not going to make any mean remarks?
Me: What I meant to say was that your head is much bigger than my head and your body has a freakishly strange shape.
My sister: That's better.
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