“I didn’t have any definition of self. I never fit in, so I started pretending I was other people. I’d find people I thought were cool and dress how they dressed, talk how they talked, do whatever they were into.” This led to a period of drugs and alcohol. When his family gave him an ultimatum to get clean or they;d report him to the police Cory said, “I was done fighting myself. I finally said, ‘I’m gonna start looking at my life and figure out why I’m doing this.” He quit using, got a job and surrounded himself with sober people and today is a star on Glee. - Cory Monteith (parade magazine)
When [Cory] was here, he was so adorable, you know, talking about and admitting [the relationship]
Time for a threesome!
"Show me a hero and I’ll write you a tragedy."―F. Scott Fitzgerald
I always plan really cute movie nights with myself but then I fall asleep