josman1:

Kurt Madison solo

josman1:

Kurt Madison solo

This is how I imagine Kim Kardashian’s wedding will look, ten years from now.

This is how I imagine Kim Kardashian’s wedding will look, ten years from now.

i saw the picture of you after you got beat up by those people. It's scary and at the same time saddening, god bless you and hope you get well soon :(
Saw your post through City Horse. Please please tell me you got medical care and law enforcement involved. Not everyone on the Internet is like that and oh my god I wish there was something I could do!
oprahchopra:

thecityhorse:

fuckyeahpopprincesses:

This all happened because I had spent a couple of months talking to a guy on Facebook, who I had met through a good friend of mine. We got to chatting, and he confided in me, telling me that he was gay, but didn’t want anybody to know, which I understood, as his friends were quite rough and I could tell they would not be the type to take kindly to homosexuality. The longer we spoke, the more he opened up to me - He eventually told me he had feelings for me, and at this point, I wasn’t sure, because we hadn’t even met yet. So after him telling me how he felt, he began pressuring me in to meeting him, so we could explore things a bit more and see how things went… and so, I agreed to meet with him. No more than five minutes past of me being with him, when it became apparent, I was nothing more than a joke to him, and nothing he said was true. It turns out that he had organised us meeting as a way for him and his friends to attack me, cutting my legs, beating me in the back with a baseball bat, punching me in the face, stomach, and neck, and even running me over once. 
After everything that happened, I realised he was a liar. I was foolish enough to believe what he said on the internet, none of it was true.Never believe what you see on the internet, because you may get yourself hurt. 

Reblogging to show to a friend because I’ve often worried about this happening to him… jesus christ though, I am so sorry this happened to you.
People scare me.
I have to ask though, were the police involved? Did you report this? Are you pressing charges? I really hope you did and that they are taking it seriously.

im not trying to be insensitive… but why is this picture being taken in a salon?



I didn’t report it, no. I don’t see the need. I am moving cities in a month, so it is pointless, the police in the area will just delay anything they should do, as long as they can, it’s what they do best.

And you don’t sound insensitive at all, I wondered if people would wonder why I was in a hair salon. I was in a salon because it was the first place I saw when I ran.

oprahchopra:

thecityhorse:

fuckyeahpopprincesses:

This all happened because I had spent a couple of months talking to a guy on Facebook, who I had met through a good friend of mine. We got to chatting, and he confided in me, telling me that he was gay, but didn’t want anybody to know, which I understood, as his friends were quite rough and I could tell they would not be the type to take kindly to homosexuality. The longer we spoke, the more he opened up to me - He eventually told me he had feelings for me, and at this point, I wasn’t sure, because we hadn’t even met yet. So after him telling me how he felt, he began pressuring me in to meeting him, so we could explore things a bit more and see how things went… and so, I agreed to meet with him. No more than five minutes past of me being with him, when it became apparent, I was nothing more than a joke to him, and nothing he said was true. It turns out that he had organised us meeting as a way for him and his friends to attack me, cutting my legs, beating me in the back with a baseball bat, punching me in the face, stomach, and neck, and even running me over once. 

After everything that happened, I realised he was a liar. I was foolish enough to believe what he said on the internet, none of it was true.

Never believe what you see on the internet, because you may get yourself hurt. 

Reblogging to show to a friend because I’ve often worried about this happening to him… jesus christ though, I am so sorry this happened to you.

People scare me.

I have to ask though, were the police involved? Did you report this? Are you pressing charges? I really hope you did and that they are taking it seriously.

im not trying to be insensitive… but why is this picture being taken in a salon?

I didn’t report it, no. I don’t see the need. I am moving cities in a month, so it is pointless, the police in the area will just delay anything they should do, as long as they can, it’s what they do best. And you don’t sound insensitive at all, I wondered if people would wonder why I was in a hair salon. I was in a salon because it was the first place I saw when I ran.
This all happened because I had spent a couple of months talking to a guy on Facebook, who I had met through a good friend of mine. We got to chatting, and he confided in me, telling me that he was gay, but didn’t want anybody to know, which I understood, as his friends were quite rough and I could tell they would not be the type to take kindly to homosexuality. The longer we spoke, the more he opened up to me - He eventually told me he had feelings for me, and at this point, I wasn’t sure, because we hadn’t even met yet. So after him telling me how he felt, he began pressuring me in to meeting him, so we could explore things a bit more and see how things went… and so, I agreed to meet with him. No more than five minutes past of me being with him, when it became apparent, I was nothing more than a joke to him, and nothing he said was true. It turns out that he had organised us meeting as a way for him and his friends to attack me, cutting my legs, beating me in the back with a baseball bat, punching me in the face, stomach, and neck, and even running me over once. 
After everything that happened, I realised he was a liar. I was foolish enough to believe what he said on the internet, none of it was true.Never believe what you see on the internet, because you may get yourself hurt. 

This all happened because I had spent a couple of months talking to a guy on Facebook, who I had met through a good friend of mine. We got to chatting, and he confided in me, telling me that he was gay, but didn’t want anybody to know, which I understood, as his friends were quite rough and I could tell they would not be the type to take kindly to homosexuality. The longer we spoke, the more he opened up to me - He eventually told me he had feelings for me, and at this point, I wasn’t sure, because we hadn’t even met yet. So after him telling me how he felt, he began pressuring me in to meeting him, so we could explore things a bit more and see how things went… and so, I agreed to meet with him. No more than five minutes past of me being with him, when it became apparent, I was nothing more than a joke to him, and nothing he said was true. It turns out that he had organised us meeting as a way for him and his friends to attack me, cutting my legs, beating me in the back with a baseball bat, punching me in the face, stomach, and neck, and even running me over once. 

After everything that happened, I realised he was a liar. I was foolish enough to believe what he said on the internet, none of it was true.

Never believe what you see on the internet, because you may get yourself hurt.