There are more important things in life than the Jonas Brothers breaking up

There are more important things in life than OP predictions.

There are more important things in life than QTAC forms and uni preferences.

There are more important things in life than fainting at your own formal and having to go home over an hour early.

There are more important things in life than how fat you apparently look in your formal photos.

There are more important things in life than what your ex is doing on Facebook.

There are more important things in life than the little bits of flab on your arms.

There are more important things in life than what that girl wore to the Churchie Ball or if she went at all.

There are more important things in life than taking the perfect photo to post on Instagram.

There are more things important in life than choosing the perfect Instagram filter for said photo.

There are more important things in life than having to choose between X-Factor and The Block when they’re scheduled at the same time.

There are more important things in life than the Jonas Brothers breaking up.

There are more important things in life.
There are family and friends and your very first Maccas run when you get your P plates (not that I’ll ever experience this at the rate I’m going but I assume it’s fantastic). There are blankets that have sleeves so your arms don’t get cold in winter. There are sunrises and sunsets and nights spent sleeping under the stars. There are four packs of vodka cruisers that taste like lollies and hit you like a truck after you’ve downed eight of them in a 20 minute period. There are all you can eat buffets and sales on Ben and Jerry’s and 20 packs of McNuggets for only $7. There are sing-alongs and scream-alongs and bathroom stall cry-alongs at two in the morning.

To Harry Styles on his path towards becoming a woman.

To the little girl with the locker next to me at school representing our country at the Commonwealth Games.

To shoes that don’t hurt your feet.

To Zac Efron and Dave Franco.

To another day closer to graduating high school.

To the same friends you’ve had for years.

To the internet friends that mean more to you than anyone else who lives in your city.

To the journey.

To you, me, us.

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