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Your awesome Tagline

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Always make ur absence felt, in such a way
that somebody missing u

but let not ur absence b so long that

sumbody starts learning to live without u

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Trust is the base of all relations.
A small mistak can change the whole thing.
Like missing ‘T’ can ‘RUST’ the relationshp.

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No sound in this world can be
more louder than silence,
If any one can understand ur
silence,they can never
misunderstand ur words!

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"We Enter The World Alone…!

We Leave The World Alone…!

So Its Better To Live Alone.”

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Stuff You Can Use: Redirecting to a Secondary Blog
If you’ve been on Tumblr for a while, you’ve probably encountered the quite common “my primary’s a secondary and a secondary’s my primary” dilemma. Since Tumblr still hasn’t made an internal mechanism for swapping out primary blogs, this can seem like an impasse. But fear not: for those of you who’ve abandoned your first-born, there’s an imperfect but simple workaround: add in a small redirect script to your theme’s html (courtesy of /entrepreneur):

Be sure to insert your (would-be primary) secondary blog’s URL into the third line. /e recommends adding the script directly to your theme’s html beneath the <head> tag, but you can save yourself the editorial hassle by throwing it into the “Description” box within the customization sidebar instead. Now, anyone attempting to visit your primary blog will be redirected to your secondary instead: de-facto switching, without an additional account or tedious post-transferral. 
It’s not perfect, but it’s an easy way to make sure most of your visitors end up where you’d like them. Feel free to contact us with any questions or comments on this lil’ trick, and enjoy! 

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Stuff You Can Use: Redirecting to a Secondary Blog

If you’ve been on Tumblr for a while, you’ve probably encountered the quite common “my primary’s a secondary and a secondary’s my primary” dilemma. Since Tumblr still hasn’t made an internal mechanism for swapping out primary blogs, this can seem like an impasse. But fear not: for those of you who’ve abandoned your first-born, there’s an imperfect but simple workaround: add in a small redirect script to your theme’s html (courtesy of /entrepreneur):

Be sure to insert your (would-be primary) secondary blog’s URL into the third line. /e recommends adding the script directly to your theme’s html beneath the <head> tag, but you can save yourself the editorial hassle by throwing it into the “Description” box within the customization sidebar instead. Now, anyone attempting to visit your primary blog will be redirected to your secondary instead: de-facto switching, without an additional account or tedious post-transferral. 

It’s not perfect, but it’s an easy way to make sure most of your visitors end up where you’d like them. Feel free to contact us with any questions or comments on this lil’ trick, and enjoy!