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48 Drake 'Scorpion' Lyrics You Can Use 'Nonstop' To 'Elevate' Your Summer Instagram Captions

Whether you're trying to find a caption for your beach selfie or need the perfect quote for your #SquadGoals pic, don't worry — Drizzy has got you covered!


Unless you're living under a rock then you know that Drake's newest album, "Scorpion," dropped JUST in time for summer, y'all! That's why it's only right to use lyrics from "Scorpion" as Insta-worth captions for all of your summer Instagram posts.

Whether you're trying to find a caption for your beach selfie or need the perfect quote for your #SquadGoals pic, don't worry, Drizzy has got you covered!

For your #SquadGoals pics:

1. "House full of supermodels just like Mohamed Hadid" - Sandra's Rose

2. "Saturday, call the girls, get 'em gassed out" - Nice For What

3. "Imagine if I never met the broskies" - God's Plan

4. "We in the buildin', we came for a billion, ain't nobody playin'" - Talk Up

5. "Scared to come towards us, gotta run from us" - Sandra's Rose

6. "You got some bad friends, high school pics, you was even bad then" - Nice For What

7. "Love my brothers, cut 'em in on anything" - Nonstop

8. "Ten of us, we movin' as one" - Talk Up

For pics of you and bae:

9. "'Cause i want ya, and i need ya, and i'm down for you always" - In My Feelings

10. "Cupid's shot me, my heartbeat's racing" - Is There More

For your selfies/post break up posts/revenge body pics:

11. "I stay busy workin' on me" - Nonstop

12. "It's too late for all that lovey dovey sh*t" - Mob Ties

13. "I ain't even cut the tie, it severed itself" - Survival

14. "Had a man last year, life goes on" - Nice For What

15. "Ain't stressin' off no lover in the past tense" - Nice For What

16. "Pretty little young thing" - Jaded

17. "Now they wanna know me since I hit the top" - Nonstop

18. "They see what I got and, man, it's hard to content" - Nonstop

19. "I'm tryna see who's there on the other end of the shade" - Emotionless

20. "I only love my bed and my momma I'm sorry" - God's Plan

21 "Got a lot of blood and it's cold" - I'm Upset

22. "I've never been the type to make amends" - 8 out of 10

23. "They been keepin' tabs on me like i'm payin' next time" - 8 out of 10

24. "I'm the chosen one, flowers never pick themselves" - Sandra's Rose

25. "Only cryin' I do is cryin' from laughin' 'bout it" - Is There More

26. "Only lackin I can do is my lack of response" - Is There More

27. "Only rest that I do is "where the rest of my commas?"" - Is There More

28. "If I can't make it with you, I'll make it without" - Is There More

29. "You know it's real, don't gotta say it for you" - Ratchet Happy Birthday

30. "I stopped askin' myself and I started feelin' myself" - Survival

For your vacation/night-out pics:

31. "There's no way this is real life, man, it can't be" - Nonstop

32. "Look at the way we live" - Emotionless

33. "I have tea with stars and I swim with the sharks" - Survival

34. "Trips to wherever feels right" - Don't Matter To Me

35. "Vacay to a place where you could take pictures, post on insta" - That's How You Feel

36. "I know you like to drink 'til the sun comes up" - That's How You Feel

37. "I live like Ronaldo but I never been in Madrid" - Blue Tint

38. "Is there more to life than going on trips to Dubai?" - Is There More

39. "Only lyin' I do is lyin' out in the tropics" - Is There More

40. "California girls sweeter than pieces of candy" - Sandra's Rose

41. "Back and forth to Italy, my comment section killin' me" - Can't Take a Joke

42. "I always need a glass of wine by sundown" - Final Fantasy

43. "She finally got to Rome and all she did was post pictures for people at home" - Emotionless

For your 4th of July pics:

44. "Yachts on the 4th of July, G5 soarin' the skies" - Is There More

45. "Workin' in the land of the free, the home of the brave" - Emotionless

46. "How can you be angry on a night in July" - Summer Games

For those of you with a ~summer birthday~:

47. "It's your birthday, baby, it's your birthday" - Ratchet Happy Birthday

48. "It's your month and you know it" - Ratchet Happy Birthday

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It's Time To Challenge 'You Complete Me' Culture

Your partner should be your companion, not your completion!


After having some time to reflect after "The Bachelor" finale, I think this is the perfect time to put this article out there. In this article, I want to offer you a different perspective on how to view relationships. I want to challenge you to defy cultural assumptions of what romance is and shine a light on how codependency can squash your happiness.

The puzzle analogy

In wedding vows or proclamations of love, we often hear the phrase, "You complete me." We compare finding our person to finding the missing piece of the puzzle in our lives. Once we place that puzzle piece in the empty hole, we can finally see the beautiful and complete picture. Without that piece, we would be in a frenzy, searching all around under the kitchen table and on everyone's chairs to see if we find it. We desperately hope the dog, or the baby, hasn't eaten it. We hold out hope.

This comparison, as I have found, has created quite an issue in our modern day society. We are so obsessed with finding that missing piece in our lives to complete us that we often search in the wrong places or live in unending frustration. Sometimes we find a perfectly wonderful person, but they seem to lack everything on our checklists of what we have deemed as the perfect missing piece, so we let them go. If you are one of the lucky ones who has found a person who fills the void in your life, you often try to shove them into the puzzle as hard as you can and force them to fit. You need to be filled; you need to have the beauty of the final picture — without it, how could you ever be completely happy?

Where did I go wrong?

I was riding along in the car with my boyfriend when I realized we had hit a rough patch. We are a long distance couple — going to separate colleges four hours away from each other — but we only live two minutes away from each other when we are back at home.

I had never had a boyfriend before my second semester of senior year. I had always been very independent. I moved a lot, which meant anytime I got close to dating someone, POOF, there I went. But, this time I had finally stayed and found an amazing guy — my best friend.

When I was single, I was the queen of relationship advice (as we all are when we are not blinded by rose-colored romance). Finally being in a relationship made me realize how easy it was to fall into habits that I had always scorned others for. I began letting this relationship affect me in ways I never even suspected it could.

Don't get me wrong, this was not his doing at all. My boyfriend is the sweetest guy I know. He is always lifting me up and supporting me to reach my dreams. While we both struggle with anxiety and depression, we have found a way to always put our individual mental health first. My boyfriend had dated people before me, but I had not. This altered expectations of what this relationship was supposed to look like for each of us. He knew what mistakes to try to stay away from, while I was still trying to figure it out.

How to reframe your perspective in relationships

Regardless of my background, I think I have stumbled on the most amazing way of reframing perspective in relationships. Once I started changing the lens on how I looked at our relationship, we started bickering less and I became so much happier.

Here it is: your significant other is your COMPANION, not your COMPLETION.

Of course, you should feel happy and enjoy when your partner is around. They should treat you with care and make you laugh, but they should not be the person filling the empty piece of your heart — that isn't their responsibility. They should not be the ultimate source of happiness that makes you feel emotionally whole. This perspective is extremely unhealthy because people are fickle and we make mistakes. We screw up . . . all the time. Our culture loves to use the phrase, "You complete me." It sounds extremely romantic. However, it can be so problematic.

Now, when I spend time or communicate with my boyfriend, I see it as a lucky bonus we get after we both have spent time improving ourselves that day. When I text him, I don't expect him to reply to me immediately — even though I still wish he would because of the need for instant gratification, let's be real. I know that he is going after his dreams by working as hard as he can to make a life for himself. As a girlfriend, not only should I commend him for that, but I should also give him the space to do that. Likewise, I should go after my dreams and work as hard as I can to achieve them.

Your partner should be the fun blanket you have on top of your comforter. You would be just as warm without the blanket and still get a good nights sleep, but the blanket is still really fuzzy and gives you extra joy and you can wrap it around you while you are watching tv. And, if it is a really cold and stormy night, perhaps you snuggle up with your blanket and hold it tightly for a little extra warmth and comfort.

I am a believer in God, and I believe his holy spirit makes me whole. Regardless of if you share this belief or not, I think we can all agree that we are all supposed to walk through life together and lift each other up. If we expect to put our happiness and worth on the shoulders of one person, then that relationship is going to crumble. Why would you want the person you love most to crumble? I certainly don't. I want to be able to look my partner in the eyes and say, "I love you and I want to stand by you when you need me. When you don't, I will be okay because I am still whole and fulfilled".


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