1. davidtennantspants:

    I HAVE SEARCHED ACROSS THE AGES FOR THIS GIFSET

    (Source: sandandglass, via wandering-butnot-lost)

     
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  3. lovequotesrus:

    Everything you love is here

    (Source: onlybestquotes)

     
  4. stupidstagram:

    THIS IS THE FUNNIEST FUCKING VIDEO EVER UPLOADED TO THE INTERNET 

    (via slamdunkedoreo)

     
     
  5. christianmakesjokes:

    christianmakesjokes:

    hello yes, I would like to purchase one night stand.

    Cmon guys 6 notes are you kidding me this is like the funniest thing that ever happened in my life.

    (via morelikegrinningcats)

     

  6. "Do you love with your mouth closed or open?
    Do you taste chocolate or licorice when you kiss them?
    When you see them, which hand reaches for them first?
    Do you love with the blinds open?
    In the daytime?
    When no one is watching?
    How many times a day do your feet tap the rhythm of their name?
    Where do you like to fuck?
    Where do you like to make love?
    Is there a difference?
    If so, what shade is it?
    Do you still take your coffee black?
    How long has it been since you smoked?
    Do they make it easier to breathe
    or do you still use your inhaler?
    When was the last time you unlocked the liquor cabinet?
    When you slow dance, are your eyes open or closed?
    Do they smell like your sheets when you leave for work?
    What does their sadness sound like?
    Trumpets? A wolf howl?
    Do they make you happier than I did?
    Don’t answer.
    Don’t answer.
    Don’t answer."
    — Questions For a Few Years From Now | Caitlyn Siehl
    (via alonesomes)

    (via shinemomentarily)

     
  7. amazingatheist:

    maitaijulie:

    aviculor:

    important psa about buns

    We raised rabbits when I was a child and my sister gave a rabbit a bath (she was 5) and it died..so heed this instruction.

    I wasn’t going to reblog this, but then I realized I might save a rabbit.

    (Source: sfrishberg, via thesexsationalspiderman)

     
  8. tooyoungtooclever:

    vagisodium:

    uninhibitedandunrepentant:

    lovesthesmarty:

    lsama:

    This is the best idea for a restaurant. - Imgur

    I DON’T THINK IT’S LITERALLY POSSIBLE FOR ME TO LIKE OR FAV OR UPVOTE THIS ENOUGH

    I would like to see more of these.

    Is this not a thing in America?

    It’s a thing all over here in Australia. You get a wrist band. Means you can buy no booze, but you get free soft drink.

    this is a thing in canada too like all you gotta do is say that youre driving

    Step up your game America.

     
  9. proxyjackspicer:

    todiewithpeterpan:

    bobbycaputo:

    The Luxton brothers recreate their childhood pictures with terrific results

    These make me so happy I can hardly stand it

    THE ONE WITH THE BOW

    (via joeshmo)

     

  10. phaserburn:

    My taste in music ranges from “you need to listen to this” to “I know, please don’t judge me.”

    (Source: fourwheeldevice, via wit-t)

     

  11. "you had such a thirst for knowledge; and now school has ruined that."
    — something that someone said to me recently and I think about it a lot. (via magnussne)

    (Source: ecrirers, via meergato)

     
  12. plomrose:

    thatdarnguythere:

    For Harry Potter people, a photo of the first day the trio met.

    can’t not

    (via wit-t)

     

  13. merryiero:

    an alternate universe where everything is the same except every member of my chemical romance is shaquille o’neal

    image

    (Source: unofficialbarakat, via joyous-pringle)

     
  14. lesboflow:

    THIS. FUCKING READ IT, UNDERSTAND IT, THEN REREAD IT, THEN SHARE IT, THEN NEVER EVER FUCKING EVER USE SLUT AS AN INSULT AGAIN, OK? OK.

    (via faberryforeverr)

     

  15. "

    Ambition is demanded of us because we know mediocrity is not an option. When society tells women that if we are just averagely good-looking, or averagely smart, or reasonably high-achieving, we will never be loved and safe, perfectionism is an adaptive strategy. We learn that if we want love and security, we have to be perfect, and if it doesn’t work out, well, that means we just weren’t good enough. And we know it probably won’t work out well. Girls aren’t fools. They know what is being done to them. They know what means for their futures in terms of money and power.

    Girls get it. An under-reported, crucial facet of the study is the extent and cynicism of girls’ concerns about economic equality and unpaid work. A full 65% of girls aged 11-21 are worried about the cost of childcare, and while 58% say they “would like to become a leader in their chosen profession, 46% of them worry that having children will negatively affect their career.

    Girls know perfectly well that structural sexism means they can’t have everything they’re being told they must have. They are striving to have it all everyway, striving to have everything and be everything like good girls are supposed to, and it hasn’t broken them yet, for good or ill. That’s is one reason young women still do so well in school and at college despite our good grades not translating to real-world success. It’s one reason we’re so good at getting those entry-level service jobs: we are not burdened by the excess of ego, the desire to be treated like a human being first, that prevents many young men from engaging proactively with an economy that just wants self-effacing drones trained to smile till it hurts.

    The press just loves to act concerned about half-naked young ladies, preferably with illustrations to facilitate the concern. Somehow nothing changes. And maybe that’s the point. Maybe part of the function of the constant stream of news about young girls hurting and hating themselves isn’t to raise awareness. Maybe part of it is designed to be reassuring.

    It must be comforting, if you’re invested in the status quo, to hear that young women are punished and made miserable when they misbehave.

    I’ve said this before, but I’ll repeat it: for all those knuckle-clutching articles about how girls everywhere are about to pirouette into twerking, puking, self-hating whorishness, we do not actually care about young women - not, that is, about female people who happen to be young. Instead, we care about Young Women (TM), fantasy Young Women as a semiotic skip for all our cultural anxieties. We value girls as commodities without paying them the respect that both their youth and their personhood deserves. Being fifteen is fucked up enough already without having the expectations, moral neuroses and guilty lusts of an entire culture projected onto this perfect empty shell you’re somehow supposed to be. Hollow yourself out and starve yourself down until you can swallow the shame of the world.

    We care about young women as symbols, not as people.

    "
    — 

    Girl trouble: we care about young women as symbols, not as people

    (via socio-logic)

    "perfectionism is an adaptive strategy"

    (via geardrops)

    Wow. Thought provoking.

    (via wilwheaton)

    (Source: arabellesicardi, via faberryforeverr)