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My dashboard is NOT ‘LITERALLY ON FIRE’. STOP SENDING THIS STUPID FREAKING EMAIL.

theheartofachiefsoulofadragon:

monobeartheater:

chief-blue-meanie:

chief-blue-meanie:

“I keep rearranging the letters of my sisters The Beatles sign on her bedroom door.

She is not happy.” 

I’ve given up trying to make them normal.

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ok and now there’s another one

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i didnt know the beatles could become so many words

Eh seatbelt

dehaans:

middle aged white males should strive to be more like mark ruffalo

my-dick-is-a-metaphor:

This is why we need heroines like Phryne. Slut shaming and double standards are still deeply ingrained in western culture, and probably will be for the next few years. We need to break down those walls, we need this equality. 
For full article: [x]
my-dick-is-a-metaphor:

This is why we need heroines like Phryne. Slut shaming and double standards are still deeply ingrained in western culture, and probably will be for the next few years. We need to break down those walls, we need this equality. 
For full article: [x]
my-dick-is-a-metaphor:

This is why we need heroines like Phryne. Slut shaming and double standards are still deeply ingrained in western culture, and probably will be for the next few years. We need to break down those walls, we need this equality. 
For full article: [x]

my-dick-is-a-metaphor:

This is why we need heroines like Phryne. Slut shaming and double standards are still deeply ingrained in western culture, and probably will be for the next few years. We need to break down those walls, we need this equality. 

For full article: [x]

asexualderekhale:

starbucksenterprise:

"omfg is that a next generation top? so you think picard is better than kirk? wow loser kirk is way better!"

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"what, really? you like the reboot? you’re not a trUE fan omfg i bet you’ve never even seen the original series!?!!!?!?"

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i think my favorite thing about this is that the light fixture looks like a tiny crown

OH MY GOD YES FINALLY I HAVE INTERNET AGAIN BEST BIRTHDAY PRESENT EVER


Watch the whole talk here»
Almost 20 years ago, writer Andrew Solomon fell into a deep depression. In this talk from TEDxMet, he speaks eloquently and openly about his struggle with “the family secret we all share,” but that no one wants to talk about. If you are a human or know a human, you have to watch this talk, but — be warned — you might just find yourself in tears.

Watch the whole talk here»
Almost 20 years ago, writer Andrew Solomon fell into a deep depression. In this talk from TEDxMet, he speaks eloquently and openly about his struggle with “the family secret we all share,” but that no one wants to talk about. If you are a human or know a human, you have to watch this talk, but — be warned — you might just find yourself in tears.

Watch the whole talk here»
Almost 20 years ago, writer Andrew Solomon fell into a deep depression. In this talk from TEDxMet, he speaks eloquently and openly about his struggle with “the family secret we all share,” but that no one wants to talk about. If you are a human or know a human, you have to watch this talk, but — be warned — you might just find yourself in tears.

Watch the whole talk here»
Almost 20 years ago, writer Andrew Solomon fell into a deep depression. In this talk from TEDxMet, he speaks eloquently and openly about his struggle with “the family secret we all share,” but that no one wants to talk about. If you are a human or know a human, you have to watch this talk, but — be warned — you might just find yourself in tears.

Watch the whole talk here»
Almost 20 years ago, writer Andrew Solomon fell into a deep depression. In this talk from TEDxMet, he speaks eloquently and openly about his struggle with “the family secret we all share,” but that no one wants to talk about. If you are a human or know a human, you have to watch this talk, but — be warned — you might just find yourself in tears.

Watch the whole talk here»
Almost 20 years ago, writer Andrew Solomon fell into a deep depression. In this talk from TEDxMet, he speaks eloquently and openly about his struggle with “the family secret we all share,” but that no one wants to talk about. If you are a human or know a human, you have to watch this talk, but — be warned — you might just find yourself in tears.

Watch the whole talk here»
Almost 20 years ago, writer Andrew Solomon fell into a deep depression. In this talk from TEDxMet, he speaks eloquently and openly about his struggle with “the family secret we all share,” but that no one wants to talk about. If you are a human or know a human, you have to watch this talk, but — be warned — you might just find yourself in tears.

Watch the whole talk here»
Almost 20 years ago, writer Andrew Solomon fell into a deep depression. In this talk from TEDxMet, he speaks eloquently and openly about his struggle with “the family secret we all share,” but that no one wants to talk about. If you are a human or know a human, you have to watch this talk, but — be warned — you might just find yourself in tears.

Watch the whole talk here»
Almost 20 years ago, writer Andrew Solomon fell into a deep depression. In this talk from TEDxMet, he speaks eloquently and openly about his struggle with “the family secret we all share,” but that no one wants to talk about. If you are a human or know a human, you have to watch this talk, but — be warned — you might just find yourself in tears.

Watch the whole talk here»

Almost 20 years ago, writer Andrew Solomon fell into a deep depression. In this talk from TEDxMet, he speaks eloquently and openly about his struggle with “the family secret we all share,” but that no one wants to talk about. If you are a human or know a human, you have to watch this talk, but — be warned — you might just find yourself in tears.

I dreamed i was friends with Rich Speight Jr and he started a fashion line that was really popular in Asia and then he and i were hanging out and i was telling him he dressed like a slob and he got really offended and told me to get my life together.


He goes from a villain to a happy child in three seconds [x]

He goes from a villain to a happy child in three seconds [x]
He goes from a villain to a happy child in three seconds [x]