I need someone who
Sees the fire in my eyes and
wants to play with it.
Haiku by l.s.f.  (via 33113)

(Source: despawndent)

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then-it-fell-apart:

i hope one day you are at peace with yourself. i hope you can take a shower without crying and you can close your eyes without thinking about your funeral. i hope one day you start singing in the shower again and are happy for no reason. i hope you get better, because you really deserve to. 

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daryldixonismyspiritanimal:

minionier:

grassangel:

tyleroakley:

Let us never forget that Jeremy Renner used to be a makeup artist.

And a ski-instructor. And house renovator.

#now this fact is spreading can he be asked all the makeup questions usually aimed at female co-stars?

Can Jeremy Renner be a strong female character in every movie?

Jeremy Renner is a strong, independent woman, who don’t need no man.

341,952 notes

craighead:

christinegro:

garnnetea:

this is amazing. 
#potterhead forever.

This is tripping me out..

The longer you stare the weirder it gets lol

craighead:

christinegro:

garnnetea:

this is amazing. 

#potterhead forever.

This is tripping me out..

The longer you stare the weirder it gets lol

130,136 notes

bowtiesarecool4:

my-invisible-angel:

storybook-fairytale:

cascadians:

i don’t think anyone understands that when i say i get secondhand embarrassment easily i mean at the first sign of trouble for a character in a television show i immediately pause and sit there for ten to thirty minutes thinking “oh god they fucked up”

I cringe

I have hidden my face in shame and embarrassment for them

I scream into whatever pillow is nearest for them

(Source: cascadians)

103,920 notes

slayerofevil:

Ratatouille is the most underrated Pixar movie. And it’s entirely because of this line. This monologue. Delivered by Peter O’Toole. 
I’ve never heard anything more profound in a children’s movie. Hell, even most adult movies.
If you haven’t seen it, go watch this movie.

slayerofevil:

Ratatouille is the most underrated Pixar movie. And it’s entirely because of this line. This monologue. Delivered by Peter O’Toole.

I’ve never heard anything more profound in a children’s movie. Hell, even most adult movies.

If you haven’t seen it, go watch this movie.

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missstacielou:

theboyfallsfromthesky:

emoij:

typhloslons:

ok

what an ass thats not even remotely okay

Enjoy the No Fly list, biatch.

What a fucking moron, how could you ever think an airline won’t take a terrorist threat seriously? I hope she does get put on government watch lists, making false threats is never funny or ok, ever.

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[TW: SELF HARM]

People don’t wanna be compared to the teenage girl; the teenage girl is hated, teenage girls hate themselves. If you listen to a certain kind of music, or if you express your emotions in a certain kind of way, if you self harm, you write diaries, all those kind of activities are sort of laughed at and ridiculed because they’re associated with being a teenage girl. Even just things like being cripplingly self conscious or overly concerned with our appearance, that’s considered like a teenage girl thing and therefore its ridiculous, it’s stupid, it’s not relevant or legitimate, and you know, what we needed at that age was legitimisation and respect and support but all we got was dismissal and “oh you’re such a teenage girl.”

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hades-whore:

Cityscapes Jeremy Mann

these were always my favorite

(Source: archatlas)

81,632 notes

I will love myself despite the ease with which I
lean towards the opposite
Shane Koyczan

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iamthebadwolf-girl:

wimpytav:

anxietykills-themind:

You don’t know fanciness until you’ve seen a snake with a top hat and moustache  

hELLO MY BABY, hELLO MY HONEY, hELLO MY RAGTIME GAL,


SEND ME A KISS BY WIRE, BABY MY HEARTS ON FIRE

iamthebadwolf-girl:

wimpytav:

anxietykills-themind:

You don’t know fanciness until you’ve seen a snake with a top hat and moustache  

hELLO MY BABY, hELLO MY HONEY, hELLO MY RAGTIME GAL,

SEND ME A KISS BY WIRE, BABY MY HEARTS ON FIRE

58,613 notes