Awoobalooboo!
banavalope:

im home

banavalope:

im home

(Source: isabellaharley)

dominateeye:

berrystumpytail:

glassbottledemon:

infinityrant:

glassbottledemon:

glassbottledemon:

I JUST CUT MY HAND ON MY OWN BRA WTF

AND I GOT A PAPERCUT FROM THE BANDAID PACKAGING?!?!

Next Time: glassbottledemon breaks their knee on a pillow and gets pneumonia from a soothing cup of tea

The worst part is that actually once I broke my arm by tripping on a pillow and another time I got pneumonia from sharing a water bottle with someone who had it. ;U;

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IM CHOKING ON MY OWN LAUGHTER

sixpenceee:

Another way to present the 9 types of intelligence as exemplified by my How Do We Measure Intelligence post.

The basic idea is that different people are good at different things. These 9 probably don’t cover the wide range of smarts we all possess, but it’s a start.

As Albert Einstein said, ”Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.”

magestea:

text-mode:

Los Prismos Basálticos, Mexico. Nature goes blocky.

source

THIS IS ONE OF MY FAVORITE TYPES OF ROCK FORMATIONS!

petrspans:

Has Someone Died In Your Home?
Ever wondered if anyone has ever died in your house? Heard rumors about that house down the street, or that creepy boarded up place somewhere in town? Maybe you or someone you know is going to move soon and you’re wondering if there’s a possibility of something paranormal could occur. Well, worry no more because this website called diedinhouse.com™ searches millions of records to determine whether if a death has occurred at a certain location. 
It was founded in 2013 by Roy Condrey who one day received a text from one of the tenants who rented out in the property that spoke about his house being haunted. He spent a night searching through the Internet to search for lists of people in the area, databases, and so on. Few states require sellers to tell you whether or not someone has died in your home. So Roy got the idea of making this website to give people this information.
It’s not free, if you’re wondering. But if you’re curios enough to spend fifteen dollars on finding out if someone has died in a particular location, I’m not gonna stop you. 

petrspans:

Has Someone Died In Your Home?

Ever wondered if anyone has ever died in your house? Heard rumors about that house down the street, or that creepy boarded up place somewhere in town? Maybe you or someone you know is going to move soon and you’re wondering if there’s a possibility of something paranormal could occur. Well, worry no more because this website called diedinhouse.com searches millions of records to determine whether if a death has occurred at a certain location.

It was founded in 2013 by Roy Condrey who one day received a text from one of the tenants who rented out in the property that spoke about his house being haunted. He spent a night searching through the Internet to search for lists of people in the area, databases, and so on. Few states require sellers to tell you whether or not someone has died in your home. So Roy got the idea of making this website to give people this information.

It’s not free, if you’re wondering. But if you’re curios enough to spend fifteen dollars on finding out if someone has died in a particular location, I’m not gonna stop you. 

fit-state-of-mind:

tillyouandiseethesun:

this isn’t even a problem

This is how I envision hogwarts homework being done

(Source: huffingtonpost)

seraphica:

Kim Kelley-Wagner has two daughters who were adopted from China. In everyday life, they have been subjected to horrid statements from people - to their faces, to their mother as they stood by her, etc. In this photo collection, shared on her blog, Kim and her daughters (Lily and Meika) put these ignorant cruelties front and center. [x]

"I have tried to explain to my daughters that people do not say these things to be mean, they say them out of ignorance, which is why I am sharing some of them. Words are powerful, they can become tools or weapons, choose to use them wisely."

arglblarglwargl:

essaymarking:

27teacups:

arkhams:

cisphobias:

if you identify as cis but haven’t actually taken time to sit down and examine and analyze your gender identity, it’s probably time to do that otherwise you’ve just given in to society forcing a significant part of your identity upon you.

if someones comfortable with their gender identity to the point that its not even on their mind then theres no need for them to analyse it

as someone who basically identifies as cis i think it’s very much important to examine your gender identity. it might lead to small things: e.g. after i did that i stopped shaving because i realized that i wasn’t doing it for myself. further, i’ve stopped seeing my own face as a gendered thing and this makes it easier for me to be respectful of the identities of others, and easier to be happy with the meatsack i live in. i think that it’s very important for cis people to consider what aspects of gendered existence we hold sacred. peeing in a segregated space? if so, why? i mean this is exactly the kind of question trans communities have been trying to get us to deal with forever and i think that answering it on a cultural level will come with exactly the type of introspection that OP is asking for. 

some of the best advice i’ve got in college so far is “make strange what is comfortable” and hey, after you take it apart, you can put it right back together again if that’s what makes you happy but it’s still important to evaluate why you perform your gender the way you do and what rituals are essential to that? why are they essential? are they worth perpetuating? the answer might not always be yes EVEN for people comfortable with the label of their gender assigned at birth

also sometimes you find out that you weren’t actually comfortable with your gender in the first place, but rather socialized to not recognize/acknowledge your own discomfort, and that can be a really valuable thing to realize no matter what you choose to do with the knowledge

Yep, true facts. I’ve been comfortable with my gender for a long time, but I’m suddenly finding myself feeling weird about considering myself female and having folks using gendered pronouns for me, and I have no idea why. Maybe it’s just that my understanding of gender has changed significantly in the last few years, so I acknowledge that binary assumptions about gender (vs a spectrum) are often inaccurate, but whatever it is it’s totally worth thinking about.

(Source: rocktobers)

mind-the-neurogasm:

gwladus:

autoluminescence:

thefriendlessfeminist:

PSA to the Michigan GOP.

#what if i named my vag ‘the dark lord’ #that would truly open up a whole new world of pickup lines #’the dark lord will see you now’ #’wanna be a death eater?’ 

both the post and the tags are A+

We should spread a mass movement where women will always refer to her vagina as “Voldemort” and treat it like it’s nbd.
At the doctor: “I think I there’s something wrong with my Voldemort.”
About to have sex: “Oh honey, I don’t think Voldemort’s gonna like that.”
Or have it in code:
I’m on my period: “Potter shoved a basilisk fang in my diary.”

mind-the-neurogasm:

gwladus:

autoluminescence:

thefriendlessfeminist:

PSA to the Michigan GOP.

#what if i named my vag ‘the dark lord’ #that would truly open up a whole new world of pickup lines #’the dark lord will see you now’ #’wanna be a death eater?’

both the post and the tags are A+

We should spread a mass movement where women will always refer to her vagina as “Voldemort” and treat it like it’s nbd.

At the doctor: “I think I there’s something wrong with my Voldemort.”

About to have sex: “Oh honey, I don’t think Voldemort’s gonna like that.”

Or have it in code:

I’m on my period: “Potter shoved a basilisk fang in my diary.”

(Source: daenerystarscaryen)

magestea:

squarerootofpreston:

m-cmlxxv:

yesterdaysvintagenightmares:

I expect nothing less.

THE SNITCH ONE OH MY GOD

I will say no if you don’t propose with the snitch or the har

OH MY GOD! Unique ring boxes! \o/

myskinnylife:

Tumblr has taught me more about feminism, womens rights, rape culture, slut shaming, mental illness etc, more than school ever had. So don’t you dare tell me this website is a complete and utter waste of time

magestea:

skankydepphead:

historiajpg:

so i was looking up news about Pirates 5 and

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Johnny Depp is the only cast member listed

johnny depp is every role

just johnny depp

for everyone

just

johnny

only 

johnny 

e t e r n a l  j o h n n y

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Edit: (forgot the gif response)

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sushinfood:

castielsteenwolf:

pr1nceshawn:

The evolution of Halloween costumes for girls…

this is really important

this is really pissing me off.