alipynckel:

The sun was going down.

exfatalist:

trekual-innuendos:

Lets have a dystopian future movie where none of the actors are white

Not a single one

No reason

No explanation

There’s just no white people and not a single character questions it

Watch how quickly people notice and get pissed off

but wouldn’t it be better to put one white extra in the far background of a huge crowd shot for a few frames, so we could point to them every time someone gets pissed off?

“Anyone can love a rose, but it takes a lot to love a leaf. It’s ordinary to love the beautiful, but it’s beautiful to love the ordinary.”

- Unknown  (via only-seoul)

aspio:

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secondhand-wings:

arkouda88:

jezza-bella:

Me and my partner saved lions arch! :D

Wooooo!

Awesome! Can’t wait to join you guys again!

It’ll be awesome!! We gotta do the battle together!

Me and my partner saved lions arch! :D

Anonymous whispered:
I know you said you used to cut, do you regret it? Also, do you hate your scars? I just can't imagine waking up every day with a reminder of acting that kind of person and trying to kill yourself

dom-wolf:

sugar-fairie:

Im going to completely ignore the underlying condescending tone in your ask and be polite. As someone who’s cut for years and been hospitalized many times for it…no. I don’t regret cutting. Because at the time I thought it was right and I felt that’s what kept me going. Do I wish I would’ve found a better way to make myself feel better? Yes. But I don’t regret it. I love my scars. I’m not glorifying cutting, but they’re shiny and white now. Like silk. And I love that. Because they used to look red and angry and drip. Like how I was mentally. And now they’re soft and happy and light and beautiful. How I feel now. They make me different and looking back at each scar is like looking at a different battle I’ve been victorious at. I’ve beaten depression and I have the battle scars to show it.

And they’re all mine. I treasure each and every one, Julia. I can’t wait to look you in the eyes as I tenderly kiss them one at a time. Savoring every inch of you is a great honor for me. There’s not a single part of you that’s not deserving of absolute adoration.

dollyswitch:

I wish I had enough boob for good underboob

Reblog if you’re a proud member of the Steam powered giraffe fandom

bee-the-gatekeeper:

cutepoweredjellyfish:

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Of course, a proud member. Good stuff is good. That doesn’t mean I’m proud of all the other members, for those who hesitate to reblog… You’re just answering for yourself… As Willy Wonka said, “No, you won’t be held responsible…”
Anonymous whispered:
Asking the obvious question then - if you have a job, why don't you have any money? Do you not have any savings?

thedeathcats:

showyourstrap-on:

anastasiameduza:

I do not get paid until two weeks.

I do not have savings I live hardly by each month

She is like every other person out age. Living pay check to pay check. Have a job doesn’t always mean you have the money to cover all of your bills!

^^^^^^^

a haiku for the bus driver who deliberately drove past me

slimmof112:

I swear to god bruh
Let me catch you in the streets
Bruh I swear to god

ewilloughby:

cmkosemenillustrated:

An experimental, cave-art-like rendition of dinosaurs. The mid-size tyrannosaur, Gorgosaurus, has just killed an Edmontosaurus-like herbivore, two bird-like Troodonts are closing in to share the kill. There is more than enough to go around for everyone.

www.cmkosemen.com

Hauntingly beautiful paleoart scene by Memo Kosemen. I suppose this, being cave-art-like, would fit both meanings of the word “paleoart”.

the-stoner-sage:

gregxb:

"DAMNIT JESSE!", Walt sneered with a gasp. "That’s not a beaker! It’s an erlenmeyer flask! Did you not pay attention in class?!"
And poor Jesse puzzled and puzzled with all his might, but his only retort was “Fuck you Mr. White!”

YES!