(Source: aareps, via thepsychedelicbohemian)

sniffing:

I know drugs are bad and that they ruin families but so does monopoly and that’s still legal

(via orgasm)

pagetopremiere:

The first clip from The Fault in Our Stars is here, featuring the beloved “metaphor” scene!

"You just ruined the whole thing." "The whole thing? Aw, man!"

CLICK HERE TO WATCH: http://bit.ly/1eDqw7z

(via raging-bibliophile)

(Source: toxicvengeance, via queer-boat)

"Life’s too short to drink crappy coffee and cry over boys who don’t care."

Matty Healy (the 1975)

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iwasaninnocentchild:

rule number 1: You never ever tell someone to kill themselves

rule number 2: You never tell someone that they are fat

rule number 3: You never tell someone that they are thin

rule number 4: You never judge someone and point their flaws

rule number 5: If you don’t have anything nice to say just shut the hell up

(Source: life-can-be-hard-but-stay-strong, via aimforthefuckinghead)

darthmoonmoon:

mandocommand0:

assbutt-in-the-garrison:

nosleeptilbushwick:

now that’s a tinyhouse i could live in.

this is literally all I want and need in life. this is the best.

Want so bad

I’d so be ok with this.

(Source: tinyhousebuild.com, via dink-182)

stoppatriarchy:

Abortion rights are in a state of emergency.  When abortion is illegal, women die, and many more are forced into motherhood.  Forced motherhood is female enslavement.  Women are not incubators!  Join the resistance: www.StopPatriarchy.org

(via queer-boat)

weiner-shitzel:

genies:

*skips school to catch up on tv shows*

ive literally done this last week to catch up on Shameless(UK)

mynameisnipple:

can i log out of life

(via orgasm)

jewliankushablancas:

smallworldofbigal:

daemonophile:

radiolarian-ooze:

daemonophile:

jasmine-blu:

blondebarbells:

politicsprepandpearls:

Feminist-a person who supports feminism.

Feminism-the advocacy of women’s rights on the grounds of political, social, and economic equality to men.

Can I tell this to every woman I’ve ever met who says that she isn’t a feminist, but supports equality?

Ladies, don’t be afraid to call yourself a feminist. If someone judges you off of that alone, they are a person of poor character.

YES

Some things sound great in theory but in practice are riddled with problems. Feminism is one of those things and ignoring this fact to avoid the uncomfortable truth in the girl’s concerns about your movement is intellectually dishonest.

"I’m not a Christian."
"Okay, but do you believe in treating other people as you would like to be treated?"
"Of course."
"Then you’re a Christian."

It’s a really bizarre and overbearing practice to go around telling people who do not want to be a part of your ideological group that, no, actually they actually are a part of your ideological group, certainly you know better than they do, it’s a good thing you were here to tell this poor lost ignorant soul what labels she has to use. 

Perfect commentary.

It’s funny because any other time you tell someone to look up the definition of something they scream at you because “dictionaries are made by cishet white men!!!1111”

^^that is what I’ve been saying since day one!!

(via aimforthefuckinghead)

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awesomemodifications:

someone asked earlier what tattoo artists practice on before human skin.

here is a tattooed banana, one of the options.

-kat

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alwaysmissyoutonight:

holy-water-and-bowties:

lovethedevil-hatetheangel:

sixpenceee:

The woman known only as “M” has had a rough life. After her marriage fell apart, she lost her kids, became a junkie, contracted HIV, and developed a terrible case of shingles. 

But nothing compared to the “itch.” Two years after kicking her heroin habit and getting a handle on her disease, the right side of her head started inexplicably itching like crazy.

The doctors were baffled. She had no parasites, rashes, or red marks. No creams helped, and M couldn’t stop scratching. The itchiness was constant and especially unbearable at night.

She sometimes scratched so hard that she woke up to find her pillow caked with blood. She tried wearing caps to bed, but nothing could stop her from scratching her head.

One night, M woke up to find green liquid dripping down her face. Alarmed, she visited her doctor, and after a quick glance, her physician called for an ambulance.

She was told she needed surgery immediately. It turned out that, during the night, M had scratched straight through her skull, digging down to the brain.

 It seems impossible for fingernails to claw through bone on their own, but because of an infection called osteomyelitis, M’s skull was soft enough that she was able to dig a hole in her head.

Doctors put a foam helmet on her head, tied her hands to the bed at night, and kept her locked up in a medical ward for two years.

Surgeon Atul Gawande believes M’s brain is very confused. Her shingles had destroyed 96 percent of M’s nerve fibers in the right side of her scalp.

Since most of the nerve fibers are gone from the front of M’s head, the brain isn’t sure what’s really going on in that region, and for some reason, it’s decided she must be itchy.

Sadly, M has never been cured of her hellish itch. Today, she’s wheelchair-bound because the left side of her body is partially paralyzed. The itch is still there, and while she has overcome her nighttime compulsion to scrape her scalp, she keeps her nails very short, just in case.

SOURCE

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This is kind of sorta like what happened to that lady on Supernatural…

thank god i wasn’t the only one thinking that

will the supernatural fandom ever find a sixpenceee post that doesn’t connect back to the show? stay tuned for next time

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