Notes: 86187 / 3 weeks ago
from instant-girl (originally from a-great-strange-dream)
"You’re still going to get criticized, so you might as well do whatever the fuck you want."
Notes: 14771 / 3 weeks ago
from sitasays (originally from kickass-pics)
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from visionofmine (originally from trillow)
can’t wait till we stop assigning gender to clothing and everyone starts wearing mage robes instead to increase their magicka
Notes: 42048 / 4 weeks ago
from derlingunicorn (originally from hungarian)
you’re all invited to my funeral. bring your laptops & you’ll each read 1 of my posts out loud & realize it was good that i died
Notes: 243520 / 4 weeks ago
from thewinchesterbros (originally from nevvzealand-deactivated20130227)
one time when i was younger i had some of that no tears shampoo and i wanted to see if it was legit so when i was in the shower i squirted it into my eye and i think i went blind for like three days
i think you may be a bit retarded because no tears meant like no tears in your hair; no tangles….
Please tell me I’m not the only one who thought no tears as in crying too
MY LIFE IS A LIE
Notes: 36 / 4 weeks ago
from instant-girl (originally from mondegreenmemoirs)
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from escape-the-cake (originally from silent-web-of-wyrd)
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from instant-girl (originally from knowyourmeme)
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from instant-girl (originally from thorsteinulf)
Notes: 696 / 1 month ago
from freakshow1313 (originally from thestolencaryatid)
The u.s. government has done a really good job, through cooperation with mass media, of legitimizing an excessively militarized police force to the extent that they mobilized every nook and cranny of fbi, homeland security, swat teams with snipers, decked out in full camo in urban space, people clapping and cheering as they drove by, raiding houses. Something is totally amiss here.
Good.. glad to know people noticed.
Notes: 4 / 1 month ago
Before 9/11 and after
The world is such a scary place now. It seems like it is becoming more dangerous everyday.
I am old enough to remember what it was like before it was like this. The generation after mine is not and each generation that follows will grow up in this world and that’s sad.
Our new normal is sad, the loom of constant harm and destruction is such a tragedy, it is AS tragic as all the tragic events that cause the air of fear.
We as a people, especially Americans, can’t go backwards. We can’t go back to the sense of safety we once had, when we left our front doors unlocked all day everyday. Those days are gone. We have to move forward through these dark days and we will either come out the other side as a stronger more gentile people or we won’t.
Growing up with a poor education system in these days of darkness is a recipe for things to get worse, not better but I have to hope enough of my generation sees this time for what it is and properly raises their children (in spite of the failed system) to one day save us all from ourselves.
Notes: 3596 / 1 month ago
from chug-life (originally from togifs)