oh darling, it was good, never looking down
and right there where we stood was holy ground

taliabobalia:

dwarferinthetardis:

lillith-thesubmissive:

imaginebaggins:

Russell Brand Messiah Complex

Wisdom.

This man is far more intelligent than many people give him credit for.

comedians generally are.

Me at The Daily Show.

Totally magical. A dream come true. Jon was perfect.

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RIGHT NOW: I AM SITTING OUTSIDE THE DAILY SHOW STUDIO WAITING TO COLLECT MY TICKETS AND I AM GONNA SEE TONIGHT’S SHOW AND I AM QUITE POSSIBLY THE HAPPIEST WOMAN EVER.

senpai-aleksandr:

communistbakery:

astronomers got tired after watching the moon go around the earth for 24 hours so they decided to call it a day

image

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It’s the most maddening, beautiful, magical, horrible, painful, wonderful, joyous thing in the world, love.

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parkingstrange:

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You’re dead if you aim only for kids. Adults are only kids grown up, anyway” - Walt Disney

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#disney

kathyisweird:

youtube-or-naw:

tylerslittleshit:

ask-gallows-callibrator:

beben-eleben:

Pretty Girls Making Ugly Faces

WHAT EVEN ARE THESE GIRLS

this was extremely entertaning

This is perfect

The last girl looks like an emu. I cant.

abagond:

There should be a White History Month in America. That way we can teach all about the things White Americans have done in history, like:

  1. Cherokee Trail of Tears
  2. Japanese American internment
  3. Philippine-American War
  4. Jim Crow
  5. The genocide of Native Americans
  6. Transatlantic slave trade
  7. The Middle Passage
  8. The history of White American racism
  9. Black Codes
  10. Slave patrols
  11. Ku Klux Klan
  12. The War on Drugs
  13. Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
  14. How white racism grew out of slavery and genocide
  15. How whites still benefit from slavery and genocide
  16. White anti-racism
  17. The Southern strategy
  18. The rape of black slave women
  19. CORE
  20. Madison Grant
  21. The Indian Wars
  22. Human zoos
  23. How the Jews became white
  24. White flight
  25. Redlining
  26. Proposition 14
  27. Homestead Act
  28. Tulsa Riots
  29. Rosewood massacre
  30. Tuskegee Experiment
  31. Lynching
  32. Hollywood stereotypes
  33. Indian Appropriations Acts
  34. Immigration Act of 1924
  35. Sundown towns
  36. Chinese Exclusion Act
  37. Emmett Till
  38. Vincent Chin
  39. Islamophobia
  40. Indian boarding schools
  41. King Philip’s War
  42. Bacon’s Rebellion
  43. American slavery compared to Arab, Roman and Latin American slavery
  44. History of the gun
  45. History of the police
  46. History of prisons
  47. History of white suburbia
  48. Lincoln’s racism and anti-racism
  49. George Wallace
  50. Fox News
  51. Cointelpro
  52. Real estate steering
  53. School tracking
  54. Mass incarceration of black men
  55. Boston school busing riots

And so on. No fear of running out of topics: there is more than one a day! I am sure my commenters can come up with tons more, probably some big ones that are not coming to mind at the moment (I did not list slavery, the abolitionist movement, the civil war, Reconstruction or Lincoln since they are, in fact, covered in history class, however poorly).

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Things you learn when trawling through your past—

What I know now that I didn’t then is, I’m not a bad person. And I’m not hard to get along with. I’m not mean-spirited and I have a lot of empathy. I can roll with a lot. But what I can’t stand (and shouldn’t stand) is people walking all over me with no regard for their gross feet squishing my face.

I am a people-pleaser. I’ve had to be; my family is a dysfunctional mess sometimes, and it’s usually my job to be the perfect child. So I can take bullshit. I can forgive it, too.

But as I’ve grown up, I’ve become less sorry about cutting out toxic people from my life. People who make me feel small; people who take my time for granted; people who take their problems out on me. I will hold on as long as I can, because I want to be fair and forgiving, but not everything is my fault, and not every problem can be fixed, and frankly, not everyone is worth the energy.

People have hurt me, and it wasn’t necessarily my fault. I was afraid, before, of saying this because it felt like by putting blame elsewhere, I was taking away my own agency and my own fault in things. But actually, assigning blame to people who hurt me is a liberating thing. It means, yes, you did wrong by me, and I don’t have to beat on myself for it. It means, I am not perfect and I am always a work in progress, but this is not an instance where I need to be obsessively introspective; I can look elsewhere to times when I was indeed at fault, and reflect there (more productively) instead.

I have my demons. I’m still experiencing growing pains. I have anxieties and frustrations and problems. But I am a good person, and I am worthwhile, and I am not always the reason that bad things happen.

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#personal

gabbyneiers:

remember when narcissa malfoy saved the entire wizarding world by being like “fuck this noise i’m getting my dumbass dude and my dumbass kid the hell out”

thebeardedcuddler:

intrauterine:

"Depression is such a cruel punishment. There are no fevers, no rashes, no blood tests to send people scurrying in concern. Just the slow erosion of the self, as insidious as any cancer. And, like cancer, it is essentially a solitary experience. A room in hell with only your name on the door."

A room in hell with only your name on the door.

That shit gave me chills…

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lovetheriddlesthatyouspeak:

taylor swift slaying ur faves with her candid game 2k14

hey taylorswift if you’re ever sad just look at this and remember you > everyone else 

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