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madman-in-a-blue-box-at-221b:

angle-of-depression:

nothingcorporate:

opinions on abortions are kinda like nipples

everyone has them but women’s are a little bit more relevant 

But all you ever see are men’s

whoop there it is

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hotsenator:

Shout out to all of the oldest children…who were used as the tester kids and now watch their younger siblings get away with shit you would have been killed for.. Justice will never be restored

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" Now, become the person you needed when you were younger. "

- “10 word story" series - #69 (via unpoeticheartbreak)

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knucklesnilan:

Alex reminding Gally again that is is indeed American.. x

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everybodyhasabrain:

"I used to have some really bad days, and I kept them in a little box, and one day I threw them out into the yard. Oh it was just a couple little innocent bad days… Well we had a big rain…. I don’t know what it was growing in, but I think we used to put eggshells out there, and coffee grounds too. Don’t plant your bad days; they grow into weeks. The weeks grow into months, before you know it, you’ve got yourself a bad year." -Tom Waits

A while back, I had hit my personal lowest-low, and the bad experiences seemed to keep piling on — The poison ivy of my mind was growing higher and thicker. Mentally, I was trapped in a vortex of bad thoughts, and physically I was trapped in my bedroom (well, not literally…).

When things were beginning to slowly come back together for me, I got some really great advice from a peer-support facilitator that expedited my recovery. She told me that you can’t control what happens to you, but you can control how you think about it, and how you deal with the situation. By extension, she argued, you have control about how you feel.

This piece of advice turned my world upside-down (or perhaps, right-side-up). It wasn’t the first time I had heard this, in fact, I remember my dad giving me similar advice when I was a kid. Maybe it was the fact that I was so lost, that I was willing to try anything. Maybe it was that I needed to hear that advice a thousand-and-one times before it made sense… For whatever reason, when the facilitator told me this, it finally ‘clicked’, and I was determined to change my life. (Cue inspirational music.)

About a year ago, I decided that I was no longer going to have bad days; I wasn’t going to have regrets, or dwell on negative thoughts. At first it was incredibly difficult; it’s hard to give up trying to manage things you’ve spent your life trying to control. And honestly, it’s kind of scary… It’s a habitual exercise, that I still have to remind myself of sometimes, but with time, and experience, it becomes easier and easier… When I dedicated myself to this idea, I had begun to plant my good days, those days grew into weeks, which grew into months, and before I knew it, I had myself a good year. 

Be careful what you plant.

- Andrew

mganwahs:

purrrsuit-of-happinesss:

This girl is her high school football teams quarterback. The cheerleader is her girlfriend

I love every second of this

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elliottwith2ts:

chiltonomics:

federyk-is-a-rising-demon:

thefaultinourdaleks:

federyk-is-a-rising-demon:

sheeptopus:

sad-wayward-fallen-angel:

mishasminions:

IT’S NOT NATURAL

you could say it’s un-natural

YOU HAD ONE JOB

it’s paranormal 

Definitely not-natural

almost-natural

Pseudo-Natural

Super weird, that’s for sure.

peppertyler:

- We’ve got to get in.

Look at Tom’s face when he walks by

the hell did I do wrong.

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How I want Supernatural to end: Sam finds a girlfriend, they get married, have kids and move away and Sammy is happy whilst Dean and fallen!Cas live together in a nice house only a couple miles from the bunker and Cas wears nice blue sweaters, they'll sit on the porch together and drink lemonade and every now and again Dean will go with Cas to hunt a Wendigo or something, Cas will pull out the suit and trench coat when they pretend to be FBI agents and they'll come home and Sam will come over for dinner with the wife and kids and they'll have a nice dinner and live happily ever after.
How it'll probably end: death.

jonthanquick:

jeff asks the real questions about the world cup

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