korra:

i would describe myself as a “stay-at-home dragon”

(via cookiemonsterbatman)

suctioning:

Teacher: sit down
Me: drank

(via confirmance)

gayeskimos:

If you do not know what this picture is; let me inform you. In the late 50’s when abortion was completely illegal, women would resort to using household items to have a self-given abortion. These items included  bleach, wire hangers, and cleaning products.  So, would you rather save unborn cells, like the ones that come off your feet or body, millions at a time, or save a woman who might end up curing a life-threatening disease?  Do we really wanna step 60 years back?

clockworkvaudeville:

when your parents try to explain a million things to you and youve just woken up

image

(via aniah-lator)

fakebreast:


Having none of your Lion bullshit today.

squad
musicalmrlove:

This movie got away with murder

snorlaxatives:

quiettimeeverytime:

snorlaxatives:

do british people really eat beans on toast as a meal

in america is everyone ignorant

it was just a question damn no need to get hostile go eat some beans on toast

(via oprahwinfries)

jenniferhom:

titan, digital, work in progress
yes i’m still working on this.  finalizing the lines and establishing some of the palette.  it’s taking forever ><

hyperheartz:

i wish i was thinner but i also wish that i didn’t wish I was thinner

(via that-so-raisin)

banavalope:

im home
I love how connected JK made her books.

starkidron:

fuckyeahharrypotterheadcanon:

wolfsbaneglow208:

In HBP, Snape is teaching and tells the class to turn to page 213, and read the first two paragraphs on the Cruciatus Curse. On a hunch I got up and pulled out my GoF book and turned to page 213. That is the page where Moody first tells the students about the Cruciatus Curse.

Freaky, Isnt it?

But also quite Brilliant.

They’re reading the series, in the series.

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(Source: ameilastardis, via that-so-raisin)

tenghostdads:

postllimit:

#NotAllClowns

outraged:

I wish I wasn’t so annoying like I even piss myself off

(Source: outraged, via flewor)

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