alexheree:

john green this is all ur fault stop blaming the stars

(via nottheamericanbri)

kissnecks:

knitmeapony:

My next million dollar idea: reluctant exercise videos with people who aren’t perky.

"Just five more… I know, I kind of want to die right now too, but let’s just power through it."

"Okay, new yoga pose.  It’s going to ache like a bastard until your hamstrings release, I’m not gonna lie."

"Stretch a little deeper… it’s okay to yell ‘fuck’ at this point, I won’t tell anyone."

yes

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doctorsilencewillfall:

twentyonee-pilots:

do me a favour. if a person wearing a long sleeved shirt or a sweatshirt and jeans on a hot day, don’t comment on it. don’t ask why they’re wearing it. don’t say anything at about it.

trust me, they know it’s hot, they know. but their reason for wearing what they’re wearing probably far outweighs the temperature outside.

this is so god damn important

(via a-group-of-children)

plantvibes:

cute date idea: let me sleep in your bed for hours on end because I’m tired of being a person

(via thelittlebane)

piddlefiggy:

lesbipoet13:

adeathwaltz:

Does anybody else get really excited when they see another gay person in a normal place? Like I was in the grocery store today and saw this cute lesbian and I’m just like running back and forth with my cart in front of the produce like HEY LOOK AT ME I’M GAY TOO LOOK AT US BEING QUEER IN THE SUPERMARKET LETS BE FRIENDS. 

Gay people literally act like dogs when they see other dogs.

reblogging again

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baiolicious:

i’m such an asshole but i’m also a very kind-hearted person who likes making ppl happy and if i love u i will love u with all my heart and all my soul but then i’m also such an asshole

(via thelittlebane)

capsicleonyourleft:

tony wakes up several times throughout the night, his mind a constant whirl of creation and design. he tosses his blanket aside and sits up, itching to sneak down to the lab and put his hands to use. he freezes when he catches sight of steve sleeping next to him, all of…

yolownly:

homeostasis-central:

richwhitelesbian:

we need some new and more powerful swears

image

the elder swear

(via megavolliknight)

“I speak to everyone in the same way, whether he is the garbage man or the president of the university.”
Albert Einstein  (via stellablu)

(via megavolliknight)

  • americans: can we have lower interest rates on student loans? maybe fix how health care is handled? gun control? equal marriage rights?
  • congress:
  • congress:
  • congress:
  • congress: I came out tonight to have a fun time and I honestly am feeling so attacked right now

katiaobinger:

the true american experience is wondering if you just heard firecrackers or gunshots

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scuttlebuggy:

trashchocolate:

55595472:

eighttwotwopointthreethree:

the-half-boy:

I LIKE IT

I WOULD BUY LIKE A THOUSAND TICKETS FOR THIS

The funniest thing about this is only one of the actors gets drunk and its a different person each night so it isn’t just everyone struggling its everyone else doing their shit and one person fucking it all up it’s BRILLIANT.

HOW DO I AUDITION 

dream job

(via antiangel)

california-bluebonnet:

remember tumblr:

it’s pretty important to find your drift partner, don’t get me wrong. but it’s also really really important to find your control room team— y’know, that group of people that you love and trust and despite (or because of) not being able to actually read your mind, still watch your back all the time and aren’t afraid to override the controls and manually shut your shit down to save your fucking lives.

remember those people too.

(via antiangel)

fondueyourself:

ishuramjohnlocked:

Yes, I know, you’ve seen this before, BUT I need to point something out here.  
When studying psychology in college we were told to study photographs of our families. It seems that when people are getting their photos taken, they will tend to tilt their heads towards people they care for more. So if you see people in photos that are married, you should see tilted heads towards each other.  This is a subconscious reaction.  Photographers will also use the head tilt in order to create pleasing lines in image.  
So look at these two pictures.  Look at the first one.  Then feel the connection between the two people.  Then look at the second image and feel the connection between the two people.  
The first one is stiff, posed.  The second one is relaxed and flowing.

Looking at John only because he’s the commonality between the pictures. In the first one he’s firmly thinking “I’m happy with this woman.” almost like an affirmation. The second isn’t a conscious thought, he’s just naturally content and is nearly exuding love. Platonic or otherwise, he obviously has a much stronger and more natural connection with Sherlock.
fondueyourself:

ishuramjohnlocked:

Yes, I know, you’ve seen this before, BUT I need to point something out here.  
When studying psychology in college we were told to study photographs of our families. It seems that when people are getting their photos taken, they will tend to tilt their heads towards people they care for more. So if you see people in photos that are married, you should see tilted heads towards each other.  This is a subconscious reaction.  Photographers will also use the head tilt in order to create pleasing lines in image.  
So look at these two pictures.  Look at the first one.  Then feel the connection between the two people.  Then look at the second image and feel the connection between the two people.  
The first one is stiff, posed.  The second one is relaxed and flowing.

Looking at John only because he’s the commonality between the pictures. In the first one he’s firmly thinking “I’m happy with this woman.” almost like an affirmation. The second isn’t a conscious thought, he’s just naturally content and is nearly exuding love. Platonic or otherwise, he obviously has a much stronger and more natural connection with Sherlock.

fondueyourself:

ishuramjohnlocked:

Yes, I know, you’ve seen this before, BUT I need to point something out here.  

When studying psychology in college we were told to study photographs of our families. It seems that when people are getting their photos taken, they will tend to tilt their heads towards people they care for more. So if you see people in photos that are married, you should see tilted heads towards each other.  This is a subconscious reaction.  Photographers will also use the head tilt in order to create pleasing lines in image.  

So look at these two pictures.  Look at the first one.  Then feel the connection between the two people.  Then look at the second image and feel the connection between the two people.  

The first one is stiff, posed.  The second one is relaxed and flowing.

Looking at John only because he’s the commonality between the pictures. In the first one he’s firmly thinking “I’m happy with this woman.” almost like an affirmation. The second isn’t a conscious thought, he’s just naturally content and is nearly exuding love. Platonic or otherwise, he obviously has a much stronger and more natural connection with Sherlock.

(via antiangel)

midesko:

Sometimes I see kids and don’t want them but then I see stuff like this
midesko:

Sometimes I see kids and don’t want them but then I see stuff like this
midesko:

Sometimes I see kids and don’t want them but then I see stuff like this
midesko:

Sometimes I see kids and don’t want them but then I see stuff like this
midesko:

Sometimes I see kids and don’t want them but then I see stuff like this
midesko:

Sometimes I see kids and don’t want them but then I see stuff like this

midesko:

Sometimes I see kids and don’t want them but then I see stuff like this

(via antiangel)