neverfeltsofrail:

Two stars of the movie Heathers died at an early age: Jeremy Applegate (Peter Dawson, whose character prays he will never commit suicide) committed suicide with a shotgun on March 23, 2000, and Kim Walker (Heather Chandler, who had the line “Did you have a brain tumor for breakfast?”) died of a brain tumor on March 6, 2001.

This movie is cursed.

(Source: donniedarkos, via sabaims)

kayascodeliaro:

“What am I talking about? Come on, Eff. I know you; you know me. We dated. We’ve fucked in every sense of the word. We are Cook and Effy. The fucking world knows us.”
Skins uk (2007-2013)
humansofnewyork:

"I was carrying a steel pipe at work, and it brushed up against an electrical wire. When I woke up, I saw that everything was gone, and I just started crying. It’s like I’m a kid again. They clean me, they put me to bed, they wipe my butt, and they even hold my birdie when I pee. I’ve been begging for money in this same spot for 20 years. All that I can do is try to get my bread every day until God decides to take me home."
(Mexico City, Mexico)

i tied you to the sky
so in that case i will never
lose sight of you.

(Source: mostlyfiction, via xstayclassy)

lookatthissexything:

so my mom left me and my sister home alone for the month so

we

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turned

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our

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entire

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living room

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into

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a

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fort

(Source: thisshitisriddikulus, via turtles-go-quack)

wavesinjuly:

suckmyphallus:

getterbeam:

imagine if you named your kid dad. just dad.

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Actually that’s just his nickname. His real name is [trucks honking], but everyone just calls him dad.

(via trust)

theblogchoseme:

If I text you back fast its not because Im thirsty its because my phone was in my hand at the time. The waiting to text people back on purpose shit is childish

(via automatically)

Game of Thrones @ Comic Con 2014

(Source: nymheria, via rubyredwisp)

huffingtonpost:

This Man With Severe Cerebral Palsy Created Mind-Blowing Art Using Just A Typewriter

Last year, 22-time Emmy award-winning reporter John Stofflet posted this news video he created for KING-TV in 2004, featuring Paul Smith and his artistic talents.

See the full video to see more of Smith’s artworks and to learn more about his inspiring story go here. 

(via lsdzeppelin)

baedirin:

The ability to spell does not reflect IQ. I had a teacher in highschool who ranked in the genius level for IQ and absolutely could not spell for the life of him. It has been proven that spelling ability has absolutely nothing to do with intelligence. Regardless, this is a shitty post, even if it did. 

(Source: silverletomi, via the-brilliant-loser)