I heard you were just passing through

stumphallelujah:

ill never not reblog this


monobeartheater:

feminist-transition:

repeat after me friends: 

  • vaginas are self-cleaning
  • there is no such thing as a dirty vagina
  • unless you have an infection 
  • in which case  your vagina still isn’t dirty but you should really go see a doctor 
  • but yeah
  • vaginas aren’t “clean” or “dirty” they’re self-cleaning acidic muscular tracts 
  • so fuck off

and dicks are not

dicks get nasty clean that shit


blamecalum:

When was the first time you saw snow?

aviculor:

westbor0baptistchurch:

I Was Trying To Be Funny But It Came Out as Really Mean: A 5-part documentary starring me.

I Was Trying To Be Loving And Supportive But I Probably Overstepped My Boundaries And Came Off as Creepy: a feature-length film with two sequels and a TV series adaption.


ipse-verba-ego-amor:

heliolisk:

captainamerica-in-middle-earth:

itscarororo:

redplebeian:

kropotkink:

levon76:

Remember this.  It is important.

Also remember he doesn’t have an issue with putting weapons of war on the streets of other countries.

While we were sleeping, the police state came to America and made itself comfortable

Hi. Excuse me. 

While I’m sure this has already been corrected in other posts, I’d like to say a few words.

These pictures are from when the Boston Marathon bomber was in a Watertown neighborhood.  Specifically, mine.  I took pictures identical to it out my bedroom window while this was happening.  SWAT was there protecting us because there was a literal mass-murdered hiding in our neighborhood, equipped with bombs and other weapons.  It was the most terrifying 24 hours of my life so far and while I don’t like to relive it, I did feel safer knowing the police and SWAT was doing everything they could to protect my neighbors, my friends and I.  

The officers I spoke to were polite and unobtrusive.  They even got groceries for some families who had small children while we were in lockdown.  They were organized and professional.  I am extremely grateful for their service.

These are NOT pictures of a police state. 

Please do a little research before making a post like this.

SHOT DOWN

Research is important

Groceries are important, too.



tomhazeldine:

What Keeps You Up At Night? Regretting. I want to look back and think I had a good crack at it. I’m not looking forward to the machine breaking down. Hopefully,’old’ will be nice, with grandchildren—what I’ve always wanted.



The Originals Comic Con Panel 2014

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