frozendailydose:

dosageofdisney:

I was not expecting that!

I don’t think anyone was expecting that!

frozendailydose:

dosageofdisney:

I was not expecting that!

I don’t think anyone was expecting that!

cultural appropriation. they love everything about us but us.
(via neapple)

I can even begin to describe the depths of my longing.

*NSFW ASKS*
1. When did you lose your virginity?
2. Rough sex or soft sex?
3. Do you enjoy using toys during sex?
4. Weirdest place you’ve had sex?
5. Favourite sex position?
6. Do you like to be dominant or submissive?
7. Have you ever had any one night stands?
8. Sex on the bed, couch or the floor?
9. Have you ever had sex in a public place?
10. Have you ever been caught masturbating?
11. What does your favourite sexy bra look like?
12. How often do you have sex?
13. Is there anybody right now you’d like to have sex with?
14. Do you prefer giving or receiving oral sex?
15. Most embarrassing thing that’s ever happened to you during sex?
16. Are you into dressing up for sex?
17. Would you prefer sex in the bath or sex in the shower?
18. Have you ever had a threesome? If not, would you?
19. Have you ever sent someone a dirty text/picture?
20. Is there anything you do after sex? (for example, smoke, eat, drink)
21. Something that will never fail to get you horny?
22. Early morning sex or late night sex?
23. Favourite body part on the opposite sex?
24. Favourite body part on the same sex?
25. Do you watch porn?
Things Sadie Did Today

-Drew a bunch of dolphins on several pieces of paper, and then gave them all to her dad.

-Drew a butt on her magnetic doodle board, and presented it to her father.

-Stole a feather from the cats.

-Put a hard boiled egg in her glass of milk.

-Called some random old lady walking by “Grandma”. The old lady gave her a dirty look.

-Took a nap with Meme’

relahvant:

GODDAMIT MR NOODLE

wishingondisney:

STILL THE FUNNIEST THING EVER 

A woman in my town is trying to get into Congress, and I signed her petition and was willing to support her, until she started blaming illegal immigrants for the heroin problem in VT, and she kept standing to close to me, like in my face, leaning closer and closer to me as I tried to back away. And when I tried to talk to her about indigenous issues, she brushed it off, and when I tried to talk to her about rape culture and victim blaming, she had no idea what I was talking about, until I simplified it, and then she started ranting about how lawyers make victims look crazy, or like whore and prostitutes, all the while invading my personal space. I wish I hadn’t signed shit. I’m not going to be e-mailing her, I’m not going to be voting for her. I’m voting for Shumlin again. I’m voting for Bernie Sanders again, not some madwoman with crooked lipstick getting in my face with her bullshit.

paracosmicmisanthropy:

preach it girl

paracosmicmisanthropy:

preach it girl

fashionsfromhistory:

Wedding Ensemble
c.1900

Wedding ensemble from the Struge region in Albania. The outfit consists of five parts: a shirt, harem-style pants, waistcoat, waist scarf and head scarf. This outfit was part of a young Muslim Albanian woman’s trousseau during the early 20th century. It was woven on a large silk weaving loom. She was betrothed to be married but her fiancé died in tragic circumstances and the wedding did not proceed. The young woman never married and the costume remained unworn until it was given by her family to Erik Lloga, a friend of the family, who migrated to Australia from Albania in 1969. The family were keen for him to ‘save’ the costume and the cultural traditions it represented, at a time when such traditions were under threat of survival in many eastern bloc states.

Museum of Victoria

Interesting back story.

fashionsfromhistory:

Wedding Ensemble

c.1900

Wedding ensemble from the Struge region in Albania. The outfit consists of five parts: a shirt, harem-style pants, waistcoat, waist scarf and head scarf. This outfit was part of a young Muslim Albanian woman’s trousseau during the early 20th century. It was woven on a large silk weaving loom. She was betrothed to be married but her fiancé died in tragic circumstances and the wedding did not proceed. The young woman never married and the costume remained unworn until it was given by her family to Erik Lloga, a friend of the family, who migrated to Australia from Albania in 1969. The family were keen for him to ‘save’ the costume and the cultural traditions it represented, at a time when such traditions were under threat of survival in many eastern bloc states.

Museum of Victoria

Interesting back story.

#350

metalocalypseheadcanons:

There’s a reason Charles doesn’t react to the things that happen around the band - he grew up with strange things. The Ofdensens are distant cousins to the Addams family.

yesss