bootyexpress:

THE LAST ONE

Reblog if you were ever bullied.

troylerloving:

wearehighonwifi:

caitlincst:

kingforhermione:

rox1108:

007-reporting:

angelsontheearth:

17851

That’s disgusting.

Well done society.

Well done.

20,299.

148,628

170,488

I swear if this gets any more notes then I fear for the next generation.

389,556

Dear God

452,657

453,240..

The poison. The poison for Joffrey, the poison specifically chosen to kill Joffrey, Joffrey’s poison. That poison.
Olenna Tyrell at some point, probably. (via gipsystrangerdanger)
You came to the wrong neighborhood, motherfucker.

You came to the wrong neighborhood, motherfucker.

postapocalypsepunk:

When I was little, I watched true crime shows with my mom a lot (still do). I remember one of the first ones I saw, they were talking about someone who was a serial killer and my mental picture was of a dead person in a bath full of milk and Cheerios. Sometimes I still think about that.

mawtleycrew

faerieincombatboots:

I remember being a young girl, and seeing women on TV complain about being fat, and how they had to diet. And I thought this was perfectly normal, that this is what girls were supposed to do. So here I was, very young, four or five, looking at my body and saying I was fat. Which I was not. Not then.

But it strikes me as interesting, that we teach girls so early that hating your body, and dieting and being down on yourself is normal.

I want to add, that I didn’t really think I was fat, I just thought I was supposed to say that about myself. It wasn’t until I started going to public school, and then when I hit puberty that I started to have issues with my appearance.

I am constantly torn between wanting to improve myself and wanting to destroy myself.
(via iamnotthesociopath)

I remember being a young girl, and seeing women on TV complain about being fat, and how they had to diet. And I thought this was perfectly normal, that this is what girls were supposed to do. So here I was, very young, four or five, looking at my body and saying I was fat. Which I was not. Not then.

But it strikes me as interesting, that we teach girls so early that hating your body, and dieting and being down on yourself is normal.

Over the years we’ve had a variety of odd pairs

nothenks:

little-cyes-2:

We have a frog and a pig

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a rabbit and a promiscuously drawn woman

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a donkey and a dragon

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a shape shifting dog and a rainbow unicorn

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these two

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and a warthog with a meerkat who raise a lion cub

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But no one will ever accept the Bee Movie

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I thought this was gonna be about gay couples but gee was I mistaken

I will NEVER accept Bee Movie.

It’s unnatural.

sixpenceee:

UNEXPLAINED PICTURES: THE EXTRA THUMB
A group of four kids posing for a picture, however, there appears to be a mysterious thumb next to the kid in black on the right, that does not seem to align with anyone’s body. The OP of this photo says he has no idea where the thumb could have come from.

I’m not concerned about the thumb, but rather the kid in the slipknot shirt staring fixedly at his hand.

sixpenceee:

UNEXPLAINED PICTURES: THE EXTRA THUMB

A group of four kids posing for a picture, however, there appears to be a mysterious thumb next to the kid in black on the right, that does not seem to align with anyone’s body. The OP of this photo says he has no idea where the thumb could have come from.

I’m not concerned about the thumb, but rather the kid in the slipknot shirt staring fixedly at his hand.

professorfalconer:

thesylverlining:

elkian:

teen-heat:

why do advertisers sexualize female m&ms

why do advertisers assign gender to m&ms

why do advertisers humanize food products

why is there a bear family who considers the highlight of their day to be wiping their asses

why can no one believe it’s not butter