Thursday, September 18, 2014

princess3hunna:

“blow minds not dicks”

lmfao

imma blow his mind with how good i blow his dick

bye

arctichunkies:

curves on women are great, but curves on final exams are really what get me going

red flags

moopflop:

  • calling the legitimate anger of oppressed people “drama” or “hate”
  • referring to allocation of human rights as simply “politics”
  • referring to basic human empathy as “political correctness”
  • the childlike refusal to admit mistakes and throwing a literal tantrum
  • "it’s just my opinion"

riddlersgammon:

that time of year is approaching

scary lawn decorations

terrifying tv programs

people in costumes going door to door

election season

Monday, September 15, 2014

despairkomaeda:

despairkomaeda:

Do you ever think how surreal it is that there is an Internet subculture of young men who wear suits, collect guns and knives, disrespect women, but then watch a children’s cartoon about little fictional ponies and really enjoy it. Like I couldn’t make that up if I tried. How are we going to explain humanity to extraterrestrials at this rate

d o you guys ahve any idea how many bronies hav e sent me hate for this post . do you

akilivumbi:

people stare at me like they never seen a walking goddess

i wish i could write a disclaimer on my transcript like “sorry my mental health made existing difficult for a while there”

wild-guy:

Courage the Cowardly Dog: Last of the Starmaker

bobafettishism:

I’m a teacher and today two new students signed up at my school - three year old twin boys. Their names are Sora and Riku.

That generation is here.

It begins.

Sunday, September 14, 2014
humansofnewyork:

A bit of context on this next series of photos: Dharamshala, India is where the exiled government of Tibet resides. Led by the Dalai Lama, nearly 100,000 Tibetan refugees live in this northern Indian city, where they seek to maintain their traditions and culture in exile. The long journey from Tibet to India includes a grueling 28 day walk through the Himalayan mountains. Many of the refugees make this trek as children, sent by their parents in hopes of studying their language and religion in freedom. In conclusion, here’s a young Tibetan monk playing with a kitten.
(Dharamshala, India)

humansofnewyork:

A bit of context on this next series of photos: Dharamshala, India is where the exiled government of Tibet resides. Led by the Dalai Lama, nearly 100,000 Tibetan refugees live in this northern Indian city, where they seek to maintain their traditions and culture in exile. The long journey from Tibet to India includes a grueling 28 day walk through the Himalayan mountains. Many of the refugees make this trek as children, sent by their parents in hopes of studying their language and religion in freedom. In conclusion, here’s a young Tibetan monk playing with a kitten.

(Dharamshala, India)