Q

Anonymous asked:

Give him da booty

A

Ohhh how I wish that were possible ;P


OITNB Season 2 + Episode Titles 

OITNB Season 2 + Episode Titles 

OITNB Season 2 + Episode Titles 

OITNB Season 2 + Episode Titles 

OITNB Season 2 + Episode Titles 

OITNB Season 2 + Episode Titles 

OITNB Season 2 + Episode Titles 

OITNB Season 2 + Episode Titles 

OITNB Season 2 + Episode Titles 

OITNB Season 2 + Episode Titles 
OITNB Season 2 + Episode Titles 

(via enoshima-junko)

diaryofakanemem:

Send me a number and I’ll tell you my unpopular opinion. 

1. A selection of television programs you do not care for.
2.
A selection of musical artists you do not care for.
3.
A selection of celebrities you couldn’t care less about.
4.
A hobby you “don’t get”.
5.
A habit you find disgusting.
6.
Something in school you really liked doing that everyone else bitched over.
7. Your favorite household chore.
8.
Popular video games that make you go “meh”.
9.
PC or MAC?
10.
A sport you don’t like, for whatever reason.
11.
A sport you really like, for whatever reason.
12.
Television programs you love but have gotten shit for liking.
13.
Musical artists you love but have gotten shit for liking.
14.
A hobby you have/find interesting that other people bother you over/make fun of.
15.
A habit you have that other people bug you over.
16.
Something in school you hating doing and it felt like everyone else loved.
17.
The household chore that makes you want to shoot your own face off.
18.
A selection of video games that you enjoy that perhaps you really shouldn’t.
19.
A celebrity crush that maybe even you don’t understand.
20.
Free rant on whatever grinds your gears at the moment.

(via enoshima-junko)

TUMBLR FRIENDS

I need help. My boyfriend’s birthday is coming up soon and I am having trouble figuring out what to get him. I’ve asked him several times but he doesn’t know what he wants either -.- I could get him something videogame/fandom related but I want something a bit more meaningful, especially since we are going to be doing long distance for a while. I want something special. Ideas?


ELIE SAAB Paris Fashion Week 2014 - Part 1

ELIE SAAB Paris Fashion Week 2014 - Part 1

ELIE SAAB Paris Fashion Week 2014 - Part 1

ELIE SAAB Paris Fashion Week 2014 - Part 1

ELIE SAAB Paris Fashion Week 2014 - Part 1

ELIE SAAB Paris Fashion Week 2014 - Part 1

ELIE SAAB Paris Fashion Week 2014 - Part 1

ELIE SAAB Paris Fashion Week 2014 - Part 1

ELIE SAAB Paris Fashion Week 2014 - Part 1

(via temporalreplicsimile)

nonsensicallyrics:

ghost-people-sketches:

thegreenwolf:

mori-no-ookami:

beben-eleben:

Enchanting Forests In The World

This just goes to show that everywhere is beautiful except the United States and I don’t belong here

Are you KIDDING me?
Alabama:

Alaska:

Arizona:

Arkansas:

And that’s just the A’s! That’s not including gems from North Dakota:

Florida:

Kansas:

Oregon:

Pennsylvania:

And even New Jersey:

And that’s just ONE picture of ONE place in each of ten out of fifty states. Don’t tell me those aren’t just as beautiful even if the photography used in some of them might not be as detailed or professional.
You really want to appreciate what we have here? Watch Ken Burns’ The National Parks: America’s Best Idea—it’s streaming on netflix right now.. Not only will you get to see just how much wilderness we’ve protected, but you’ll discover that the US was the country that came up with the national park system in the first place, preserving wilderness areas for the people and for their own preservation. I’m not much of a “‘murica! RAH RAH!” kind of person, but I damned well WILL defend our wilderness places and the fact that we have as many as we do. 
Now get out there and explore some of them before you go whinging about how we don’t have any beautiful places.

As an American immigrant, one of the first stereotypes about this country that got shattered was the one that America is mostly cities. It’s not—there are acres and acres of untouched and protected wilderness and nature preserves, and they’re fucking beautiful.
Hell, even here where I live in Silicon Valley, an hour’s drive away from San Francisco is a waterfall that runs into the sea:

It’s located in Point Reyes, a 70,000-acre protected park:


Just looking through the notes on this, happy that there was now a version with my tackily tacked on mangrove swamp going around (not the mangrove swamp being tacky, just me being all indignant and having to add it, save the mangroves!)  - and here, more beautiful forests/places. America is a really really beautiful place (but Florida especially nyaah)
nonsensicallyrics:

ghost-people-sketches:

thegreenwolf:

mori-no-ookami:

beben-eleben:

Enchanting Forests In The World

This just goes to show that everywhere is beautiful except the United States and I don’t belong here

Are you KIDDING me?
Alabama:

Alaska:

Arizona:

Arkansas:

And that’s just the A’s! That’s not including gems from North Dakota:

Florida:

Kansas:

Oregon:

Pennsylvania:

And even New Jersey:

And that’s just ONE picture of ONE place in each of ten out of fifty states. Don’t tell me those aren’t just as beautiful even if the photography used in some of them might not be as detailed or professional.
You really want to appreciate what we have here? Watch Ken Burns’ The National Parks: America’s Best Idea—it’s streaming on netflix right now.. Not only will you get to see just how much wilderness we’ve protected, but you’ll discover that the US was the country that came up with the national park system in the first place, preserving wilderness areas for the people and for their own preservation. I’m not much of a “‘murica! RAH RAH!” kind of person, but I damned well WILL defend our wilderness places and the fact that we have as many as we do. 
Now get out there and explore some of them before you go whinging about how we don’t have any beautiful places.

As an American immigrant, one of the first stereotypes about this country that got shattered was the one that America is mostly cities. It’s not—there are acres and acres of untouched and protected wilderness and nature preserves, and they’re fucking beautiful.
Hell, even here where I live in Silicon Valley, an hour’s drive away from San Francisco is a waterfall that runs into the sea:

It’s located in Point Reyes, a 70,000-acre protected park:


Just looking through the notes on this, happy that there was now a version with my tackily tacked on mangrove swamp going around (not the mangrove swamp being tacky, just me being all indignant and having to add it, save the mangroves!)  - and here, more beautiful forests/places. America is a really really beautiful place (but Florida especially nyaah)
nonsensicallyrics:

ghost-people-sketches:

thegreenwolf:

mori-no-ookami:

beben-eleben:

Enchanting Forests In The World

This just goes to show that everywhere is beautiful except the United States and I don’t belong here

Are you KIDDING me?
Alabama:

Alaska:

Arizona:

Arkansas:

And that’s just the A’s! That’s not including gems from North Dakota:

Florida:

Kansas:

Oregon:

Pennsylvania:

And even New Jersey:

And that’s just ONE picture of ONE place in each of ten out of fifty states. Don’t tell me those aren’t just as beautiful even if the photography used in some of them might not be as detailed or professional.
You really want to appreciate what we have here? Watch Ken Burns’ The National Parks: America’s Best Idea—it’s streaming on netflix right now.. Not only will you get to see just how much wilderness we’ve protected, but you’ll discover that the US was the country that came up with the national park system in the first place, preserving wilderness areas for the people and for their own preservation. I’m not much of a “‘murica! RAH RAH!” kind of person, but I damned well WILL defend our wilderness places and the fact that we have as many as we do. 
Now get out there and explore some of them before you go whinging about how we don’t have any beautiful places.

As an American immigrant, one of the first stereotypes about this country that got shattered was the one that America is mostly cities. It’s not—there are acres and acres of untouched and protected wilderness and nature preserves, and they’re fucking beautiful.
Hell, even here where I live in Silicon Valley, an hour’s drive away from San Francisco is a waterfall that runs into the sea:

It’s located in Point Reyes, a 70,000-acre protected park:


Just looking through the notes on this, happy that there was now a version with my tackily tacked on mangrove swamp going around (not the mangrove swamp being tacky, just me being all indignant and having to add it, save the mangroves!)  - and here, more beautiful forests/places. America is a really really beautiful place (but Florida especially nyaah)
nonsensicallyrics:

ghost-people-sketches:

thegreenwolf:

mori-no-ookami:

beben-eleben:

Enchanting Forests In The World

This just goes to show that everywhere is beautiful except the United States and I don’t belong here

Are you KIDDING me?
Alabama:

Alaska:

Arizona:

Arkansas:

And that’s just the A’s! That’s not including gems from North Dakota:

Florida:

Kansas:

Oregon:

Pennsylvania:

And even New Jersey:

And that’s just ONE picture of ONE place in each of ten out of fifty states. Don’t tell me those aren’t just as beautiful even if the photography used in some of them might not be as detailed or professional.
You really want to appreciate what we have here? Watch Ken Burns’ The National Parks: America’s Best Idea—it’s streaming on netflix right now.. Not only will you get to see just how much wilderness we’ve protected, but you’ll discover that the US was the country that came up with the national park system in the first place, preserving wilderness areas for the people and for their own preservation. I’m not much of a “‘murica! RAH RAH!” kind of person, but I damned well WILL defend our wilderness places and the fact that we have as many as we do. 
Now get out there and explore some of them before you go whinging about how we don’t have any beautiful places.

As an American immigrant, one of the first stereotypes about this country that got shattered was the one that America is mostly cities. It’s not—there are acres and acres of untouched and protected wilderness and nature preserves, and they’re fucking beautiful.
Hell, even here where I live in Silicon Valley, an hour’s drive away from San Francisco is a waterfall that runs into the sea:

It’s located in Point Reyes, a 70,000-acre protected park:


Just looking through the notes on this, happy that there was now a version with my tackily tacked on mangrove swamp going around (not the mangrove swamp being tacky, just me being all indignant and having to add it, save the mangroves!)  - and here, more beautiful forests/places. America is a really really beautiful place (but Florida especially nyaah)
nonsensicallyrics:

ghost-people-sketches:

thegreenwolf:

mori-no-ookami:

beben-eleben:

Enchanting Forests In The World

This just goes to show that everywhere is beautiful except the United States and I don’t belong here

Are you KIDDING me?
Alabama:

Alaska:

Arizona:

Arkansas:

And that’s just the A’s! That’s not including gems from North Dakota:

Florida:

Kansas:

Oregon:

Pennsylvania:

And even New Jersey:

And that’s just ONE picture of ONE place in each of ten out of fifty states. Don’t tell me those aren’t just as beautiful even if the photography used in some of them might not be as detailed or professional.
You really want to appreciate what we have here? Watch Ken Burns’ The National Parks: America’s Best Idea—it’s streaming on netflix right now.. Not only will you get to see just how much wilderness we’ve protected, but you’ll discover that the US was the country that came up with the national park system in the first place, preserving wilderness areas for the people and for their own preservation. I’m not much of a “‘murica! RAH RAH!” kind of person, but I damned well WILL defend our wilderness places and the fact that we have as many as we do. 
Now get out there and explore some of them before you go whinging about how we don’t have any beautiful places.

As an American immigrant, one of the first stereotypes about this country that got shattered was the one that America is mostly cities. It’s not—there are acres and acres of untouched and protected wilderness and nature preserves, and they’re fucking beautiful.
Hell, even here where I live in Silicon Valley, an hour’s drive away from San Francisco is a waterfall that runs into the sea:

It’s located in Point Reyes, a 70,000-acre protected park:


Just looking through the notes on this, happy that there was now a version with my tackily tacked on mangrove swamp going around (not the mangrove swamp being tacky, just me being all indignant and having to add it, save the mangroves!)  - and here, more beautiful forests/places. America is a really really beautiful place (but Florida especially nyaah)
nonsensicallyrics:

ghost-people-sketches:

thegreenwolf:

mori-no-ookami:

beben-eleben:

Enchanting Forests In The World

This just goes to show that everywhere is beautiful except the United States and I don’t belong here

Are you KIDDING me?
Alabama:

Alaska:

Arizona:

Arkansas:

And that’s just the A’s! That’s not including gems from North Dakota:

Florida:

Kansas:

Oregon:

Pennsylvania:

And even New Jersey:

And that’s just ONE picture of ONE place in each of ten out of fifty states. Don’t tell me those aren’t just as beautiful even if the photography used in some of them might not be as detailed or professional.
You really want to appreciate what we have here? Watch Ken Burns’ The National Parks: America’s Best Idea—it’s streaming on netflix right now.. Not only will you get to see just how much wilderness we’ve protected, but you’ll discover that the US was the country that came up with the national park system in the first place, preserving wilderness areas for the people and for their own preservation. I’m not much of a “‘murica! RAH RAH!” kind of person, but I damned well WILL defend our wilderness places and the fact that we have as many as we do. 
Now get out there and explore some of them before you go whinging about how we don’t have any beautiful places.

As an American immigrant, one of the first stereotypes about this country that got shattered was the one that America is mostly cities. It’s not—there are acres and acres of untouched and protected wilderness and nature preserves, and they’re fucking beautiful.
Hell, even here where I live in Silicon Valley, an hour’s drive away from San Francisco is a waterfall that runs into the sea:

It’s located in Point Reyes, a 70,000-acre protected park:


Just looking through the notes on this, happy that there was now a version with my tackily tacked on mangrove swamp going around (not the mangrove swamp being tacky, just me being all indignant and having to add it, save the mangroves!)  - and here, more beautiful forests/places. America is a really really beautiful place (but Florida especially nyaah)
nonsensicallyrics:

ghost-people-sketches:

thegreenwolf:

mori-no-ookami:

beben-eleben:

Enchanting Forests In The World

This just goes to show that everywhere is beautiful except the United States and I don’t belong here

Are you KIDDING me?
Alabama:

Alaska:

Arizona:

Arkansas:

And that’s just the A’s! That’s not including gems from North Dakota:

Florida:

Kansas:

Oregon:

Pennsylvania:

And even New Jersey:

And that’s just ONE picture of ONE place in each of ten out of fifty states. Don’t tell me those aren’t just as beautiful even if the photography used in some of them might not be as detailed or professional.
You really want to appreciate what we have here? Watch Ken Burns’ The National Parks: America’s Best Idea—it’s streaming on netflix right now.. Not only will you get to see just how much wilderness we’ve protected, but you’ll discover that the US was the country that came up with the national park system in the first place, preserving wilderness areas for the people and for their own preservation. I’m not much of a “‘murica! RAH RAH!” kind of person, but I damned well WILL defend our wilderness places and the fact that we have as many as we do. 
Now get out there and explore some of them before you go whinging about how we don’t have any beautiful places.

As an American immigrant, one of the first stereotypes about this country that got shattered was the one that America is mostly cities. It’s not—there are acres and acres of untouched and protected wilderness and nature preserves, and they’re fucking beautiful.
Hell, even here where I live in Silicon Valley, an hour’s drive away from San Francisco is a waterfall that runs into the sea:

It’s located in Point Reyes, a 70,000-acre protected park:


Just looking through the notes on this, happy that there was now a version with my tackily tacked on mangrove swamp going around (not the mangrove swamp being tacky, just me being all indignant and having to add it, save the mangroves!)  - and here, more beautiful forests/places. America is a really really beautiful place (but Florida especially nyaah)
nonsensicallyrics:

ghost-people-sketches:

thegreenwolf:

mori-no-ookami:

beben-eleben:

Enchanting Forests In The World

This just goes to show that everywhere is beautiful except the United States and I don’t belong here

Are you KIDDING me?
Alabama:

Alaska:

Arizona:

Arkansas:

And that’s just the A’s! That’s not including gems from North Dakota:

Florida:

Kansas:

Oregon:

Pennsylvania:

And even New Jersey:

And that’s just ONE picture of ONE place in each of ten out of fifty states. Don’t tell me those aren’t just as beautiful even if the photography used in some of them might not be as detailed or professional.
You really want to appreciate what we have here? Watch Ken Burns’ The National Parks: America’s Best Idea—it’s streaming on netflix right now.. Not only will you get to see just how much wilderness we’ve protected, but you’ll discover that the US was the country that came up with the national park system in the first place, preserving wilderness areas for the people and for their own preservation. I’m not much of a “‘murica! RAH RAH!” kind of person, but I damned well WILL defend our wilderness places and the fact that we have as many as we do. 
Now get out there and explore some of them before you go whinging about how we don’t have any beautiful places.

As an American immigrant, one of the first stereotypes about this country that got shattered was the one that America is mostly cities. It’s not—there are acres and acres of untouched and protected wilderness and nature preserves, and they’re fucking beautiful.
Hell, even here where I live in Silicon Valley, an hour’s drive away from San Francisco is a waterfall that runs into the sea:

It’s located in Point Reyes, a 70,000-acre protected park:


Just looking through the notes on this, happy that there was now a version with my tackily tacked on mangrove swamp going around (not the mangrove swamp being tacky, just me being all indignant and having to add it, save the mangroves!)  - and here, more beautiful forests/places. America is a really really beautiful place (but Florida especially nyaah)
nonsensicallyrics:

ghost-people-sketches:

thegreenwolf:

mori-no-ookami:

beben-eleben:

Enchanting Forests In The World

This just goes to show that everywhere is beautiful except the United States and I don’t belong here

Are you KIDDING me?
Alabama:

Alaska:

Arizona:

Arkansas:

And that’s just the A’s! That’s not including gems from North Dakota:

Florida:

Kansas:

Oregon:

Pennsylvania:

And even New Jersey:

And that’s just ONE picture of ONE place in each of ten out of fifty states. Don’t tell me those aren’t just as beautiful even if the photography used in some of them might not be as detailed or professional.
You really want to appreciate what we have here? Watch Ken Burns’ The National Parks: America’s Best Idea—it’s streaming on netflix right now.. Not only will you get to see just how much wilderness we’ve protected, but you’ll discover that the US was the country that came up with the national park system in the first place, preserving wilderness areas for the people and for their own preservation. I’m not much of a “‘murica! RAH RAH!” kind of person, but I damned well WILL defend our wilderness places and the fact that we have as many as we do. 
Now get out there and explore some of them before you go whinging about how we don’t have any beautiful places.

As an American immigrant, one of the first stereotypes about this country that got shattered was the one that America is mostly cities. It’s not—there are acres and acres of untouched and protected wilderness and nature preserves, and they’re fucking beautiful.
Hell, even here where I live in Silicon Valley, an hour’s drive away from San Francisco is a waterfall that runs into the sea:

It’s located in Point Reyes, a 70,000-acre protected park:


Just looking through the notes on this, happy that there was now a version with my tackily tacked on mangrove swamp going around (not the mangrove swamp being tacky, just me being all indignant and having to add it, save the mangroves!)  - and here, more beautiful forests/places. America is a really really beautiful place (but Florida especially nyaah)
nonsensicallyrics:

ghost-people-sketches:

thegreenwolf:

mori-no-ookami:

beben-eleben:

Enchanting Forests In The World

This just goes to show that everywhere is beautiful except the United States and I don’t belong here

Are you KIDDING me?
Alabama:

Alaska:

Arizona:

Arkansas:

And that’s just the A’s! That’s not including gems from North Dakota:

Florida:

Kansas:

Oregon:

Pennsylvania:

And even New Jersey:

And that’s just ONE picture of ONE place in each of ten out of fifty states. Don’t tell me those aren’t just as beautiful even if the photography used in some of them might not be as detailed or professional.
You really want to appreciate what we have here? Watch Ken Burns’ The National Parks: America’s Best Idea—it’s streaming on netflix right now.. Not only will you get to see just how much wilderness we’ve protected, but you’ll discover that the US was the country that came up with the national park system in the first place, preserving wilderness areas for the people and for their own preservation. I’m not much of a “‘murica! RAH RAH!” kind of person, but I damned well WILL defend our wilderness places and the fact that we have as many as we do. 
Now get out there and explore some of them before you go whinging about how we don’t have any beautiful places.

As an American immigrant, one of the first stereotypes about this country that got shattered was the one that America is mostly cities. It’s not—there are acres and acres of untouched and protected wilderness and nature preserves, and they’re fucking beautiful.
Hell, even here where I live in Silicon Valley, an hour’s drive away from San Francisco is a waterfall that runs into the sea:

It’s located in Point Reyes, a 70,000-acre protected park:


Just looking through the notes on this, happy that there was now a version with my tackily tacked on mangrove swamp going around (not the mangrove swamp being tacky, just me being all indignant and having to add it, save the mangroves!)  - and here, more beautiful forests/places. America is a really really beautiful place (but Florida especially nyaah)

nonsensicallyrics:

ghost-people-sketches:

thegreenwolf:

mori-no-ookami:

beben-eleben:

Enchanting Forests In The World

This just goes to show that everywhere is beautiful except the United States and I don’t belong here

Are you KIDDING me?

Alabama:

Alaska:

Arizona:

Arkansas:

And that’s just the A’s! That’s not including gems from North Dakota:

Florida:

Kansas:

Oregon:

Pennsylvania:

And even New Jersey:

And that’s just ONE picture of ONE place in each of ten out of fifty states. Don’t tell me those aren’t just as beautiful even if the photography used in some of them might not be as detailed or professional.

You really want to appreciate what we have here? Watch Ken Burns’ The National Parks: America’s Best Idea—it’s streaming on netflix right now.. Not only will you get to see just how much wilderness we’ve protected, but you’ll discover that the US was the country that came up with the national park system in the first place, preserving wilderness areas for the people and for their own preservation. I’m not much of a “‘murica! RAH RAH!” kind of person, but I damned well WILL defend our wilderness places and the fact that we have as many as we do. 

Now get out there and explore some of them before you go whinging about how we don’t have any beautiful places.

As an American immigrant, one of the first stereotypes about this country that got shattered was the one that America is mostly cities. It’s not—there are acres and acres of untouched and protected wilderness and nature preserves, and they’re fucking beautiful.

Hell, even here where I live in Silicon Valley, an hour’s drive away from San Francisco is a waterfall that runs into the sea:

It’s located in Point Reyes, a 70,000-acre protected park:

Just looking through the notes on this, happy that there was now a version with my tackily tacked on mangrove swamp going around (not the mangrove swamp being tacky, just me being all indignant and having to add it, save the mangroves!)  - and here, more beautiful forests/places. America is a really really beautiful place (but Florida especially nyaah)

(via knottedodyssey)

“I’d love some of these”

1. Who was the last person you held hands with?
2. Are you outgoing or shy?
3. Who are you looking forward to seeing?
4. Are you easy to get along with?
5. If you were drunk would the person you like take care of you?
6. What kind of people are you attracted to?
7. Do you think you’ll be in a relationship two months from now?
8. Who from the opposite gender is on your mind?
9. Does talking about sex make you uncomfortable?
10. Who was the last person you had a deep conversation with?
11. What does the most recent text that you sent say?
12. What are your 5 favorite songs right now?
13. Do you like it when people play with your hair?
14. Do you believe in luck and miracles?
15. What good thing happened this summer?
16. Would you kiss the last person you kissed again?
17. Do you think there is life on other planets?
18. Do you still talk to your first crush?
19. Do you like bubble baths?
20. Do you like your neighbors?
21. What are you bad habits?
22. Where would you like to travel?
23. Do you have trust issues?
24. Favorite part of your daily routine?
25. What part of your body are you most uncomfortable with?
26. What do you do when you wake up?
27. Do you wish your skin was lighter or darker?
28. Who are you most comfortable around?
29. Have any of your ex’s told you they regret breaking up?
30. Do you ever want to get married?
31. Is your hair long enough for a pony tail?
32. Which celebrities would you have a threesome with?
33. Spell your name with your chin.
34. Do you play sports? What sports?
35. Would you rather live without TV or music?
36. Have you ever liked someone and never told them?
37. What do you say during awkward silences?
38. Describe your dream girl/guy?
39. What are your favorite stores to shop in?
40. What do you want to do after high school?
41. Do you believe everyone deserves a second chance?
42. If your being extremely quiet what does it mean?
43. Do you smile at strangers?
44. Trip to outer space or bottom of the ocean?
45. What makes you get out of bed in the morning?
46. What are you paranoid about?
47. Have you ever been high?
48. Have you ever been drunk?
49. Have you done anything recently that you hope nobody finds out about?
50. What was the colour of the last hoodie you wore?
51. Ever wished you were someone else?
52. One thing you wish you could change about yourself?
53. Favourite makeup brand?
54. Favourite store?
55. Favourite blog?
56. Favourite colour?
57. Favourite food?
58. Last thing you ate?
59. First thing you ate this morning?
60. Ever won a competition? For what?
61. Been suspended/expelled? For what?
62. Been arrested? For what?
63. Ever been in love?
64. Tell us the story of your first kiss?
65. Are you hungry right now?
66. Do you like your tumblr friends more than your real friends?
67. Facebook or Twitter?
68. Twitter or Tumblr?
69. Are you watching tv right now?
70. Names of your bestfriends?
71. Craving something? What?
72. What colour are your towels?
72. How many pillows do you sleep with?
73. Do you sleep with stuffed animals?
74. How many stuffed animals do you think you have?
75. Favourite animal?
76. What colour is your underwear?
77. Chocolate or Vanilla?
78. Favourite ice cream flavour?
79. What colour shirt are you wearing?
80. What colour pants?
81. Favourite tv show?
82. Favourite movie?
83. Mean Girls or Mean Girls 2?
84. Mean Girls or 21 Jump Street?
85. Favourite character from Mean Girls?
86. Favourite character from Finding Nemo?
87. First person you talked to today?
88. Last person you talked to today?
89. Name a person you hate?
90. Name a person you love?
91. Is there anyone you want to punch in the face right now?
92. In a fight with someone?
93. How many sweatpants do you have?
94. How many sweaters/hoodies do you have?
95. Last movie you watched?
96. Favourite actress?
97. Favourite actor?
98. Do you tan a lot?
99. Have any pets?
100. How are you feeling?
101. Do you type fast?
102. Do you regret anything from your past?
103. Can you spell well?
104. Do you miss anyone from your past?
105. Ever been to a bonfire party?
106. Ever broken someone’s heart?
107. Have you ever been on a horse?
108. What should you be doing?
109. Is something irritating you right now?
110. Have you ever liked someone so much it hurt?
111. Do you have trust issues?
112. Who was the last person you cried in front of?
113. What was your childhood nickname?
114. Have you ever been out of your province/state?
115. Do you play the Wii?
116. Are you listening to music right now?
117. Do you like chicken noodle soup?
118. Do you like Chinese food?
119. Favourite book?
120. Are you afraid of the dark?
121. Are you mean?
122. Is cheating ever okay?
123. Can you keep white shoes clean?
124. Do you believe in love at first sight?
125. Do you believe in true love?
126. Are you currently bored?
127. What makes you happy?
128. Would you change your name?
129. What your zodiac sign?
130. Do you like subway?
131. Your bestfriend of the opposite sex likes you, what do you do?
132. Who’s the last person you had a deep conversation with?
133. Favourite lyrics right now?
134. Can you count to one million?
135. Dumbest lie you ever told?
136. Do you sleep with your doors open or closed?
137. How tall are you?
138. Curly or Straight hair?
139. Brunette or Blonde?
140. Summer or Winter?
141. Night or Day?
142. Favourite month?
143. Are you a vegetarian?
144. Dark, milk or white chocolate?
145. Tea or Coffee?
146. Was today a good day?
147. Mars or Snickers?
148. What’s your favourite quote?
149. Do you believe in ghosts?
150. Get the closest book next to you, open it to page 42, what’s the first line on that page?  (via thatkindofwoman)

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jaimejustelaphoto:

Red Velvet Ice Cream

That is the most evil looking ice cream I’ve ever seen.

I must have it.

theroyalwitch:

modernmjolnirmonthly:

jaimejustelaphoto:

Red Velvet Ice Cream

That is the most evil looking ice cream I’ve ever seen.

I must have it.

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valvala:

someone just got meme’d on

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The Evolution of Women’s Hairstyles
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The Evolution of Women’s Hairstyles
fuckyeahvintage-retro:

The Evolution of Women’s Hairstyles
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the-elderscrolls:

Polish doctor that refused to perform abortion named a “hero”
Dr Bogdan Chazan was visited by an expecting mother (32 weeks into pregnancy), who already had 5 miscarriages before and was worried about her health. It turned out that the fetus had hydrocephalus, undeveloped brain and was missing many bones from its skull. The Doctor refused to perform an abortion and didn’t send the woman to another hospital which could do so (according to polish law, if a doctor doesn’t want to perform an abortion, he has to choose another hospital which will agree to do so). Chazan was named a “local hero” and “true warrior of Jesus in the name of life of the unborn” by many polish politicians and catholic activists. He used conscience clause as an excuse for his actions.
The woman gave birth to the child through a C-section. She and her husband spent 10 painful days watching their deformed child die a horrible death. When she finally decided to speak out, she said:
“During these 10 days, no priest, no pro life activist or even dr Chazan came to see the child, to ask if they can help. It was really hard to look at our child. We knew what was coming, but it was still very hard to cope with”
Congratulations, pro-lifers - another “life” saved, another “happy” child and “happy” family. 

FUCK

excuse me what

enoshima-junko:

sluttiest-virgin:

the-elderscrolls:

Polish doctor that refused to perform abortion named a “hero”

Dr Bogdan Chazan was visited by an expecting mother (32 weeks into pregnancy), who already had 5 miscarriages before and was worried about her health. It turned out that the fetus had hydrocephalus, undeveloped brain and was missing many bones from its skull. The Doctor refused to perform an abortion and didn’t send the woman to another hospital which could do so (according to polish law, if a doctor doesn’t want to perform an abortion, he has to choose another hospital which will agree to do so). Chazan was named a “local hero” and “true warrior of Jesus in the name of life of the unborn” by many polish politicians and catholic activists. He used conscience clause as an excuse for his actions.

The woman gave birth to the child through a C-section. She and her husband spent 10 painful days watching their deformed child die a horrible death. When she finally decided to speak out, she said:

During these 10 days, no priest, no pro life activist or even dr Chazan came to see the child, to ask if they can help. It was really hard to look at our child. We knew what was coming, but it was still very hard to cope with

Congratulations, pro-lifers - another “life” saved, another “happy” child and “happy” family. 

FUCK

excuse me what

Q

smokin-oaking asked:

Are those ratings for the new korra episodes bad?

A

benditlikekorra:

Without context, then yes I would definitely say those ratings are poor for the new episodes. Barely surpassing 1 million views is really low considering that Spongebob reruns can get an average of 3 million views per episode. 

However, given how poorly nickelodeon has handled The Legend of Korra and all the marketing and advertising that comes with that, it honestly isn’t that surprising. The studio has allowed episodes to be leaked, which is something they have done many times before with ATLA and LOK, released a trailer for the new book only a month before it premiered, and has started airing the new episodes as hour long premieres, which shortens the presence of Korra on nick and shortens the build up of interest. When you compare all of this to the amount of marketing and build up they do for Spongebob it’s clear to see that they simply do not know what they’re doing. It’s incredibly frustrating and nick seems to almost want to see the show not succeed.  

If you want to read more about how nick has failed this show, you can read this excellent write up by dongbufeng regarding nick’s inability to maintain a culture of fandom for Korra. 

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— Pam- True Blood
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kingcheddarxvii:

this upsets me

I am vividly uncomfortable
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kingcheddarxvii:

this upsets me

I am vividly uncomfortable
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kingcheddarxvii:

this upsets me

I am vividly uncomfortable
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kingcheddarxvii:

this upsets me

I am vividly uncomfortable
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kingcheddarxvii:

this upsets me

I am vividly uncomfortable

sneakyfeets:

kingcheddarxvii:

this upsets me

I am vividly uncomfortable

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