theultimateginger:

artbylexie:

twowhovianhearts:

fishtwigz:

History according to Tumblr.

I’M CRYING I’M IN HYSTERICS I DON’T THINK I’LL EVER RECOVER THIS MEANS I CANNOT GO TO COLLEGE ON WEDNESDAY THANK YOU

Putting this on my main blog because I know everyone loves history as much as I do and needs to laugh.

I think this just gets funnier every time I see it.

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truerxliving:

nickey79:

sizvideos:

Video

You are not born with hate and this here proves that

Too sweet

This is so sweet im crying

casualcissexism:

ok but now draw the other eye

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goldella:

I never actually say hi to my friends, I just make creepy faces at them from a distance.

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chakrabot:

sincerelymady:

There’s this girl at my school and she’s really nice and I remember sometime last year at one point she would carry a clicker around and click it everytime she had a happy thought/something good happened/she laughed etc.
It was always kind of cute how you’d just hear the little click every once in a while throughout class it always made me smile knowing that it was bc something made her feel happy idk

she was training herself to be happy oh my god

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this is what i look like now

this is what i look like now

wetheurban:

SPOTLIGHT: Modern Remakes of Famous Paintings

The amount of feels this post gives us! We all probably know these beloved Western art masterpieces, but not like this! Here are 20 great examples of classic paintings that have been reproduced creatively by a few very creative art lovers with photo cameras.

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shutupaubrey:

the best moment in film history

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trestristestrolls:

REBLOGGING FOREVER BECAUSE I ALWAYS THINK OF ‘ELEVENSES’ WHEN I HEAR THE NUMBER 11. ALWAYS.

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nintendontdodrugs:

man that is not how you explode a fistbump, obama knows whats up.

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we-are-all-shipwrecks:

amartyrschallenge:

rocknrollercoaster:

I heard them trying to reason, get him to open the door.
His uncle begging and pleading, half-collapsed to the floor.
He preached of hope and forgiveness,
Said, “There is always a chance to rectify what you’ve taken,
Make your peace in the world.”

I thought to slip through the door, I could’ve entered the room.
I felt the burden of murder, it shook the earth to the core.
Felt like the world was collapsing. Then we heard him speak,
"Can I still get into heaven if I kill myself?"

As sad and violent as this song is, I think it is crucial in reminding us of how human we are. The man asking the question is a murderer who shot a boy on accident, and he believes that he must punish himself for his sin. I think it is important, as Christians, to seek out those who are burdened by guilt and help them bear it. Whether they turn to Jesus for their forgiveness or not, I think we are most Christ-like when we come through for those who need liberation from their isolation. 

^^^^..I never liked when people would use these lyrics out of context. Good job dude

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  • me: Ah. Home alone. Some peace and quiet.
  • me: *blares death metal*
  • no but seriously.

topographygo:

i scrolled down for an explanation and there was none

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When someone else gives you stage and is generous, that allows you to become an equal partner. And that’s what Fred did. - Carrie Brownstein

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"How dare you think that your sin is greater than the blood of Christ"

— Paul Washer  (via -dejalenae-)

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