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7:54pm October 20, 2014
7:51pm October 20, 2014
7:48pm October 20, 2014

That’s what I love about music. Even the most banal scenes are suddenly invested with so much meaning, you know? All these banalities, they suddenly turn into these beautiful effervescent pearls.

7:47pm October 20, 2014
5:17pm October 20, 2014
5:16pm October 20, 2014

koishe:

classy-dick:

do you have a friend who’s usually a sweetheart but when they’re angry they’re the creepiest and the most cruel motherfucker you ever saw in your whole life

i am that friend

4:54pm October 20, 2014
4:50pm October 20, 2014

peregrintoolc:

I’m thankful for all the different ways I can eat potatoes

4:49pm October 20, 2014

avengersincamphalfbloodstardis:

lightbringing-fallen-angel:

kennedyclintonkat:

brella:

tragic backstories explain bad deeds but they do not excuse them

  • tragic backstories explain bad deeds but they do not excuse them

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4:47pm October 20, 2014
3:52pm October 20, 2014

the-perks-0f-being-a-cactus:

 

kcesliv-irot:

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this is how my kids will learn the alphebet

3:46pm October 20, 2014

spokenunspoken:

shaky:

I’m stuck between wanting:

1. A long lasting relationship with my soulmate who supports me and protects me and is my partner and we are completely bad ass together and in love

2. Wanting to have casual sex and rip out the heart of everyone person I meet

3. Being independent and having a loyal dog while I’m married to my career

It scares me how accurate this is.

3:16pm October 20, 2014
12:02pm October 20, 2014

nubbsgalore:

hammer time. schools of scalloped hammerhead sharks photographed in the galapagos by (click pic) alexander safanovmontgomery gilchrist, eric h cheng, norbert wu, franco banfi, todd aki, chris newbert and larry gatz.  

scalloped hammerhead populations have declined by over 95 percent in the past thirty years, largely due to the shark fin trade. this summer, scalloped hammerheads became the first species of shark to be protected by the u.s. endangered species act, one of the world’s strongest wildlife conservation laws.