I Don't Like Warm Hugs.

cantwaitforpizza:

i can’t stop laughing he’s like what no climb

@AnselElgort Look at that view!

thekamstermck-fallen-angel:

avmisha:

waitinghopingliving:

duntothewood101:

camuizuuki:

sherl322434ck:

yours—tru-lee:

sara—-tonin:

You’ve been blogging for a while.  Let’s stretch your necks!

To the leftimage

Now to the right…image

Again…

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And back to your right

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And now one last time, you can do it…

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And now the right again

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Great job!!!!

THIS IS VERY MOTIVATING

I just turned my laptop

I actually had a crick in my neck. Thank you so much for this

theres two kinds of people

This speaks to me

tumboy:

50 Cent in Malefiftycent [x]

relax-o-vision:

anothergayshark:

It’s sad that these are actually in the order that they were written. 

The thing with Glee is that you can take single scenes and marvel at their love for details and the idea behind the entire set-up and oftentimes even the dialogue. 

But if you put those scenes together and look at the context everything just loses logic. Dialogues suddenly sound like random slogans about friendship and sticking together, stolen from movie trailers. Characters lose all depth, all personality, because they’re meant to exist in the vortex of the single moment, not the broad picture. They don’t have a history.

That’s why you can never tell what a character’s intentions really are. Does Santana care about her education or not? We’ll never know, because the only scene, which had the potential to be a true discussion about her future was cramped into the very last episode in an “oops we forgot that existed, is it too late to address that?” kind of way. Had the very same scene happened five episodes earlier, there had been a chance for an actual story.

But an actual story is not what Glee is interested in.

Glee is about single scenes, in which the actors are sexed up in a way that appeals to the average superficial gay guy’s sense of beauty, showtunes and pseudo intelligent phrases to lecture the audience about right and wrong. 

live-life-without-regrets-x3:

Orange Is The New Black cast attends the 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards

they all look so different!

How mom reacts when it starts to rain

"THE LAUNDRY! GET THE LAUNDRY!!"

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Teen Wolf AU: Alison is still alive.
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argentallie asked)

teenwolf:

Yaaaaaaaaas Kira! Slay a bit!

A Skiving Snackbox is a range of sweets to make the user appear to be ill. They are among a range of products from Weasleys’ Wizard Wheezes by Fred and George Weasley. The user develops strange symptoms depending on the type of sweet eaten. The purpose of these were to make a student appear unable to stay in class. Most came in two colour-coded parts: one that would cause the malady, and one that would cure the pupil once they had left class.  

sanfran-dork:

huffingtonpost:

Kids Are Given Game Boys, Feel Instant Sadness

Ah, Game Boys. Forget your 3DS and your iPad mini: there was a day when these handheld hunks of 8-bit glory owned the playground. But these kids don’t remember it so watch the full hilarious video of their reactions to the original Game Boy here. 

(Source: The Fine Brothers)

God bless the little Asian kid.

There is still hope in this world.


Bless

myherocomplex:

really this was one of the greatest episodes of OUAT so far. And this was the best line.