September
19th
2014
161,863 notes

closetperspective:

franklyrainbows:

Seriously though, where does Trevor even go?

At first I was like 

WHY IS DOOFENSCHMIRTZ BALD

and then it hit me.

(via otterly-riddikulus)


Advice

thenightvalepost:

All who wander are not lost but are probably dealing with some other problem that’s causing them to walk around in circles for hours, and we shouldn’t ignore them either (that’s very rude).


Can you make a metaphor using the word slay? (x)
ex: “Shake it off slays me!” 

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September
19th
2014
115,721 notes

yourpersonalcheerleader:

You are not a burden.

You are not a bother.

You enhance the lives of others.

People smile, not groan, when you text them.

Your voice.

Your presence.

You, matter.

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September
19th
2014
174,770 notes

the-groundskeeper:

the-groundskeeper:

what i did in graphic design class today is

this has 70,200 notes and you’re all fucking dead to me

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September
19th
2014
330,739 notes

stuckwithyoutubers:

consult-the-winchesters-doctor:

You had me at not crushing my boobs. 

i would probably just end up like

image

and that can’t be healthy

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September
19th
2014
290,797 notes

fauxgingerwithasoul:

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a-kind-of-library:

bookishthingsblog:

How to Explain Amazon’s Kindle to Charles Dickens


As a student at Cardiff School of Art and Design, illustrator Rachel Walsh was asked to create a project that would explain something modern/internet-based to somebody who lived and died before 1900. 

Walsh’s innovative idea was to take a large book and create 40 miniature books from its pages in order to explain the kindle to Dickens. The covers are recreations from real books and include Dicken’s own novels, his favourite childhood books, and some of the artist’s own.

via

How cool!

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September
19th
2014
34,843 notes

bobbyhoying:

*makes typo*

*deletes typo*

*realize i like the aesthetic the typo gave to what i said so i put the typo back in*

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September
19th
2014
278,509 notes

sammybitchfacewinchester:

fricken-nuggets:

fricken-nuggets:

Whats red and bad for your teeth?

a brick

well you’re not wrong

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September
19th
2014
423,745 notes

creeperly:

an accurate representation of my ascent into adulthood

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yasminwithane:

I laughed a bit too much at this quote from the latest Vlogbrothers video

I can’t draw noses or beards to save my life evidently.

(via nerdfighter-art)


daftalchemist:

Carlos reading Cecil’s fics to Cecil, totally for proofreading purposes.

I was complaining I had no ideas to practice drawing with, and then crownkind gave me one.

I’ve never seen Jaws before so apologies if my fic snippets are shittier than I had intended them to be, but a friend assured me Brody would have made the first move.

(via sexybaldwin)


finalproblem:

Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House is one of the fanciest dollhouses in the world. The house has electricity, running water, and a library containing hundreds of tiny books.

One of the volumes in the library is How Watson Learned the Trick. Arthur Conan Doyle wrote the story into the tiny book by hand in 1922. It’s only 503 words long, but took up 34 pages.

It begins:

Watson had been watching his companion intently ever since he had sat down to the breakfast table. Holmes happened to look up and catch his eye.

"Well, Watson, what are you thinking about?" he asked.

"About you."

"Me?"

"Yes, Holmes. I was thinking how superficial are these tricks of yours, and how wonderful it is that the public should continue to show interest in them."

Read the rest of the story here.

(via bbcwonderland)