amieleighluna:

sirsamueloflondon:

ohmygod look at how sassy his eyebrows are though

Neil Patrick Harris, damn skippy

Right on

(Source: stinson)

(Source: miriamcatherine)

suicideblonde:

Meryl Streep

suicideblonde:

Meryl Streep

unclefather:

bobbyhoying:

vua:

silumia:

A tattoo with an anchor saying ‘I refuse to sink’

a judgemental person that should respect other peoples choices!!!!!!!!!

A rabbit with bionic legs that has an incredible tolerance for alcohol

A big dad that scares other dads into eating bugs for fun

buriaq:

coolbutcautious:

the only reason i go to school is because i donn’t wanna be an unemployed college drop out. i wanna be an unemployed college graduate 

thats the spirit

psychosinlovex:

bummerfriends:

April 2014: Horrorscopes for thefreshzine

it doesn’t have to be bad luck

"Maturity, one discovers, has everything to do with the acceptance of “not knowing.” Of course not knowing hardly prevents the approaching chaos."
-Mark Z. Danielewski, House of Leaves. So quotable. (via streetsbehindyou)
ryusantiago:

stepnsteph:

meliboomelody:



searchingforknowledge:
Fifteen rape victims have formed martial arts movement and are prepared to confront abusers if no one listens to their complaints…

A GROUP of women are fighting back against the sickening culture of rape which they say infects India. Fifteen determined females – all victims themselves – have trained in martial arts and are prepared to hand out rough justice if no one listens to their complaints. And the movement, called the Red Brigade, is growing rapidly following the gang rape and murder of medical student Jyoti Singh Pandey that horrified the world.

In a nation where a woman is reportedly raped every 20 minutes, the group’s leader Usha Vishwakarma said: “We are fighting back – and the boot is now on the other foot.” Member Sufia Hashmi, 17, said: “We’ve caught a lot of men recently. I joined because men always used to pass comments on me and touch my body but now we beat them and they run.”

Like the other members in the northern city of Lucknow, 25-year-old Usha has first-hand experience of the daily dangers women face in the huge nation – a teacher tried to rape her when she was 18. She said: “He grabbed me and tried to open my trousers. I kicked him in the crotch and ran.” Usha complained to staff but they told her to forget it and allowed her attacker to carry on teaching. She said: “Many parents tell girls to quit school so there will be no sexual violence. But we said no – this has to stop. We decided to form a group to fight for ourselves, not just complain.” MORE

As a martial artist and a woman, I approve of this.

Hell yeah! Kick their asses, ladies. Also, I had no idea it was so bad over there. That is disgusting and heart breaking.

Finally, this happens. Instead of hiding or letting a bad experience ruin their lives, these women have taken control and done something about it. I’m happy about this. Women should do this everywhere and men should support it.
Don’t wait for it to happen. Take action, now!

ryusantiago:

stepnsteph:

meliboomelody:

searchingforknowledge:

Fifteen rape victims have formed martial arts movement and are prepared to confront abusers if no one listens to their complaints…
A GROUP of women are fighting back against the sickening culture of rape which they say infects India. Fifteen determined females – all victims themselves – have trained in martial arts and are prepared to hand out rough justice if no one listens to their complaints. And the movement, called the Red Brigade, is growing rapidly following the gang rape and murder of medical student Jyoti Singh Pandey that horrified the world.
In a nation where a woman is reportedly raped every 20 minutes, the group’s leader Usha Vishwakarma said: “We are fighting back – and the boot is now on the other foot.” Member Sufia Hashmi, 17, said: “We’ve caught a lot of men recently. I joined because men always used to pass comments on me and touch my body but now we beat them and they run.”
Like the other members in the northern city of Lucknow, 25-year-old Usha has first-hand experience of the daily dangers women face in the huge nation – a teacher tried to rape her when she was 18. She said: “He grabbed me and tried to open my trousers. I kicked him in the crotch and ran.” Usha complained to staff but they told her to forget it and allowed her attacker to carry on teaching. She said: “Many parents tell girls to quit school so there will be no sexual violence. But we said no – this has to stop. We decided to form a group to fight for ourselves, not just complain.” MORE

As a martial artist and a woman, I approve of this.

Hell yeah! Kick their asses, ladies. Also, I had no idea it was so bad over there. That is disgusting and heart breaking.

Finally, this happens. Instead of hiding or letting a bad experience ruin their lives, these women have taken control and done something about it. I’m happy about this. Women should do this everywhere and men should support it.

Don’t wait for it to happen. Take action, now!

(Source: talesofthestarshipregeneration)

tyleroakley:

memewhore:

I still don’t understand the perspective that’s going on here.

my brain hurts

tyleroakley:

memewhore:

I still don’t understand the perspective that’s going on here.

my brain hurts

mattsmithshairflop:

sclez:

carnivalowl:

Saying that a man and a woman can’t be “just” friends is like assuming that a bisexual or pansexual can’t have any friends at all because they might get a sudden urge to fuck them.

You’ve found out my secret.

I just want to bang everybody all the time.

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"You are a woman. Skin and bones, veins and nerves, hair and sweat. You are not made of metaphors. Not apologies, not excuses."
-Sarah Kay, excerpt from “The Type” (via thepreppyvegan)

(Source: larmoyante)

sixpenceee:

For a master post on abandoned places 

itseasytoremember:

quatral:

askahomestuckfanatic:

I FOUND IT AGAIN YES

i was scrolling and i nearly had a subliminal heart attack when i saw it.

i’ve had this waiting to post since november, i queued it for today, the first day of spring

(Source: iraffiruse)

When you meet someone equally as weird as you

livesstillposed:

sodamnrelatable:

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I feel like this is essentially how all of my friendships start.

(Source: urbanendling)