missyay:

nazerine:

excessivecompulsive:

nazerine:

the anti vaccination movement basically consists of random people with no knowledge of medicine going “I can medicine better than doctors” and it would be hilarious if it wasn’t literally killing people

you dont need vaccines, I havent had any and Im still doing great

wow, what a compelling argument. you’ve got me

in other news, i am still alive therefore death must be a myth

some interesting things at lunch:

  1. i bit my plastic fork accidentally and broke off one of the tines.  couldn’t find the tip, so i’m assuming i ate it.  oops

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What a fucking nerd

—Me talking about someone I love (via cowprince)

feeling like crap right now. but i guess that’s what happens when you have no self-esteem and your only validation comes from external sources (aka other people) that are never quite consistent, transparent, honest, or reliable

"I shouldn’t be allowed to have a microphone."

La Dispute @ The Sinclair, April 9th, 2014

They were phenomenal. Jordan said thank you at the end of every song, which was adorable.

I cried for the first five minutes/1.5 songs. I can feel post-concert sadness settling in already

bornthiswaybodyarts:

An in ear photo of those new Polaris Eyelets with Marquise cut Arctic Blue CZ gems!

rad as FUCK

bornthiswaybodyarts:

An in ear photo of those new Polaris Eyelets with Marquise cut Arctic Blue CZ gems!

rad as FUCK

CASUAL REMINDER THAT I’M SEEING LA DISPUTE TONIGHT WITH THE BOY I LOVE


The way they make the family dynamic work in this show is what makes it consistently superb to me. Yeah, it’s embracing misfits, and it’s portraying a family that is devoted to each other and obviously loves one another. But you get some of each of those in other cartoons (and sitcoms); Bob’s Burgers manages to marry those two things perfectly and apply it to the Belchers every week. […] But instead of making the characters into caricatures that grate on the audience and each other, they made them a working family that knows and loves each others’ uniqueness. (x)
The way they make the family dynamic work in this show is what makes it consistently superb to me. Yeah, it’s embracing misfits, and it’s portraying a family that is devoted to each other and obviously loves one another. But you get some of each of those in other cartoons (and sitcoms); Bob’s Burgers manages to marry those two things perfectly and apply it to the Belchers every week. […] But instead of making the characters into caricatures that grate on the audience and each other, they made them a working family that knows and loves each others’ uniqueness. (x)

telapathetic:

come into bed and listen to the rain with me

(Source: telapathetic)

dinkweed:

i am so threatened by pretty girls they are terrifying 

(Source: friendzonked)

random-reality-shifts:

YO why didn’t anyone tell me that the singer from Intervals i met on saturday was ALSO the singer for the HAARP machine when they were a thing???

GET OUT I AM SO MAD

random-reality-shifts:

just got back from an awesome concert  at the middle east with some awesome people! great time tonight with jeremy and angie seeing protest the hero!

not to mention i met the singer from interval’s newest album and it was amazing

also wanted to add that he touched my shoulder and said I was adorable

okaypanic:

current desire: to have shorter hair than my boyfriend

mission accomplished

more reasons as to why having Jeremy in my life is great:

his friends are marvelous, lovely, genuine people