The Rogue
ceruleanpineapple:

why do so many people think spiders are evil and out to get you
look at this fucking nerd run away in an overly dramatic cartoonish way just because something touched its butt

ceruleanpineapple:

why do so many people think spiders are evil and out to get you

look at this fucking nerd run away in an overly dramatic cartoonish way just because something touched its butt

ceruleanpineapple:

why do so many people think spiders are evil and out to get you
look at this fucking nerd run away in an overly dramatic cartoonish way just because something touched its butt

ceruleanpineapple:

why do so many people think spiders are evil and out to get you

look at this fucking nerd run away in an overly dramatic cartoonish way just because something touched its butt

watevr4evr:

rufflesnotdiets:

idk man, imagine showing Arthur Weasley a gif for the first time. At first of course he’d just think it was a normal wizard photograph, but then you’d explain that muggles made it and his heart would just explode with joy over these muggles making such amazing shit even though they have no magic at all. How amazing. How inventive.

Maybe whenever you’re feeling bad about yourself imagine how much Arthur Weasley would enjoy meeting you.

Thank you

benryhenson:

SCIENCE DOG!

benryhenson:

SCIENCE DOG!

aw yiss science

Do you ever have the realisation that almost everything you see in your house, and a lot of things outside, was designed and made by someone?

respectablegeek:

No matter how insignificant or simple it seems, at some point in history someone had that idea, tried it, refined it, taught others. Maybe there were meetings to determine the exact positioning of that label, or someone spent sleepless nights working on something you don’t think twice about.

At some point, everything was subject to someone’s care and attention, and I think that’s wonderful.

satans-advocate:

sext: i want to pay bills and share household duties and approach our late 20’s in a financially and emotionally stable way with you

stuartsometimes:

WE’RE ON FIRE @trashwiz

stuartsometimes:

WE’RE ON FIRE @trashwiz

heather-m00ch:

kewkitty:

Kitty does not know what to do with the butterfly that landed on its paw.

he looks so frustrated omg

heather-m00ch:

kewkitty:

Kitty does not know what to do with the butterfly that landed on its paw.

he looks so frustrated omg

benryhenson:

…a tough time getting anything else done.

benryhenson:

…a tough time getting anything else done.

benryhenson:

New phone. Time for an uber selfie

benryhenson:

New phone. Time for an uber selfie

I’d love to see more books where the characters get together earlier in the story. While the yearning portions of books are lovely and make us flip their pages, I’d love to see more stories where healthy romantic relationships are depicted. Where the curtain isn’t dropped with the suggestion of coupling up = happily ever after. Novels that take us past that point and depict a young couple working out some of their early insecurities and issues; that show us the romance and heartache of settling into a relationship. Like the moment when you’ve hung up on your boyfriend/girlfriend for the first time and you’re cradling your phone, praying they’ll know you want them to call back. Or you’ve slammed a door and you hope they’re waiting on the other side figuring out the perfect words to transform the emotions inside you from anger and hurt to comfort and passion.
Relationships are not a destination. They’re not an end-point. They’re always a journey. They should always be challenging and growing and evolving.
Tiffany Schmidt, on what makes for a good contemporary romance in YA fiction. She also offers up an excellent reading list of current and forthcoming contemporary novels with well-done romances for YA fiction fans.   (via yahighway)
how to decode a person with an anxiety disorder

brttaperry:

lundibix:

This is by far one of the most important things I’ve seen on tumblr because It describes things I was not able to

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musicbeatstherapy:

jelee-:

rockpapertheodore:

tinyspacebabe:

ok let’s stop using the term “butthurt” we’re not 12 anymore

you sound fannytroubled

a little bootybothered if you ask me

someone’s having a little tushytantrum