M: This week, I discovered a terrible Earth disease called ‘loneliness’.

O: Do many people on Earth suffer from this illness?

M: Oh yes, sir. And how they suffer.

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We’re at Coachella 2014, and I’m really excited about it!

We’re at Coachella 2014, and I’m really excited about it!

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milgramexperiment:

tall people: if we are walking together please take into consideration my tiny legs. i cant keep up with you. please think of my tiny legs i dont want to be jogging to keep up with your leisurely stroll you TITANS

(via equiu5)

blackyote:

Look a little young to drive, there, kiddo.

blackyote:

Look a little young to drive, there, kiddo.

(via raso-pla-st)

zayrn:

there’s literally no point in teaching girls to be body positive if you only use men’s opinions for validation like “boys like girls with curves” nah get that the fuck out of here

(via raso-pla-st)

pallet-town-julie-brown:

kateordie:

angelica-aswald:

mtvstyle:

want this moment burned on my eyelids

So many girls saw this. Bless.

All hail the queen.

Let this sink in. She declared herself a feminist in front of a bunch of white women who decided they werent feminists like katy perry and then her husband and child, the things feminists evidently don’t have, wete cheering on and gave her an award

pallet-town-julie-brown:

kateordie:

angelica-aswald:

mtvstyle:

want this moment burned on my eyelids

So many girls saw this. Bless.

All hail the queen.

Let this sink in. She declared herself a feminist in front of a bunch of white women who decided they werent feminists like katy perry and then her husband and child, the things feminists evidently don’t have, wete cheering on and gave her an award

(via raso-pla-st)

cut-and-puff:

I thought families were meant to be supportive?

(via raso-pla-st)

nabico:

ghzzs:

nabico:

now he’s talking to me about how important exercise is

who is this guy

he’s a japanese man named tanaka who added me completely out of the blue one day and sometimes we talk together and it’s magical
he plays the guitar but only does “stand by me” by phil collins and he will do it for you over and over

nabico:

ghzzs:

nabico:

now he’s talking to me about how important exercise is

who is this guy

he’s a japanese man named tanaka who added me completely out of the blue one day and sometimes we talk together and it’s magical

he plays the guitar but only does “stand by me” by phil collins and he will do it for you over and over

(via improbablenormality)

hiphopfightsback:

Pulled a fast one on us 8 year-olds,

(via improbablenormality)

mistedmountains:

i am not sorry at all

(via improbablenormality)

bandstille:

plot twist wow

(via pelleymounters)

cracked:

Here’s hoping they keep working on it, but please, save your pre-order money.
5 B.S. Stories That Went Viral: Anti-Roofie Nail Polish

#3. That Anti-Date-Rape Nail Polish Doesn’t Exist
According to the articles on the subject, this new fashion accessory helps women prevent date rape by changing color when exposed to drugs like Rohypnol, Xanax, and GHB. As The Washington Post, CNET, USA Today, CBS, and Mashable wonder: does the nail polish help prevent the crime of rape or perpetuate the idea that the onus of prevention lay solely on the victim? Well, here’s Cracked’s take on the subject: it doesn’t matter, because the nail polish totally doesn’t work. Or exist.
According to the project’s creators (four students at North Carolina State University), the thing is actually in an “early R&D” stage, which is another way of saying that it isn’t actually a thing. And if it were? Turns out that only about 3 percent of urine samples from assault victims carry traces of the drugs it detects — or “detects,” since the technique they’re using is notorious for giving false positives. Remember those date-rape preventing coasters? Yeah, they can turn color when exposed to water.

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cracked:

Here’s hoping they keep working on it, but please, save your pre-order money.

5 B.S. Stories That Went Viral: Anti-Roofie Nail Polish

#3. That Anti-Date-Rape Nail Polish Doesn’t Exist

According to the articles on the subject, this new fashion accessory helps women prevent date rape by changing color when exposed to drugs like Rohypnol, Xanax, and GHB. As The Washington Post, CNET, USA Today, CBS, and Mashable wonder: does the nail polish help prevent the crime of rape or perpetuate the idea that the onus of prevention lay solely on the victim? Well, here’s Cracked’s take on the subject: it doesn’t matter, because the nail polish totally doesn’t work. Or exist.

According to the project’s creators (four students at North Carolina State University), the thing is actually in an “early R&D” stage, which is another way of saying that it isn’t actually a thing. And if it were? Turns out that only about 3 percent of urine samples from assault victims carry traces of the drugs it detects — or “detects,” since the technique they’re using is notorious for giving false positives. Remember those date-rape preventing coasters? Yeah, they can turn color when exposed to water.

Read More

(via reyairia)

castiel-counts-deans-freckles:

This is like a round of cards against humanity

(via improbablenormality)

The family went to Bunnings to get a new letter box. I bought a succulent, it’s v/ cute, but not as cute as you!

The family went to Bunnings to get a new letter box. I bought a succulent, it’s v/ cute, but not as cute as you!