This, and other thoughts
You think your pain and your heartbreak are unprecedented in the history of the world, but then you read. It was books that taught me that the things that tormented me most were the very things that connected me with all the people who were alive, or who had ever been alive.
James Baldwin

"I may not be your first, but I’m preparing myself to be your last."

…so, murder, then?

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fashion-runways:

ZIAD NAKAD Fall/Winter 2014 

Proposal for a new drinking game: 

Any time a phenomenal ass is taking up more than a quarter of the screen in a Marvel movie, DRINK.

vanconcastiel:

thevioletsunflower:

yeachristmasyea:

SO MANY OF THE TOMATO SAUCE

He looks so done in the last gif

I’ve rebloged this 13 times and I will continue to do so for so many.

lornrocks:

wytchprincess:

this is the funniest thing i’ve read in my life

Even my parents have given up on my brother, his wife, and I getting tattoos. They don’t like it, but here we are.

My parents feel exactly that way about them, as it happens. I think, at least within a certain group of people, it’s more than just that they don’t like them as a personal choice, though that is part of it. My family is Jewish, and to them, tattoos are still very much associated with Nazis and a string of numbers branded across your wrist. They still see tattoos and think of death. It’s interesting, given that Israelis tend to be pretty ok with them. But I have noticed that many American Jews, at least in my parents’ and great-grandparents’ generations, feel that they are some kind of horrible reminder of what has happened to our people. So even though it’s also a personal choice, I can sympathize with their distaste. I happen to love how they look, personally, but will never get one myself. I do think that as long as you are taking your parents’ money and they are supporting you, though, they ought to have a say in those things. The fact is, even if the particular dollars you’ve spent are ones you’ve made yourself, if you wouldn’t be able to afford to live independently and without your parents’ help, they’ve virtually paid for it, and it’s disrespectful to throw it in their faces like that. Once you’re on your own, though? Rock on, if that’s what you want.

kimberleydestruction:

flootzavut:

myusshi:

taleasoldastimelords:

I’d like to give my Facebook friend a standing ovation

Cats have more notes than this, come on people. 

*wild applause*

I love people sometimes, this is perfection.

I thought that was “a standing ovulation”

kimberleydestruction:

flootzavut:

myusshi:

taleasoldastimelords:

I’d like to give my Facebook friend a standing ovation

Cats have more notes than this, come on people. 

*wild applause*

I love people sometimes, this is perfection.

I thought that was “a standing ovulation”

90s-women:

Request: Sandra Bullock in Practical Magic

whendoiturnbackintoapumpkin:

Unsorted list of movies that I like — 8/∞ — Practical Magic

There are some things I know for certain: always throw spilled salt over your left shoulder, keep rosemary by your garden gate, plant lavender for luck, and fall in love whenever you can.