ruinedchildhood:

this episode changed me forever

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2:13 pm  •  1 September 2014  •  324,659 notes

casualcissexism:

shaymew:

smekers32:

jokes Americans won’t get

why wouldn’t americans get this post like we have buoys you know right???

didn’t u kno in america we call them MCDONALDS HAMBURGER OCEAN FLOATERS

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2:12 pm  •  1 September 2014  •  227,791 notes

floozys:

"hairless cats are disgusting!"

"hairy women are disgusting!" 

image

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1:53 pm  •  1 September 2014  •  304,788 notes

books-and-cookies:

bookmad:

i’m almost 23 and i’m still scared to text people because i’m convinced they hate me for no reason

It doesn’t change when you’re 26 either.

1:53 pm  •  1 September 2014  •  155 notes

nuclearharvest:

by Roland Topor

nuclearharvest:

by Roland Topor

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1:53 pm  •  1 September 2014  •  6,207 notes

the60sbazaar:

An overcrowded hippie bus at Woodstock 

the60sbazaar:

An overcrowded hippie bus at Woodstock 

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1:52 pm  •  1 September 2014  •  16,626 notes

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1:52 pm  •  1 September 2014  •  1,605 notes

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1:52 pm  •  1 September 2014  •  65,030 notes

“It always struck me in years after how bizarre it was, how two people could look at one another with such tenderness and complete love, and how quickly that could dissolve into nothing but bitterness.”

— Hannah Harrington, Saving June (via larmoyante)

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1:52 pm  •  1 September 2014  •  16,588 notes

”[…] and Matilda found to her great surprise that life could be fun and she decided to have as much of it as possible. After all, she was a very smart kid. The happiest part of the story is that Matilda and Miss Honey each got what they’d always wanted. A loving family.

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1:37 pm  •  1 September 2014  •  8,888 notes