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metaphorwaters:

goatactivist:

brookeeverdeen:

DAD JOKE

well at the end of the movie it really was just hazel

you didnt

spenceromg:

walt has no chill

calliotp:

billhitchert:

I FUCKING GIVE UP

IT’S BACK

calliotp:

billhitchert:

I FUCKING GIVE UP

IT’S BACK

fluffy-little-fallen-angel:

nudityandnerdery:

divawithanunspoiledagenda:

plumbones:

destiny919:

greenhoused:

which way does a cyclops wing their eyeliner

tumblr user greenhoused is asking the real questions

It doesn’t matter, because Nobody is going to criticize their makeup.

WAS THAT A MOTHER FRACKING ODYSSEY PUN

Well, it wasn’t a motherfucking Oedipus pun, that’s for sure.

I think I’ve found my favorite post

edens-blog:

if u on ur phone:
look at these niice emojis
✨🐋💜👉👌⭐️✨⭐️🌝🎈🏃🚶💃🙏🐑🐘🐵🐧🐒🐘🐴🐮🐯🐽🐻🐹🐱🔅🔆💡🚽🚽🛀🔪🔫💣👻🎃👻🎃👻🎃🎊🎈👻🎊🎃🎃🎃🎃🎃🎃🎃🎃🎃🎃🎃🎃🎊🎊🎃🎊🎃🎊🎃🎃👻👻🎃👻🎃👻🎃👻🎃👻🎃👻🎃👻🌑🌒🌓🌔🌕🌖🌗🌘🌑⭐️⭐️

if u on ur computer:
suck my dick

Bless you

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alsmiiffy:

Is this Aleks Marchant

alsmiiffy:

Is this Aleks Marchant

benjizm:

you know how little hair i have right?? its v short.

well i somehow pulled it back into an updo

euthanizeallwhitepeople:

onlyblackgirl:

I love my skin!

I wish i had this on tv when i was growing up.

This is really important.

aber-flyingtiger:

3giraffes-3africa:

What has Prince Harry done in his 30 years?
Well, he survived them. About 6.6million children worldwide die every year before the age of five from entirely preventable illness, out of a total of 56million humans who die in a year. Around 7.4million people die from heart disease, 1.5million from AIDS and 1.3million from road accidents.
He was born to be a spare part, there only for emergencies, to a couple whose marriage was already disintegrating. Yes, there was fabulous wealth and privilege, but they don’t protect you from unhappiness.
He’s survived, with a grimace, constant remarks about being James Hewitt’s lovechild. This happens in spite of the fact it’s well-documented Hewitt didn’t meet his mother until well after he was born, and that his mother’s relatives are all a shade of ginger.
He made it to Sandhurst which isn’t easy even for a prince, found a natural talent for flying helicopters, and went into combat for sustained periods in one of the nastiest wars fought in living memory.
At one stage British troops were four times as likely to die as US soldiers, and the Taliban put a price on his head.
He was guarded throughout, quite expensively, by a small unit of special forces – but would you have gone, knowing you didn’t have to and the Taliban wanted you for a YouTube video?
He’s just led the organisation of a successful Invictus Games celebrating the sporting achievements of injured war veterans, laughing when his speech blew away and cracking jokes about crowdsurfing.
Unlike his older brother, he’s not weighed down by history or duty. And unlike William, Harry’s had the freedom to make mistakes and let his hair down.
At 30, and despite his family, Harry seems balanced and sane.
Despite being a prince, Harry doesn’t appear to be posh or remote as his father can, nor uptight and reluctant like his brother.
Where once he was the spare, he is now the son we have most warmed to.
But Harry has spent 30 years proving he is different to his brother and most Royals, and not so different at all to the rest of us.
He has survived not just three decades of life on Earth but a lot of rubbish most of us don’t have to worry about, and become the sort of person even Alex Salmond doesn’t want to get rid of.
All we can do is play the hand that life deals us with aplomb. Harry’s managed that in spades so far, and we’ll just have to hope that he doesn’t cock up the rest of it.
You cannot beat the casino, but you can play the game well.

I should point out that not only is he a pilot, he flies helicopters, which is very difficult, and more than that he flies the Apache attack helicopter which is one of the most advanced rotary-wing aircraft ever. Only the finest of the Army Air Corps’ pilots are allowed to even go near the damned thing, so he’s done pretty well there. 

aber-flyingtiger:

3giraffes-3africa:

What has Prince Harry done in his 30 years?

  • Well, he survived them. About 6.6million children worldwide die every year before the age of five from entirely preventable illness, out of a total of 56million humans who die in a year. Around 7.4million people die from heart disease, 1.5million from AIDS and 1.3million from road accidents.
  • He was born to be a spare part, there only for emergencies, to a couple whose marriage was already disintegrating. Yes, there was fabulous wealth and privilege, but they don’t protect you from unhappiness.
  • He’s survived, with a grimace, constant remarks about being James Hewitt’s lovechild. This happens in spite of the fact it’s well-documented Hewitt didn’t meet his mother until well after he was born, and that his mother’s relatives are all a shade of ginger.
  • He made it to Sandhurst which isn’t easy even for a prince, found a natural talent for flying helicopters, and went into combat for sustained periods in one of the nastiest wars fought in living memory.

At one stage British troops were four times as likely to die as US soldiers, and the Taliban put a price on his head.

  • He was guarded throughout, quite expensively, by a small unit of special forces – but would you have gone, knowing you didn’t have to and the Taliban wanted you for a YouTube video?
  • He’s just led the organisation of a successful Invictus Games celebrating the sporting achievements of injured war veterans, laughing when his speech blew away and cracking jokes about crowdsurfing.

Unlike his older brother, he’s not weighed down by history or duty. And unlike William, Harry’s had the freedom to make mistakes and let his hair down.

At 30, and despite his family, Harry seems balanced and sane.
Despite being a prince, Harry doesn’t appear to be posh or remote as his father can, nor uptight and reluctant like his brother.
Where once he was the spare, he is now the son we have most warmed to.

But Harry has spent 30 years proving he is different to his brother and most Royals, and not so different at all to the rest of us.

He has survived not just three decades of life on Earth but a lot of rubbish most of us don’t have to worry about, and become the sort of person even Alex Salmond doesn’t want to get rid of.

All we can do is play the hand that life deals us with aplomb. Harry’s managed that in spades so far, and we’ll just have to hope that he doesn’t cock up the rest of it.

You cannot beat the casino, but you can play the game well.

I should point out that not only is he a pilot, he flies helicopters, which is very difficult, and more than that he flies the Apache attack helicopter which is one of the most advanced rotary-wing aircraft ever. Only the finest of the Army Air Corps’ pilots are allowed to even go near the damned thing, so he’s done pretty well there. 

lissymac37:

silverlined-shalalalas:

-teesa-:

9.9.14

BOOM

John Stewart every time. Every time.