1. (Source: crookedruler, via deltaform)

     
  2. mako-symptoms:

    this will always be funny

    (Source: clubpenguindoneright, via kidwithachalkboard)

     
  3. (Source: invisiblechange, via greenurr)

     

  4. radtracks:

    your song // elton john

    it’s a little bit funny, this feeling inside
    i’m not one of those who can easily hide
    i don’t have much money but, boy, if i did
    i’d buy a big house where we both could live

    (via magsamost)

     
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  6. foshoitsnikki:

    He literally lives his life as if Drake and Josh never ended.

    (Source: ruinedchildhood, via ilovemycatmorethanilleverloveyou)

     
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  9. cliterallysame:

    this is honestly my favorite post

    (Source: seththewolf, via ilovemycatmorethanilleverloveyou)

     
  10. thatfuckingcrowv2:

    dumbass with sword found dead with 2 gunshot wounds

    (Source: secretotaku, via hanukkahjamboree)

     
  11. nosdrinker:

    this is so vintage

     
     
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  13. babeobaggins:

    gjume:

    this is a pov video of me approaching you when youre sitting at the clubs bar by yourself thinking about going home and eating some oreo caus all your friends are dancing with people they just met. but then you spot me looking at you its my birthday but my boys can see im distracted.. truly lost this evening..

    who is going to stop fatmir

    (via notviolet)

     
     
  14. hystericarosie:

    here are two bunnies using another bunny as a couch

    (Source: foggypebble, via hanukkahjamboree)

     
  15. fishingboatproceeds:

    rezzanleite:

    On April 15 1989 , 24,000 Liverpool fans travelled to a football match. 96 never returned home.

    The Hillsborough disaster occurred 25 year ago today. For decades, fans were blamed for the deaths of their family members and friends, and they were accused of stealing wallets from corpses. It was all lies concocted by the authorities—including elected officials—and spread by tabloids.

    In the picture you see above, two young supporters of rival clubs—Liverpool and Everton—stand together to honor the memory of the 96 and to thank those who’ve battled for decades to uncover the truth.