23rd April 2014 21:57
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23rd April 2014 21:54
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23rd April 2014 21:47
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23rd April 2014 18:40
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kpoptrollogy:

proper way to eat pizza

23rd April 2014 18:39
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savleighm:

The fact that Sir Patrick Stewart and Sir Ian Mckellen are best friends in real life makes me so happy

x

23rd April 2014 18:34
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Colonialism is when bees bust their asses to make honey but all the bottles look like bears!

Kim Crosby’s Facebook page(which quoted me yesterday!)

Holy shit, best quote fucking ever, holy shit.

(via gadaboutgreen)

OMFG I don’t LOL often but Goddamn.

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Perfect analogy is perfect.

(via jakigriot)

23rd April 2014 17:20
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23rd April 2014 16:56
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kateoplis:

The National Minimum Drinking Age Act, passed by Congress 30 years ago this July, is a gross violation of civil liberties and must be repealed. It is absurd and unjust that young Americans can vote, marry, enter contracts, and serve in the military at 18 but cannot buy an alcoholic drink in a bar…

23rd April 2014 16:55
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► reblogged from msclaras (originally dannydevitofan97)

anxious-children:

methlaboratories:

CAN I GET A HELL YEAH IF YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT YOU’RE DOING WITH YOUR LIFE AND YOU DON’T GET ENOUGH SLEEP

HELL YEAH

23rd April 2014 16:49
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► reblogged from priceofpleasantry (originally whisperingwordsofwisdom)
You came to me to learn the Pleasure of Life and the Pleasure of Art. Perhaps I am chosen to teach you something much more wonderful, the meaning of Sorrow, and its beauty.

Oscar Wilde to Lord Alfred Douglas, 1896

The most eloquent ending to a most eloquent break-up letter.

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