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sunflower-mama:

I wanna sit outside on the drizzly porch with you every morning, waiting for our tea to cool down as we tell eachother about our dreams.

sunflower-mama:

I wanna sit outside on the drizzly porch with you every morning, waiting for our tea to cool down as we tell eachother about our dreams.

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neil-gaiman:

travisellisor:

Death’s Trophy Wall by Sam Kieth

I love Sam.

neil-gaiman:

travisellisor:

Death’s Trophy Wall by Sam Kieth

I love Sam.

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knowles-teller:

marilyn manson as not manson is still manson. inception.

(Source: reaperjax)

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Man crush (x)

(Source: emlary, via hothunnam)

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babymadrid:

Never forget Marcelo’s struggle, and the moment when Ronaldo was completely done with his shit.

babymadrid:

Never forget Marcelo’s struggle, and the moment when Ronaldo was completely done with his shit.

(via fuckmestupid)

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meadow—sage:

wheniwasachild:

Please stop funding the animal agriculture industry, it wastes more water than anything. Please stop funding the depletion and destruction of resources. Here is a link describing the way that animal agriculture in general pollutes the Earth/wastes resources: http://www.onegreenplanet.org/animalsandnature/facts-on-animal-farming-and-the-environment/Here is a link that describes, in depth, the water footprint of animal agriculture compared to vegetables:http://www.waterfootprint.org/Reports/Mekonnen-Hoekstra-2012-WaterFootprintFarmAnimalProducts.pdfIt is obvious that animal agriculture is literally drying up the Earth and destroying it in other ways as well. Please do not fund this. 


:’( also please don’t buy bottled water. My friend has a spring on his property and it doesn’t even fill up enough to have a garden

meadow—sage:

wheniwasachild:

Please stop funding the animal agriculture industry, it wastes more water than anything. Please stop funding the depletion and destruction of resources. 

Here is a link describing the way that animal agriculture in general pollutes the Earth/wastes resources: 
http://www.onegreenplanet.org/animalsandnature/facts-on-animal-farming-and-the-environment/

Here is a link that describes, in depth, the water footprint of animal agriculture compared to vegetables:
http://www.waterfootprint.org/Reports/Mekonnen-Hoekstra-2012-WaterFootprintFarmAnimalProducts.pdf

It is obvious that animal agriculture is literally drying up the Earth and destroying it in other ways as well. Please do not fund this. 

:’( also please don’t buy bottled water. My friend has a spring on his property and it doesn’t even fill up enough to have a garden

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mapsontheweb:

Cold War Alliances

Blue: First world (USA, UK and allies)
Red: Second world (Russia, China and allies)
Green: Third World: neutral and non-aligned countries.
The modern terms ‘First world’ and ‘Third World’ now have different definitions but this is the original source of the terms.

mapsontheweb:

Cold War Alliances

Blue: First world (USA, UK and allies)

Red: Second world (Russia, China and allies)

Green: Third World: neutral and non-aligned countries.

The modern terms ‘First world’ and ‘Third World’ now have different definitions but this is the original source of the terms.

(Source: Wikipedia)

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boesed:

laughinghieroglyphic:

Whoa. The MLA has officially devised a standard format to cite tweets in an academic paper. Sign of the times.

ebooks, Horse. (horse_ebooks). “Leg Butt” 18 Nov 2011, 12:38 PM. Tweet.

boesed:

laughinghieroglyphic:

Whoa. The MLA has officially devised a standard format to cite tweets in an academic paper. Sign of the times.

ebooks, Horse. (horse_ebooks). “Leg Butt” 18 Nov 2011, 12:38 PM. Tweet.

(Source: warbyparker, via lumos5001)

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Anonymous said: Why do you swear? What made you start swearing? Heard parents or friends say it?

ladykaymd:

Because sometimes you can say something is “bad” and sometimes you can say something is “awful” and sometimes you can say it’s “horrendous” and sometimes you can say it’s “ghastly”, and sometimes you say “dreadful” or “deplorable” or “heinous” or “abhorrent” or “dire” or “atrocious”. 

But sometimes none of those things really expresses what you feel except “fucked up”. 

Sometimes when someone hurts you, saying they’re a “jerk” doesn’t cover it. They’re an “asshole”, a “jackass”, a “bastard”, a “dick”. “Jerk” isn’t enough for the guy who cheated on you, or the guy who broke your heart.  

Everyone has the right to use the English language as they choose. I don’t know when I started swearing—probably in high school sometime?? And my parents don’t swear—I think I actually learned a lot of my most colorful language from books. 

But my choice is to use the english language in its most passionate form. I’m a writer. I love finding the perfect way to express something. The exact words that express rage or elation. 

The taboo associated with swearing is… alluring. 

It doesn’t make me less intelligent that I swear. Often, I think it makes you more intelligent if you know exactly how to use all parts of a language—you can maximize the power of what you say. 

Because sometimes I can say “goodbye”, and sometimes I can say “get out” and sometimes i can say “don’t call” and sometimes I can say “screw you” or “I’m gone” or “don’t let the door hit you on the way out” or “au revoir” or “ciao” or “piss off” or “bon voyage”… but sometimes the right thing to say goodbye to someone is “fuck you”. 

Simply put: I like the power in words. 

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