magik0rp:

Bitch please, I can totally match Ariana Grande’s vocal range. Just throw a cockroach at me

tall-dark-n-creepy:

dajo42:

whenever somebody says like “so what did you do today?” just look off into the distance and say “the right thing”

Then stare right into their eyes and say, “I hope”

spookygoo:

I was talking about why Chef Gordon Ramsay was so angry all the time, and explained that he originally wanted to be a professional soccer player but suffered a really bad knee injury and couldn’t play anymore, so he poured himself into cooking and culinary arts to help with his anger issues, but his abusive alcoholic father disapproved of his cooking and died before ever tasting any of it and I realized that Gordon Ramsay has the most anime backstory ever.

halwaaaa:

tastefullyoffensive:

Kids Who Are Terrible at Hide and Seek [via]

Previously: Kids Who Shouldn’t Play Sports

This post gives me life

clown-dick:

for someone who pretends to have no emotions whatsoever im really sensitive

digitalmovie:

Literally these two emojis define my entire life.

(Source: de4ctivate)

These last few have been the most stressful days of my life so far and not being able to talk to anyone about why is killing me.

"To me, home was never a place; it was a feeling. It was the way the people I loved said my name."


  • person: get your license
  • me: The Road Is A Terrifying Place And I Am Very Afraid To Drive

shellfish-machiness:

You know who else is underrated? Owl City. This introverted guy who wrote a bunch of songs on his computer in his parents basement. With lyrics like “reality is a lovely place, but I wouldn’t wanna live there” and “please take a long hard look through your textbook, cause I’m history” and he tweets stuff like “got groceries. Enough social interaction for the week” and “girl I ain’t no astronaut, but I need a little space” and I love owl city

unfollowfriday:

when you and your buddy are low on potassium

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dajo42:

whenever somebody says like “so what did you do today?” just look off into the distance and say “the right thing”