Posted 5 hours ago

ashesofkarma:

lazarusfoggybottom:

Soon.

these are some high rez gifs :O

Posted 5 hours ago
My third grade teacher called my mother and said, ‘Ms. Cox, your son is going to end up in New Orleans in a dress if we don’t get him into therapy.’ And wouldn’t you know, just last week I spoke at Tulane University, and I wore a LOVELY green and black dress.
Laverne Cox, speaking at the University of Kentucky (via mylifeasjessss)

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Posted 5 hours ago
  1. week 1 of friendship: this is a cool person
  2. week 30 of friendship: this is a gay egg
Posted 12 hours ago
It ebbs and flows, it comes and goes, and nothing lasts forever, but even that doesn’t last forever.
jenn satsune (via ohsatsune)
Posted 12 hours ago

the-blog-of-anne-frank:

*flirting* so what fruit do you have in your town

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Posted 12 hours ago

cexjay:

my goal is to be the ‘we didn’t notice her in highschool but damn we should’ve’ girl

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amporatant:

image

and here’s a transparent horuss bringing guacamole to your blog

Posted 12 hours ago

tentaclethearpist:

violentvoices:

gyarodasshole:

graveunearthyou:

This is a real medical condition known as Gan’s Syndrome, an ocular retinoblastoma occurring in 0.0004% of the total retinoblastoma cases. Ruptured blood vessels create often symmetrical, or at least fractal patterns and though the eye can see, visual acuity is lowered. It can be treated but never cured, though most suffering with the condition live normal lives. Gan’s Syndrome was founded by Dr. Sharon Gan.

wow, so spine chillingly beautiful. Sometimes nature is so beautiful even if it’s hindering a person’s life. 

sadly yet again another fake post
A quick google and you can see nothing by this name exists.

no its real my cousin sasuke has this

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Posted 12 hours ago

queerhawkeye:

how to spot a fake geek boy: says deadpool is heterosexual