yrmaw:

harrysgettinhead:

british people are so fucking cute

they called christmas lights ‘fairy lights’

they called sweaters ‘jumpers’

sneakers are ‘trainers’

they say ‘you alright/you ok’ instead of ‘how are you’

i quit

fuck off you condescending twat

why are there so many assholes on tumblr

(via chinwesterbros)


logicd:

HQ version here:
http://i.imgur.com/njT40Dy.png

10 years ago this would be satire. But not today.

(via justwestofweird)


who is even gonna read it anyway?

pikkah:

BOLD WHATS TRUE ABOUT YOU

pikkah:

You just learned a bit about me:

  • I am a cuddler.
  • I am a morning person.
  • I am an only child.
  • I am currently in my pajamas.
  • I am currently pregnant.
  • I am left handed.
  • l am right handed
  • I am ambidextrous
  • I am a little shy around other genders.
  • I bite my nails.
  • I can be paranoid at times.
  • I enjoy country music.
  • I enjoy smoothies. 
  • I enjoy talking on the phone.
  • I have a car.
  • I have/had a hard time paying attention at school.
  • I have a hidden talent ??
  • I have a pet.
  • I have a tendency to fall for the “wrong” person.
  • I have all my grandparents. 
  • I have been to another country.
  • I have been told that I have an unusual sense of humor.
  • I have or had broken a bone.
  • I have caller I.D. on my phone.
  • I have bathed someone. 
  • I have changed a diaper.
  • I have changed a lot over the past year.
  • I have friends who have never seen my natural hair color.
  • I have had major/minor surgery.
  • I have had my hair cut within the last week.
  • I have mood swings.
  • I have no idea what I want to do for the rest of my life.
  • I have rejected someone before.
  • I like the taste of blood. 
  • I love Michael Jackson.
  • I love sleeping.
  • I love to shop.
  • I own 100 CDs or more.
  • I own and use a library card.
  • I read books for pleasure in my spare time. 
  • I sleep a lot during the day. 
  • I watch soap operas on a regular basis.
  • I work at a job that I enjoy.
  • I am wearing socks.
  • I am tired.
  • I love to paint/draw/sketch/sculpt.
  • I consume at least one alcoholic drink every month.

I have/had:

  • Finished college.
  • Smoked cigarettes. 
  • Ridden every ride at an amusement park.
  • Collected something really stupid.
  • Gone to a concert.
  • Helped someone.
  • Spun turn tables.
  • Watched four movies in one night.
  • Been broken up with. 
  • Taken a college level course. 
  • Been in a car accident.
  • Been in a tornado.
  • Watched someone die.
  • Been to a funeral.
  • Burned yourself. 
  • Ran a marathon.
  • Your parents got divorced.
  • Cried yourself to sleep. 
  • Spent over $200 in one day.
  • Cheated on someone.
  • Been cheated on.
  • Written a 10 page letter.
  • Had a best friend.
  • Lost someone you loved.
  • Skipped school.
  • Gotten in trouble for something you didn’t do.
  • Stolen books from the library. 
  • Been in a mental hospital.
  • Watched the “Harry Potter” movies.
  • Fired a gun.
  • Been in a school play.
  • Been fired from a job.
  • Taken a lie detector test.
  • Swam with dolphins.
  • Attempted suicide.
  • Written poetry.
  • Read more than 20 books a year.
  • Gone to Europe.
  • Loved someone you couldn’t have.
  • Used a colouring book over age 12.
  • Had surgery.
  • Had stitches.
  • Taken a taxi.
  • Had more than 5 online conversations going at once. 
  • Had a hamster.
  • Dyed your hair.
  • Had something pierced.
  • Gotten straight A’s.
  • Been handcuffed.

My hair is naturally the color:

  • Light brown
  • Medium brown
  • Dark brown 
  • Blonde
  • Black
  • Dirty blonde
  • Strawberry blonde
  • Multicoloured
  • Red

My eyes are:

  • Brown
  • Dark Brown
  • Blue
  • Green 
  • Hazel
  • Light brown
  • A combination of things
  • Ice Blue
  • Grey

Some of my biggest fears are:

  • Spiders/other insects 
  • Slimy things
  • Dying
  • Doctor/Dentist appointments 
  • Hospitals
  • Needles
  • Disease
  • Being alone in the dark- I can’t even handle this one
  • Heights
  • Small spaces
  • Oceans/large bodies of water
  • Holes
  • Large animals
  • Small animals
  • Open spaces
  • Lightning
  • Tornadoes

I have:

  • A friend with benefits
  • A laptop in my room
  • A television in my room
  • Good grades
  • My own car 
  • Married parents

why not

(via atariporn)




babedragon:

babedragon:

radiolarian-ooze:

there are a lot of popular text posts about being cranky, lazy, or socially inept that float around

and i used to think they were funny in a self-deprecating-humor sort of way

but i am beginning to figure out that people on this website are proud of…

shut up

???

I don’t see how “#this is #ableism” when I’m fed up with people taking pride and parading around common problems like this. Should they be ashamed of these things, whether it’s an actual mental disorder or a simple habit? No. Should they parade it around like the problem is the best thing in the world/mock the idea of it (whether they’re mocking themselves or not)? No. In fact, that sounds very similar to how everyone on here complains about writers romanticizing things like depression in movies and books. People on here aren’t necessarily romanticizing, but they’re achieving the same goal: making the problem seem less severe than it truly is.

When they are proud because they find success in working past/have risen above these difficulties? Yes. Absolutely. That’s one of the greatest success stories someone can have, in my opinion; because they recognized and overcame a problem within themselves. And that takes a lot of emotional turmoil and hard work, honestly.

But don’t fucking tell me to shut up because you don’t agree. You don’t know me, you don’t know why I have a problem with the posts that the original poster mentioned, so you can close that entitled-trap of yours. Whether you’re allowed to have an opinion or not does not mean that your thoughts are automatically right or valid.


babedragon:

radiolarian-ooze:

there are a lot of popular text posts about being cranky, lazy, or socially inept that float around 

and i used to think they were funny in a self-deprecating-humor sort of way

but i am beginning to figure out that people on this website are proud of barely functioning and that is really unsettling

shut up

i’m just glad i’m not the only one who’s noticed this

like it’s one thing to be able to laugh at your faults and find a sense of community with people who share those same faults (which there’s nothing wrong with)

but it’s a completely different thing to take pride in something that could potentially ruin your grades/social interactions/first impressions people have of you/etc. because as much as everyone here seems to hate those things, they are still very much necessary in life


irishgleelock:

listen to me carefully

  • wanting gay couples in mainstream movies is notfetishising"  homosexuality
  • being bored of constantly seeing straight couples in movies and media is not heterophobia
  • wanting to see more gay couple movies that are not about being gay is not glorifying gay relationships

wanting to see more of the LGBT community in the media and on the screens is not a bad thing

it is treating people like they should be — as normal

I want all this, plus a representation of bisexuality without having a character fucking cheat on their partner to “realize” their sexuality bc i’m getting fucking sick of these stereotypes

(via unicornsandbandsandstuff)


fortheloveofhulk:

666meme:

lila-mond:

666meme:

irene-sherlocked-adler:

666meme:

666meme:

need an ark?

i noah guy 

Did you just

i want a two paper essay on why that comment was necessary

by God’s name I am going to give you that essay or damn me to hell

I will do this for the sake of irene-sherlocked-adler

THIS PERSON ACTUALLY WROTE A TWO PAGE ESSAY ON WHY THAT COMMENT WAS NECESSARY I AM SCREAMING

SHE CITED HER FUCKING SOURCES SHITDAMN

"6. i.e. bitch i might be"

(via durbancries)


doctors-for-real-justice:

staystrong-andjustkeepswimming:

amybloodyashlynn:

radicanal-taco:

longsleevesandfakesmiles:

somedetailsinthefabric:

3nchant:

peetababy:


You better all fucking reblog this.

this

This is honestly amazing. I love this so much.

amazing.

perfect

Wow

This gave me chills

This made me cry

And I can’t stress this enough, as roughly 33% of Tumblr is from America: American laws state that if you encourage someone to commit suicide, and they do, you are held directly responsible for their death. The charges, I believe, are either assisting suicide or manslaughter.
-Three

Same exact thing happened here where I live. A freshman at my friend’s school took his life a few weeks ago due to bullying by some kids in his class, especially by another boy. Apparently, the entire freshmen class (in fact, the entire fucking school) was (obviously) horrified, devastated, and emotionally destroyed when their principal went in front of them at an assembly and loosely explained that “he had passed away” the day before. When my friend told me about this, she told me about how she had cried and prayed for his soul. When I went home that night, I cried and prayed as well even though I’m not necessarily religious. I didn’t know him at all, but I’ll never stop feeling this pain in my chest when people talk about suicide. I’ve been there. Maybe not as far as planning out my death, but I have been put under a minor suicide watch before. But I understand the pain that comes with thoughts of suicide, so I’ll always ache and cry over those who didn’t survive it like I did.
Maybe people think no one will care if someone commits suicide. But to put things in perspective, well, everyone cared. No one around where I lived knew the kid, but it ruins you when it happens in your own community. Whether it’s because people are grieving over their loved one, they feel guilty bc they thought they “could have done something”, they’re like me and they hate the thought of ANYONE ever being in so much pain, or they’re simply tender-hearted about death in general.
Last I heard, the main bully (who, obviously, harassed the kid the most) is on a severe suicide watch. He’s so guilty and disgusted with himself because he had been maybe one of few causes this kid offed himself, that he immediately sunk into a deep depression and is contemplating suicide. I imagine that he was being a stupid teenager like his friends and most 15-17 year olds across the country, making fun of some kid to feel better about themselves, doing really, really stupid things. I’d like to give him the benefit of the doubt and say that suicide was never even an option in this community.
I’m also saying this because the guilt he will face for the rest of his entire life will consume him and he’ll live in regret and despair until he finds some sort of forgiveness within himself. Should he have bullied the kid? Absolutely not. But he’s still a kid as well and bullying still isn’t exactly portrayed in reality, so his suicidal-guilt is proof enough to me that he honest-to-God didn’t know what he was doing. It just proves to me more that this is something that needs to be made aware of more often; explaining to kids that “no, you can’t put someone down to feel better”. And if someone says that their special-snowflake kids are “too young” or “too innocent” to know that their words can hurt, please go explain this to the parents of a 10-year-old suicide/bullying-victim or even another suicidal victim of bullying (12) where the bullies didn’t give two shits about her death (12 and 14).
So no, my friends. Your children are not protected under your little bubble from the horrors of this world.
But why hide it from them? This is what causes suicide, bullying, harassment, etc. They’re too protected from this stuff to be well-educated about results of their actions, and bad things happen. Very bad things. This is why it’s so, so, so important that we bring awareness to bullying. This is why we don’t dismiss the feelings of teenagers or even fucking children simply because we underestimate them.
I still pray for those who have taken their own lives and hope their memory lasts with respect and a new perspective on how foul words can affect someone. I also pray for people like the bully, who have seen the error of their ways and are in pain because of it, because they’re more enlightened but the cost can easily be a lifetime of guilt and misery. I would never wish suicide or depression on a person, no matter how vicious they are. Why? Because I’ve been there. Because I understand.
To be honest, I just don’t know where I went with this post. But I saw it and I really wanted to share these stories. I don’t think I’ve commented on a post about suicide before, so this is pretty personal for me. I love how flowersinbonecages responded to the message (using explanations for why the words are bad) and I hope to God that he/she is still alright, and I promise that things do get better when you stick it out until the end.

doctors-for-real-justice:

staystrong-andjustkeepswimming:

amybloodyashlynn:

radicanal-taco:

longsleevesandfakesmiles:

somedetailsinthefabric:

3nchant:

peetababy:

You better all fucking reblog this.

this

This is honestly amazing. I love this so much.

amazing.

perfect

Wow

This gave me chills

This made me cry

And I can’t stress this enough, as roughly 33% of Tumblr is from America: American laws state that if you encourage someone to commit suicide, and they do, you are held directly responsible for their death. The charges, I believe, are either assisting suicide or manslaughter.

-Three

Same exact thing happened here where I live. A freshman at my friend’s school took his life a few weeks ago due to bullying by some kids in his class, especially by another boy. Apparently, the entire freshmen class (in fact, the entire fucking school) was (obviously) horrified, devastated, and emotionally destroyed when their principal went in front of them at an assembly and loosely explained that “he had passed away” the day before. When my friend told me about this, she told me about how she had cried and prayed for his soul. When I went home that night, I cried and prayed as well even though I’m not necessarily religious. I didn’t know him at all, but I’ll never stop feeling this pain in my chest when people talk about suicide. I’ve been there. Maybe not as far as planning out my death, but I have been put under a minor suicide watch before. But I understand the pain that comes with thoughts of suicide, so I’ll always ache and cry over those who didn’t survive it like I did.

Maybe people think no one will care if someone commits suicide. But to put things in perspective, well, everyone cared. No one around where I lived knew the kid, but it ruins you when it happens in your own community. Whether it’s because people are grieving over their loved one, they feel guilty bc they thought they “could have done something”, they’re like me and they hate the thought of ANYONE ever being in so much pain, or they’re simply tender-hearted about death in general.

Last I heard, the main bully (who, obviously, harassed the kid the most) is on a severe suicide watch. He’s so guilty and disgusted with himself because he had been maybe one of few causes this kid offed himself, that he immediately sunk into a deep depression and is contemplating suicide. I imagine that he was being a stupid teenager like his friends and most 15-17 year olds across the country, making fun of some kid to feel better about themselves, doing really, really stupid things. I’d like to give him the benefit of the doubt and say that suicide was never even an option in this community.

I’m also saying this because the guilt he will face for the rest of his entire life will consume him and he’ll live in regret and despair until he finds some sort of forgiveness within himself. Should he have bullied the kid? Absolutely not. But he’s still a kid as well and bullying still isn’t exactly portrayed in reality, so his suicidal-guilt is proof enough to me that he honest-to-God didn’t know what he was doing. It just proves to me more that this is something that needs to be made aware of more often; explaining to kids that “no, you can’t put someone down to feel better”. And if someone says that their special-snowflake kids are “too young” or “too innocent” to know that their words can hurt, please go explain this to the parents of a 10-year-old suicide/bullying-victim or even another suicidal victim of bullying (12) where the bullies didn’t give two shits about her death (12 and 14).

So no, my friends. Your children are not protected under your little bubble from the horrors of this world.

But why hide it from them? This is what causes suicide, bullying, harassment, etc. They’re too protected from this stuff to be well-educated about results of their actions, and bad things happen. Very bad things. This is why it’s so, so, so important that we bring awareness to bullying. This is why we don’t dismiss the feelings of teenagers or even fucking children simply because we underestimate them.

I still pray for those who have taken their own lives and hope their memory lasts with respect and a new perspective on how foul words can affect someone. I also pray for people like the bully, who have seen the error of their ways and are in pain because of it, because they’re more enlightened but the cost can easily be a lifetime of guilt and misery. I would never wish suicide or depression on a person, no matter how vicious they are. Why? Because I’ve been there. Because I understand.

To be honest, I just don’t know where I went with this post. But I saw it and I really wanted to share these stories. I don’t think I’ve commented on a post about suicide before, so this is pretty personal for me. I love how flowersinbonecages responded to the message (using explanations for why the words are bad) and I hope to God that he/she is still alright, and I promise that things do get better when you stick it out until the end.

(via justwestofweird)