Uncle Ye, yall.
I loved this interview
Once you get this you must share five random facts about yourself. Then pass this on to your ten favorite followers :D
beautiful and terrible Answer:
This took way longer for me to get to than I thought it would—sorry!
1. I JUST GOT MYSELF A RECORD PLAYER FOR FIFTEEN DOLLARS.
2. I have an accidental tattoo on the palm of my left hand from a pen when I was seven or eight.
3. I hate milk. HATE. I can’t stand it.
4. Whenever I don’t know what I was going to type into a search bar, I end up typing “werewolf”. I don’t know why.
5. My favorite grammatical construct is the Oxford Comma
I’m just going to tag ten people instead of sending this off to their asks:
Okay, I got tagged! So here are 5 facts about myself:
1.) I watched all of Outlander this past Saturday in one terrible/wonderful/self-destructive sitting and it was fantastic
2.) I wholeheartedly buy into the pumpkin spice EVERYTHING phenomenon and IDGAF what anyone else says
3.) I can’t bend my pinky toes
4.) My favorite way to express disappointment or negative surprise is the phrase “Oh, balls!”
5.) I am currently looking for a creative hobby to take up, and have been researching nearby pottery studios!
I’m not going to tag anyone because I’m lazy but hey, if you wanna do this thing, do it!
It would pain me greatly if critics and viewers dismissed “Outlander” for irrelevant, trivial or condescending reasons. Don’t mistake my purpose: I’m not here to tell you “Outlander” is a perfect show. I like it, I loved a cou…
Loved this article by moryan.
I just don’t understand how this happened. But here’s a picture of a lemon from my backyard
WHAT THE EVERLOVING FUCK
when life gives yoǘ̻̬͓͎̣̟̩̦͢ ͪ̂̀̆҉̳̘̝̺̀l͇̬̹̞̻̥͕̥̗̒̎ͩ̋ͥ͆e͙̭̭̠̣̠̊́ͩ̂̓̀ṃ̛̍̂͛̈̏o̠̪̪ͤ͗͘n̵͉̣ͭͧ̿ͧ͛̀s̷̠͑ͬͫͦ̅͡ ̸͐ͤ͘҉̦̺M̰̹͙͇ͮ̉ͫͅȦ̻̔̅̇̑ͭ͛͋͘K̠̻̫̤̇̀ͥE͂ͪ͏̱̤͚͕ ̞͔̜̬̑ͯ͑͢ͅŞ͔̦̩̳̣̖ͮ͊ͨA͈̓͂̈́̀̀̚͘C̡̠̟͉ͪ͆̔ͤ͂ͪR̬͙͕ͪ̀͠Ĩ̵̖͚̑̊̓́F͎͕̄Iͬͧ̀̂̑ͪ͟͏̴̪̤ͅC̢̰̝͓̗͛ͬ̔̍̓́́̚̚Ḙ̶̠̰̳̩̳̊ͭͮ̇̇̚̕S̻͖̣̰̒̈͟
every villain is lemons
And finally, dear listeners, a reminder; several concerned citizens have brought to the city’s attention an irregularity surrounding this summer’s citrus harvest. City council would like to remind all enterprising fruit pickers to exercise reasonable caution when acquiring these fruits. Grasp the fruit firmly around its circumference, pull slowly but steadily to avoid damaging the tree, and under no circumstances heed its demands of you. Do not acknowledge or obey the depraved whisperings of the demon fruit.
And now: The Weather.
Imagine stabbing someone with this knife.
It would instantly cauterize the would, so the person wouldn’t bleed, so it’s not very useful.
if you want information it is
and above, in order, we see a gryffindor, a ravenclaw, and a slytherin
why would you stab a PERSON when you can have TOAST?
There’s the hufflepuff
Remember all the times that your heart was ripped from your chest?
Disney movies (and others like it) taught us how to love, how to cherish life and how powerful death can be. At a young age, these were very important lessons.
YOU JERK TOY STORY THREE CAME OUT WHEN I WAS 18 AND I BALWED LIKE A BABY YOUNG AGE MY FOOT
True fact, when I saw Toy Story 3 the theater was packed with teens and young adults and not a child in sight.
Every one of them was bawling by the end of the movie.
The heck thought it was a good idea to put every single emotionally traumatising childhood moment in the same gifset??!!!!
THIS IS A HORRIBLE IDEA TO PUT ALL THESE TOGETHER
LITTLEFOOT MY HEART IS BREAKING
WOW fuck this gifset
The thing about this is that sculptures like these in art history were for the male gaze. Photoshop a phone to it and suddenly she’s seen as vain and conceited. That’s why I’m 100% for selfie culture because apparently men can gawk at women but when we realize how beautiful we are we’re suddenly full of ourselves…
Girls don’t let anyone tell you loving yourself is vanity.
“You painted a naked woman because you enjoyed looking at her, put a mirror in her hand and you called the painting “Vanity,” thus morally condemning the woman whose nakedness you had depicted for you own pleasure.” ― John Berger, Ways of Seeing