chevvybar:

croutoncat:

remember gotye

now he’s just somebody that we used to know

(via ci-ga-rettes-and-sad-ness)

myheart137:

capt9rs:

chepibola:

rnozzarellasticks:

memeluvr2:

my algebra teacher is pregnant and asked my class for baby names and she called on me and i panicked and said luigi

I WAS ON MY PHONE IN ART AND I READ THIS AND LAUGHED OUT LOUD AND A KID NEXT TO ME WAS LIKE “WHO ARE YOU TEXTING” AND I PANICKED AND SAID “LUIGI”

GUYS THIS SHOULD BE A THING. EVERYTIME SOMEONE ASKS YOU SOMETHING AND YOU PANIC JUST SAY LUIGI

luigi! at the disco

i’ve reblogged 3 variations of this already

(via tumbl-r01)

aarabelle:

shaywick:

Omg this is so sweet it brought tears to my eyes, the simple joys

:’}

aarabelle:

shaywick:

Omg this is so sweet it brought tears to my eyes, the simple joys

:’}

(Source: the-weird-wide-web, via ci-ga-rettes-and-sad-ness)

Blue pill

Blue pill

(Source: obstract, via whatevenismylyfe)

People don’t make you happy, your thoughts do. People don’t make you sad, your emotions do. Age doesn’t make you mature, experiences do

Movies touch our hearts and awaken our vision, and change the way we see things. They take us to other places, they open doors and minds. Movies are the memories of our lifetime, we need to keep them alive.”

(Source: bradleycoopr, via whatevenismylyfe)

revenez:

alyssaanaconda:

vichious:

longen:

sonnengekuesst:

how comes i didn’t have this on my blog already

this is what it feels like to have a depression i mean it literally feels like a monster in your body that needs to get out, one way or another 

this gives me the chills

i feel like its the opposite actually, the monster is on the outside, consuming you, making you nothing; forgotten and you fight your hardest trying to come out, showing the world that whats portrayed isnt you. yelling screaming pushing but no one can hear you because youre on the inside

these two different interpretations are both so valid omg this could be a picture of depression trying to scape me or me trying to escape it it’s like a paradox of sad

revenez:

alyssaanaconda:

vichious:

longen:

sonnengekuesst:

how comes i didn’t have this on my blog already

this is what it feels like to have a depression i mean it literally feels like a monster in your body that needs to get out, one way or another 

this gives me the chills

i feel like its the opposite actually, the monster is on the outside, consuming you, making you nothing; forgotten and you fight your hardest trying to come out, showing the world that whats portrayed isnt you. yelling screaming pushing but no one can hear you because youre on the inside

these two different interpretations are both so valid omg this could be a picture of depression trying to scape me or me trying to escape it it’s like a paradox of sad

(Source: insomnija, via penumbradreamer)

whoisyourpaddy:

well, now I know what I’m doing every time a car alarm goes off

(Source: merakiandmelaninblooms, via baerito)

maraudinq:

I thought this was going to be funny but it got really sad really fast

maraudinq:

I thought this was going to be funny but it got really sad really fast

(Source: babylandbrat, via thaliasaur)

hallelujahweddings:

I sat down in the grass because I was tired of standing and he sat beside me then someone made me laugh and it ended up being one of the best photos of the entire day.

hallelujahweddings:

I sat down in the grass because I was tired of standing and he sat beside me then someone made me laugh and it ended up being one of the best photos of the entire day.

(via rihanna-babe)

wastelaxd:

All Time Low - A Love Like War

wastelaxd:

All Time Low - A Love Like War

(via f0reverendshere)

cramp:

i would lick Robbie too

(Source: voldermorte, via cinnamon-toast-crunch)

micdotcom:

Potent minimalist art sends a strong message about police and vigilante brutality in America

Journalist and artist Shirin Barghi has created a gripping, thought-provoking series of graphics that not only examines racial prejudice in today’s America, but also captures the sense of humanity that often gets lost in news coverage. Titled “Last Words,” the graphics illustrate the last recorded words by Brown and other young black people — Trayvon Martin, Oscar Grant and others — who have been killed by police in recent years.

Let us not forget their voices

(via thatonenerdywhiteguy)