pridedean:

but just imagine

just imagine how broken dean is gonna be after he’s cured back to human

how broken he is gonna be when he finds out what happened to him

when he finds out that he had turned into a demon

the thing he hates most in the whole world

just imagine

just imagine how hurt dean is gonna be

(via jensensbeautifulfreckles)

arthurisagoodnameforahorse:

Stats Britain on Doctor Who Part Two (Part One) arthurisagoodnameforahorse:

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Stats Britain on Doctor Who Part Two (Part One) arthurisagoodnameforahorse:

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 Explaining freedom to angels is a bit like teaching poetry to fish.

















 Explaining freedom to angels is a bit like teaching poetry to fish.

















 Explaining freedom to angels is a bit like teaching poetry to fish.

















 Explaining freedom to angels is a bit like teaching poetry to fish.

It’s a long and lonely road, when you know you walk alone

It’s a long and lonely road, when you know you walk alone

It’s a long and lonely road, when you know you walk alone

It’s a long and lonely road, when you know you walk alone

It’s a long and lonely road, when you know you walk alone

It’s a long and lonely road, when you know you walk alone

It’s a long and lonely road, when you know you walk alone

we joke about procrastination but nothing is worse than the nauseating feeling of having every intention of doing something but physically not being capable of doing it and then feeling like you want to throw up because the deadline is just getting closer and closer.

(Source: lifeafterbeths, via jensensbeautifulfreckles)

frrostbytte:

This is literally one of the best pieces of writing I’ve ever come across in my life.

frrostbytte:

This is literally one of the best pieces of writing I’ve ever come across in my life.

(via acciothenoseofvoldemort)


For me it was just a really big goodbye and easily heartbreaking. It wasn’t one of those things to think about it. Josh [Holloway] is really strong, so I was on this pulley, and I had them loosen the pulley so he’d really be holding me up, and it killed both of us every time. When my hand slipped from his, it was because he couldn’t hold on any longer. So that hit us with a real punch… We were broken-hearted and crying quite a bit. -Elizabeth Mitchell

For me it was just a really big goodbye and easily heartbreaking. It wasn’t one of those things to think about it. Josh [Holloway] is really strong, so I was on this pulley, and I had them loosen the pulley so he’d really be holding me up, and it killed both of us every time. When my hand slipped from his, it was because he couldn’t hold on any longer. So that hit us with a real punch… We were broken-hearted and crying quite a bit. -Elizabeth Mitchell

For me it was just a really big goodbye and easily heartbreaking. It wasn’t one of those things to think about it. Josh [Holloway] is really strong, so I was on this pulley, and I had them loosen the pulley so he’d really be holding me up, and it killed both of us every time. When my hand slipped from his, it was because he couldn’t hold on any longer. So that hit us with a real punch… We were broken-hearted and crying quite a bit. -Elizabeth Mitchell

For me it was just a really big goodbye and easily heartbreaking. It wasn’t one of those things to think about it. Josh [Holloway] is really strong, so I was on this pulley, and I had them loosen the pulley so he’d really be holding me up, and it killed both of us every time. When my hand slipped from his, it was because he couldn’t hold on any longer. So that hit us with a real punch… We were broken-hearted and crying quite a bit. -Elizabeth Mitchell

For me it was just a really big goodbye and easily heartbreaking. It wasn’t one of those things to think about it. Josh [Holloway] is really strong, so I was on this pulley, and I had them loosen the pulley so he’d really be holding me up, and it killed both of us every time. When my hand slipped from his, it was because he couldn’t hold on any longer. So that hit us with a real punch… We were broken-hearted and crying quite a bit. -Elizabeth Mitchell

For me it was just a really big goodbye and easily heartbreaking. It wasn’t one of those things to think about it. Josh [Holloway] is really strong, so I was on this pulley, and I had them loosen the pulley so he’d really be holding me up, and it killed both of us every time. When my hand slipped from his, it was because he couldn’t hold on any longer. So that hit us with a real punch… We were broken-hearted and crying quite a bit. -Elizabeth Mitchell
rainbowthinker:

| Soumako Week | Day 5 - Established relationship/confession |
They got drunk and thought they could get away with it. Turns out they’re both idiots, and things will never be the same way again. Though its not really a bad thing.
rainbowthinker:

| Soumako Week | Day 5 - Established relationship/confession |
They got drunk and thought they could get away with it. Turns out they’re both idiots, and things will never be the same way again. Though its not really a bad thing.
fangdecay:

captainamericaisavirgin:

benmclemore:

somebody DO SOMETHING

i’ve added this before but this is the most important story that i have
this was published in the vancouver sun like 2 years ago, and i remember reading the paper after class while my sister was watching tv or something, and i burst out laughing when i read the headline. and so im tell her to look, and show her the article and she says “what’s a rim job” and my dad looked up at me and we held eye contact for like. a whole minute and we just had a terrible moment where he knew that i knew what a rim job was, and i knew that he knew what a rim job was and now that’s a reality that we have to face together

that commentary was beautiful

fangdecay:

captainamericaisavirgin:

benmclemore:

somebody DO SOMETHING

i’ve added this before but this is the most important story that i have

this was published in the vancouver sun like 2 years ago, and i remember reading the paper after class while my sister was watching tv or something, and i burst out laughing when i read the headline. and so im tell her to look, and show her the article and she says “what’s a rim job” and my dad looked up at me and we held eye contact for like. a whole minute and we just had a terrible moment where he knew that i knew what a rim job was, and i knew that he knew what a rim job was and now that’s a reality that we have to face together

that commentary was beautiful

(Source: seanorr, via semi-attractive)

uncle-tomfoolery:

jimmwhy:

tbh this moment made me reconsider all my life choices

MY LORD

(via tyleroakley)

feuntes:

Pierce the Veil - Chemical Kids and Mechanical Brides

feuntes:

Pierce the Veil - Chemical Kids and Mechanical Brides

(via wholetjackdrive)

jag-me-baby:

psych2go:

For more posts like these, go psych2go. For our mission page, go here. 

The second one is VERY important; *** being ostracized is more mentally damaging than being bullied. ***
Don’t know how many ways I can say this; being told “go away”, ignored completely when you speak, being chosen last for teams all say “you are worthless to us”
Kids think they are being nicer by not picking on someone that annoys them, and they are right. However, at least when a child is being picked on, however horribly, it means their existence has been noticed and has caused a reaction.
The cool kids hate it when the teachers pick the teams or assign students to work together in group. The ostracized kids are always relieved (of course by this point many would rather work alone after years of being rebuffed). 
We need to teach our children not only to not bully and belittle, but to also be inclusive; to respond in some sort of non-negative way to kids they would rather ignore. It’s not easy, but being told by a peer that they are worthy of positive notice could improve - and maybe even save - a life.
jag-me-baby:

psych2go:

For more posts like these, go psych2go. For our mission page, go here. 

The second one is VERY important; *** being ostracized is more mentally damaging than being bullied. ***
Don’t know how many ways I can say this; being told “go away”, ignored completely when you speak, being chosen last for teams all say “you are worthless to us”
Kids think they are being nicer by not picking on someone that annoys them, and they are right. However, at least when a child is being picked on, however horribly, it means their existence has been noticed and has caused a reaction.
The cool kids hate it when the teachers pick the teams or assign students to work together in group. The ostracized kids are always relieved (of course by this point many would rather work alone after years of being rebuffed). 
We need to teach our children not only to not bully and belittle, but to also be inclusive; to respond in some sort of non-negative way to kids they would rather ignore. It’s not easy, but being told by a peer that they are worthy of positive notice could improve - and maybe even save - a life.
jag-me-baby:

psych2go:

For more posts like these, go psych2go. For our mission page, go here. 

The second one is VERY important; *** being ostracized is more mentally damaging than being bullied. ***
Don’t know how many ways I can say this; being told “go away”, ignored completely when you speak, being chosen last for teams all say “you are worthless to us”
Kids think they are being nicer by not picking on someone that annoys them, and they are right. However, at least when a child is being picked on, however horribly, it means their existence has been noticed and has caused a reaction.
The cool kids hate it when the teachers pick the teams or assign students to work together in group. The ostracized kids are always relieved (of course by this point many would rather work alone after years of being rebuffed). 
We need to teach our children not only to not bully and belittle, but to also be inclusive; to respond in some sort of non-negative way to kids they would rather ignore. It’s not easy, but being told by a peer that they are worthy of positive notice could improve - and maybe even save - a life.
jag-me-baby:

psych2go:

For more posts like these, go psych2go. For our mission page, go here. 

The second one is VERY important; *** being ostracized is more mentally damaging than being bullied. ***
Don’t know how many ways I can say this; being told “go away”, ignored completely when you speak, being chosen last for teams all say “you are worthless to us”
Kids think they are being nicer by not picking on someone that annoys them, and they are right. However, at least when a child is being picked on, however horribly, it means their existence has been noticed and has caused a reaction.
The cool kids hate it when the teachers pick the teams or assign students to work together in group. The ostracized kids are always relieved (of course by this point many would rather work alone after years of being rebuffed). 
We need to teach our children not only to not bully and belittle, but to also be inclusive; to respond in some sort of non-negative way to kids they would rather ignore. It’s not easy, but being told by a peer that they are worthy of positive notice could improve - and maybe even save - a life.
jag-me-baby:

psych2go:

For more posts like these, go psych2go. For our mission page, go here. 

The second one is VERY important; *** being ostracized is more mentally damaging than being bullied. ***
Don’t know how many ways I can say this; being told “go away”, ignored completely when you speak, being chosen last for teams all say “you are worthless to us”
Kids think they are being nicer by not picking on someone that annoys them, and they are right. However, at least when a child is being picked on, however horribly, it means their existence has been noticed and has caused a reaction.
The cool kids hate it when the teachers pick the teams or assign students to work together in group. The ostracized kids are always relieved (of course by this point many would rather work alone after years of being rebuffed). 
We need to teach our children not only to not bully and belittle, but to also be inclusive; to respond in some sort of non-negative way to kids they would rather ignore. It’s not easy, but being told by a peer that they are worthy of positive notice could improve - and maybe even save - a life.
jag-me-baby:

psych2go:

For more posts like these, go psych2go. For our mission page, go here. 

The second one is VERY important; *** being ostracized is more mentally damaging than being bullied. ***
Don’t know how many ways I can say this; being told “go away”, ignored completely when you speak, being chosen last for teams all say “you are worthless to us”
Kids think they are being nicer by not picking on someone that annoys them, and they are right. However, at least when a child is being picked on, however horribly, it means their existence has been noticed and has caused a reaction.
The cool kids hate it when the teachers pick the teams or assign students to work together in group. The ostracized kids are always relieved (of course by this point many would rather work alone after years of being rebuffed). 
We need to teach our children not only to not bully and belittle, but to also be inclusive; to respond in some sort of non-negative way to kids they would rather ignore. It’s not easy, but being told by a peer that they are worthy of positive notice could improve - and maybe even save - a life.
jag-me-baby:

psych2go:

For more posts like these, go psych2go. For our mission page, go here. 

The second one is VERY important; *** being ostracized is more mentally damaging than being bullied. ***
Don’t know how many ways I can say this; being told “go away”, ignored completely when you speak, being chosen last for teams all say “you are worthless to us”
Kids think they are being nicer by not picking on someone that annoys them, and they are right. However, at least when a child is being picked on, however horribly, it means their existence has been noticed and has caused a reaction.
The cool kids hate it when the teachers pick the teams or assign students to work together in group. The ostracized kids are always relieved (of course by this point many would rather work alone after years of being rebuffed). 
We need to teach our children not only to not bully and belittle, but to also be inclusive; to respond in some sort of non-negative way to kids they would rather ignore. It’s not easy, but being told by a peer that they are worthy of positive notice could improve - and maybe even save - a life.
jag-me-baby:

psych2go:

For more posts like these, go psych2go. For our mission page, go here. 

The second one is VERY important; *** being ostracized is more mentally damaging than being bullied. ***
Don’t know how many ways I can say this; being told “go away”, ignored completely when you speak, being chosen last for teams all say “you are worthless to us”
Kids think they are being nicer by not picking on someone that annoys them, and they are right. However, at least when a child is being picked on, however horribly, it means their existence has been noticed and has caused a reaction.
The cool kids hate it when the teachers pick the teams or assign students to work together in group. The ostracized kids are always relieved (of course by this point many would rather work alone after years of being rebuffed). 
We need to teach our children not only to not bully and belittle, but to also be inclusive; to respond in some sort of non-negative way to kids they would rather ignore. It’s not easy, but being told by a peer that they are worthy of positive notice could improve - and maybe even save - a life.
jag-me-baby:

psych2go:

For more posts like these, go psych2go. For our mission page, go here. 

The second one is VERY important; *** being ostracized is more mentally damaging than being bullied. ***
Don’t know how many ways I can say this; being told “go away”, ignored completely when you speak, being chosen last for teams all say “you are worthless to us”
Kids think they are being nicer by not picking on someone that annoys them, and they are right. However, at least when a child is being picked on, however horribly, it means their existence has been noticed and has caused a reaction.
The cool kids hate it when the teachers pick the teams or assign students to work together in group. The ostracized kids are always relieved (of course by this point many would rather work alone after years of being rebuffed). 
We need to teach our children not only to not bully and belittle, but to also be inclusive; to respond in some sort of non-negative way to kids they would rather ignore. It’s not easy, but being told by a peer that they are worthy of positive notice could improve - and maybe even save - a life.

Imperfection is beauty, madness is genius and it's better to beabsolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring. Marilyn Monroe

Imperfection is beauty, madness is genius and it's better to beabsolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring. Marilyn Monroe

Imperfection is beauty, madness is genius and it's better to beabsolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring. Marilyn Monroe

Imperfection is beauty, madness is genius and it's better to beabsolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring. Marilyn Monroe