The Taste of Blood

Stil not dead yet.


I won’t take selfies with other people y’all don’t know my angles


God doesn’t want you to be happy, he wants you to be strong.

40 days, 21 hours since Mike Brown was killed.



It’s my bed

Favourite Screen Costumes || Belle’s green gown (La Belle et la Bête 2014)

Costumes by: Pierre-Yves Gayraud

© James Dimmock

DEAD MAN WALKING | It seemed like a good idea at the time, the immortality, the eternal youth. 

i’ll prolly die b4 i finish rereadin asoiaf ‘n the vampire chronicles tbh

I’m definitely Pro-Selfie. I think that anybody who’s Anti-Selfie is really just a hater. Because, truthfully, why shouldn’t people take pictures of themselves ? When I’m on Instagram and I see that somebody took a picture of themselves, I’m like ‘Thank You’.
I don’t need to see a picture of the sky, the trees, plants. There’s only one you.
I could Google image search ‘the sky’ and I would probably see beautiful images to knock my socks off. But I can’t google, you know ‘what does my friend look like today?’
For you to be able to take a picture of yourself that you feel good enough about to share with the world - I think that’s a great thing

– Ezra Koenig being the most adorable human being ever (via unmaiden)
Pop punk bands saying "friends"

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Pop punk bands saying “friends”



why do they always showcase ‘bullies’ in cartoons as being some punk with a mohawk like

when was the last time you saw a cool guy in a leather jacket not minding his own business it’s usually some basic asshole in a graphic tee that has something to say


About Orange is the New Black's erasure of Piper's bisexuality Lindsay King-Miller writes: "It’s as though this show (and really, almost all fiction) exists in a parallel universe where everything is the same except that the word "bisexual" was never invented. … the bi erasure in Orange Is the New Black doesn’t seem to come from individual characters so much as it emerges from the fabric of the show itself, particularly since the characters on the show who erase or disrespect Piper’s orientation are never portrayed as wrong or flawed for doing so. … Contrast this, for example, with the portrayal of Laverne Cox’s Sophia, a trans woman. It would be absurd to tell a story about a trans woman that features no discrimination, and Orange doesn’t try. But the show does offer Sophia ample opportunity to respond to transphobic policies and comments, to speak out against the way the system and people within it attempt to dehumanize her, to tell her own story in her own words. Piper, on the other hand, almost never gets to correct anyone for projecting binary assumptions onto her.”