tylanderrr:

capnskull:

I can’t hear you, I’m wearing my jacuzzi suit!

It’s 2014. Why aren’t these real.

tylanderrr:

capnskull:

I can’t hear you, I’m wearing my jacuzzi suit!

It’s 2014. Why aren’t these real.

(via cinna-stacker)

(Source: tyrades, via hypm0tizing)

urbancatfitters:

i wonder how people describe me when they’re talking about me to someone who’s never met me

(Source: urbancatfitters, via hypm0tizing)

asvelteman:

Edward Wilding for Alcott SS 2013

(via rawrzuhlind)

internal-acceptance-movement:

Reaching out for help doesn’t make you weak or helpless.
It doesn’t make you inadequate or incapable.
It makes you human.
It takes courage and it’s a sign of strength.
It’s unrealistic to expect that you will always be able to face life’s struggles on on your own without support.
Everyone needs help sometimes.
You are no exception. 
Know that asking for help is about more than just receiving support. 
When you reach out to others, it opens the door for them to reach out to you in return. 
It builds friendships and trust, and it strengthens already existing bonds. 
It gives people the opportunity to reinforce their own healthy voice, and it helps you to develop yours.
When you reach out for help, you aren’t proving that you’re powerless.
You’re proving that you have the courage to take care of yourself.
Reaching out may not be easy or comfortable, but it definitely beats feeling lonely, isolated, and defeated.
It’s time to let go of your fear.
To stop letting it prevent you from moving forward.
It’s time to use your voice.
To speak up and assert your needs.
It’s time to ask for help.

internal-acceptance-movement:

Reaching out for help doesn’t make you weak or helpless.

It doesn’t make you inadequate or incapable.

It makes you human.

It takes courage and it’s a sign of strength.

It’s unrealistic to expect that you will always be able to face life’s struggles on on your own without support.

Everyone needs help sometimes.

You are no exception. 

Know that asking for help is about more than just receiving support. 

When you reach out to others, it opens the door for them to reach out to you in return. 

It builds friendships and trust, and it strengthens already existing bonds. 

It gives people the opportunity to reinforce their own healthy voice, and it helps you to develop yours.

When you reach out for help, you aren’t proving that you’re powerless.

You’re proving that you have the courage to take care of yourself.

Reaching out may not be easy or comfortable, but it definitely beats feeling lonely, isolated, and defeated.

It’s time to let go of your fear.

To stop letting it prevent you from moving forward.

It’s time to use your voice.

To speak up and assert your needs.

It’s time to ask for help.

(via cinna-stacker)

(Source: atsecondsight, via finnchesters)

saucefactory:

lunsfuhd:

When I walk into hell.

TO ME IT LOOKS LIKE WOODY’S GONNA START A STRIPPER ROUTINE

I MEAN HE’S ALREADY GOT THE NAME FOR IT

(Source: angryblackman, via consultingangelhasthephonebox)

(x)

(Source: cniehauses, via respectyouredlers)

i love me some hockey players [2/ ]

       ⤷ alex edler; vancouver canucks

(Source: kane, via kesburr1714)

batched:

therealultrabaguette:

essegigi:

daftwithoneshoe:

harleys-hyenas:

daftwithoneshoe:

Am I the only one really bothered by the fact that the strawberry and the blackberry are touching?

Let them touch, they don’t get to often because of their tragic forbidden love.

Long ago, two Elder berries got into a fight, the tribe split in two, the strawberries against the blackberries. Now, new passions arise between the new generation - could this be the end of the feud or will it just fan the flames? 

Two flavors, both alike in sweetness
In fair Verona, where we lay our scene
From ancient cold break new freezer burn
Where civil juice makes civil fruits unclean

Did you just turn gelato into Shakespeare.
 

Welcome to tumblr.

(Source: royalinterior, via vespeon)


"Petty selfishness and self-centeredness usually come from a fear about not having a place in the world.  […] And people who feel like that usually create this ego to protect themselves. It’s the kiss of death, too. It’s such a silly way to live."

"Petty selfishness and self-centeredness usually come from a fear about not having a place in the world.  […] And people who feel like that usually create this ego to protect themselves. It’s the kiss of death, too. It’s such a silly way to live."

(Source: corymonteithedits, via linseymorris)

"I feel like if I didn’t do music on YouTube and force myself to be vulnerable, maybe I wouldn’t have become more carefree like a child and rock an audition to book my dream role. People think you need to have everything figured out when you’re young, but I still feel like I’m 17. I play 16, 17 on Teen Wolf! I feel like I’m a kid again, just starting to find myself.”

(Source: ardencno, via niehausmanning)