dildosoup:

snapchatmi:

Some of my snapchats~

Wtf these are so good

(Source: cryptids, via unknownquiet)

edwardspoonhands:

I’ve never seen this video, I’m intensely curious about whether her shirt says “qween,” “qweer,” or “qweef.” I don’t know which I’d prefer.

*EDIT* - Turns out it says “dweeb,” soooo….

(Source: gifsical)

marypussypoppins:

looks like this cat just witnessed a sick burn

marypussypoppins:

looks like this cat just witnessed a sick burn

(Source: littleanimalgifs, via unknownquiet)

crywanking:

you would not believe how drunk I was last night to have made this

(via kawaiiikake)

edwardspoonhands:

My friend Melissa needed some cheering up yesterday.

371?! Dear Jesus! Just one notification bugs the hell out of me.

edwardspoonhands:

My friend Melissa needed some cheering up yesterday.

371?! Dear Jesus! Just one notification bugs the hell out of me.

the-werefox:

do you ever get cuddle frustrated? Not sexually frustrated, but just get really frustrated and asdfghklg because you’re not cuddling someone right now and you just really need to feel someone with their arms around you and bury your face in their neck and just feel them close

(via pokemon-zelda-ghibli)

Just a friendly reminder..

choassdine:

In 4 weeks..

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edwardspoonhands:

You are not going to regret spending time with this essential SciFi masterpiece. You are, however, going to miss out on countless cultural references, not to mention an intricate world filled with massive ideas and complicated characters if you skip it. A book that’s probably $2 at the used book store but will stay with you your whole life.

I’m taking your word for it. Right in line after LotR, paper towns, 1984, and whatever else is on my list that I can’t think of. Is it crazy that I’ve made it through 25 years of living and haven’t read OR seen LotR? I think so.

edwardspoonhands:

You are not going to regret spending time with this essential SciFi masterpiece. You are, however, going to miss out on countless cultural references, not to mention an intricate world filled with massive ideas and complicated characters if you skip it. A book that’s probably $2 at the used book store but will stay with you your whole life.

I’m taking your word for it. Right in line after LotR, paper towns, 1984, and whatever else is on my list that I can’t think of.

Is it crazy that I’ve made it through 25 years of living and haven’t read OR seen LotR? I think so.