Wondrland

rider-waite:

joyceanfartboner:

unexplained-events:

Strange Marine Creature

This strange creature was filmed underwater by drillers in the deep ocean. It is called Deepstaria enigmatica. It looks like an underwater dementor.

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i dont believe in it

i dont want to believe in it

kitkatinc:

spelling bee administrator: you word is delicious
me: D to the E to the L I C I O U S to the D to the E to the to the to the
spelling bee administrator: hit it fergie

wofexx-on-fire:

pixienightmaregoddess:

thinksquad:

A man who police say tried to defend a group of women from catcallers landed in the hospital after he was brutally assaulted in Philadelphia’s Rittenhouse Square early Saturday morning.
Police say the 39-year-old man who was visiting from Texas was walking along 18th and Walnut Streets around 2:45 a.m. when he observed several men inside a Black Nissan pull up next to a group of women.

The men inside the Nissan began taunting and catcalling the women, according to investigators, prompting the victim to get involved.

"The male victim took offense to something that the guys were saying to the girls and said ‘hey, watch what you’re saying,’" said Philadelphia Police Captain George Fuchs.

Police say one of the men inside the Nissan then got out of the car and punched the victim once in the head. The man was knocked unconscious after he fell and struck his head on the concrete
The suspect then ran back into the Nissan which fled west on Walnut. The victim was taken to Hahnemann Hospital where he is currently in stable condition.

"This is a tragic, tragic story," Captain Fuchs said. "Here’s a guy trying to stick up for these girls and he gets victimized."

Police say the suspect’s Nissan had Delaware tags. They are currently looking through surveillance video to see if they can find the license plate number. They are also speaking to a witness at Central Detectives.

http://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/national-international/Man-Punched-Knocked-Unconscious-During-Rittenhouse-Square-Attack-270588441.html

And people wonder why women don’t “just say something” when faced with street harassment. This is terrible.

he got ONE punch for saying ONE SENTENCE to defend the girls, and he wasnt even involved. Imagine if the girls had rejected the men in the car and talked back to them. 

sixpenceee:

Pictures of Sunsets through Shattered Mirrors by Bing Wright 

heavenandhellcastiel:

ominous-musings:

jersenackles:

what if cas is asked for his full name and he thinks for a moment and he says “castiel winchester”

what if cas is asked for his full name and he has no idea what to reply so dean says “castiel winchester” for him

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as-an-expression-of-love:

azgunguy:

***ATTENTION*** This is the latest anti-Semitic/ racist salute. It was first claimed to be anti Zionist but has escalated to anti-Jewry and anti-semitism all around. If you see anyone doing this salute called the/a “Quenelle” swiftly punch them in the face, scold them, whatever you feel like, just recognize that this is a symbol of hatred!

Please be careful guys (esp. Jewish, queer, or disabled people, or people of color.) I’ve seen Neo-Nazis do this, and they can be really dangerous groups of people to be around.

as-an-expression-of-love:

azgunguy:

***ATTENTION***
This is the latest anti-Semitic/ racist salute. It was first claimed to be anti Zionist but has escalated to anti-Jewry and anti-semitism all around. If you see anyone doing this salute called the/a “Quenelle” swiftly punch them in the face, scold them, whatever you feel like, just recognize that this is a symbol of hatred!

Please be careful guys (esp. Jewish, queer, or disabled people, or people of color.) I’ve seen Neo-Nazis do this, and they can be really dangerous groups of people to be around.

dangerhamster:

JACK HARKNESS MEETING BUCKY AND STEVE IN THE 1940s AND FLIRTING FURIOUSLY WITH BOTH OF THEM

JACK HARKNESS SEEING THEM AGAIN IN THE 21ST CENTURY AND THEY’RE ALL EQUALLY CONFUSED AS EACH OTHER

espikvlt:

MY SELFIE STORY
I’ve seen a lot of people talk about this issue, so maybe it’s a subject worn thin at this point, but I really wanted to get a word in on it, because it’s, as a lot of you know, a surprisingly big part of my life.
I’m sure most of you remember the infamous Time article entitled “Millenials: The Me Me Me Generation.” And I’m sure just as many of you were baffled by the statements made by the author. And this obviously hasn’t been the only recent article like this.
The “Me” Generation? How about the “We” Generation? I find it amazing that Time made this claim about us, while at the same time, so much research is showing how we are one of the most socially aware generations. 
So, what does the selfie have to do with it? I believe the word “disillusionment” best describes it. My generation is disillusioned with the way things are. With the way people, animals, and the environment are treated. With the way we have been targeted by advertisements to believe we have to buy their products to be good enough for society.
Because of selfies, I am happy with myself. I take a great selfie, and I am ecstatic with how I look, who I am, and how I am received by the public. Even negative feedback and hate mail makes me go, ‘well, you cared enough to send me that, didn’t you?’ While Time sees this as me being narcissistic, I see it as me being disillusioned by the ideas of the past - the idea that modesty is best, the idea that I shouldn’t love myself, the idea that I’m a puppet for corporations to use until I’ve died and become money to them through my death in the form of life insurance. Selfies remind me that I am an individual. That I have a place in the world. And I can stop for one second in the day and remember how important I am. 
Narcissism? You mean self-worth, self-love, and self-acceptance? I refuse to be a corporate machine. I refuse to be silenced. I refuse to be persuaded that my worth is defined by what I own. I am an individual. Selfies reveal my life, my individuality, and that even though I am one among billions on this planet, I am here. I am present. I am a living, breathing, button-pushing human.
I used to hate myself. How I looked, who I was, what I was. Then I started taking selfies, actually analyzing myself in the mirror, redefining my values and myself. By taking a nice selfie, by analyzing the parts of myself I love in the mirror, I have not become narcissistic. I have become healthy. Would I be healthier if I still hated myself? It’s almost like the writers of these articles think so. Yet here I am, happier with myself and feeling more self-love and self-acceptance than ever.
The word “selfie” alone sounds silly, and exponentially more so when I’m using it to describe something as serious as the self-worth of an entire generation, but this is my Selfie Story, and even though it’s very tl;dr, I hope at least one person sees this and realizes that loving yourself ISN’T A BAD THING!!! 
If I could get my followers to do something similar, and tag it “my selfie story”, that would be amazing. I’m going to track that tag and reblog all of them, just fyi.

espikvlt:

MY SELFIE STORY

I’ve seen a lot of people talk about this issue, so maybe it’s a subject worn thin at this point, but I really wanted to get a word in on it, because it’s, as a lot of you know, a surprisingly big part of my life.

I’m sure most of you remember the infamous Time article entitled “Millenials: The Me Me Me Generation.” And I’m sure just as many of you were baffled by the statements made by the author. And this obviously hasn’t been the only recent article like this.

The “Me” Generation? How about the “We” Generation? I find it amazing that Time made this claim about us, while at the same time, so much research is showing how we are one of the most socially aware generations

So, what does the selfie have to do with it? I believe the word “disillusionment” best describes it. My generation is disillusioned with the way things are. With the way people, animals, and the environment are treated. With the way we have been targeted by advertisements to believe we have to buy their products to be good enough for society.

Because of selfies, I am happy with myself. I take a great selfie, and I am ecstatic with how I look, who I am, and how I am received by the public. Even negative feedback and hate mail makes me go, ‘well, you cared enough to send me that, didn’t you?’ While Time sees this as me being narcissistic, I see it as me being disillusioned by the ideas of the past - the idea that modesty is best, the idea that I shouldn’t love myself, the idea that I’m a puppet for corporations to use until I’ve died and become money to them through my death in the form of life insurance. Selfies remind me that I am an individual. That I have a place in the world. And I can stop for one second in the day and remember how important I am. 

Narcissism? You mean self-worth, self-love, and self-acceptance? I refuse to be a corporate machine. I refuse to be silenced. I refuse to be persuaded that my worth is defined by what I own. I am an individual. Selfies reveal my life, my individuality, and that even though I am one among billions on this planet, I am here. I am present. I am a living, breathing, button-pushing human.

I used to hate myself. How I looked, who I was, what I was. Then I started taking selfies, actually analyzing myself in the mirror, redefining my values and myself. By taking a nice selfie, by analyzing the parts of myself I love in the mirror, I have not become narcissistic. I have become healthy. Would I be healthier if I still hated myself? It’s almost like the writers of these articles think so. Yet here I am, happier with myself and feeling more self-love and self-acceptance than ever.

The word “selfie” alone sounds silly, and exponentially more so when I’m using it to describe something as serious as the self-worth of an entire generation, but this is my Selfie Story, and even though it’s very tl;dr, I hope at least one person sees this and realizes that loving yourself ISN’T A BAD THING!!! 

If I could get my followers to do something similar, and tag it “my selfie story”, that would be amazing. I’m going to track that tag and reblog all of them, just fyi.

memewhore:

So Scooby Snacks are a real thing now (and I don’t mean the drug).
They’re really good, too!
*Okay, so apparently they’ve been around for a long time - well not here, I’d have seen them, cinnamon graham crackers are my shit.

memewhore:

So Scooby Snacks are a real thing now (and I don’t mean the drug).

They’re really good, too!

*Okay, so apparently they’ve been around for a long time - well not here, I’d have seen them, cinnamon graham crackers are my shit.

skin-and-ink:

supamuthafuckinvillain:

walkerflexasranger:

uncreativelyinclined:

this is interesting

This is cool as hell


I think I finally found the one thing that ruined porn

This is terrifying

skin-and-ink:

supamuthafuckinvillain:

walkerflexasranger:

uncreativelyinclined:

this is interesting

This is cool as hell

I think I finally found the one thing that ruined porn

This is terrifying

beccamakalapua:

punkasslouis:

punkasslouis:

I’m hiding naked in my closet because there are mattress delivery men in my bedroom and no one thought to tell me so I was just doing my naked thing after my shower and then I was very unceremoniously shoved into my closet and I don’t know how long I have to be here I don’t have snacks or anything

update: I found a chocolate bar on my shelf but also my phone battery is at 20% I feel like bear grylls

don’t you have clothes in your closet

nerdylolita:

Quick shot from the Disney Princess Sailor Scout group! I can’t wait to see the pictures!

nerdylolita:

Quick shot from the Disney Princess Sailor Scout group! I can’t wait to see the pictures!