• bae: come over
  • me: do you have food
  • bae: my parents aren't home
  • me: are they coming back with food

earloffabulousness:

this movie was a cinematic masterpiece 

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jamietheignorantamerican:

People are losing their fire and forgetting about Ferguson. That’s exactly what the police want, though: for all of this to just go away and for people to forget about it.

Don’t let that happen.

(via reagan-was-a-horrible-president)

cumberbitchen221b:

scampthecorgi:

We have no idea what he’s doing…

drinking water but in a punk rock way

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ironinkpen:

Holy shit. Holy shit.

They’re actually showing Korra with PTSD. They’re acknowledging that what happened to her was emotionally, physically, and mentally exhausting and that she can’t just bounce back from it right away. They’re showing the people around her showing their support and reminding her that she doesn’t have to be okay. That no one expects her to be better right away.

Korra’s not just the Avatar- she’s a person, and people can’t handle what she went through without damange. The support system Korra has here and the fact that Bryan, Mike, and the crew decided to show the realities of traumatic experiences is incredible. 

(via korra-scenery)

lohannahmontana:

this pisses me off every time because the people do not understand that Marc Jacobs is funny and he was making a joke and now you are acting like you are the one making the joke in this situation oh my god Marc Jacobs did it in a satirical tone you are all so tragic.

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sandandglass:

Daily Show correspondent Michael Che tries to find a safe place to report from.

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happytheirins:

mangaluva:

slumberblues:

inspired by (x)

When you’ve been abused by a parent like that dealing with anything afterwords is terrifying.

I can only imagine the emotions Zuko was feeling when he apologised to Iroh there. 

^This is one of the reasons that I think going in to apologize to Iroh is one of the bravest things that Zuko’s ever done, because of how much it must have terrified him to do so (Iroh would never hurt Zuko like that, but that fear had to have been at the top of Zuko’s mind at this moment)

And why I love Iroh so, so much for being who he is. 

I will always think of this when I watch that scene now.

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tsud123:

2001

well… this post made me feel really old. 

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marxvx:

if i as a retail worker have to work with a dozen cameras pointed at me to deter me from stealing $10, cops should have to work with a camera pointed at them to deter them from arbitrarily maiming and killing people

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