tomfletcherscats:

booksxbandsxtears:

tomfletcherscats:

my sisters friend brought brownies in cupcake wrappers to my house and i picked one up and turned it over and noticed there were oreos baked into the bottom so i gasped and said to my dad “THESE ARE NOT REGULAR BROWNIES” and my dads eyes went so wide and he whispered “pot?” 

ALL THESE EPIC TEXT POST ON TUMBLR ABOUT DADS. THEY’RE FUNNY BUT MY DAD LEFT AND ALL I WANT HIM BACK FOR IS FOR CRAP LIKE THIS.

are u alright

(via my-insecure-delusions)

braydaaan:

do you ever just realise you’re almost an adult and you have no money 

(via forlornbody)

beyoncescock:

seven billion people on this planet and i have 2 friends

(via xxglitterwhorexx)

largecoin:

what a day!!!!!!!! nothing happened and i was tired

(via ffffffabuloussssss)


Interesting fact. The photographer of this photo was a high school student. He committed suicide after exams.

Interesting fact. The photographer of this photo was a high school student. He committed suicide after exams.

(Source: perfectlywarped, via ffffffabuloussssss)

breakinq:

following back heaps♡

breakinq:

following back heaps♡

(Source: modddy)

scntrx:

DEPRESSION BLOG
rapeculturemakesmeangry:

This is from the slut walk. One of the arguments is that girls ask for rape because they wear slutty clothes, short skirts, tight, low-cut tops. This girl is an example of the fact that rape victims can look like anyone, you, me, this girl. Rapists. Dont. Discriminate.
I promised a long time ago that I’d reblog this whenever I saw it on my dash. No regrets, it breaks my heart every single time.
an incredibly important message, rape is rape. no one is ever asking for it. a woman has the right to dress how ever they want - it is society that identifies risque dressing as ‘asking for it’, and in my opinion, that way of thinking needs to be diminished.

rapeculturemakesmeangry:

This is from the slut walk. One of the arguments is that girls ask for rape because they wear slutty clothes, short skirts, tight, low-cut tops. This girl is an example of the fact that rape victims can look like anyone, you, me, this girl. Rapists. Dont. Discriminate.

I promised a long time ago that I’d reblog this whenever I saw it on my dash. No regrets, it breaks my heart every single time.

an incredibly important message, rape is rape. no one is ever asking for it. a woman has the right to dress how ever they want - it is society that identifies risque dressing as ‘asking for it’, and in my opinion, that way of thinking needs to be diminished.

(via deliriousidk)