District 12
glowpinkstah:

johneepixels7:

letsjustgowiththis:

dontmakepeopleintoheroes:

bunny-booty:

Alpacas are so much fucking cuter then llamas.
sdfgsdg

YOU FORGOT THE FOLLOWING POINTS:
LLAMAS HAVE BIG ASS TEETH TO RIP OUT YOUR FUCKING THROAT
ALPACAS HAVE FUZZY LIPS TO NUZZLE YOU GENTLY TO SLEEP
LLAMAS WILL CHARGE AFTER YOU IF THEY SMELL FOOD AND FEAR
ALPACAS AMBLE ALONG LIKE THE WORLD IS MADE OF GUMDROPS
LLAMAS ARE THE FUCKING DEVIL INCARNATE 
ALPACAS ARE NOT THE FUCKING DEVIL INCARNATE

This has been the most informative post I’ve seen on Tumblr.

Alpacas are just gay Llamas

LMAO

glowpinkstah:

johneepixels7:

letsjustgowiththis:

dontmakepeopleintoheroes:

bunny-booty:

Alpacas are so much fucking cuter then llamas.

sdfgsdg

YOU FORGOT THE FOLLOWING POINTS:

  • LLAMAS HAVE BIG ASS TEETH TO RIP OUT YOUR FUCKING THROAT
  • ALPACAS HAVE FUZZY LIPS TO NUZZLE YOU GENTLY TO SLEEP
  • LLAMAS WILL CHARGE AFTER YOU IF THEY SMELL FOOD AND FEAR
  • ALPACAS AMBLE ALONG LIKE THE WORLD IS MADE OF GUMDROPS
  • LLAMAS ARE THE FUCKING DEVIL INCARNATE 
  • ALPACAS ARE NOT THE FUCKING DEVIL INCARNATE

This has been the most informative post I’ve seen on Tumblr.

Alpacas are just gay Llamas

LMAO

221books:

catbountry:

myeyesarehazel:

Surprisingly, perfectionists are often procrastinators, as they can tend to think “I don’t have the right skills or resources to do this perfectly now, so I won’t do it at all.”

My entire educational experience summed up in one sentence.

My entire life summed up in one sentence. 




I will seriously always reblog this gif. Because it’s the most real GIF I’ve ever seen.I just can’t help but find all the beauty in it. It’s so amazing. I can’t explain.

story of my life that’s why I don’t do it

I will seriously always reblog this gif. Because it’s the most real GIF I’ve ever seen.I just can’t help but find all the beauty in it. It’s so amazing. I can’t explain.

story of my life that’s why I don’t do it

the magic begins » Favorite Class

I don’t expect you will really understand the beauty of the softly simmering cauldron with its shimmering fumes, the delicate power of liquids that creep through human veins, bewitching the mind, ensnaring the senses….I can teach you how to bottle fame, brew glory and even put a stopper in death.

pyrop:

when i draw in my sketchbook

when i draw on notes in class

singwordsthatholdnomeaning:

lizuhd:

how come phineas is always like “i know what we’re going to do today” maybe ferb had an idea you ass

does anyone else get 104 days of summer vacation?

toocooltobehipster:

casually walking around with bread

toocooltobehipster:

casually walking around with bread


thesinset:

“The Most Beautiful Suicide” 23 year old Evelyn McHale, of Long Island, became engaged in early 1947. On April 30th, she took the train to Easton, PA to spend her fiance’s birthday with him at his college dorm. They planned to be married that June. She boarded a 7:00 AM train back to New York the following morning but never did make it home. Upon her arrival in New York City, she checked into
the Governor Clinton Hotel on 31st Street, where she composed a note, and tucked it into her purse. From there, she went to the 86th floor observation deck of the Empire State Building. Just before 10:30 am, on May 1, she calmly, and neatly, folder her coat, placing it against the guard railing alongside her purse and her makeup bag. She then flung herself off the building, falling more than 1,000 feet and landing squarely on the roof of a 1947 Cadillac parked on the street below.  The note that Evelyn left in her purse read: “I don’t want anyone in or out of my family to see any part of me. Could you destroy my body by cremation? I beg of you and my family – don’t have any service for me or remembrance for me. My fiance asked me to marry him in June. I don’t think I would make a good wife for anybody. He is much better off without me. Tell my father, I have too many of my mother’s tendencies.” Ironically, for someone who wanted to throw herself into obscurity, never to be remembered, a nearby photographer captured this image within minutes of her demise, and by the following week it appeared as a full page print in Life Magazine. The image of her lifeless body lying gracefully, and peacefully, atop the wreckage, immortalized forever.  Sometimes you can simply never get what is that you want in life, even in death.

thesinset:

“The Most Beautiful Suicide”

23 year old Evelyn McHale, of Long Island, became engaged in early 1947. On April 30th, she took the train to Easton, PA to spend her fiance’s birthday with him at his college dorm. They planned to be married that June. She boarded a 7:00 AM train back to New York the following morning but never did make it home.

Upon her arrival in New York City, she checked into
the Governor Clinton Hotel on 31st Street, where she composed a note, and tucked it into her purse. From there, she went to the 86th floor observation deck of the Empire State Building. Just before 10:30 am, on May 1, she calmly, and neatly, folder her coat, placing it against the guard railing alongside her purse and her makeup bag. She then flung herself off the building, falling more than 1,000 feet and landing squarely on the roof of a 1947 Cadillac parked on the street below.

The note that Evelyn left in her purse read: “I don’t want anyone in or out of my family to see any part of me. Could you destroy my body by cremation? I beg of you and my family – don’t have any service for me or remembrance for me. My fiance asked me to marry him in June. I don’t think I would make a good wife for anybody. He is much better off without me. Tell my father, I have too many of my mother’s tendencies.”

Ironically, for someone who wanted to throw herself into obscurity, never to be remembered, a nearby photographer captured this image within minutes of her demise, and by the following week it appeared as a full page print in Life Magazine. The image of her lifeless body lying gracefully, and peacefully, atop the wreckage, immortalized forever.

Sometimes you can simply never get what is that you want in life, even in death.