one of a thousand misadventures

this stupid fucking website is taking over my life

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There is not one person in this world that is not cripplingly sad about something. You remember that before you open your mouth.

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accioguitardis:

cyberunfamous:

trillow:

how much do islands cost i want one

Less than a college education

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what the fuck

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outellect:

on a scale from 1 to sansa stark, how much do you regret your childhood crush

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detectiveinspectordonut:

maybe aliens don’t talk to us because we’re creepy. i mean we send them weird mix tapes and we keep trying to find out where they live

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batbrobeyond:

gynocologist:

"Hello," she said in a voice so husky it could pull a dogsled.

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fun123joker:

justgo-up:

thousands of flower petals covering a town, blasted from a neighboring volcano, in Costa Rica.


photographer Nick Meek.
commercial shot for Sony.

[INTENSE KISS KISS FALL IN LOVE]

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taleasoldastimelords:

murdercityboulevard:

heyfunniest:

Visual Representation of $1 Trillion.

Hello yes we are 17 of that in debt god bless America

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bagmilk:

does your signature just like happen to you once you adult

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Philosophy becomes tortured thinking. Thinking that devours itself—and continues intact and even flourishes, in spite (or perhaps because) of the repeated acts of self-cannibalism. In the passion play of thought, the thinker plays the roles of both protagonist and antagonist. He is both suffering Prometheus and the remorseless eagle who consumes his perpetually regenerated entrails.

Susan Sontag, Thinking Against Oneself: Reflections on Cioran (via heavydrug)

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jjoongie:

hey all, please take a moment to pray/send well-wishes/whatever it is you do for the families, survivors, and the hundreds still missing after a ferry sank off korea.  also, please keep in mind the rescue teams as they continue searching for the missing — the ocean is apparently very muddy, so visibility is poor.  most of the passengers on the ferry were second-year high school students, a fact that doesn’t make this any less or any more tragic, but please send out a prayer for their parents and families.

thank you.

(more information on the new york times and bbc,)

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