disaffecting:

can you just like

                                                                                             not

eeames:

stiles-wtf:

slowly but surely draw backstory of my AU Tattoo Styles
childhood
ps/ sorry - i am sooo busy at real liiifeee

LINDEN’S RECENT TWEET REMINDS ME OF THIS

eeames:

stiles-wtf:

slowly but surely draw backstory of my AU Tattoo Styles

childhood

ps/ sorry - i am sooo busy at real liiifeee

LINDEN’S RECENT TWEET REMINDS ME OF THIS

First and last appearances of season 4

daphnevg:

Fall Out Boy- Centuries Live on Kimmel

felicity smoak: a summary

waywardhufflepuff:

-So, I have to tell you something.
-Okay.

I bloody love Hardison. I did before this but this scene turned him into one of my favourite characters ever (and given the amount I watch/read that’s an achievement). He has feelings for Parker but doesn’t push them, doesn’t expect anything from her, knows that she has problems forming emotional attachments. And here when he finds out his feelings are reciprocated he doesn’t push her into anything. He knows she’s finding it hard and steps back to wait until she is ready. And then add in the fact he’s a geek, funny, super crazy intelligent, and rather hot to boot….well I never stood a chance. 

Delphine Cormier: a summary


I Thought I Was Mad When I Saw How Many Abortion Clinics They Have. Then I Saw The Gun Dealers. (via Upworthy)
In Septemeber 2014, Missouri lawmakers decided women must wait 72 hours to “reflect on their decision” before they can get an abortion. ‘Cause, ya know, an abortion is one of those spur-of-the-moment decisions like ordering pay-per-view or having another glass of wine. And what about cases of rape, incest, or medical complications? Well, they have to wait 72 hours too.
On its own, this is pretty upsetting. But when you consider how easy it is to get one of those shiny metal things used to take people’s lives? That’s when the blinding rage sets in.

I Thought I Was Mad When I Saw How Many Abortion Clinics They Have. Then I Saw The Gun Dealers. (via Upworthy)

In Septemeber 2014, Missouri lawmakers decided women must wait 72 hours to “reflect on their decision” before they can get an abortion. ‘Cause, ya know, an abortion is one of those spur-of-the-moment decisions like ordering pay-per-view or having another glass of wine. And what about cases of rape, incest, or medical complications? Well, they have to wait 72 hours too.

On its own, this is pretty upsetting. But when you consider how easy it is to get one of those shiny metal things used to take people’s lives? That’s when the blinding rage sets in.

shutupaubrey:

*points at you* Ann Perkins

Kiki’s Delivery Service Trailer