slotmachinegun:

what is the memeing of this

(via gothkin)

blastortoise:

it’s so weird that people are shaming Beyonce for being sexual during her performance when literally in the speech in flawless says “We teach girls that they cannot be sexual beings in the way that boys are." Like how do you miss the point that bad

(Source: blastortoise-chan, via faptorquest)

decepticonartschool:

"hey, how do i get better at-"

image

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aryll:

i have a problem and its called addicted to volleyball yuris

aryll:

i have a problem and its called addicted to volleyball yuris

(via calebdenecutie)

theyoungdoyley:

mikorin warmup

theyoungdoyley:

mikorin warmup

(via calebdenecutie)

"i’m at a point in my life where everything is falling apart and everything is coming together at the same time."

— (via prosaic-wonderland)

(Source: kushandwizdom, via gavinfreesbutt)

gunchxku:

squided:

"no homo" says the boy cuddling next to you.  You figure he means he isn’t homosexual.  It never grazed your mind he may be stating he isn’t a homosapien.  That was a very big mistake on your part.

#Sun and Neptune (via miss-nerdgasmz)

(via youre-my-boi-micool)

momotaromikoshiba:

↳ Fresh new faces from Tokyo Ghoul Ep 9

(via meatyravioli)

beaubete:

chucksauce:

awkwardmermaidhair:

thatshybutrudegirl:

Uhhhh

took me a while
then
…….


*whispers* I still don’t get it…?

Oh my sweet christ.

beaubete:

chucksauce:

awkwardmermaidhair:

thatshybutrudegirl:

Uhhhh

took me a while

then

…….

*whispers* I still don’t get it…?

Oh my sweet christ.

(Source: biblicalfag, via bburnie)

castieltherebel:

conquerorwurm:

computeraidedenrichmentblog:

smokywarfare:

If the multiverse theory is true, then there’s a universe where it isn’t.

Multiverse theory doesn’t cover paradoxical situations

Except in the universe where it does

i’m having an aneurysm

(via bburnie)

Stereotypical MBTI in fiction: a Summary

  • INTJ: The quiet person who sits in the corner and glares. Probably doesn't know how to smile. Or flirt. Might kill people
  • INFJ: The nervous overly tidy dependable person, alternatively the quiet wise person, alternatively the one that yells a lot.
  • ISFJ: The good one. The 'group mom', usually. Very loyal and cautious. Might be overprotective.
  • ISTJ: The protector. Dependable, tends to focus on protecting loved ones above all. Traditional.
  • INTP: The nerd. The kind you put in their own locker. Very smart. The person who keeps talking even when everybody already stopped paying attention.
  • INFP: The good person. An idealist. Really enthusiastic about morals. Good protagonist.
  • ISFP: The artist. Very laid-back, casual and chill but also caring. Also a good protagonist.
  • ISTP: The person who's into things like vehicles. Needs to be active. The kind of person to jump on buildings or have a bow with arrows.
  • ENTJ: The perfect leader unless they're the antagonist which they quite probably are. Might also kill people. Good planners.
  • ENFJ: Very sweet people. Everybody likes them and they like everyone. Very determined. Know how to get what they want.
  • ESFJ: Usually highly value morals. Want everyone to have a good time. Family/friends oriented kinda people. You could say selfless.
  • ESTJ: Logical administrator, good planner. Might be workaholic. Probably will be. Not very good with feelings.
  • ENTP: The witty one. Probably also yells a lot. Very spontaneous. Very likely to be the greedy yet lovable halfway antagonist.
  • ENFP: Very enthusiastic and optimistic. Not a big fan of planning. Very spontaneous. Very fun. Comic relief character, sometimes.
  • ESFP: Party people. Want everyone to have a good time. Easily bored. Feel v. comfortable in a group.
  • ESTP: Good protagonist material. Might be kinda manipulative. Very casual and kind of carefree.
nathanmorrow:

shithowdy:

Fun fact: if you approach an employee and insist that they go ‘check the back’ for an item that’s not on the shelf, there is a 90% chance that they’ll go to the back room, scratch their ass and check their text messages for five minutes, and come back out with a sympathetic smile and a ‘Sorry!’ because they know without even looking that the stock isn’t there.

Or the old “can you ask a manager?”

nathanmorrow:

shithowdy:

Fun fact: if you approach an employee and insist that they go ‘check the back’ for an item that’s not on the shelf, there is a 90% chance that they’ll go to the back room, scratch their ass and check their text messages for five minutes, and come back out with a sympathetic smile and a ‘Sorry!’ because they know without even looking that the stock isn’t there.

Or the old “can you ask a manager?”

(Source: notalwaysright.com, via youre-my-boi-micool)