untalentedandhorny:

awwww-cute:

"Oh boy Oh boy, we got a call! Let’s roll, partner!"

HE OPENS AND CLOSES THE DOOR

untalentedandhorny:

awwww-cute:

"Oh boy Oh boy, we got a call! Let’s roll, partner!"

HE OPENS AND CLOSES THE DOOR

undefinedarchetype:

best six second exchange i have ever seen in my life

(Source: lildicktornado)

fr33kinmatt:

if a bitch u hate on the seat, just push her off with this handy dandy bitch movin’ seat

fr33kinmatt:

if a bitch u hate on the seat, just push her off with this handy dandy bitch movin’ seat

(Source: 12-gauge-rage)

fremui:

The point is to find dignity and self-worth in creating something new, built from the ashes of pain and heartache!

I Ship It 

oh-calamityyy:

can we talk about this
oh-calamityyy:

can we talk about this

oh-calamityyy:

can we talk about this

bemusedlybespectacled:

hogwarts-is-frozen:

not-so-secret-nerd:

disney-licious:

(x)

hogwarts-is-frozen

disney x harry potter is very important to me

still not over how perfect the sorting is
bemusedlybespectacled:

hogwarts-is-frozen:

not-so-secret-nerd:

disney-licious:

(x)

hogwarts-is-frozen

disney x harry potter is very important to me

still not over how perfect the sorting is
bemusedlybespectacled:

hogwarts-is-frozen:

not-so-secret-nerd:

disney-licious:

(x)

hogwarts-is-frozen

disney x harry potter is very important to me

still not over how perfect the sorting is
bemusedlybespectacled:

hogwarts-is-frozen:

not-so-secret-nerd:

disney-licious:

(x)

hogwarts-is-frozen

disney x harry potter is very important to me

still not over how perfect the sorting is
bemusedlybespectacled:

hogwarts-is-frozen:

not-so-secret-nerd:

disney-licious:

(x)

hogwarts-is-frozen

disney x harry potter is very important to me

still not over how perfect the sorting is
bemusedlybespectacled:

hogwarts-is-frozen:

not-so-secret-nerd:

disney-licious:

(x)

hogwarts-is-frozen

disney x harry potter is very important to me

still not over how perfect the sorting is
bemusedlybespectacled:

hogwarts-is-frozen:

not-so-secret-nerd:

disney-licious:

(x)

hogwarts-is-frozen

disney x harry potter is very important to me

still not over how perfect the sorting is

bemusedlybespectacled:

hogwarts-is-frozen:

not-so-secret-nerd:

disney-licious:

(x)

hogwarts-is-frozen

disney x harry potter is very important to me

still not over how perfect the sorting is

fashion-runways:

ELIE SAAB Paris Fashion Week 2014 - Part 1

odditiesoflife:

Five Fascinating Beaches Around the World
Glass Beach - Fort Bragg, California
Fort Bragg residents used to throw their garbage (including glass bottles) over a cliff onto the beach before it was outlawed in 1967. Over the decades the waves and sand have broken down the glass into smooth, rounded pieces.(Photo: mlhradio/Flickr)
Jokulsarlon Lake - Iceland
The glacial lake is located in the Vatnajokull National Park, and the shore is filled with huge pieces of ice resting on black volcanic sand. But what really makes this beach unique is that during the winter, it is the perfect place to see the breathtaking northern lights.(Photo: Ingo Meironke/Flickr)
Bowling Ball Beach - Schooner Gulch, California
The rocks at the Schooner Gulch State Beach are almost perfectly round due to a natural process called concretion.(Photo: John K/Flickr)
Shell Beach - Shark Bay, Australia
This beach is home to billions of coquina bivalve shells instead of fine grains of sand. The water has a high salt concentration that attracts the shelled creatures.(Photo: Stefan L/Flickr)
Maldives Beach - Republic of the Maldives
This beach in the Maldives lights up at night, thanks to microscopic organisms called bioluminescent phytoplankton. The organisms respond to changes in the water. Any movement will leave an impressive trail of bluish lights.(Photo: Exilism/Flickr)
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odditiesoflife:

Five Fascinating Beaches Around the World
Glass Beach - Fort Bragg, California
Fort Bragg residents used to throw their garbage (including glass bottles) over a cliff onto the beach before it was outlawed in 1967. Over the decades the waves and sand have broken down the glass into smooth, rounded pieces.(Photo: mlhradio/Flickr)
Jokulsarlon Lake - Iceland
The glacial lake is located in the Vatnajokull National Park, and the shore is filled with huge pieces of ice resting on black volcanic sand. But what really makes this beach unique is that during the winter, it is the perfect place to see the breathtaking northern lights.(Photo: Ingo Meironke/Flickr)
Bowling Ball Beach - Schooner Gulch, California
The rocks at the Schooner Gulch State Beach are almost perfectly round due to a natural process called concretion.(Photo: John K/Flickr)
Shell Beach - Shark Bay, Australia
This beach is home to billions of coquina bivalve shells instead of fine grains of sand. The water has a high salt concentration that attracts the shelled creatures.(Photo: Stefan L/Flickr)
Maldives Beach - Republic of the Maldives
This beach in the Maldives lights up at night, thanks to microscopic organisms called bioluminescent phytoplankton. The organisms respond to changes in the water. Any movement will leave an impressive trail of bluish lights.(Photo: Exilism/Flickr)
source
odditiesoflife:

Five Fascinating Beaches Around the World
Glass Beach - Fort Bragg, California
Fort Bragg residents used to throw their garbage (including glass bottles) over a cliff onto the beach before it was outlawed in 1967. Over the decades the waves and sand have broken down the glass into smooth, rounded pieces.(Photo: mlhradio/Flickr)
Jokulsarlon Lake - Iceland
The glacial lake is located in the Vatnajokull National Park, and the shore is filled with huge pieces of ice resting on black volcanic sand. But what really makes this beach unique is that during the winter, it is the perfect place to see the breathtaking northern lights.(Photo: Ingo Meironke/Flickr)
Bowling Ball Beach - Schooner Gulch, California
The rocks at the Schooner Gulch State Beach are almost perfectly round due to a natural process called concretion.(Photo: John K/Flickr)
Shell Beach - Shark Bay, Australia
This beach is home to billions of coquina bivalve shells instead of fine grains of sand. The water has a high salt concentration that attracts the shelled creatures.(Photo: Stefan L/Flickr)
Maldives Beach - Republic of the Maldives
This beach in the Maldives lights up at night, thanks to microscopic organisms called bioluminescent phytoplankton. The organisms respond to changes in the water. Any movement will leave an impressive trail of bluish lights.(Photo: Exilism/Flickr)
source
odditiesoflife:

Five Fascinating Beaches Around the World
Glass Beach - Fort Bragg, California
Fort Bragg residents used to throw their garbage (including glass bottles) over a cliff onto the beach before it was outlawed in 1967. Over the decades the waves and sand have broken down the glass into smooth, rounded pieces.(Photo: mlhradio/Flickr)
Jokulsarlon Lake - Iceland
The glacial lake is located in the Vatnajokull National Park, and the shore is filled with huge pieces of ice resting on black volcanic sand. But what really makes this beach unique is that during the winter, it is the perfect place to see the breathtaking northern lights.(Photo: Ingo Meironke/Flickr)
Bowling Ball Beach - Schooner Gulch, California
The rocks at the Schooner Gulch State Beach are almost perfectly round due to a natural process called concretion.(Photo: John K/Flickr)
Shell Beach - Shark Bay, Australia
This beach is home to billions of coquina bivalve shells instead of fine grains of sand. The water has a high salt concentration that attracts the shelled creatures.(Photo: Stefan L/Flickr)
Maldives Beach - Republic of the Maldives
This beach in the Maldives lights up at night, thanks to microscopic organisms called bioluminescent phytoplankton. The organisms respond to changes in the water. Any movement will leave an impressive trail of bluish lights.(Photo: Exilism/Flickr)
source
odditiesoflife:

Five Fascinating Beaches Around the World
Glass Beach - Fort Bragg, California
Fort Bragg residents used to throw their garbage (including glass bottles) over a cliff onto the beach before it was outlawed in 1967. Over the decades the waves and sand have broken down the glass into smooth, rounded pieces.(Photo: mlhradio/Flickr)
Jokulsarlon Lake - Iceland
The glacial lake is located in the Vatnajokull National Park, and the shore is filled with huge pieces of ice resting on black volcanic sand. But what really makes this beach unique is that during the winter, it is the perfect place to see the breathtaking northern lights.(Photo: Ingo Meironke/Flickr)
Bowling Ball Beach - Schooner Gulch, California
The rocks at the Schooner Gulch State Beach are almost perfectly round due to a natural process called concretion.(Photo: John K/Flickr)
Shell Beach - Shark Bay, Australia
This beach is home to billions of coquina bivalve shells instead of fine grains of sand. The water has a high salt concentration that attracts the shelled creatures.(Photo: Stefan L/Flickr)
Maldives Beach - Republic of the Maldives
This beach in the Maldives lights up at night, thanks to microscopic organisms called bioluminescent phytoplankton. The organisms respond to changes in the water. Any movement will leave an impressive trail of bluish lights.(Photo: Exilism/Flickr)
source

odditiesoflife:

Five Fascinating Beaches Around the World

Glass Beach - Fort Bragg, California

Fort Bragg residents used to throw their garbage (including glass bottles) over a cliff onto the beach before it was outlawed in 1967. Over the decades the waves and sand have broken down the glass into smooth, rounded pieces.
(Photo: mlhradio/Flickr)

Jokulsarlon Lake - Iceland

The glacial lake is located in the Vatnajokull National Park, and the shore is filled with huge pieces of ice resting on black volcanic sand. But what really makes this beach unique is that during the winter, it is the perfect place to see the breathtaking northern lights.
(Photo: Ingo Meironke/Flickr)

Bowling Ball Beach - Schooner Gulch, California

The rocks at the Schooner Gulch State Beach are almost perfectly round due to a natural process called concretion.
(Photo: John K/Flickr)

Shell Beach - Shark Bay, Australia

This beach is home to billions of coquina bivalve shells instead of fine grains of sand. The water has a high salt concentration that attracts the shelled creatures.
(Photo: Stefan L/Flickr)

Maldives Beach - Republic of the Maldives

This beach in the Maldives lights up at night, thanks to microscopic organisms called bioluminescent phytoplankton. The organisms respond to changes in the water. Any movement will leave an impressive trail of bluish lights.
(Photo: Exilism/Flickr)

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(Source: palacestore)

destroyedforcomfort:

blackfootbeauty:

oliasis:

notyour-sidekick:

kleenexwoman:

did-you-kno:

Source

I have a few copies of “Playboy” from the 1970s stashed away somewhere. One of them has a letter where a guy writes in saying, “I met this really gorgeous, sweet woman, and we were planning to get married, but she sat me down yesterday and told me that she had a sex change before she met me. Mr. Hefner, should I marry someone who used to be a man?” and the response was, “So she had a sex change, big whoop. Would you be asking this question if she’d made any other change in her life before she met you? You love the woman she is now, and that’s all that should matter. If you want kids you can adopt or something.”

I feel so conflicted right now

That awkward moment when Hugh Hefner is more trans-positive than most feminists of the same era. 

omg

sprinkleofglitr:

The dream. 

i-may-be-strange:

His character was golden and the only reason to watch that train wreck

(Source: freak-thefreak-out)