Happy Mangos

madeofwut:

casperthefriendlycunt:

ethyne:

you’ve probably sat next to a boy in class that’s had a boner before

they were sitting next to me of course they had a boner 

Touché

A touché may cause a boner, too…

I realized that while Lucy looks like an excellent movie, part of the reason I’m excited about it is that she has Delphine-Hair.

shamyyellow:

jellyfishjulie:

tastethelesbianpride:

hiding-my-sincerity:

imapanicatthediscofanblog:

bliindside:

schizoider:

smokinginsomnia:

t-repidus:

mollym4c:

lussssst:

ind-ie:

ruoloc:


This is someone dying while having an MRI scan. Before you die, your brain releases tons and tons of endorphins that make you feel a range of emotions. Tragically beautiful.


wow

Can never not reblog.

this is crazy. they say this is when ‘your life flashes before your eyes’

one of my favourite posts

holy fucking hell

oh so deep


OhmyFUCKINGgod this is beatiful



THIS IS FROM THE GODDAMNED FUCKING WALKING DEAD
IT SAYS AMC IN THE CORNER YOU GUYS
This is not a person dying during an MRI scan, this is someone turning into a zombie from season fucking one. Ya’ll go to bed.

i’m dying right now. 

Research, people. It saves lives. Or you know, prevents embarrassment…

shamyyellow:

jellyfishjulie:

tastethelesbianpride:

hiding-my-sincerity:

imapanicatthediscofanblog:

bliindside:

schizoider:

smokinginsomnia:

t-repidus:

mollym4c:

lussssst:

ind-ie:

ruoloc:

This is someone dying while having an MRI scan. Before you die, your brain releases tons and tons of endorphins that make you feel a range of emotions. Tragically beautiful.

wow

Can never not reblog.

this is crazy. they say this is when ‘your life flashes before your eyes’

one of my favourite posts

holy fucking hell

oh so deep

OhmyFUCKINGgod this is beatiful

THIS IS FROM THE GODDAMNED FUCKING WALKING DEAD

IT SAYS AMC IN THE CORNER YOU GUYS

This is not a person dying during an MRI scan, this is someone turning into a zombie from season fucking one. Ya’ll go to bed.

i’m dying right now. 

Research, people. It saves lives. Or you know, prevents embarrassment…

wide-worlds-joy:

ladyvivamus:

themightyblim:

miss-azura:

bifrostedflake:

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MAKE LOKI FIX IT

Sad thing is in actual mythology this is very accurate. But loki does always fix the problem and usually the other gods got something good out of it in the end like magical weapons and tools, so really the other gods should stop bitching cuz when loki cleans up his messes they get free shit out of it.

Or, on one memorable occasion, a very nice horse.

Accurate post is accurate.

A very nice horse would produce free shit.

isnerdy:

rj4gui4r:

slussy:

Frankenstein enters into a body building competition and finds he has seriously misunderstood the objective

FOR THE LAST TIME, FRANKENSTEIN WAS THE NAME OF THE DOCTOR

…a doctor who built a body.

ten-and-donna:

masukunda:

devourthegalaxy:

sayingnotostatusquo:

alwayscastle17:

dauntless-nerdfighter:

THIS IS BRILLIANT ON SO MANY LEVELS

THIS IS BEAUTIFUL

Excuse me, I think you’re forgetting a few people

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And last but not least…

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OH. MY. GOD.

IT GOT BETTER

There are some themes, some subjects, too large for adult fiction; they can only be dealt with adequately in a children’s book.

The reason for that is that in adult literary fiction, stories are there on sufferance. Other things are felt to be more important: technique, style, literary knowingness. Adult writers who deal in straightforward stories find themselves sidelined into a genre such as crime or science fiction, where no one expects literary craftsmanship.

But stories are vital. Stories never fail us because, as Isaac Bashevis Singer says, “events never grow stale.” There’s more wisdom in a story than in volumes of philosophy. And by a story I mean not only Little Red Riding Hood and Cinderella and Jack and the Beanstalk but also the great novels of the nineteenth century, Jane Eyre, Middlemarch, Bleak House and many others: novels where the story is at the center of the writer’s attention, where the plot actually matters. The present-day would-be George Eliots take up their stories as if with a pair of tongs. They’re embarrassed by them. If they could write novels without stories in them, they would. Sometimes they do.

But what characterizes the best of children’s authors is that they’re not embarrassed to tell stories. They know how important stories are, and they know, too, that if you start telling a story you’ve got to carry on till you get to the end. And you can’t provide two ends, either, and invite the reader to choose between them. Or as in a highly praised recent adult novel I’m about to stop reading, three different beginnings. In a book for children you can’t put the plot on hold while you cut artistic capers for the amusement of your sophisticated readers, because, thank God, your readers are not sophisticated. They’ve got more important things in mind than your dazzling skill with wordplay. They want to know what happens next.

Philip Pullman, born October 19, 1946

Exceedingly apropos of my last reblog, and also just some Basic Truth.

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That’s a pretty sick burn on literary fiction, Philip Pullman. Four for you.

(via jkateel)

stilllifequickheart:

Hilda Oomen
Pink Geranium
2013

teal-deer:

aliceinwonderlandbeforetime:

fearless-feminism:

Feminist Dragons

Inspired by X

-annoying:

i want flawless eyebrows and $100,000

In that order, too. One can never overestimate the importance of perfect eyebrows. But if you are already blessed, how about $200,000?