ex-vengeance-demon:

I made this into a ringtone for my phone, and I thought I’d share it.

ihaveabsolutelynoidea:

never underestimate a man’s ability to cut you off in the middle of a conversation 

rememberrbuckybarnes:

tauriel2fab4u:

tauriel2fab4u:

IM MAKING A PIE AND I ACCIDENTALLY PUT IODINE IN IT INSTEAD OF VANILLA EXTRACT

I ALMOST FED THIS PIE TO MY FAMILY
I WAS GOING TO FEED THIS PIE TO MY CLASSMATES

I WAS ABOUT TO MURDER PEOPLE THROUGH PIE

LIKE LOOK AT THIS FUCKING PIE

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DOESNT IT LOOK NICE

DONT YOU WANT TO EAT IT

TOO FUCKING BAD ITS POISONOUS YOU’LL DIE

HOW DO YOU MIX UP IODINE AND VANILLA EXTRACT

WHY DO YOU HAVE IODINE IN THE KITCHEN

WHY DO YOU HAVE IT AT ALL

WHY

inwentzify:

the three p’s

  • pizza
  • pasta
  • pthe strokes

dancingblobthing:

terftrash:

my priority are sex traffic victims and poor women i don’t have time for the theoretical happy prostitute and if you do you do not care about those women you care more about the fucking industry and keeping the privileged women blind to their own oppression

all of this.

(Source: letmyplantsdie)

So much of being Black in America is seeing things that no one else sees, or wants to see. Sometimes, it turns out, there is indeed nothing there. […] And yet, many conspiracy theories are eventually proven true. The late Detroit mayor Coleman Young used to always say: “Just because you’re paranoid, don’t mean ain’t nobody out to get you.” Black people all over the world know that there are people out there who mean them harm and have a vested interest in writing off their claims as craziness, conspiracy theories, fantasy.

Thomas Jefferson did father Sally Hemings’s children; the CIA did help introduce crack cocaine into America’s inner cities; those doctors at Tuskegee Institute weren’t healing those Black men infected with syphilis; white folks in New Orleans, Chicago, and Washington, D.C. were plotting to reclaim neighborhoods from Blacks. The Chicago Police Department and the FBI did execute Black Panthers Fred Hampton and Mark Clark while they slept.
Robert E. Pierre and Jon Jeter | A Day Late and a Dollar Short: High Hopes and Deferred Dreams in Obama’s “Post-Racial” America (via wretchedoftheearth)