1. itsmeaveryd:



    I’m 20 years old and I still can’t spell unessarcaryccery

    a shirt has one Collar, two Sleeves


    you dear sir, have changed my life

    (Source: whitelighterleo, via bemybitch-xo)

  2. we-are-all-secretly-dead:


    This is me, my name is Kelli and I’m 17-years-old, battling cancer for the third time. I have less than a year to live and the only thing I want to do more than anything before I die is meet Ellen. She’s my sunshine. She’s the reason I wake up everyday and I watch her show every morning. She just radiates so much joy and happiness and she gives me hope. It’s really my dream to be able to meet her. Unfortunately, due to a long waiting list, the Wish Foundation told me I probably wouldn’t be able to meet her within my short timeline. But I see miracles happen all the time.. therefore I won’t give up on my dream. I thought that maybe if this gets enough attention, someone from the Ellen Show would come across it, or maybe even Ellen herself will know of me and my wish to meet her. Please, help me make my wish come true.  

    omfg. this has to happen for her

    (via bemybitch-xo)

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  4. dederants:





    My Uncle forgot to roll up the window to his truck, and we found this little guy inside.

    He hates you.

    He hates everything.

    But especially you.

    that owl is almost entirely head. Head and hatred.



    (via bemybitch-xo)

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  6. The one guy I went on a date with in high school is now a drag queen and if that doesn’t describe my life I don’t know what does.


  7. I forgot what tumblr is.


  8. Once I get internet set up in my apartment, I’ll probably be on here non-stop again….and watch my grades decline…


  9. I’ve forgotten what tumblr is

  10. musicpnppl:


    Where Children Sleep photographed by James Mollison around the world.

    "When photographer James Mollison was asked to do a project on children’s rights, he found himself thinking back to his childhood bedroom and the deep importance it played in his upbringing. Taking that idea with him around the world, he photographed a diverse cross section of children and the bedrooms they call home. His moving images remove the children from their home environment, showing them before a neutral background that mostly hides their economic status as if to say “kids are just kids.” Only when their bedroom is observed, however, does the full scope of their living situation become poiniently clear.”

    (via mallorymayday)