5ft1:

get the fuck out of here 

(Source: happychaneira, via sauntering-down)


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lyannas:

#LORAS OUT

(via yuukokouzuki)


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reservoir-fantasy:

"I need to remember."  

(via makepieswakethedead)


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inspired by (x) and (x)

(Source: ofabeautifulnight, via wasarahbi)


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All that hooey about a symbol of liberty, fighting American—even someone like me could fall for it. I guess ‘cause we need a Captain America. I need a Captain America.

(Source: arthurdarvvill, via toomucheisenberg)


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septagonstudios:

Beart24 ON TUMBLR
I’M WITH YOU

starmaki:

Dangerous ghost.

(via tonyscapsicle)


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Folie à Deux: a Stiles/Lydia as serial killers AU

Lydia can shape Stiles into anything she chooses. What she chooses is this: blood, breath, and a slow death.

can we talk about sebastian stan’s legs for a moment?

(Source: sebuttchinstan, via the-writers-ramblings)


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6 year old fan asks Sebastian a question.

(Source: missmarvel, via jmormont)


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"To become presence, means accepting the risk of absence." 

-Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, The Little Prince

(Source: agentofmidgard, via axonsandsynapses)


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Anonymous asked: Are you trying to create idioms or list existing ones? If it's the latter then what about "score" being used to mean "get laid"? And "rebound"? Apologies if that's not what you're looking for. I don't know what "male-female interaction patterns" are.

Listing existing ones! I’m not altogether sure what it means either, that’s just the way the assignment worded it.

So far, I’ve come up with two - 

"The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach." 

"You throw like a girl." 

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Hey guys!

I’m trying to crowdsource my homework.

Can you help me come up with some American idiomatic expressions that use a food or sports metaphor to refer to male or female personality traits or male-female interaction patterns.


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I used to be picked in high school. People were like “You look like Jason Priestley!”