“Men judge us
by our broad
hips and forget
their birthplace.”
“You can be in a relationship for two years and feel nothing; you can be in a relationship for 2 months and feel everything. Time is not a measure of quality; of infatuation, or of love.”
— What my relationships have taught me. (via lozzat)

slimydad:

I can not stop watching this

this video has disrupted my entire day

kingsleyyy:

this never fails to make me laugh, even when i’m in a bad mood

kingsleyyy:

this never fails to make me laugh, even when i’m in a bad mood

peaceloveandbrittana:

toddlers are essentially just drunk college kids

“If you don’t get excited when you’re about to kiss someone then you probably shouldn’t be kissing them. It should get you riled up inside and should not be mediocre.”

the-awesome-adventurer:

the-awesome-adventurer:

the-awesome-adventurer:

I think the snapchats of my math teacher are the only thing I’ll be remembered for and I’m okay with that

I got suspended, Thursday school, and moved to an entirely different classroom because of this post.

I JUST FOUND OUT THEY BANNED SNAPCHAT ON MY SCHOOLS SERVER BECAUSE OF THIS OMFG

doctorswithoutborders:

Photo by Sylvain Cherkaoui/Cosmos
In a storehouse in Guéckédou, teams prepare solidarity kits for the families of people who are ill with or have died from Ebola. Mattresses, sheets, towels, mosquito nets and soap are offered to the community to replace what has been destroyed or burned in the patient’s room to avoid contamination. “Apart from the enormous workload, it is extremely challenging both physically and emotionally for our staff,” said  Dr. Hilde de Clerck, MSF doctor. ”Outreach teams often travel long ways to reach affected communities. Many also know the affected families themselves and are witness to heartbreaking moments when people must be taken from their family or community into the treatment center.”

doctorswithoutborders:

Photo by Sylvain Cherkaoui/Cosmos

In a storehouse in Guéckédou, teams prepare solidarity kits for the families of people who are ill with or have died from Ebola. Mattresses, sheets, towels, mosquito nets and soap are offered to the community to replace what has been destroyed or burned in the patient’s room to avoid contamination. “Apart from the enormous workload, it is extremely challenging both physically and emotionally for our staff,” said  Dr. Hilde de Clerck, MSF doctor. ”Outreach teams often travel long ways to reach affected communities. Many also know the affected families themselves and are witness to heartbreaking moments when people must be taken from their family or community into the treatment center.”

sevenseventhree:

important. watch how you talk about the violence in chicago; understand where it really stems from. if you are blaming communities, get the fuck outta here.

burn-both-ends:

Bob’s burgers x totoro while Bob’s hallucinating on absinthe LOL

wsjhouseoftheday:

Abundant Amenities in Brooklyn

Photos: Steve Remich for The Wall Street Journal

gypsyrose27:

mandyohh:

this is me.

I do this to you when you sleep and you don’t even know it.

“Words do not express thoughts very well; every thing immediately becomes a little different, a little distorted, a little foolish. And yet it also pleases me and seems right that what is of value and wisdom of one man seems nonsense to another.”
— Gautama Buddha (via youngwannabebuddhist)
distressed • enchant