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clothing adjustments that need to happen

talk-newty-to-me:

merlsemrys:

runningbox11:

• shirts actually designed for girls with larger chests
• plus size clothing ACTUALLY intended to accommodate plus size people not just scaled up littler clothing
• clothes for tall people that won’t ride up
• pants for people with no butts
• cute bras in bigger sizes
•the fashion industry’s understanding that there’s lots of body types and every body type deserves to feel good in the clothes they wear

pockets

pockets

snogboxez:

"You can see me."

What always gets me  is how easily Molly says she doesn’t count and the amount of hurt, indignation and apology in Sherlock’s face when she does. These actors I just-

randomactsofdouchebaggery:

God bless ‘what’s his name’.

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vagueversusvogue:

barbie-teacatch:

al-grave:

"What do you play? The Clarinet, you? I play the fucking HAMMER"

I MEAN THE OTHER PLAYER’S FACES THO

the dude in the back knew it was coming, the other dude forgot

vagueversusvogue:

barbie-teacatch:

al-grave:

"What do you play? The Clarinet, you? I play the fucking HAMMER"

I MEAN THE OTHER PLAYER’S FACES THO

the dude in the back knew it was coming, the other dude forgot

artistfire13:

karensdisciple:

THIS SHOW GIVES NO FUCKS

THIS SHOW IS THE REASON THIS WORLD REVOLVES AROUND THE SUN AND HUMANS ARE STILL ALIVE

itsrainingrene:

if i die resurrect me with this video

pros and cons of being friends with me

punkukulele:

pros

  • puns
  • free baked goods
  • honest opinions
  • i laugh at everything
  • you’re always the attractive friend
  • i never sleep so i’m always up to talk
  • i don’t judge

cons

  • puns
  • mental instability
  • everything i say is annoying
  • i repeat myself a lot
  • i’m an anxious piece of trash
  • i sing a lot
  • i say so many self depreciating things it’s pathetic
  • mood swings
  • i hardly go out

beatrispriorities:

… so when people tell you that there’s nothing to learn from YA fiction, you’ll know they’re missing out.

"In the case of good books, the point is not to see how many of them you can get through, but rather how many can get through to you." (Mortimer J. Adler)