May172013
May122013

the-absolute-funniest-posts:

sur-demon:

ohmelissaoh:

dead. literally, dead.

ahahahahaaha

This post has been featured on a 1000notes.com blog.

(Source: 42g33ks, via i-dont-believe-in-mountains)

12AM
April142013

sithlordbillypilgrim:

scotchtrooper:

g33kgasm:

I’ve never seen a dog so happy to be in a costume.

What is this wizardry?!

Wampug!

nothing has ever made me as happy as seeing this just did. 

(Source: pleatedjeans, via thefizz)

March282013

layla-miller:

My favorite gifs/pics of Ray Narvaez Jr.

Please add proper credit.

(Source: throwsomeroses, via nico-di-angelo)

2AM
2AM

themightytrout:

onna4:

Can we appreciate that the Doctor’s first onscreen mouth-to-mouth kiss in the was with K-9

image

yes

(via half-doomed-and-semi-sweet)

2AM
spazzyena:

knightarcana:

vintage-aerith:

deliverygirlaika:

by 伊東
異議あり!

SCREAM
REALLY GOOD CROSSOVER AAAAHHHH

UNF

Phoenix wright Ace Attorney Reaches out to the truth

spazzyena:

knightarcana:

vintage-aerith:

deliverygirlaika:

by 伊東

異議あり!

SCREAM

REALLY GOOD CROSSOVER AAAAHHHH

UNF

Phoenix wright Ace Attorney Reaches out to the truth

(via pleading-eyes)

2AM

(Source: corseque, via luxio)

2AM
electric-snake:


13. Deal With Your Shit
Happiness is active, not passive; it’s a decision, not an award someone gives you. Happiness takes adjustment. When something is broken, you adjust that thing with a wrench, a screwdriver, maybe a flamethrower. Writers, as it turns out, bring a lot of shit to the table. Other people have baggage. Writers have cargo. (By the goddamn tonnage.) This burden will stand in the way of your happiness as a writer because, worst of all, it will stop you from writing. Whatever it is that blocks you, it’s up to you to unblock. Deal with it on the page. Deal with it in therapy. Deal with it with medically-approved happy pills, whatever. Hard as it may be, it remains your choice to atomize the obstacles in your mind and on your path.

Chuck Wendig, 25 Ways To Be A Happy Writer (Or, At Least, Happier)

electric-snake:

13. Deal With Your Shit

Happiness is active, not passive; it’s a decision, not an award someone gives you. Happiness takes adjustment. When something is broken, you adjust that thing with a wrench, a screwdriver, maybe a flamethrower. Writers, as it turns out, bring a lot of shit to the table. Other people have baggage. Writers have cargo. (By the goddamn tonnage.) This burden will stand in the way of your happiness as a writer because, worst of all, it will stop you from writing. Whatever it is that blocks you, it’s up to you to unblock. Deal with it on the page. Deal with it in therapy. Deal with it with medically-approved happy pills, whatever. Hard as it may be, it remains your choice to atomize the obstacles in your mind and on your path.

Chuck Wendig, 25 Ways To Be A Happy Writer (Or, At Least, Happier)

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