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charlesoberonn:

Biology tells you you’re 70% water

Chemistry tells you you’re 60% oxygen

Physics tell you you’re 99.99999999% empty space

And I tell you you’re 100% a cutie.

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trollzin:

hi-im-becca:

somerandombandchick:

The Moth Pit

Omfg

so thats what moths are doing

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lumpyrug:

loverrtits:

elaichi-cha:

bblackgoldd:

Racebent Addams Family inspired by: (x), (x), (x), (x)

Gina Torres as Morticria Addams
Willow Smith as Wednesday Addams
Giancarlo Esposito as Gomez Addams
Rico Rodriguez as Pugsley Addams

oh. yes.

YES

Please

YES YES YES.

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bi-unicorns:

Destroy gender roles, not gender identity 

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julianahuxtable:

I WILL KILL CHILDREN FOR THIS GLOSS … 

julianahuxtable:

I WILL KILL CHILDREN FOR THIS GLOSS … 

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babygirlcryfest:

fuck
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99cavalier asked: whenever someone shouts for going to georgia i want to yell 'we have seen the enemy was always the better song of that type' but that's too many words i'd get shouted over before i could complete that sentence

johndarnielle:

funny thing about “We Have Seen The Enemy” is that it’s kind of as pure an example of one of my favored back-then aesthetics as can be found (it doesn’t really have a verse and chorus so much as a verse and envoi; nothing repeats, it just gets in and gets out; not all my songs back then were like that, but those were the ones that interested me most) and is, at the same time, one of the few that feels to me like it would have benefitted from a proper complement of musicians in a studio under the stewardship of a producer. I can hear it with an orchestra, or just rolling drums and bass and some layered cellos, or something further afield with snare drums and saxophones. any number of things. why this is interesting to me: back then people were constantly asking me “why don’t you re-record some of these songs in a studio, with a band?” and I’d think “buddy do you seriously not get that the presentation is an actual aesthetic choice here?” which I still think about virtually all of that boombox stuff, those records sound like I want them to sound, but “We Have Seen the Enemy” somehow exemplifies one back-then tendency while looking weirdly forward. concur that it’s also a considerably more interesting song than “Going to Georgia” in my opinion, high five to that, though my reasons are different from yours insofar as another thing I like about “Enemy” is that it feels like a fairly mature expression, it’s about vulnerability, that’s a topic that still interests me

well there you go that’s JD thinkin about some of his old stuff out loud sorry if it comes off all self-absorbed I just hadn’t thought of the comparison before and it was interesting to me 

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panic-inspiration:

gentlemenoftheshade:

Matthew Tennyson and John Light as Puck and Oberon in the Globe’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, 2013

I don’t know if I’ve reblogged this before and I don’t care.

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ahrned:

Fuck you u digital ass lamb

ahrned:

Fuck you u digital ass lamb

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hxpnotize:

hystericarosie:

here are two bunnies using another bunny as a couch

omg

hxpnotize:

hystericarosie:

here are two bunnies using another bunny as a couch

omg

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