people wear this?





the many faces of aaron paul @ london fashion week



rakka-chan:

shonilane:

geekscoutcookies:

justlance:

EVERYBODY GETS A GAY HUSBAND!!!!

I have dibs on NPH.

Eh. I’ll take John Barrowman.

Matt Bomer please



desarios:

“You’re like this flower. And I know it’s springtime, but I’d hate to see you get plucked by someone who doesn’t even care that you’re blossoming.”



theongreyjoy:

when i say i ship something i don’t just mean ” I want them to fuck each other’s brains out”. despite the literal context i think shipping is simply wanting two people to be closer to each other and matter or to each other than any other person. The deepest friendships and the deepest family relationships can be shipped. it’s the idea that two people were inexplicably made for each other, and contrary to popular belief, sex doesn’t always need to be a factor. it can be an added bonus, but it’s not necessary to ship someone. loving a pairing together is, in my opinion, loving an all encompassing relationship that can be interpreted any way you want.  





actualdisneyprincesskanyewest:

current:

BOOM

HE WANNA SEE THE RECEIPTS



happy elephant appreciation day! [x]





I’ve changed so much as a person since I’ve met Ellen. I used to think that the way to be strong was to be tough. I used to think that to be independent was to not need anyone. She’s taught me that the more vulnerable you are, and the softer you are, and the more you allow people into your life, and into your heart, the happier you are, and the more valuable you are to other people. Ellen has completely changed the way I look at life. She’s made me not worry about what other people think. I mean I’m still working on that, I have to be honest. But she’s taught me that who I am is perfectly good enough, and that I don’t have to pretend to be anything other than who I am. And that’s been the most incredible gift that she’s given me, that anyone could give to anybody that they love.”



wilwheaton:

So in the debate tonight, this guy, Barry, asked what he described as a “tough question,” but was actually really, really lame and pretty much the opposite of tough. It was such a joke, I started wondering what other “tough questions” Barry would ask.

I made some #ToughQuestionsFromBarry jokes on Twitter, some other people did the same, and … well, um. This happened.

Yeah. This dumb joke I thought of made it to the third place on Twitter’s trending thing in America.



break-bad:

osito-panda:

actionactioncut:

waltjrsbreakfast:

bollyspired:

Murder is wrong!