offisir:

do u ever just cum and it ain’t great and ur like “ok that one was super lame”

thebigbearcave:

evoroil:

thebigbearcave:

Toph Tuesday!

*STAMP OF APPROVAL*

Toph is approved! Royal House Bei Fong, Lord of Melons, Ruler of Earth, Supreme Metalbender, Team Avatar, titles titles

thumbcramps:

imagine if women could be popular lets players or video game reviewers on reviewers. imagine if women could do that and not be relentlessly harassed. imagine if the gaming community wasnt still a sausage fest in 2014. imagine

a-daks:

Adventure time, abandon your friends!We’ll go to very distant landsLenn the AI and ‘Lina the humanthe tears will never endit’s Adventure Time~

a-daks:

Adventure time, abandon your friends!
We’ll go to very distant lands
Lenn the AI and ‘Lina the human
the tears will never end
it’s Adventure Time~

vixyish:

maswartz:

I honestly think people forget that the church and state are supposed to be separate. Give me one non-religious reason against same sex marriage. One non-religious reason against stem cell research. One non-religious reason against safe abortions. Go ahead.

I’ve been saying this for YEARS.

Rob Zombie - Dragula
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arya stark: sick of joffrey’s shit since 289 ac

dutchster:

life may be rough but boobs are really really soft


Foxfire, also sometimes referred to as “fairy fire”, is the bioluminescence created by some species of fungi present in decaying wood. The bluish green glow is attributed to luciferase, an oxidizing agent, which emits light as it reacts with luciferin. Although the purpose is unknown, it is widely believed that the light is meant to attract insects to spread its spores or, to act as a warning to hungry animals, similar to the bright colors exhibited by some poisonous or unpalatable species of animals.

Foxfire, also sometimes referred to as “fairy fire”, is the bioluminescence created by some species of fungi present in decaying wood. The bluish green glow is attributed to luciferase, an oxidizing agent, which emits light as it reacts with luciferin. Although the purpose is unknown, it is widely believed that the light is meant to attract insects to spread its spores or, to act as a warning to hungry animals, similar to the bright colors exhibited by some poisonous or unpalatable species of animals.