Bored and Perverted

titytwochainz:

you really a bitch if you let the microwave hit zeros while your family is asleep you disrespectful bitch

psychotictk:

super-who-lockian:

yes-i-am-lucifer:

You just know nobody is reblogging this for the dog

what dog?

damn

Now you talking my language

gimtana:

coolguyemote:

everyone has seen this picture at least once in their internet life

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let’s not forget about this gem

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This made my night.

Me planning out my outfits

Me planning out my outfits

Has the color of your
eyes changed? We felt
like a lifetime ago, so
I wouldn’t really be
surprised if they have.

Everything about you
seems so different now.
Maybe I pictured your eyes
to be more emerald than
they truly were. Was your
smile really as bright? Did
you make me laugh quite
that hard, or did I feign
giggles to cover up the
fact that we never fit
quite as painlessly as
my subconscious would
have me believe?

My long-term fondness
contorts the memories
into something
they never were.
Noor Shiraziei’m not sure you ever existed. (via aestheticintrovert)

nateswinehart:

Being good to each other is so important, guys.

Stuff to Blow Your Mind - Syphilis: The Great Imitator
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stufftoblowyourmind:

Doctors have called it the great imitator because this destructive venereal disease can manifest almost any symptom. Initially spreading through sexual contact, Syphilis can remain dormant in the body for decades before flaring up again in brutally disfiguring, debilitating and deadly ways. In this episode of Stuff to Blow Your Mind, Robert and Julie explore the science of syphilis.

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