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I’VE GOT A NEW TUMBLR ACCOUNT!

If you get a random sounding follow tonight that’s me adding you all back on it. <3

lovingevenwhenbroken:

marauders4evr:

Made by Marauders4EVR 1/5/13 5:55 PM

No, no. No. Scroll your happy ass back up and read this. Nooooooo. Up. There you go. Thank you!

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the-walking-dead-art:

Be gentle, sky, and let me rest  

the-walking-dead-art:

Be gentle, sky, and let me rest  

jadehariey:

jadehariey:

jadehariey:

jadehariey:

why is it not socially acceptable to talk to yourself in public 

shut up

don’t tell me what to do

u wanna fucking go

(Source: twistedtheory)

silvermoonflower:

gimpygabi:

kougamyazawa:

Whenever I watch this I forget it’s Daniel Radcliffe playing a bunch of other people and not a bunch of other people dressed as Daniel Radcliffe.

That awkward beautiful moment when you remember that actors actually act

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teensfromhell:

he’s still so adorable

teensfromhell:

he’s still so adorable

(Source: you-rejustalonelystar)

theamericankid:

I’ll allow it.

theamericankid:

I’ll allow it.

the-absolute-funniest-posts:

bringin-sassy-back:

me



Via/Follow The Absolute Greatest Posts…ever.

the-absolute-funniest-posts:

bringin-sassy-back:

me

Via/Follow The Absolute Greatest Posts…ever.

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AP Style: Same-sex couples are "partners," not husbands or wives

gaywrites:

The Associated Press, which sets standards for language and terminology in much of the media, decided recently that it won’t generally refer to married same-sex couples as two husbands or two wives, but as partners.

Media blogger Jim Romenesko today published an internal AP memo saying that “husband” or “wife,” in reference to same-sex couples, “may be used in AP stories with attribution,” adding, “Generally AP uses couples or partners to describe people in civil unions or same-sex marriages.” Quickly, an AP spokesman sent Romenesko a revised memo with somewhat more restrictive guidelines, saying, “Such terms may be used in AP content if those involved have regularly used those terms … or in quotes attributed to them,” and repeating, “Generally AP uses couples or partners to describe people in civil unions or same-sex marriages.”

Some are saying this is another example of LGBT people being “separate but equal.” Others don’t care so much. What say you?

gingerpeanutdanitime:

kat8brains:

fairwind:

mkmonster:

locket-keeper:

carry-on-my-wayward-holmes:

youtubebabes:

allyykatt:

This is what happens when women write ad campaigns for other women 

Woah

i neED THIS BECAUSE OF REASONS 

BWAHAHA! whatever works, I guess

Dear god this is beautiful.

A+ for the legitimate health reminder and another A+ for brilliance.

A+ for excellence would watch again

STILL disappointed the ap doesn’t work on my tablet.

My mouth is stuck open

(Source: youtube.com)

deezyville:

I hope this reaches somebody tonight.

deezyville:

I hope this reaches somebody tonight.

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