I am exhausted.

School. Work. Life. Love. A puppy who needs as much attention as a baby. Possibly because she is a baby. 

I go through car after car and just fuck them all up. I go through friend after friend and rental after rental.

I am so stressed and anxious and upset and CRAZY. I want to quit my job and quit school and run away. I want to quit my life because my life is what’s making it hard.

I don’t know what I’m doing or where I’m going. I’m running myself ragged and it’s just ridiculous.

I must send off a vibe of “Don’t talk to me,” “don’t be my friend,” “I’m not worth it.” Because I have one friend. In a town of 16,000 people. I have one person aside from my boyfriend who I hang out with on a regular basis. She also happens to sit next to me at work and is what I will be like if Cameron ever leaves me.

Wow.

popculturebrain:

Behind the Scenes : ‘Orange Is the New Black' season 2 | Vulture, OITNB on Instagram

ladyfabulous:

tcfkag:

allthingshyper:

witchyroses:

omjephillips:

witchyroses:

WHAT IS HAPPENING HERE?!??!??!

It’s quicksand. Quicksand is much thicker than water, which is why things sink so slowly. By that same logic, one can walk on its surface if you go fast enough and with little enough pressure, like skipping a stone on water.

THAT IS FANTASTIC

Non-Newtonian fluids, everyone.

As a child I believed that quicksand was going to be a much bigger problem in my life than it has turned out to be.  Little did I know I could defeat it by simply waddling like a penguin.

Same here! The 80s gave me unrealistic expectations on how much quicksand I would encounter in my life.

ladyfabulous:

tcfkag:

allthingshyper:

witchyroses:

omjephillips:

witchyroses:

WHAT IS HAPPENING HERE?!??!??!

It’s quicksand. Quicksand is much thicker than water, which is why things sink so slowly. By that same logic, one can walk on its surface if you go fast enough and with little enough pressure, like skipping a stone on water.

THAT IS FANTASTIC

Non-Newtonian fluids, everyone.

As a child I believed that quicksand was going to be a much bigger problem in my life than it has turned out to be.  Little did I know I could defeat it by simply waddling like a penguin.

Same here! The 80s gave me unrealistic expectations on how much quicksand I would encounter in my life.

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albinwonderland:

jopara:

littleladyluna:

little-girl-muffin:

methcafe:

I look up to laverne cox so hard 

Welp tears

I always love re-blogging Laverne Cox. Not only because of her eloquence, intelligence, kindness, and beauty, but also because her voice might be one of the most important in the fight against hatred in the U.S.A. today. What she has to say is crucial to the growth, peace, prosperity, and freedom of all of us. If you have the time, please watch this video. 

everyone needs to take seven minutes and watch this. 

This is really important. Watch it.

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beremylovechild:

This was such an important line to me. They never once used Angela as a black stereotype but they didn’t try to erase her identity as a black woman either. Nor did they make her being the black girl the only thing about her. She was quirky, wrote poetry, colored her hair and she cried. She was in equal measures strong and vulnerable. She was desired, full of insecurity and confidence. The only time any of the usual stereotypical TV troops about black women were brought into play they were used in a satirical way to make fun of how little the characters around her knew about being a Woc because they weren’t Woc and even then there was no hostility or alienation on either parts. Angela was a complex black girl, with complex relationships and a realistic personality/sense of identity and her character was just really important to me.

beremylovechild:

This was such an important line to me. They never once used Angela as a black stereotype but they didn’t try to erase her identity as a black woman either. Nor did they make her being the black girl the only thing about her. She was quirky, wrote poetry, colored her hair and she cried. She was in equal measures strong and vulnerable. She was desired, full of insecurity and confidence. The only time any of the usual stereotypical TV troops about black women were brought into play they were used in a satirical way to make fun of how little the characters around her knew about being a Woc because they weren’t Woc and even then there was no hostility or alienation on either parts. Angela was a complex black girl, with complex relationships and a realistic personality/sense of identity and her character was just really important to me.

lacigreen:

lordesbiggestfan:

curiouskitty:

This is called sexual harassment.

Why would you even say that??? That’s disgusting

perez hilton is the scum of the earth.

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princessofthehufflepuff:

knowledje:

cloudsinvenice:

amplifiedattire:

Robot(?) leggings by Balenciaga. [Source]

Give me these robot leggings and a place to stand and I shall conquer the world. 

why the fuck would you want to look like a star wars character for?

why the fuck would you not?

myyearinmovies:

#36 - Drinking Buddies
I loved this movie. I didn’t know going in that there was no script and the actors improvised all dialogue, only knowing that they needed to get to certain bullet points in the plot; that made it even more impressive to me.
I love all four actors in the main cast and they were just terrific here, tremendous chemistry. Sort of the anti-romantic comedy, but perhaps the most believable one I’ve ever watched. It not only examines relationships, but also the concept of your “work wife/husband” and the eternal question of whether or not guys and gals can be “just friends.” If you love this movie, it’s probably because you’ve lived it or something like it. 
Viewed on January 23, 2014

myyearinmovies:

#36 - Drinking Buddies

loved this movie. I didn’t know going in that there was no script and the actors improvised all dialogue, only knowing that they needed to get to certain bullet points in the plot; that made it even more impressive to me.

I love all four actors in the main cast and they were just terrific here, tremendous chemistry. Sort of the anti-romantic comedy, but perhaps the most believable one I’ve ever watched. It not only examines relationships, but also the concept of your “work wife/husband” and the eternal question of whether or not guys and gals can be “just friends.” If you love this movie, it’s probably because you’ve lived it or something like it. 

Viewed on January 23, 2014

fivefootfire:

eclecticwiccan:

IMPORTANT

THIS. ESPECIALLY WHEN IT COMES TO RESTAURANT WORKERS AND STORE EMPLOYEES. I MAY BE AN ASSHOLE BUT NOT TO THOSE FOLKS WHO DO STUFF FOR ME BECAUSE I CAN’T

(Source: incognitomoustache)

“Don’t worry about the bitches in school — that could be a good motto, because you come across people like that throughout your life.” – Jennifer Lawrences advice to kids growing up today.

(Source: lovoto)