nudely:

PAUL MARCUS FUOG

When I think about it, this couldn’t be more accurate
black-luxury:

Black Luxury!

black-luxury:

Black Luxury!

bestnatesmithever:

savingpollyoliver:

myhero-thelastrealdreamer:

the innocence of this movie is actually great

This was actually in the book. 

This was actually what happened in real life.

freetwain:

Get. Away. From. Her. Now.

freetwain:

Get. Away. From. Her. Now.

The People That Born Between 1994 And 1999 Are Awesome Because…

marlicouriersix:

swing-in-the-sky:

demi-naynay-gomez:

thebeablefish:

maryyulz:

We already lived in two different millenniums

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We already lived in two different ages

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We already lived in 3 different decades

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We already passed through: 1/1/1, 2/2/2, 3/3/3, 4/4/4, 5/5/5, 6/6/6, 7/7/7, 8/8/8, 9/9/9, 10/10/10, 11/11/11

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And we passed through: 12/12/12

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We watched the “End of the World”

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And all that before turning 18!

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you made my life sound so exciting

And we spent most of it on the internet

Yep

nohighs:

YOU REALLY THINK A FUCKIN PANCAKE IS GONNA FIX THIS HEATHER

nohighs:

YOU REALLY THINK A FUCKIN PANCAKE IS GONNA FIX THIS HEATHER

coolerthanbefore:

1990 Maserati 250F recreation

lifestyleoftheunemployed:

Date Out of Your League
"The more you trust Allah, the more He amazes you."
youngjusticer:

Although Stan Lee claims that the “X” in “X-Men” stands for their “extra” powers, the letter might as well mean “existential” since we respond so emotionally to them. Their stories may be best understood as literary examples of crisis. With each villain defeated, a new evil inevitably emerges. The heroes’ eternal labor represents the confining limits of our lives. The X-Men, like most of us, are born into circumstances beyond their control. Professor X wages an endless “war” for mutant rights and equality. Even when he can simply telepathically force others to accept mutantkind, doing so would be considered “bad faith.”
X-Men Origins: Wolverine, by Flayu.
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youngjusticer:

Although Stan Lee claims that the “X” in “X-Men” stands for their “extra” powers, the letter might as well mean “existential” since we respond so emotionally to them. Their stories may be best understood as literary examples of crisis. With each villain defeated, a new evil inevitably emerges. The heroes’ eternal labor represents the confining limits of our lives. The X-Men, like most of us, are born into circumstances beyond their control. Professor X wages an endless “war” for mutant rights and equality. Even when he can simply telepathically force others to accept mutantkind, doing so would be considered “bad faith.”

X-Men Origins: Wolverine, by Flayu.

Poor Harold………………………….“Number Please?” (1920)