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708 notes on 18 Apr 14

stupidstagram:

historyofheartbreak:

louislouislouislouislouislous:

Yes fire ben winston but fire lou teasdale first

No. Just no. You can’t force someone to change something about themselves I’m sorry. So if Liam loved his beard, he could keep it. Don’t blame Lou, you never know what the boys like or don’t like. Remember when everyone “loved” her. When the boys were kept on a tight leash? What if this is what they want and who they really are?

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# what the heck    # One Direction    # Lou Teasdale    # Ben Winston    
21 notes on 15 Apr 14

officialheinzdoofenshmirtz:

"(Pedophiles and necrophiles are treated worse than trans/coloured people but I don’t hear any SJWs stand up for their rights, hmm.)"

holy shit

hoooooooooly shit

holy SHIT


# EEW    # WHAT THE HECK    # pedophilia    # necrophilism    # cuss words    

thiscorpsofbrothers:

stopholdingontoair:

It’s weird to think about how your birth is a fixed point in time but your death is constantly moving based on the decisions you make. The length of your life is always fluctuating.


# what the heck    
60,268 notes on 04 Apr 14

mothensidhe:

cookiecest:

miss-andrea:

say it with me now kids

racism is natural

racism is healthy

racism is nothing to be ashamed of

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# what the heck    # racism    
949 notes on 03 Apr 14

hella-blonde:

my brain cells are dying


# what the heck    
21,029 notes on 01 Apr 14
just-eggs:

dennys:

Good morning!

What does this even mean Denny’s?

just-eggs:

dennys:

Good morning!

What does this even mean Denny’s?


# what the heck    # Denny's    # Twitter    
30 Mar 14

As early as 1993, a March of Dimes poll found that forty-three percent of Americans would engage in genetic engineering ‘simply to enhance their children’s looks or intelligence.’


supersketch97:

How the hell can a shaved head violate dress code

supersketch97:

How the hell can a shaved head violate dress code

(Source: literallysame)


# what the HECK    

nostalgiaultra:

djscrewatarave1998funeralcrunk:

harrystylesdildo:

Volunteering at a soup kitchen is one of the least productive things you can do to change the world. Art can inspire people and motivate them. Food is important, yes, but you aren’t changing that person’s life. 

whoever wrote this post has definitely never been hungry

I remember one christmas we were short on money so my brother just drew us some pictures of mashed potato it was poppin!!! We ate the pencils too!!!


# what the heck    

(Source: mr-psycho-bunny)