tom-sits-like-a-whore:

tumble-duh:

theludicrousrival:

the-more-u-know:

Parenting, you’re doing it right. 

I can only hope to be this type of parent.

These parents make my heart melt

That last one really got me. That’s such a good idea, and bless his dad for wanting his son to not feel left out. All his friends were probably like “Look at all my candy” and Fletcher was like “LOOK AT ALL MY TOYS HAHA I GOT TOYS”

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hawkules:

"what do we say to the god of death?"

please wait until i’ve played inquisition

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slaydria:

Also we call them the ghost facers in these parts.

I’m not the only one!

battlereadyprince:

I am absolutely sick and tired of the assertion that the human mind is not capable of deliberate malicious action unless its abilities are compromised.

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lemonsthecorgi:

ralphadog:

IT’S FINALLY HAPPENING.


CHEEEEEESE

lemonsthecorgi:

ralphadog:

IT’S FINALLY HAPPENING.

CHEEEEEESE

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holiday-in-cami-bodia:

dont tell me you didnt see this coming

(via capleesi)

when a student wants to keep arguing about his grade

iwasyourteacher:

i’m like:

emporioefikz:

Steampunk skypirate boots

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buzzfeed:

A look into the experiences of bisexual women who happened to fall in love with men

Graphics by Chris Ritter

Reblogging this again because it’s so important.

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Anonymous said: Yeah have faith in the show runners that they have learned their lesson. One thing that was lost with season 3 was the terrific humor that was between Carrie and Quinn. Mainly lost because of his crisis of conscience. It is something they need to bring back because it lightened up homeland. I hope they get this relationship right - the main mistake with Brody was they just dragged it out too long. It always had a shelf life - there was never going to be any kind of peace for them.

hellyeahomeland:

Season three in general was very humorless, but I believe that was intentional. This show has never been funny — not like Mad Men or Breaking Bad, which have some element of dark humor in at least every episode. Homeland is the bleakest, most depressing show on television IMO.

When they go for it they really go for it.