my friend Pete literally makes me cry with his snap stories

this is me, i am pete, love me 

we love you pete

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Sat, Apr 19 @ 5:04 PM



"So do you sell drugs?" "No I’m only five"

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Sat, Apr 19 @ 4:19 PM



Friendly reminder that this creepy moment existed. 

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Sat, Apr 19 @ 3:35 PM


So far, I have been enjoying the Adventures of Business Cat a great deal, possibly more than is appropriate for an adult human. (All of these are from the webcomic Happy Jar)

UPDATE: Now with more Business.

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Sat, Apr 19 @ 2:50 PM
Anonymous: Wow, I'd really like to know in what ways you think Lavender Brown is an important character!:o


Okay so, Harry Potter is filled at every corner with all of these in-your-face strong female types. You have Hermione, who is heralded as the brains, McGonagall, who’s suited for a leadership role bc her presence just automatically demands respect, Ginny, who’s fiery and has no qualms putting anyone in their place, Luna, who’s super comfortable just being herself and is very blunt, and so on and so forth. Even mean ol’ Bellatrix is a force to be reckoned with, and, while they’re all absolutely relatable at times, it’s still very easy to forget that these literally magical characters are human. And, for me, Lavender Brown is INCREDIBLY important because she brings it all crashing back down to earth. She is a teenage girl with practically all of the stereotypes applied: she is gossipy, she is clingy, she is emotional to the point of being annoying, her line of sight is narrowed by her infatuations, she gushes, she probably loved lipgloss and pink things. And I freaking love every bit of that about her, because I’ve been a 16 year old girl, and I’ve been all of those things, more than I’ve ever been a Hermione or a Luna, or even a Ginny. Even being one of the lesser fleshed out characters of the series, Lavender Brown always felt so real to me, kind of like she belonged to me, because I could see my cheesy 16 year old self grinning out at me from every page she was on. I love that Jo didn’t put all of these deeply heavy personalities on every single one of her characters, that she gave us a girl who was just as magic and just as loyal and just as kind (remember when she brought Trelawney flowers after Trelawney had been sacked?) and just as willing to fight the fight (she was a member of both the original and the reformed Dumbledore’s Army) as some of the other female characters, she just happened to prefer Teen Witch over Hogwarts: A History.

Idk, I just really really reeeaaallly love Lavender Brown. She doesn’t get nearly enough love from the fandom.


Sat, Apr 19 @ 2:06 PM

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Sat, Apr 19 @ 1:22 PM


do you ever go back to watch something you used to watch all the time when you were little and just hearing the lines and seeing the scenery again gives you this warm and glowy feeling and you just feel really happy

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Sat, Apr 19 @ 12:37 PM


two rapunzels?!

"once upon a time" is getting rapunzel, and she’s so gorgeous!!! and rapunzel thinks so too. they’re fangirling each other here. :) for today’s sketch_dailies theme…

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Sat, Apr 19 @ 11:52 AM
Learn how to breathe with lungs smoldering;
when the smoke fills every space
and the aftertaste on your tongue lingers for days:
sharp, bitter, and unrelenting.

Learn how to breathe with battery acid in your throat.

Teach yourself how to breathe, if you have to.
Build yourself a new set of lungs, if you have to.

Inhale. (No, you’re not okay.)

Exhale. (Stop thinking you have to be.)
s.a. (via kirallisons)

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Sat, Apr 19 @ 11:08 AM






John Mulaney | The Salt & Pepper Diner



This is one of the best pieces of comedy that I have ever had the pleasure of witnessing. I love this. I have been looking for this online for awhile.

John Mulaney is fucking hysterical

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Sat, Apr 19 @ 10:23 AM