(Source: ruinedchildhood)

pizzaforpresident:

diaryoftheblackannefrank:


after a reporter was asking him questions while he was trying to eat breakfast

omg

i love obama

pizzaforpresident:

diaryoftheblackannefrank:

after a reporter was asking him questions while he was trying to eat breakfast

omg

i love obama

(via the-absolute-funniest-posts)

lesbolution:

reblog if u remember when apple was a FRUIT, kids played OUTSIDE not on their ipads, and decomposing VICTIMS of the BUBONIC plague LITTERED the STREETS

(via painfullyvisible-entirelyignored)

i-need-the-pie-bitch:

i-need-the-pie-bitch:

my brother once accidentally locked himself in a dog cage and starting snapchatting photos for help till my mum and dad had to drive over and free him

did I fail to mention my brother is a 25 year old man

(Source: rosaeverdeen, via xxcluelessx)

rapunzelie:

chocolatemermaidya:

rapunzelie:

do you ever feel like there’s just so many pretty girls but most dudes are just subpar like there are radiant goddesses everywhere and just piles and piles of guys in backwards baseball caps and sandals

it’s called makeup

you can put eyeliner on a frat boy that doesn’t change the fact that’s he’s wearing a neon muscle shirt and nike flip flops

(via painfullyvisible-entirelyignored)

humorking:

looking at my grades had me like 

image

(Source: cybergasms, via xxcluelessx)

portraitsofboston:

“When I got out of college, there wasn’t a lot of work, so I had to improvise a little bit and do things that were below my expectations. I felt like I had been sold the idea that going to college and getting a degree would lead to great things. Instead, I spent four years waiting on tables and painting houses and doing all kinds of things. It sounds like I’m complaining, but I’m not. I worked my way through college doing the same stuff. I figured that you graduate and then move on. I guess you struggle, and then you continue to struggle. Eventually, you get used to it and you’re just living.”

portraitsofboston:

“When I got out of college, there wasn’t a lot of work, so I had to improvise a little bit and do things that were below my expectations. I felt like I had been sold the idea that going to college and getting a degree would lead to great things. Instead, I spent four years waiting on tables and painting houses and doing all kinds of things. It sounds like I’m complaining, but I’m not. I worked my way through college doing the same stuff. I figured that you graduate and then move on. I guess you struggle, and then you continue to struggle. Eventually, you get used to it and you’re just living.”