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Hi. We don’t know each other, but I just wanted to let you know a few things. You have so much to be proud of. You’ve accomplished so much, even if it doesn’t always feel like it. All those stupid things you've done don't matter, because you’ve done so many great things and remembering them is just as important. You're amazing, brilliant, fantastic and just plain awesome. You matter. You can do anything. You can be whoever you want or need to be. Don’t let anyone make you believe anything else.

So, I may have seen these before, but I can’t see dates on them so idk. But either way, you are awesome. Do you just randomly shower people with kindness? What sort of magical creature are you? Anyway, thanks! (I think you’re super cool.)

Careful, Grandma

About Ferguson

Grandma: Well you really can’t expect much from those poor black people…
Me: …
Grandma: …
Me: …
Grandma: with all they’ve had to put up with, of course they’re upset with the police.

Careful, Grandma.

About Ferguson.

Grandma: Well you can’t expect much more from those poor black people…
Me: …
Grandma: …
Me: …
Grandma: with all that they have to put up with of course they’re upset with the police.

the-jackals:

jadecake:

paledreamers:

danosaur-and-phillion:

activatewindows:

letshope:

Sickest Candle ever.

It’s like the olympic closing ceremony…

funny story about these, i had a red one on my birthday and everyone was like “wow this is the coolest fucking thing ever” and it plays music and all that, but when it came to actually eating the cake and taking the candle out, there was no off switch, so we had to smash it to pieces in the back garden to shut it up. turns out if you smash it up the music box still works. when i was in bed at 3am i could hear something so i opened the window, and it sounded like a tune you would hear in a horror movie before someone gets their body ripped to shreds and eaten. sleep well munchkins. you dont want this fucking thing.

^^^^^^^^MY MOTHER BOUGHT THIS FOR ME WHEN I TURNED 14 IT DIDNT STOP PLAYING WE DROWNED IT FOR 5 HOURS AND IT STARTED PLAYING THE SECOND YOU TOOK IT OUT OF THE WATER MY BROTHER SMASHED IT AGAINST THE  WALL 5 TIMES IT DIDNT STOP MY MOTHER THREW IT OUT 3 BLOCKS AWAY 

i love how every single time i see this there’s a new horror story about this candle

shoulda dunked it in salt water bitches

We had one of these last summer, it was great, but it wouldn’t stop so my dad took it outside and put in in one of the flower pots in the back yard kinda jokingly. The problem is when people wanted to go outside we were all “oh my god is that thing still playing?” It took a while but I managed to pull out some wires. That stopped it…for 30 seconds. It terrified me when it started up again. Then I pulled out the rest of the wires and emerged victorious.

the-jackals:

jadecake:

paledreamers:

danosaur-and-phillion:

activatewindows:

letshope:

Sickest Candle ever.

It’s like the olympic closing ceremony…

funny story about these, i had a red one on my birthday and everyone was like “wow this is the coolest fucking thing ever” and it plays music and all that, but when it came to actually eating the cake and taking the candle out, there was no off switch, so we had to smash it to pieces in the back garden to shut it up. turns out if you smash it up the music box still works. when i was in bed at 3am i could hear something so i opened the window, and it sounded like a tune you would hear in a horror movie before someone gets their body ripped to shreds and eaten. sleep well munchkins. you dont want this fucking thing.

^^^^^^^^MY MOTHER BOUGHT THIS FOR ME WHEN I TURNED 14 IT DIDNT STOP PLAYING WE DROWNED IT FOR 5 HOURS AND IT STARTED PLAYING THE SECOND YOU TOOK IT OUT OF THE WATER MY BROTHER SMASHED IT AGAINST THE  WALL 5 TIMES IT DIDNT STOP MY MOTHER THREW IT OUT 3 BLOCKS AWAY 

i love how every single time i see this there’s a new horror story about this candle

shoulda dunked it in salt water bitches

We had one of these last summer, it was great, but it wouldn’t stop so my dad took it outside and put in in one of the flower pots in the back yard kinda jokingly. The problem is when people wanted to go outside we were all “oh my god is that thing still playing?” It took a while but I managed to pull out some wires. That stopped it…for 30 seconds. It terrified me when it started up again. Then I pulled out the rest of the wires and emerged victorious.

bidyke:

Who is this? Does anyone have a source?


Andrea Gibson from her poem Jewelry Store. Not sure that’s the official name, but it’s the name of the YouTube vid I saw it in, though it doesn’t look quite like this gif.

bidyke:

Who is this? Does anyone have a source?

Andrea Gibson from her poem Jewelry Store. Not sure that’s the official name, but it’s the name of the YouTube vid I saw it in, though it doesn’t look quite like this gif.

If you’re a Nerdfighter reblog this, it will make sense later
blood-and-confetti:

lestradisms:

skarosoul:

nevillelongbadass:

itsanthonygrey:

We are the British, you have been warned.

BRITAIN

this is why we win

obviously that was mycroft



Yeah, 
“When followers tried to download the 67-page colour magazine, instead of instructions about how to “Make a bomb in the Kitchen of your Mom” by “The AQ Chef” they were greeted with garbled computer code.

The code, which had been inserted into the original magazine by the British intelligence hackers, was actually a web page of recipes for “The Best Cupcakes in America” published by the Ellen DeGeneres chat show.” 
[x]

blood-and-confetti:

lestradisms:

skarosoul:

nevillelongbadass:

itsanthonygrey:

We are the British, you have been warned.

BRITAIN

this is why we win

obviously that was mycroft

Yeah, 

When followers tried to download the 67-page colour magazine, instead of instructions about how to “Make a bomb in the Kitchen of your Mom” by “The AQ Chef” they were greeted with garbled computer code.

The code, which had been inserted into the original magazine by the British intelligence hackers, was actually a web page of recipes for “The Best Cupcakes in America” published by the Ellen DeGeneres chat show.” 

[x]

thelefthandedwifeinhiding:

brashblacknonbeliever:

jedibaby:

mi-baby-love:

she-who-loves-the-rain:

Doctor test labor pains!

Doctor Andrew Rochford and his wife had twins a few years ago. He says: ” When I stood there next to her, I thought I understood what she went through.”

In the Australian show ”What’s good for you” the doctor and host himself now go through “labor”. Electrical impulses will create contractions in the stomach that will be like real labor pains. To help - so everything will be correct - the doctor have a mother of four who voluntarily offered to be a guinea-pig. She makes a face when the machine starts. When the “contractions” starts she says: ” Yes, that’s how it feels”. Before she leaves the room she smiles to the doctor and says; “Men can’t do this so good luck”.

A midwife and a doctor is in place to monitor the experiment. They start with giving Andrew Rochford Braxton Hicks. “Oh God”, he says and starts to sweat. When the contraction is over he relaxes. “What a relief”, he says.

Just like with a ordinary first timer the contractions finally comes more often and lasts longer. Andrew Rochford have a harder time to deal with the pain and begs for something for the pain. he gets nitrous oxide (laughing gas). After about 3 hours he has 60 seconds long contractions and 60 seconds break in between.

– “How much longer?”, he asks.

– “A first timer usually have contractions for about 12 hours, so you have 9 to go”, the midwife answers.

That’s when Andrew Rochford had enough and stops the experiment.

– ” I thought I knew what you are going through. I don’t. All talk about men having a higher threshold for pain than women is a lot of bullshit. Women, you win”, he says.

Hahaha soooo funny.

This makes me so happy.

LOL

At 2:50 the background music become “I Hate This Part” by the Pussycat Dolls. Lovely.

And I’d like to know what research said men had a higher pain tolerance threshold, I’ve always heard it the other way’round.

victory-candescence:

I’m sure someone must have mentioned this before, but.

I was thinking about A Scandal in Belgravia yesterday, and how Irene manages to fake her death so convincingly.

Take a minute to consider how sinister this is:

Irene Adler had, at her disposal, a woman…

This has definitely occurred to me before, but then I also realized that is was Sherlock who identified her; maybe he knew it wasn’t her and was giving her the chance to get away. He could have just been sad that she wasn’t around anymore, she had certainly entertained him, and now he would no longer have the chance to understand how she did what she did, i.e. make herself impermeable to his deductions, and play on other people’s emotions at least as convincingly and certainly more longterm than Sherlock can. He could have thought she had faked her own death to get away from the people who were after her for her information, so he let her go.

And what of Moriarty? It’s entirely possible that he had the body set up, remember how Myrcoft described the story, [pain of loss, joy of redemption]. It must have been part of his plan from the start of the episode (when he answered the phone, which was quite some time before Irene even met Sherlock, giving him ample time to find a body double), and Irene certainly wouldn’t have been able to back out when it came down to it. She was told he would skin her and make her into shoes after all. That’s pretty frightening.

Sadness… D’:

ukaske:

Season three of Sherlock isn’t coming anytime soon… They don’t plan on shooting any of it until January… D’: Plus when Benedict didn’t win best actor on BAFTA

Ben: “It’s okay.”

My reaction: (I’m with you on this Martin)

Umm… I’m pretty sure he’s saying “Sorry, sorry.” because Dominic West, who won, said even his sister was rooting for Benedict, and she’s at home now with tears in her eyes, so Benedict turned to the camera and said, to her : ”Sorry, sorry.”  It is however, still not okay. Though, to be fair, I haven’t seen “Appropriate Adult”.

ps: love the guy in the back, wiping away a tear