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October 10 2017

disasterxv:

not even in a sexual way but i’m just craving affection because i feel like crap i just want someone to hug me for a couple of hours and tell me i’m going to be okay 

bpderma:

No one thinks I’m serious when I tell them I have memory problems at my age, like I’m not joking, I’m being completely honest when I say I can’t remember what happened yesterday.

ARTIST SHOWS HOW MENTAL ILLNESSES LOOK LIKE AS MONSTERS

dailypsychologyfacts:

U.K. based artist Toby Allen created a whole collection of illustrations that depicts how mental illnesses like depression, schizophrenia and body dysmorphic disorder will look like if they were monsters. According to the artist, the monster was designed to be small enough to sit on the victim’s shoulder and whisper things in their ear.

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queenieeegoldstein:

queenieeegoldstein:

theroyalorphans:

vulgarswami:

vulgarswami:

johnlockinthetardiswithdestiel:

MY MOM SET A TOWEL ON THE COUNTER AND IT JUST FUCKING CAUGHT ON FIRE

THERE WAS NOTHING NEAR IT IT JUST SPONTANEOUSLY COMBUSTED

Is your mother Spencer Shay

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He just gets slowly less concerned

i posted this a year ago

my urls changed, ive moved into 2 different houses

why is this post still going around

it’s been over 4 years since I made this post and I just caught the stove on fire because apparently this runs in the family

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npr:

Cookie Monster is all wound up. The Count has him hold up his furry blue fingers, count them (of course), and blow on each one in turn as if he were blowing out a birthday candle. Afterward, Cookie declares, in his familiar growly voice, that he feels much better.

“Hey! Me feel terrific! Me calm. Me relaxed.”

You won’t be catching this scene on HBO or PBS. It’s part of a special initiative called Sesame Street in Communities. Free materials, including videos, books and games, will be released today to help parents and caregivers, in turn, help young children cope with traumatic experiences.

For Traumatized Children, An Offer Of Help From The Muppets

Photo: Zach Hyman/Sesame Workshop

The person I reblogged this from deserves to be happy

meetmeinadaydream:

An old witch lives down my street. Sometimes she puts up a bonfire and burns some herbs. Whenever she does it the air smells like old forests, dead leaves and of distant unknown places. I don’t know what she’s doing, if it’s some kind of spell of something, all I know is that I always feel alive when she does it.

homoelitism:

me, under a blanket: oh warm?

virgoassbitch:

People who go out of their way to send you anonymous messages alerting you that they’re unfollowing are the online equivalent of people who storm out of retail stores and restaurants saying they’ll never shop/eat there again

feministdeadpool:

feministdeadpool:

ARE YOU TODAY’S DATE?

BECAUSE YOURE 10/10

i’ve waited one year to reblog this

papayapanda:

thepraxianweasleygeek:

Protip for if you’re alone and find yourself getting jumpy because ‘oh shit this feels like the start of a scene from a horror movie’: 

Do something that a director of a horror movie would never put in a final cut. Pull sudden and inexplicable stupid faces. Make up a ridiculous shuffle-dance. Sing that song with the weirdest lyrics you know, loudly and as off-key as possible. Be completely unphotogenic and uncinematic, and it counteracts the irrational fear quite nicely. 

Pretend you’re in the blooper reel of a horror movie

islandnymph:

justjengie:

hersheyhipster:

the-pareidolia-paradigm:

you have been visited by the seven magic dragon balls
your biggest wish will be granted but only if you reblog

Couldn’t risk it.

didn’t realize they change colors. now I know o gotta wish.

THIS SHIT IS REAL I GOT THE JOB I WAS NUTS ABOUT BC I REBLOGGED THIS YESTERDAY
maybe it’s a coinkidink but it okay just take the necessary steps to achieve what you’re wishing for and YOU CAN DO IT

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curlicuecal:

curlicuecal:

anotheralexandros:

squaliformes:

squaliformes:

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i’d like to point out that when i made this post, all of these comments were at the top, but now if you look at the thread they’ve been replaced by completely different comments 

so please, for the love of god, look at the source link this thread is a neverending source of entertainment. people have added so much fucking shit since i made this

I was proctoring an exam for a student today while reading these, and I had to stop because I got to this one and almost fucking died

these are making my day

Okay, this one’s killing me:

feministfront:

pinkonionfairy:

averagefairy:

i feel like a lot of the time people make it seem like cutting a toxic person out of your life will be an instant weight off your shoulders and you’ll feel free and better and it’s usually like…. not that happy of a situation like it’s not FUN cutting people off but it’s often necessary. especially if it’s someone you’ve been through a lot with you’ll probably feel guilty and bad and a little regretful even though it’s the best thing for you, it’s not as easy or as instantly satisfying as it seems.

This is really true. It isnt satisfying. You have a void in your life, and can feel empty. You can feel regret and want to take that person back and tell them you were wrong and feel like you made a terrible mistake sometimes, so no it isnt really an instant relief like some people think, especially if you were close with this person or people.

It can also be even more difficult  to cut toxic people off because often times they’ll do their best to guilt-trip the fuck out of you and try to make you feel like you’re the bad guy, when the reality is that all they’re doing is trying to manipulate you into sticking with them and their shittiness.

stargazershiro:

i’m over this Cool Tumblr Trend™ of making your entire internet experience about something you hate. take a deep breath and throw yourself wholeheartedly into something you enjoy. don’t let hate wear you out.

mvlfxy:

being The Ugly Friend, The Family Disappointment, The Closeted Gay Cousin and The Failure all at once is lots of work to do it’s tiring

jesuisquoijesuis:

Jake and Cassie both ended up working for the government in different capacities after the war with the Yeerks, and there were mentions of their security details and how they were targets for terrorists. It makes me wonder what their reactions to attacks, or even perceived threats, are. They spent three years fighting during the most formative period in an ordinary person’s life. It would have been even more formative for them, because they were fighting a war. As Jake put it, the during stage of his life was so big and intense, it overwhelmed both the before and after stages. I doubt that they’d even think to just run and trust their security to protect them.

There were times in the books where characters interpreted something completely normal as an attack. An actual attack? I imagine them morphing, even two years after the last time they needed to. When Jake went to see Cassie before going off after Ax, she told him that she was still pretty good in a fight. While I have no doubt that’s true, it’s an odd way of phrasing it, unless she has been in a fight relatively recently.

They stopped thinking like civilians when they were thirteen. And I think they would have morphed even faster after the end of the war than they would have for most of the time during, because most of the time during, their morphing and their identities were secret. After? They would just be focused on staying alive.

I’m just picturing Jake, heading toward the private jet that would take him back home after one of his classes, instinctively throwing himself toward the cover underneath one of the wings when he hears a gunshot, already starting to morph, because even if he’s clinically depressed and almost suicidal at times, his fighting instincts are still sharp and he can’t just stand there like an idiot or run while someone’s taking shots at him. And sure, there are people there to protect him, but he spent years fighting a war where for the most part, he could only really rely on five people.

Cassie visiting Toby one day without her security team - because where in the world would she be safer than with some of the first free Hork-Bajir? - when she sees the flash of a poacher’s gun and reacts, pushing Toby to the ground and morphing at the same time, preparing to spring as soon as possible, because she is done letting others get hurt and she can’t do it again. Toby would jump to her feet because she’s a warrior, too, was born to war, grew up in war, and led an army before growing to her full size.

I don’t know. I just have a lot of feelings about the Animorphs and their PTSD.

derinthemadscientist:

Remember when the Ellimist was like “how about we pit seven of your ultimate killing machines against my six accident-prone teenagers and a hardwired pacifist” and Crayak was like “there is obviously no trick here, I don’t see how this can possibly go wrong”.

bai-xue:

Some of my favorite moments in Animorphs are with Andalites trying to understand humans because they’ve never encountered such a strange, alien species. It really makes you rethink the stuff that we take for granted.

Also it’s generally fucking hilarious, such as the moment Elfangor starts shrieking in horror when he sees a human remove her shoes for the first time.

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