+ 05.18.2013 / 72,575 notes / via ryanl815, viage
teacher: why did the room get so cold all of a sudden?
me: oh sorry, my soul must be leaking out again
+ 05.17.2013 / 5 notes / via biankatee, its-domi-bitchh
+ 05.16.2013 / 3,691 notes / via observando
Your very Personal and Intense Disney Ask:
- Aurora: Story of your first kiss
- Rapunzel: 5 things from your bucket list
- Dory: Something someone has told you that you can't forget (two good things and one bad)
- Pocahontas: Something new you taught someone.
- Mulan: Do you trust your gut feeling? What happened.
- Jasmine: The story of when you had to really trust someone. Was it easy?
- Belle: Is there someone you are close who no one else likes? What's the story?
- Ariel: Where do you think you belong, and why?
- Flounder: Something that surprised you and frightened you.
- Eric: Have you ever helped a stranger? What happened.
- Aladdin: A sacrifice you made for someone.
- Tiana: A time you tried the hardest for something.
- Boo: A childhood hero.
- Cruella: Something you really want but you aren't allowed to have.
- Seven Dwarfs: 7 things you like in the people around you.
- Kronk: What you are best at in the kitchen?
- Simba: Something a parent has taught you.
- Cinderella: "A dream is a wish your heart makes" What's that for you?
- Nemo: Your bravest moment.
- Terk: Are you a big brother/sister figure to anyone?
- Buzz: Your favourite fantasy world (aka Harry Potter, Star Wars), if any.
- Alice: Done drugs?
- Peter Pan: Something from your childhood that you still love.
+ 05.16.2013 / 89,670 notes / via naiyanapee, ideclaresurrenderpendence
“Mad as a hatter” is a colloquial phrase used to refer to a crazy person. In 18th & 19th century England mercury was used in the making of felt, which was used in the manufacturing of hats. People who worked in these hat factories were exposed to trace amounts of the metal, which accumulated within their bodies over time, causing some to develop dementia caused by mercury poisoning. Thus the phrase “Mad as a Hatter” became popular as a way to refer to someone who was perceived as insane.
+ 05.15.2013 / 42 notes / via natkan, spoookyscary
one of the greatest things ive seen in a long time
+ 05.15.2013 / 28,155 notes / via alixwashere, kalories
Architecture, Invisible Enclosure http://bit.ly/10XI1qE
+ 05.15.2013 / 1,130 notes / via biankatee, benrogerswpg
+ 05.15.2013 / 51,379 notes / via till-the-end-of-tim3, auerr
“We were both involved in the Civil Rights Movement. We met 47 years ago on a picket line.”
+ 05.15.2013 / 5,237 notes / via peterpetepatterson, humansofnewyork
+ 05.12.2013 / 143 notes / via mikomoo, prettyboyfood