Jessesaurus Sex

spookyknightoftime:

Men’s colleges exist because of misogyny and women’s colleges exist out of necessity.

(via sp00kystorms)

attack-of-the-feels:

have you ever started reading a book and just put it down and thought “i have read better fiction by fifteen-year-olds with microsoft word and a fanfiction.net account”

(Source: spookytheology, via scifantasy)

officialunitedstates:

does anyone here besides me put ketchdown on their hot dogs

(via stop)

partybarackisinthehousetonight:

mark, my words. *mark brings me my dictionary* thank you mark

(via isaaclaidme)

theladymonsters:

characters who have never had families building found families are very important to me

characters who have never had friends forging their first friendships are very important to me

(via actual-steve-buscemi)

giggle:

giggle:

what do you call a fast zombie?

a zoooombie

(via fergussonweblogxz)

kiango:

when you finally finish reading a 200 page fanfiction and you stumble out of your room and don’t know what’s canon anymore

(via ordonnee)

“[A hug is] like an emotional Heimlich. Someone puts their arms around you & they give you a squeeze and all your fear & anxiety come shooting out of your mouth in a big wet wad and you can breathe again.”
— Charlotte ‘Chuck’ Charles - Pushing Daisies (via spiralsunshine)

(via the-art-of-fangirling)

gossipgran:

i hit rock bottom like every 2 weeks

(Source: cannolis, via everwets)

“If it were the first “Star Wars” movie, “The Phantom Menace” would be hailed as a visionary breakthrough. But this is the fourth movie of the famous series, and we think we know the territory; many of the early reviews have been blase, paying lip service to the visuals and wondering why the characters aren’t better developed. How quickly do we grow accustomed to wonders. I am reminded of the Isaac Asimov story “Nightfall,” about the planet where the stars were visible only once in a thousand years. So awesome was the sight that it drove men mad. We who can see the stars every night glance up casually at the cosmos and then quickly down again, searching for a Dairy Queen.”
— Roger Ebert in defense of The Phantom Menace. (via theoradical)

(via fuckyeah1990s)