my name is angela how you doin

howidiotic:

pls don’t expect me not to wear the same jeans every day bc that is unrealistic and unfair

sproutoftheblue:

CLASSIC

(Source: cooldudebro)

partybarackisinthehousetonight:

“I OBJECT!!!!” the defendant screams in court. the judge gives him a very emotional hug and says “no…you human”

notmargaery:

*university voice* unfortunately… we have too much money… so we have to raise tuition so we can build a place to keep all the other money in… so sorry unavoidable

uno-flatu:

If only every concept was explained with a Disney reference, I’d be doing even better in law school.

uno-flatu:

If only every concept was explained with a Disney reference, I’d be doing even better in law school.

stupidstagram:

tumblr post: you are such a uGLY cutie and i wanna HOLD YOUR DUMB HaND and kiss your … (345,000 notes) 

me: chill 

(Source: natnovna)

ignite-and-aim:

yes

chickenstab:

halloween’s coming early on tumblr

dehydrated hoe: you look like a dweeb caring around that water bottle all day lol
me: yeah bitch well you look like a crunch bar and I bet ya pee is yellow

I love my skin!

(Source: arthaemisia)

urgentcum:

today i saw a person interacting with another person and i was like how do you do it?

newyearseves:

fun. - through the years

brainstatic:

the-scalpel-hand:

brainstatic:

This is the English word I want to get tattooed on my wrist. It means “to keep breathing even though the water rises all around you.” English is such a mystical exotic language. They can fit so much meaning into so small a word.

…because it’s not a word, it’s an acronym, for Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus.  …Also I’m pretty sure that even when used as a verb, or anything other than a noun, it still doesn’t mean what you think it means.  From the way you worded your post it sounds like you’re a non-native English speaker (and I don’t really care if you are or aren’t), and it sounds like you’re about to do what a lot of US citizens like to do and tattoo Japanese or Chinese words on our bodies without knowing what they really mean-which, I may note, is an incredibly stupid thing to do.  So please, save yourself from being ridiculed and don’t get this tattooed on your arm.  .

Oh man, you’re right next to it. It’s right in front of you. You’re so close.

brainstatic:

the-scalpel-hand:

brainstatic:

This is the English word I want to get tattooed on my wrist. It means “to keep breathing even though the water rises all around you.” English is such a mystical exotic language. They can fit so much meaning into so small a word.

…because it’s not a word, it’s an acronym, for Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus.  …Also I’m pretty sure that even when used as a verb, or anything other than a noun, it still doesn’t mean what you think it means.  From the way you worded your post it sounds like you’re a non-native English speaker (and I don’t really care if you are or aren’t), and it sounds like you’re about to do what a lot of US citizens like to do and tattoo Japanese or Chinese words on our bodies without knowing what they really mean-which, I may note, is an incredibly stupid thing to do.  So please, save yourself from being ridiculed and don’t get this tattooed on your arm.  .

Oh man, you’re right next to it. It’s right in front of you. You’re so close.