Oimos por espejos.

fag hag from St. Petersburg, Russia

Reblog if you don’t have a girlfriend or boyfriend.

aneutronwalksintoabar:

sharkartist:

highpitchedscreaming:

no-not-now-mama:

boston-strong-forever:

momoandmimi:

sweet-words-of-horror:

That’s a lot of notes. Let’s all date each other. Everyone get into groups of two.

Let’s do the math then.

with 841,518 reblogs that would be 420,279 couples.

cAN I GET MINE IN PINK PLS

everytime I see this post it has an even amount of notes, I guess I’m just doomed to be alone forever

This post broke 100,000,000!?!?

Forever alone…

(Source: wescalou, via esterrra)

spidermashton:

tardis-mind-palace:

clockwork-foxes:

tumbllrisdumb:

plushestrumpest:

30secondstocalifornia:

wingscanspeak:

zorobro:

wingscannotspeak:

peetasboxers:

kissyourneck-slitmythroat:

I showed this post to my boyfriend and he tried to take his shirt off like a girl and 

uh

yeah

Out of the 82k notes my post got this is by far the best comment holy shit thank u for being u

So i tried it both ways and uh

i mean how do you do the first one without pulling out all your hair?

this made me laugh really hard….

and it made me realize that girls and boys pull their shirt off differently. /amazed

but seriously I think girls just do the cross arm thing because of HAIR like demonstrated 

So one year, one URL change, and a hair cut later, I decide to try again… FOR SCIENCE! 

Its not science unless you write it down so 

First method:

image
Well done, i guess…

Second:

image
I fucked up

Girls… how?

I DON’T UNDERSTAND HOW WE CAN HAVE SUCH DIFFERENT WAYS OF TAKING OFF SHIRTS AND SO MUCH DIFFICULTY DOING IT THE OTHER WAY

I can take my shirt both ways easily, but I usually take it off like….

is this like the genderfluid or agender or something-gender way?

so the girl way

oookay then.

How about the boy way….

WWHAT AM I

Okay, I usually grab from the front of the collar not the back but for the purposes of science…

just grab and pull. Seriously.
Now the cross-arms way.

SHIT SHIT ABORT MISSION ABORT MISSION

THIS IS THE BEST POST IVE SEEN IN MY GODDAMN LIFE

(Source: princessveroni, via biokiss)

jeffreydah-mer:

The police received a 911 call at 2 a.m. May 27 from 17-year-old Nicole Childress:
Dispatcher: “Milwaukee emergency. Operator 71.”
Childress: “OK. Hi. I am on 25th and State. And there’s this young man. He’s buck-naked and he has been beaten up. He is very bruised up. He can’t stand. He has no clothes on. He is really hurt. And I, you know, ain’t got no coat on. But I just seen him. He needs some help… .”
After investigating, an officer reported back to the dispatcher.
Officer: “The intoxicated Asian naked male (laughter in background) was returned to his sober boyfriend (more laughter).”
An officer later said the assignment was done and the squad was ready for new duties.
Officer: “Ten-four. It will be a minute. My partner is going to get deloused at the station.” (Laughter on the tape.)
Glenda Cleveland called police about 10 minutes later inquiring about the incident and she was eventually connected with one of the officers who had investigated the report.
Cleveland: “Yea, ah, what happened? I mean my daughter and my niece witnessed what was going on. Was anything done about the situation? Do you need their names or information or anything from them?”
Officer: “No, not at all.”
Cleveland: “You don’t?”
Officer: “Nope. It was an intoxicated boyfriend of another boyfriend.”
Cleveland: “Well, how old was this child?”
Officer: “It wasn’t a child. It was an adult.”
Cleveland: “Are you sure?”
Officer: “Yup.”
Cleveland: “Are you positive? Because this child doesn’t even speak English (the victim’s family has since said he did speak English). My daughter had, you know, dealt with him before, seeing him on the street. You know, catching earthworms.”
Officer: Ma’am. Ma’am. I can’t make it any more clear. It’s all taken care of. He is with his boyfriend, in his boyfriend’s apartment, where he has his belongings also.”
Cleveland: “But what if he’s a child? Are you positive he is an adult?”
Officer: “Ma’am, like I explained to you, it’s all taken care of. It’s as positive as I can be. I can’t do anything about somebody’s sexual preference in life.”
Cleveland: “Well, no, I am not saying anything about that, but it appeared to have been a child. This is my concern.”
Officer: “No. No. He’s not.”
Cleveland: “He’s not a child?
Officer: “No, he’s not. OK? And it’s a boyfriend-boyfriend thing. And he’s got belongings at the house where he came from. He has very nice pictures of himself and his boyfriend and so forth.”
Cleveland: “OK, I am just, you know. It appeared to have been a child. That was my concern.”
Officer: “I understand. No, he is not. Nope.”
Cleveland: “Oh, OK. Thank you. Bye.” (x)

jeffreydah-mer:

The police received a 911 call at 2 a.m. May 27 from 17-year-old Nicole Childress:

Dispatcher: “Milwaukee emergency. Operator 71.”

Childress: “OK. Hi. I am on 25th and State. And there’s this young man. He’s buck-naked and he has been beaten up. He is very bruised up. He can’t stand. He has no clothes on. He is really hurt. And I, you know, ain’t got no coat on. But I just seen him. He needs some help… .”

After investigating, an officer reported back to the dispatcher.

Officer: “The intoxicated Asian naked male (laughter in background) was returned to his sober boyfriend (more laughter).”

An officer later said the assignment was done and the squad was ready for new duties.

Officer: “Ten-four. It will be a minute. My partner is going to get deloused at the station.” (Laughter on the tape.)

Glenda Cleveland called police about 10 minutes later inquiring about the incident and she was eventually connected with one of the officers who had investigated the report.

Cleveland: “Yea, ah, what happened? I mean my daughter and my niece witnessed what was going on. Was anything done about the situation? Do you need their names or information or anything from them?”

Officer: “No, not at all.”

Cleveland: “You don’t?”

Officer: “Nope. It was an intoxicated boyfriend of another boyfriend.”

Cleveland: “Well, how old was this child?”

Officer: “It wasn’t a child. It was an adult.”

Cleveland: “Are you sure?”

Officer: “Yup.”

Cleveland: “Are you positive? Because this child doesn’t even speak English (the victim’s family has since said he did speak English). My daughter had, you know, dealt with him before, seeing him on the street. You know, catching earthworms.”

Officer: Ma’am. Ma’am. I can’t make it any more clear. It’s all taken care of. He is with his boyfriend, in his boyfriend’s apartment, where he has his belongings also.”

Cleveland: “But what if he’s a child? Are you positive he is an adult?”

Officer: “Ma’am, like I explained to you, it’s all taken care of. It’s as positive as I can be. I can’t do anything about somebody’s sexual preference in life.”

Cleveland: “Well, no, I am not saying anything about that, but it appeared to have been a child. This is my concern.”

Officer: “No. No. He’s not.”

Cleveland: “He’s not a child?

Officer: “No, he’s not. OK? And it’s a boyfriend-boyfriend thing. And he’s got belongings at the house where he came from. He has very nice pictures of himself and his boyfriend and so forth.”

Cleveland: “OK, I am just, you know. It appeared to have been a child. That was my concern.”

Officer: “I understand. No, he is not. Nope.”

Cleveland: “Oh, OK. Thank you. Bye.” (x)

(Source: knappy-head.com)

sherlock-hannibal:

Even in Will’s imagination, Hannibal is a piece of shit. Look at that stupid evil grin. This scene is hot tho :p Who’s with me?

(Source: sherlock-hannibal)