July 28th, 2014

(Source: sea-hag, via punkrockmomjeans)

July 27th, 2014

youngblackandvegan:

i miss the way he feels next to me

as we watch movies on the couch

and i lay my legs over his lap

and he just rubs my feet and my calves

i miss his warmth

and i miss his smell

and i miss him kissing my thighs

i know, it probably doesn’t seem like much

but that’s exactly what i’m craving right now

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July 25th, 2014
therumpus:

Here’s today’s Daily GIF!

therumpus:

Here’s today’s Daily GIF!

(Source: chicadificil)

trollfacemommy:

akasuna-no-tezka:

shamboob:

dontcallmeliz:

 

What the fuck hahaha

Stealing your man since 1928

goals

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July 22nd, 2014
fox-in-the-library:

themarysue:

bluelightseven:

crazyquilt:

browncoat-trekker:

Jayne Austin Book & Gun Club

Um, this might sort of be the most awesome thing in the history of ever.

WHAAAAAAA

yesssssssss

I think these ladies just won the prize for best crossovers ever.

fox-in-the-library:

themarysue:

bluelightseven:

crazyquilt:

browncoat-trekker:

Jayne Austin Book & Gun Club

Um, this might sort of be the most awesome thing in the history of ever.

WHAAAAAAA

yesssssssss

I think these ladies just won the prize for best crossovers ever.

(via darth-ginjew)

gnagster:

i put the :// in http://

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Zach Braff’s most vaunted position in pop culture circa 2014 isn’t as the actor who played the annoying guy on the TV show your college roommates watched all the time, or as a fervent Redditor who once assisted in helping someone propose to their girlfriend online, or as a distant blood relative to Mitt Romney. Arguably, he’s not even most known as the guy who directed Garden State—he’s the guy who put together the Garden State soundtrack, and so the question surrounding Wish I Was Here is a strange one that most films aren’t subject to: What does it sound like?

Larry Fitzmaurice reviews the soundtrack to Zach Braff’s Garden State follow-up, Wish I Was Here. (via pitchfork)

Ugh I so badly want to know, but I’m making myself wait until I see the movie before I binge on the soundtrack. I don’t want my own attachments to the songs to thwart the connections created in the movie. Or, something like that.