like candy
beautiful 21 years old now and half american half german see the shit i like
like candy
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"Scare the world: Be exactly who you say you are and tell the truth."
(via fleurslibres)
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(by Elif.Güney)
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"People who read are people who dream, and we connect through the stories we live and tell and read"
Amy Poehler, Honorary Chairperson of World Book Night US (via thehpalliance)
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thatfunnyblog:

wtf mom this aint a boosie fade
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pleatedjeans:

There are Hairdos, and Then There Are Hairdon’ts (26 Pics)
pleatedjeans:

There are Hairdos, and Then There Are Hairdon’ts (26 Pics)
pleatedjeans:

There are Hairdos, and Then There Are Hairdon’ts (26 Pics)
pleatedjeans:

There are Hairdos, and Then There Are Hairdon’ts (26 Pics)
pleatedjeans:

There are Hairdos, and Then There Are Hairdon’ts (26 Pics)
pleatedjeans:

There are Hairdos, and Then There Are Hairdon’ts (26 Pics)
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elenamorelli:

{ a nice evening begins with longing }
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murphystopheles:

buttchunks:

A living legend.

It looks like Obama has a bad ass ponytail.
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"Will you still love me when I’m a monster?"
Margaret Mahy, Maddigan’s Fantasia (via quoted-books)
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liftedandgiftedd:

eradicatedelicacy:

queentinabelcher:

Alcohol vs marijuana

OH MY GOD I WASNT EXPECTING THAT

this is it.. my favorite gif on this entire site
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ask-swain:


tokyograndpa:

lillianjessica:

straighttohelvetica:

Easily the most horrifying line of dialogue I’ve ever heard in an animated movie.

i. love. this. movie.

Hold the fuck up. Prince of Egypt is on my dash again. I will literally never not reblog it. This is my favourite film, ever, it made my childhood, it’s quality as all get-out, and it’s a family tradition for us to watch it every year (usually on the second day of Pesach). It’s mindboggling. This is one of the most successful examples in fiction history of taking a concept like that and making it humanised, without completely demonising the enemy figures. And fuck me the character struggles were brilliant. Like glowing kind of brilliant. Like morning-and-evening-star kind of brilliant. When was the last time you saw a film nearly as effective? Let alone a religious one, an animated one, a ‘kids’ one.



((Best. Movie. Ever.))
ask-swain:


tokyograndpa:

lillianjessica:

straighttohelvetica:

Easily the most horrifying line of dialogue I’ve ever heard in an animated movie.

i. love. this. movie.

Hold the fuck up. Prince of Egypt is on my dash again. I will literally never not reblog it. This is my favourite film, ever, it made my childhood, it’s quality as all get-out, and it’s a family tradition for us to watch it every year (usually on the second day of Pesach). It’s mindboggling. This is one of the most successful examples in fiction history of taking a concept like that and making it humanised, without completely demonising the enemy figures. And fuck me the character struggles were brilliant. Like glowing kind of brilliant. Like morning-and-evening-star kind of brilliant. When was the last time you saw a film nearly as effective? Let alone a religious one, an animated one, a ‘kids’ one.



((Best. Movie. Ever.))
ask-swain:


tokyograndpa:

lillianjessica:

straighttohelvetica:

Easily the most horrifying line of dialogue I’ve ever heard in an animated movie.

i. love. this. movie.

Hold the fuck up. Prince of Egypt is on my dash again. I will literally never not reblog it. This is my favourite film, ever, it made my childhood, it’s quality as all get-out, and it’s a family tradition for us to watch it every year (usually on the second day of Pesach). It’s mindboggling. This is one of the most successful examples in fiction history of taking a concept like that and making it humanised, without completely demonising the enemy figures. And fuck me the character struggles were brilliant. Like glowing kind of brilliant. Like morning-and-evening-star kind of brilliant. When was the last time you saw a film nearly as effective? Let alone a religious one, an animated one, a ‘kids’ one.



((Best. Movie. Ever.))
ask-swain:


tokyograndpa:

lillianjessica:

straighttohelvetica:

Easily the most horrifying line of dialogue I’ve ever heard in an animated movie.

i. love. this. movie.

Hold the fuck up. Prince of Egypt is on my dash again. I will literally never not reblog it. This is my favourite film, ever, it made my childhood, it’s quality as all get-out, and it’s a family tradition for us to watch it every year (usually on the second day of Pesach). It’s mindboggling. This is one of the most successful examples in fiction history of taking a concept like that and making it humanised, without completely demonising the enemy figures. And fuck me the character struggles were brilliant. Like glowing kind of brilliant. Like morning-and-evening-star kind of brilliant. When was the last time you saw a film nearly as effective? Let alone a religious one, an animated one, a ‘kids’ one.



((Best. Movie. Ever.))
ask-swain:


tokyograndpa:

lillianjessica:

straighttohelvetica:

Easily the most horrifying line of dialogue I’ve ever heard in an animated movie.

i. love. this. movie.

Hold the fuck up. Prince of Egypt is on my dash again. I will literally never not reblog it. This is my favourite film, ever, it made my childhood, it’s quality as all get-out, and it’s a family tradition for us to watch it every year (usually on the second day of Pesach). It’s mindboggling. This is one of the most successful examples in fiction history of taking a concept like that and making it humanised, without completely demonising the enemy figures. And fuck me the character struggles were brilliant. Like glowing kind of brilliant. Like morning-and-evening-star kind of brilliant. When was the last time you saw a film nearly as effective? Let alone a religious one, an animated one, a ‘kids’ one.



((Best. Movie. Ever.))
ask-swain:


tokyograndpa:

lillianjessica:

straighttohelvetica:

Easily the most horrifying line of dialogue I’ve ever heard in an animated movie.

i. love. this. movie.

Hold the fuck up. Prince of Egypt is on my dash again. I will literally never not reblog it. This is my favourite film, ever, it made my childhood, it’s quality as all get-out, and it’s a family tradition for us to watch it every year (usually on the second day of Pesach). It’s mindboggling. This is one of the most successful examples in fiction history of taking a concept like that and making it humanised, without completely demonising the enemy figures. And fuck me the character struggles were brilliant. Like glowing kind of brilliant. Like morning-and-evening-star kind of brilliant. When was the last time you saw a film nearly as effective? Let alone a religious one, an animated one, a ‘kids’ one.



((Best. Movie. Ever.))
ask-swain:


tokyograndpa:

lillianjessica:

straighttohelvetica:

Easily the most horrifying line of dialogue I’ve ever heard in an animated movie.

i. love. this. movie.

Hold the fuck up. Prince of Egypt is on my dash again. I will literally never not reblog it. This is my favourite film, ever, it made my childhood, it’s quality as all get-out, and it’s a family tradition for us to watch it every year (usually on the second day of Pesach). It’s mindboggling. This is one of the most successful examples in fiction history of taking a concept like that and making it humanised, without completely demonising the enemy figures. And fuck me the character struggles were brilliant. Like glowing kind of brilliant. Like morning-and-evening-star kind of brilliant. When was the last time you saw a film nearly as effective? Let alone a religious one, an animated one, a ‘kids’ one.



((Best. Movie. Ever.))
ask-swain:


tokyograndpa:

lillianjessica:

straighttohelvetica:

Easily the most horrifying line of dialogue I’ve ever heard in an animated movie.

i. love. this. movie.

Hold the fuck up. Prince of Egypt is on my dash again. I will literally never not reblog it. This is my favourite film, ever, it made my childhood, it’s quality as all get-out, and it’s a family tradition for us to watch it every year (usually on the second day of Pesach). It’s mindboggling. This is one of the most successful examples in fiction history of taking a concept like that and making it humanised, without completely demonising the enemy figures. And fuck me the character struggles were brilliant. Like glowing kind of brilliant. Like morning-and-evening-star kind of brilliant. When was the last time you saw a film nearly as effective? Let alone a religious one, an animated one, a ‘kids’ one.



((Best. Movie. Ever.))
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