just a cat living their life on this little blue planet.
see the truth
 hello! i'm c and i'm nineteen years old. [rainingandthoring --> rackrashock]

shoulderblades:

DOGS THAT ATE BEES i’m cryign

deanscabbages:

lovelixst:

rivendellcustomersupport:

this was designed for very young children and i am not a young child i am a 260 pound man

how did you get in there.

how did you get out of there

(Source: stone-cold-steve-ostracised)

victoriousvocabulary:

EXPLOIT

[noun]

1. a striking or notable deed; feat; spirited or heroic act.

[verb]

2. to utilise, especially for profit; turn to practical account; make full use of and derive benefit from (a resource).

3. to use selfishly or unethically for one’s own ends.

3. to advance or further through exploitation; promote.

Etymology: from Middle English exploit, espleit < Old French exploit, Anglo-French espleit < Latin explicitum, neuter of explicitus.

[Pawel Kuczynski]

timestridesforbowties:

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timestridesforbowties:

Is nobody going to talk about America backing Israel with stockpiles of ammunition?

The fucking Pentagon is enabling Israel to commit complete fucking genocide and I’m sitting here with 2 notes. 

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Questions About Books and Reading
1: What was the last book you read?
2: Was it a good one?
3: What made it good?
4: Would you recommend it to other people?
5: How often do you read?
6: Do you like to read?
7: What was the last bad book you read?
8: What made you dislike it?
9: Do you wish to be a writer?
10: Has any book every influenced you greatly?
11: Do you read fanfiction?
12: Do you write fanfiction?
13: What's your favorite book?
14: What's your least favorite book?
15: Do you prefer physical books or ready on a device (like a kindle)?
16: When did you learn to read?
17: What is your favorite book you had to read in school?
18: What is your favorite book series?
19: Who is your favorite author?
20: What is your favorite genre?
21: Who is your favorite character in a book series?
22: Has a book ever transported you somewhere else?
23: Which book do you wish had a sequel?
24: Which book do you wish DIDNT have a sequel?
25: How long does it take you to read a book?
26: Do you like when books become movies?
27: Which book was ruined by its movie adaptation?
28: Which movie has done a book justice?
29: Do you read newspapers?
30: Do you read magazines?
31: Do you prefer newspapers or magazines?
32: Do you read while in bed?
33: Do you read while on the toilet?
34: Do you read while in the car?
35: Do you read while in the bath?
36: Are you a fast reader?
37: Are you a slow reader?
38: Where is your favorite place to read?
39: Is it hard for you to concentrate while you read?
40: Do you need a room to be silent while you read?
41: Who gave you your love for reading?
42: What book is next on your list to read?
43: When did you start to read chapter books?
44: Who is your favorite children's book author?
45: Which author would you most want to interview?
46: Which author do you think you'd be friends with?
47: What book have you reread the most?
48: Which books do you consider "classics"?
49: Which books do you think should be taught in every school?
50: Which books should be banned from all schools?

nevver:

Nocturne in Black and Gold: The Falling Rocket, James Whistler

“We are used to ignoring our own bodies. “These carrots are too spicy” we complained as a child, only to be told no, they were sweet, that the music wasn’t too loud, nobody can hear lights, what you are experiencing is invalid. We heard: you are invalid. You do not experience the world the same way as everyone else, and therefore, your experience is wrong. You learn to ignore the ever-present pain because nothing can be done about it, but then you have a kidney infection and others get mad at you for not noticing sooner. But why should you trust your body when it is always wrong?”