Fancy THAT
me after every conversation: shit they'll never wanna talk to me again
meowstiic:

not what i came here for but im not about to leave

meowstiic:

not what i came here for but im not about to leave

fallenrobin-jasontoddd:

An easy guide of bat-problem solving

fallenrobin-jasontoddd:

An easy guide of bat-problem solving

ohcaptainmycaptain1918:

fvanjik:

THIS HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH MY BLOG
IM JUST LAUGHING SO HARD
moment of silence 4 ppl who have to deal with surprise dick pics

desbricoles:

Eifman Ballet, Nina Zmievets in Boris Eifman’s “Anna Karenina” | Photo: Mark Olich

desbricoles:

Eifman Ballet, Nina Zmievets in Boris Eifman’s “Anna Karenina” | Photo: Mark Olich

defunctfashion:

Because of you I knew it was ok for a little boy to want to make dresses. May you rest in peace Oscar de la Renta. 

defunctfashion:

Because of you I knew it was ok for a little boy to want to make dresses. May you rest in peace Oscar de la Renta. 

dragoninja103:

jean-huh-kirschnickerdoodle:

hermannsparka:

when you see drama going down in a fandom you aren’t in

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when you see drama going down in your fandom that you aren’t involved inimage

It got better

partybarackisinthehousetonight:

never let your printer know that you waited until the last minute to print something and you’re in a hurry. they can sense fear

Approach the printer in a nonchalant sidle whilst whistling casually.

Allow the printer ample time to boot up whilst you potter about seemingly at random in the background, idly checking your phone as a smokescreen for your panic and impatience.

When the time comes to order the printer to print a certain document, ensure that you click the icon and all relevant buttons with a bored expression and lazily-flicked fingers in order to project the impression that you are not at all invested in the process.

Lastly, it may be a good idea to utter a sideways comment to the tune of how much you appreciate your printer in general, just as an added precautionary measure.

*Management takes no responsibility for printer breakdown and non-cooperation despite these instructions having been followed. Everyone knows that printers are evil.

kyrael:

ghostintaylor:

gallifreyfieldsforever:

I sincerely believe that by 7th year Ravenclaws would just tell the door to their common room to fuck off and it would open for them

 (via)

Q “Why is a raven like a writing desk?” 
A “You shouldn’t shove either up your arse.” 
"…Technically, yes."