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gio
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milehigh living
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copslay:

talking to other queer ppl like

image

(Source: napcake, via time-tofacetheworld)

steadypickingmyfro:

marsdoom:

The Squirtle one is everythingggg

I want it

(Source: puff-to-tuff, via whyldthang)

buencorazon:

Multnomah Falls Oregon

buencorazon:

Multnomah Falls Oregon

(Source: estrelas-na-neve)

jackadiddlediddle:

co1orblind:

Tmi Thursday ask me things for once

Tmi everyday tbh

(via drmrhayls)

stargenderprincette:

idea: don’t make fun of trans girls’ appearances because that is a fucking disgusting thing to do

(Source: transyoite, via desidia5ever)

matialonsorphoto:

dark sunset
by matialonsor

matialonsorphoto:

dark sunset

by matialonsor

(Source: e101beta, via basslinebabe)

youngjusticer:

Pet shaming, the internet trend of mocking a disobedient animal, is a relatively harmless exercise since most pets are incapable of doing a ton of damage. That’s not the case with Pokemon, which have powers that range from spewing fire to complete control over time and space. Punishing a creature that can spit poison in your face is a much dicier prospect, but it hasn’t stopped online artists from turning Pokemon shaming into a thing. For example, if you keep a massive rotund pet like Snorlax around, you’re gonna lose some furniture.

(via basslinebabe)

keep-0n-blazing:

mortimer-says:

Dabs & Colorado

Yes

keep-0n-blazing:

mortimer-says:

Dabs & Colorado

Yes

(via the-maddabber)