Round up the usual suspects.

"What we do for ourselves dies with us. What we do for others and the world is and remains immortal.”
-Albert Pine

fandomsandfeminism:

crofethr:

denali-winter:

BAM.

I have never hit reblog so fast in my LIFE.

A+

(via nicolenostalgia)

xylodemon:

aceofheartsu:

I CANT BREATHE

if i ever stop reblogging this, just assume I’ve died

xylodemon:

aceofheartsu:

I CANT BREATHE

if i ever stop reblogging this, just assume I’ve died

(via assbutt-in-the-garrison)

kurosaki224:

erpsicle:

birdsbirds:

hookteeth:

DUCKS DO IT TOO

good news, everyone.

oh man. one time i was out with a group of friends, it was around 3 in the morning and we’d all just spilled out of this nightclub, all completely smashed, when one guy goes “OI DID YOU SEE THAT? THAT LIGHT JUST THEN??” and this  fUCKING LASER DOT ZOOMS PAST US ON THE GROUND AND WE’RE ALL LIKE YOOOOO DAFUQ IS DIS??? I SWEAR TO GOD WE SPENT NEARLY TEN MINUTES CHASING THIS FUCKING THING AROUND THE STREET BEFORE WE FIGURED OUT THERE WAS SOME ASSHOLE LIKE 10 STORIES UP IN THE APARTMENT BEHIND US PISSING HIMSELF.

so yeah. cats, ducks and drunk college students. fucking idiots the lot of them.

That is the best story I have ever heard.

(via nicolenostalgia)

dominospizzadelivery:

are we talking about loading my blog or my life here, tumblr?

dominospizzadelivery:

are we talking about loading my blog or my life here, tumblr?

(via zackisontumblr)

comedycentral:

Click here for more of Jon Stewart’s coverage of the recent House Committee on Science, Space and Technology hearing.

(via upworthy)

halftheskymovement:

Six-year-old Mehran is not your typical Afghan girl — she flies kites, climbs trees and freely speaks her mind. She is a bacha posh: girls who live as boys to escape patriarchal domination in Afghanistan.

“People use bad words for girls; they scream at them on the streets,” says 15-year-old Zahra, who has been living as a boy since she was two. “When I see that, I don’t want to be a girl. For always, I want to be a boy and a boy and a boy.”

Little is known about the psycho-sexual impact that living as a boy has on these girls. Most parents try to make their children switch back before the onset of puberty, but for those who resist, there is an uncertain future.

Read more via New York Post.