1. professorgo:

    The guy on the left, since he shows clear disgust with having his picture taken suddenly without permission. The guy on the right has had so little sleep that his grip on reality and emotions has left him

    (Source: generic-art, via megantriumphant)

  2. or-riental:


    If this hits 1k notes I’ll legit scream


    (via milesjai)


  4. blastortoise:

    it’s so weird that people are shaming Beyonce for being sexual during her performance when literally in the speech in flawless says “We teach girls that they cannot be sexual beings in the way that boys are." Like how do you miss the point that bad

    (Source: jizeru-jueru, via trust)


  6. livebloggingmydescentintomadness:



    tumblr in october


    (via nxexilx)


  7. com-pulsion:

    I want a cactus in a cute little pot and I’ll name it after you because you’re a fucking prick.

    (via nxexilx)

  9. jeauxlyne:

    Steal the look!

    Gucci Cupcake Top - $345.89

    Justice! Flare Jeans - $23.99

    Dolce & Gabbana Hair Scrunchies - $876.44

    Heely’s - $133.21

    (via ruinedchildhood)

  11. cherru:


    do whatever you want with this template

    have fun you guys


    *runs away*

    (via milesjai)

  12. gentlemanbones:

    Dunsparce is ready to love again.

    (via singing-hope)


  13. fappuclno:

    when you and ya bestfriend say something at the exact same time

    (via zackisontumblr)

  14. shrinemaidens:



    Tsukuyomi or Tsukiyomi [月読], also known as Tsukiyomi-no-mikoto, is the moon god in Shinto and Japanese mythology. Unlike the myths of ancient Greece or Rome, the Japanese moon deity is male.

    Tsukuyomi was the second of the “three noble children” born when Izanagi-no-Mikoto, the god who created the first land of Onogoro-shima, was cleansing himself of his sins while bathing after escaping the underworld and the clutches of his enraged dead wife, Izanami-no-Mikoto. Tsukuyomi was born when he washed out of Izanagi’s right eye. After climbing a celestial ladder, Tsukuyomi lived in the heavens, also known as Takamagahara, with his sister Amaterasu Ōmikami, the sun goddess.

    Tsukuyomi angered Amaterasu when he killed Uke Mochi, the goddess of food. Amaterasu had sent Tsukuyomi to represent her at a feast presented by Uke Mochi. She’d made the food by turning to the ocean and spitting out a fish, then faced the forest and poured game from her mouth, and finally turned to a rice paddy and coughed up a bowl of rice. Tsukuyomi was utterly disgusted by the fact that, although the repast looked exquisite, the meal was made in a disgusting manner, and so he killed her. Soon, Amaterasu learned what had transpired; in her fury, she refused to ever look at Tsukuyomi again, forever moving to another part of the sky. This is the reason that day and night are never together.

    (via patroclusides)