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It started with shirts, now it's just stuff


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Reblogged from newagerambler
newagerambler:

Adventure is out there!
I’m just missing an Ellie in my life.

Aren’t we all just looking for our Ellie?

newagerambler:

Adventure is out there!

I’m just missing an Ellie in my life.

Aren’t we all just looking for our Ellie?

(via chewycrossing)

Reblogged from charliecoffin

That’s Ethan Suplee!

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Reblogged from cowabungacountdown

Parents

So this happened when I walked in the house at 10pm

Me: Hello!
Dad: Hi!
Mom: Why did you do that, what is wrong with you!?
Dad: I was just saying hi.
Mom: You keep doing this! You wake me up every time!
Dad: I was just saying hi to my son. He walked in and said hello, am I not supposed to say hi to my son because you fell asleep on the couch!?
Mom: Why do you have to be so nasty!?!
Dad: because you woke up nasty!
Mom: EXCUUUUUUUSE ME!!!
(continued bickering as I quickly leave)

Reblogged from con-ceal

con-ceal:

IF YOU HAVEN’T SEEN THIS FUCKING VIDEO WATCH IT RIGHT NOW ITS ALL ABOUT THE BOOTY

(via consultant-detective)

Reblogged from gundam-tanak00l-deactivated2014
Reblogged from alittlecornerofmymind

masterofaeons:

A - Throw Football
A + Control Stick - Throw Football
Hold A + Control Stick - Throw Football
B - Throw Football
B + Control Stick - Throw Football
L/R - Throw Football
Z - Grab and throw Football
C + Direction - YOU'RE TEARING ME APART LISA!!!! Control Pad Up - Throw Football

(Source: alittlecornerofmymind, via darkboos)


Reblogged from rocknrollercoaster
dimmestarc:

I tried. So hard. To keep scrolling.

Those cards better be in braille

dimmestarc:

I tried. So hard. To keep scrolling.

Those cards better be in braille

(Source: rocknrollercoaster, via darkboos)

Reblogged from comicremixes
comicremixes:

hasta la vista baby

comicremixes:

hasta la vista baby

Reblogged from personhoodusa
dippingstickssunshine:

personhoodusa:

http://ift.tt/1dTRasb

Which reason would you like?
1) The images are of medical procedures. It is socially inappropriate to publicly display photographs of medical procedures because frankly, they are unsettling. This is the same reason it is not socially acceptable to publicly display photographs of heart bypassses, lung transplants, tonsilectomies, or any other surgery because many people are made uncomfortable or ill by the sight of blood and tissue. Even cable television programs that show medical procedures (real or staged) are prefaced with a warning for viewer discretion.
2) The images are often photoshopped, mislabeled, or both. Some of the most common “pro-life” pictures of aborted fetuses originated when a group of “pro-life” activists trespassed on clinic property and went dumpster diving in medical waste. Because these “activists” were not doctors and had no biological training, they labeled their photographs with whatever gestational age they felt like, and these labels persist today. Another common tactic is taking a picture of an advanced fetus and photoshopping a small size reference, such as a quarter, to make it appear that early embryos are very developed and babylike.
3) The images are often not of abortions. “Pro-life” photographs of very, very late-term fetuses are virtually never the result of elective abortion. These pictures are often taken from case studies of rare and horrific fetal abnormalities published in medical journals. The parents of these children have lost very wanted pregnancies, and only gave their consent for the photographs to be used in medical journals for scientific purposes, hopefully so their child’s condition could be studied and remedied in future families. There are also cases of stillbirth photos being stolen from family blogs and medical websites for appropriation in the “pro-life” movement. Another common misappropriation is a photo of a whole embryo in its gestational sac, which was the result of a hysterectomy due to cancer.
4) The images are used in lieu of an actual discussion about medical rights. "Pro-life" organizations like Abolish Human Abortion and the Genocide Awareness Project claim they use these photographs to "start a discussion," but what they are really attempting to do is disgust the viewer into agreeing with them without even thinking about what abortion is and why people might choose it. When a neutral viewer is overwhelmed with thoughts of "ew, blood," it is difficult to consider the fact that a fetus does not have the right to use a woman’s body without her consent, or that all medical procedures are pretty gross and therefore irrelevant to the issue at hand.
That’s why I’m still pro-choice.

You can’t show pictures of Penises and Vaginas, but plenty of people are still pro genitalia

dippingstickssunshine:

personhoodusa:

http://ift.tt/1dTRasb

Which reason would you like?

1) The images are of medical procedures. It is socially inappropriate to publicly display photographs of medical procedures because frankly, they are unsettling. This is the same reason it is not socially acceptable to publicly display photographs of heart bypassses, lung transplants, tonsilectomies, or any other surgery because many people are made uncomfortable or ill by the sight of blood and tissue. Even cable television programs that show medical procedures (real or staged) are prefaced with a warning for viewer discretion.

2) The images are often photoshopped, mislabeled, or both. Some of the most common “pro-life” pictures of aborted fetuses originated when a group of “pro-life” activists trespassed on clinic property and went dumpster diving in medical waste. Because these “activists” were not doctors and had no biological training, they labeled their photographs with whatever gestational age they felt like, and these labels persist today. Another common tactic is taking a picture of an advanced fetus and photoshopping a small size reference, such as a quarter, to make it appear that early embryos are very developed and babylike.

3) The images are often not of abortions. “Pro-life” photographs of very, very late-term fetuses are virtually never the result of elective abortion. These pictures are often taken from case studies of rare and horrific fetal abnormalities published in medical journals. The parents of these children have lost very wanted pregnancies, and only gave their consent for the photographs to be used in medical journals for scientific purposes, hopefully so their child’s condition could be studied and remedied in future families. There are also cases of stillbirth photos being stolen from family blogs and medical websites for appropriation in the “pro-life” movement. Another common misappropriation is a photo of a whole embryo in its gestational sac, which was the result of a hysterectomy due to cancer.

4) The images are used in lieu of an actual discussion about medical rights. "Pro-life" organizations like Abolish Human Abortion and the Genocide Awareness Project claim they use these photographs to "start a discussion," but what they are really attempting to do is disgust the viewer into agreeing with them without even thinking about what abortion is and why people might choose it. When a neutral viewer is overwhelmed with thoughts of "ew, blood," it is difficult to consider the fact that a fetus does not have the right to use a woman’s body without her consent, or that all medical procedures are pretty gross and therefore irrelevant to the issue at hand.

That’s why I’m still pro-choice.

You can’t show pictures of Penises and Vaginas, but plenty of people are still pro genitalia

(via doodledumpling)


Reblogged from spooksthebun
doctormeow:

spooksthebun:

HOW THE FUCK DID MY KAZAAM LASERDISC BREAK



you have suffered a Shaq Attack

doctormeow:

spooksthebun:

HOW THE FUCK DID MY KAZAAM LASERDISC BREAK

you have suffered a Shaq Attack

(via commodoreskippy)

Reblogged from shinkuuma

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