1. The thief. 


  2. moeletters:




    Moe I see you are finally catching up with my blog; you’re only two weeks back now, congrats!! ;)

    /SOB And now I’m a year behind…. but seeing this post gives me hope because it means I’m getting closer to the point where I reach the posts that I’ve…

    I have arrived! :D Though technically I’ve still got another 10 or so months to get through… It’s just that I reached the point where I had to come back to the present so I could cycle back through the last ten months again. Think I’m aiming for somewhere in November 2013 maybe… Anyway, I’ll see you in however long that takes me…

    OMYGOD I REACHED THE STARTING POINT AGAIN! :D TIME TO GO BACK TO PRESENT TUMBLR TIMES HOW EXCITING!! I am so confused about how my tumblering works but apparently it does. Note to self: It’s the 23rd of July this post was just made after you cycled through from Feb 2014 to november 2013. There should be a post waiting for you in february….how does this even work what the fuck is wrong with you? Go to sleep already!
    Posted to my entirely not in use blog for some reason… weird.

    (Source: themoonrulzknee)


  3. fruitappreciation:

    omg apparently artificial banana flavoring is based on the gros michel banana which was wiped out by a banana plague in the 50s and the banana we eat today is a totally different thing called the cavendish and thats why banana candy doesnt taste like bananas do you know how lied to i feel. like there was a fucking banana apocalypse and no one told me about it until now

    (via specialshera)


  4. how come my followers don’t ask me questions and want to know about my life like how often i pee or my fav flavor of chips or how much milk i like in my cereal or what shampoo i use or my GPA or my political party preference or my moms maiden name or how many outlets i have in my room 

    (Source: marinasdmonds, via xmits)

  5. Faces


  6. rootsgrowdeeper:

    Instant comfort.

    (Source: killheji, via specialshera)

  7. xmits:








    Don’t get me wrong, the new iPhones look interesting. But this is an excellent idea for the future of cellphones. 

    (by Dave Hakkens)

    Completely agree with the OP. This is a very democratic, sustainable, and innovative path forward for cell phones. I hope such an idea can catch on.

    I support this 100%.


    AH!!! Cool!!!!!!

    Thats actually really cool! What a great idea!

    I WANT IT.


    (via harucakes)


  8. "

    This is something that I think might be worth noting out loud: At a largely female-oriented convention, as a man, I was never excluded, resented or made to feel unwelcome. There were folks who were surprised I was there, but that surprise was always “Oh! Cool! You’re here!” rather than “Why are you here?” And that, of course, is a salient difference. No one questioned my reasoning for being there, or suggested, say, that I was a Fake Romance Boy, or quizzed me about who my favorite romance author was or if I could recite that author’s bibliography to their satisfaction. I certainly wasn’t skeezed on. On the contrary, people went out of their way to ask me if I was enjoying myself and to let me know they were glad I was there. When I admitted ignorance about certain writers or genre details they were happy to expand my knowledge, and they wanted to know more about what I did and my own experiences as a writer. I met lots of new people and made new friends and in many ways it was one of the best convention experiences I’ve had in a long time.

    This leaves wide open and hanging the question of why was it so easy for the folks at the RT Booklovers’ Convention, fans and creators both, to welcome a stranger of the opposite gender into their midst, while other enthusiast communities that skew male still have creators and fans who blow a gasket about women doing their thing in that genre. It’s not difficult to be welcoming and friendly.

    — John Scalzi, feminist, author, and president of the Sci-Fi and Fantasy Writers of America, on his going to the Romantic Times Booklovers’ Convention (via whiskeysnarker)

    (via specialshera)


  9. "The same Hebrew word that is used in Genesis 2:24 to describe how Adam felt about Eve (and how spouses are supposed to feel toward each other) is used in Ruth 1:14 to describe how Ruth felt about Naomi. Her feelings are celebrated, not condemned.

    And throughout Christian history, Ruth’s vow to Naomi has been used to illustrate the nature of the marriage covenant. These words are often read at Christian wedding ceremonies and used in sermons to illustrate the ideal love that spouses should have for one another. The fact that these words were originally spoken by one woman to another tells us a lot about how God feels about same-gender relationships."
  10. deanleysen:

    I always wonder about that.

    (Source: epic-humor, via cyrevenant)