b0n-j0ur-monamour:

Is it just me or was the Viktor & Rolf Fall 2014 Couture show, just the same outfit over and over, with the bow at different places? 

I looked it up out of curiosity, and uh…yeah. Some of the stuff seemed kinda pretty, but a lot of them just looked like red beach towels tied in different ways.

b0n-j0ur-monamour:

AAANNND I’m really hoping the scary gif I just saw wasn’t a 4chan person who hacked a blog I follow. Cuz if it is then there’s probably more to come. 

It’s midnight, and I just saw of a gif of whatever the fuck that scary ass character is who, like, is just a smiley face, but like the smile and eyes are stiches? Ya. A gif of that thing. Awesome…. 

How can I block these things?? Is there a way?

I imagine this is gonna become a problem for a lot of people soon, possibly. any ideas?

No light, no light
In your bright blue eyes
I never knew daylight could be so violent
A revelation in the light of day
You can’t choose what stays and what fades away


heavvymetalqueen:

cracksatan:

heavvymetalqueen:

devinchee:

My friend from Finland just showed me this and I’m laughing because everything this guy is doing is 110% normal behavior in America.

Let me reiterate: The acting part of the skit is meant to show something RIDICULOUS AND STRANGE, but to an American it is going to look painfully normal and like an average day.

2:34 minutes of why I fit so well in Finland.

I guess it is normal in the way that most people won’t find you that strange if you do that, but they won’t find you strange if you don’t do it either.  (it would probably just be considered weird/rude if you completely ignore someone else’s greeting to you).  But yeah, saying hi to EVERYBODY you see in a city, is not normal in america.

Well he doesn’t mean greeting everybody in the city, but having to greet everybody he knows, even just neighbors. The city makes it harder because you will keep running into people you are vaguely acquainted with and it’s a pain to greet them all the time. Finland!

well, point still stands then, if we’re talking about wether or not this is normal in america.  I’ve never even known my neighbors, and you don’t have to say hi to someone you know everytime you see them if you see them a lot.

heavvymetalqueen:

devinchee:

My friend from Finland just showed me this and I’m laughing because everything this guy is doing is 110% normal behavior in America.

Let me reiterate: The acting part of the skit is meant to show something RIDICULOUS AND STRANGE, but to an American it is going to look painfully normal and like an average day.

2:34 minutes of why I fit so well in Finland.

I guess it is normal in the way that most people won’t find you that strange if you do that, but they won’t find you strange if you don’t do it either.  (it would probably just be considered weird/rude if you completely ignore someone else’s greeting to you).  But yeah, saying hi to EVERYBODY you see in a city, is not normal in america.

(via finnishlynx)

heavvymetalqueen:

klingenburger:

Okay I know a driving instructors job is to yell at me when I fuck up but having them yell and swear at me and THEN telling me I can’t be so nervous, no, you can’t do that.  You can have one or the other, but not both.  Yell at me, fine, I’ll take and I know it’s necessary but then you have to let me be nervous.  Especially since I’ve never driven on a fucking highway before today.

Just another reason to get out of this stupid town.  If I go to Tufts I have access to the T, or if I go to like BU or Northeastern I can walk to pretty much anywhere since it’s central, or take the T.  I want to be able to drive so I can go fucking places and not have to walk home from school every day, not because I want to drive. 

But I probably won’t get in to those schools anyway so I guess getting my license is a good idea….hmph…

ugh, why are all driving instructor fucking assholes? Mine was a sexist douchebag who constantly talked down to me and claimed I wouldn’t get my licence because I’m a girl. I think they’re drunk on their pitiful power over teenagers.

But seriously it’s worth going through it regardless, once you don’t have a dickpustule next to you shouting at you, driving is great and it’s like pure freedom, you can go ANYWHERE.

I miss my car….

good to hear horrible driving instructors are a universal thing.

I miss that kitty

also, she used to really have a thing for burying her face in my hair. Like I’d pick her up and she’d start whining until threw my hair over her face, then started purring.  

and that’s it for kitty spam