it feels like war, love feels like war

(Source: weirdxkids, via jackthepenguinboy)

bloodyhuf:

Blink-182 | I miss you.

bloodyhuf:

Blink-182 | I miss you.

(Source: hellraizer69, via feelslike-f0rever)

hawtblawger:

tall boys with dark hair and shy smiles who smell good and have great tastes in music are very important ok

(via i-m-somewhere-in-neverland)

christinagaskarth:

100 favourite songs (in no particular order) - #70 - “American Idiot” - Green Day

(Source: douxe, via power-and--control)

smoking-sex-suicide:

Morning Ritual

I do this everyday

(Source: cquirk-art, via thefirestillexists)

seenthecreppyfade:

iwillincendiotheheartoutofyou:

thescienceofjohnlock:

taylorpotato:

dave-vriska:

snufflechopsplastic:

bottledminx:

hisa-ai:

Is that so?

reblogging because I fucking want it to be goddamned true

Most of the time, it is true, because swear words are stored in the ‘emotions area’ of the brain, rather than the linguistics area.

fuck yes

SO MARTIN FREEMAN IS JESUS

Well fuck me

Just to add with this with a bit of science, I went to a lecture on swearing once, and we were provided with a diagram of the brain. Swear words are, indeed, stored in the limbic system (the parts of the brain that deal with emotion). That’s why when we experience a shock, be it touching something hot or being given a surprise gift or having to suddenly swerve, we tend to swear on reflex. Just as an animal might mewl, we swear, because it’s the best audible sign of shock our body can produce, and the one most likely to make our emotions evident to other people, and hence receive help if we need it.

Every time I read this post, I feel like waving it in the faces of everyone who’s said that I’m dangerous, sketchy and untrustworthy because I swear a lot.

seenthecreppyfade:

iwillincendiotheheartoutofyou:

thescienceofjohnlock:

taylorpotato:

dave-vriska:

snufflechopsplastic:

bottledminx:

hisa-ai:

Is that so?

reblogging because I fucking want it to be goddamned true

Most of the time, it is true, because swear words are stored in the ‘emotions area’ of the brain, rather than the linguistics area.

fuck yes

SO MARTIN FREEMAN IS JESUS

Well fuck me

Just to add with this with a bit of science, I went to a lecture on swearing once, and we were provided with a diagram of the brain. Swear words are, indeed, stored in the limbic system (the parts of the brain that deal with emotion). That’s why when we experience a shock, be it touching something hot or being given a surprise gift or having to suddenly swerve, we tend to swear on reflex. Just as an animal might mewl, we swear, because it’s the best audible sign of shock our body can produce, and the one most likely to make our emotions evident to other people, and hence receive help if we need it.

Every time I read this post, I feel like waving it in the faces of everyone who’s said that I’m dangerous, sketchy and untrustworthy because I swear a lot.

(via captainkellic)

lunaschristmaspudding:

300mirrors:

laoih:

allonsymiddleearth:

#Character Development

He developed from threatening Dwarves to protecting Dwarves.

He also stopped wearing eye liner.

OH THAT’S THE THING THEY DID WITH HIS EYES I WAS SO FREAKIN’ CONFUSED THE WHOLE TIME

(via xaotikotelos)