netlfix:

netlfix:

whats ET short for?

because he’s got little legs

chromeofficial:

chromeofficial:

chromeofficial:

what do u call a backstabbing grocer

traitor joe

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fahoohz:

Harry Styles celebrating all his hoes in different time zones

fahoohz:

Harry Styles celebrating all his hoes in different time zones

livebloggingmydescentintomadness:

Even John would have hated John.

taylor-sea:

*leans against wall*

*sips a capri sun*

hey

clraft:

how am i supposed to forget you when every time i go outside i see things that remind me of you

like:

  • garbage cans
  • dog shit
  • asshole people
  • those babies that you want to punch in the face because they wont stop crying no matter what
So my boyfriend did a thing.

hellochameleon:

My boyfriend of over 2 years sent me a game over skype. He said he wants to try and make Pokemon games since I play them so much. I opened it up and was super excited.

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It seemed really well done and was super ready to start on my adventure!

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He left a lot of cute notes and tips around town.

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He remembered my favorite Kanto starter.<3

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I was surprised it ran pretty well. I went on my journey and leveled up my Pokemon!

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He showed me support and encouragement through a ton of NPC dialogue.

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Then as im ending the game I come across this.

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;u;

nowyoukno:

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gaywrites:

Happy weekend! Here’s your warm, fuzzy feeling of the day. Or, at the very least, mine. 
The picture on the left is me about a year ago, shortly after getting my first tattoo, an itty-bitty LGBTQ-reppin’ equal sign on my arm.
The picture on the right is my (straight, cis) younger brother, a year later almost to the day, with a brand new, great big equal sign tattoo on his arm. This one is his first tattoo, too. 
He didn’t tell me ahead of time that he was doing it, but damn if I’m not the proudest big sister in the whole world. 
(I didn’t even plan that we were wearing the same color shirts. I swear.)

gaywrites:

Happy weekend! Here’s your warm, fuzzy feeling of the day. Or, at the very least, mine. 

The picture on the left is me about a year ago, shortly after getting my first tattoo, an itty-bitty LGBTQ-reppin’ equal sign on my arm.

The picture on the right is my (straight, cis) younger brother, a year later almost to the day, with a brand new, great big equal sign tattoo on his arm. This one is his first tattoo, too. 

He didn’t tell me ahead of time that he was doing it, but damn if I’m not the proudest big sister in the whole world. 

(I didn’t even plan that we were wearing the same color shirts. I swear.)

Massachusetts is proud to have been the first state in the union to legalize same-sex marriage, and deservedly so. And yet we must remember that it took this country 228 years just to get that far. Yes, 228 years after the Declaration of Independence was signed, 141 years after the country abolished slavery, 84 years after women won the right to vote, and 40 years after the Civil Rights Act codified the rights of African Americans, it still took until 2004 for even one state to legalize same-sex marriage. Yet all great movements must have their starting point, and we must recognize that this continues to be an ongoing process. There will continue to be setbacks, grief, and heartache along the way, yet the work must always continue until all 50 states have joined Massachusetts in bestowing true equality upon all their citizens. On this 10-year anniversary of marriage equality, we pause to celebrate that first, necessary step that will show us all the way forward
ICYMI: Yesterday was the 10th anniversary of marriage equality in Massachusetts, and therefore in the United States. E. Denise Simmons, a seven-term Cambridge City Councilor and the country’s  first black, openly lesbian mayor, wrote about it for the Huffington Post. (via gaywrites)

gaywrites:

Jessica Urbina, a senior at San Francisco’s Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory School, says the school removed her portrait from the yearbook because she wore a tux instead of a dress.

The school maintains that by wearing a tux, Urbina violated the school’s dress code. The principal maintains that there is “a photo” of her in the yearbook, but it’s not clear whether that’s her official senior portrait or a more casual photo.

"As we prepare to pass out yearbooks it is always regretful when a student portrait is omitted for any reason," a post on the school’s official website read, according to CBS. "As a community we will continue to work tirelessly to ensure that all students are included in the future. We want to reassure our community that all graduating seniors are represented in the commencement program."

The upside of the story, though:

Nonetheless, classmates came to school May 16 wearing bow ties in solidarity with Urbina, who has yet to comment about the case publicly, SFGate reported. Meanwhile, brother Michael Urbina, 21, is spearheading a social media campaign under the #JessicasTux hashtag in support of his younger sister, and says he hopes to meet with school officials over the yearbook issue.

Sigh. School administrators who think they know what’s best for kids are often sadly mistaken. 

mormondad:

real life high school advice:

  • dont slack 
  • be friends with everyone 
  • kiss ass like there is no tomorrow