Megan

drowninginyoursmile:

heyfunniest:

Russell Brand telling Westboro Baptist what’s up.

I will reblog this until my fingers bleed.

Reblog if it is 104% okay to come to your ask and just say ‘Hi can we be friends’ and then start asking you random questions.
Reblog this if you read fan fiction.

neongreenninja:

mcmarty89:

sassmastergee:

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everythingelsegoesherethen:

helloyesispeakfandom:

blainehummel-kurtanderson:

castielneedsdean:

I wanna see how many people on this site are into it.

Reblog this post if you don’t.

I know there are more

don’t lie guys i know you live on smut

I’m sorry but scrollers image

I watch Castle, is it the same, right?

YES.

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ckings:

hiddlesbatchlove:

real talk

omg i have a crush on a guy that never said anything to me

Sill in need of Stana Katic to release a cd.

No matter how straight you are when it comes to Stana Katic you’re gay.

leuska:

luvcbalways:

AU:Castle dies after 'Dreamworld". Beckett breaks down, when she can suddenly see him in a ghost form. 

This is so disturbingly, hilariously heartbreaking.

Well, that’s depressing.

willgrahamcrackercrumbs:

reasons you should date me:

  • i bake things and they taste good usually
  • i will cuddle you always
  • you can chill w/me for hours and just read or watch movies and not  talk
  • i could’ve murdered like 17 people by now but i haven’t

awkwardsituationist:

elephants are conspicuously expressive and joyful creatures. when celebrating a birth or reuniting with old acquaintances, elephants will intertwine their trunks together and engage in friendly trunk wrestling. when trying to console a loved one, elephants will stroke or caress each others’ heads and backs with their trunks.

demonstrations of true consolation in animals are rare, and have only been documented in the great apes, canines, and some corvids. this might be because complex cognitive abilities are required for consolation, such as the ability to empathically take the perspective of another. elephants are one of the few animals to pass the mirror test.

with their strong social bonds, it’s not surprising that elephants show concern for others. elephants get distressed when they see others in distress, reaching out to calm them down. the consistency with which elephants responded to a friend in distress is quite remarkable. rarely does an elephant give a distress call without a response from a friend or group member nearby.

photos by mario moreno. some text from a february 2014 wired article