Great now I really fucked it all up my childish bullshit really came out today fuck fuck fuck I really hope I didn’t fuck it up to bad fuck

"Don’t let my action mislead you, I might fuck with you but I don’t need you."
— (via phuckindope)

im so fucking insecure sometimes its fucking disgusting 

Just when i thought i was a little more grown i go an act llke an 18 year old fucking wonderful u fucking dumbass -_-

kingsleyyy:

i’m thankful my childhood was filled with imagination and bruises from playing outside, instead of apps and how many damn likes you get on a picture

hate:

i’m so afraid of marriage like what if you marry someone and like have kids with them and then they decide they don’t love you anymore or something idk man but that shit is scary

"The best advice I’ve ever received is, ‘No one else knows what they’re doing either."
"You know what music is? God’s little reminder that there’s something else besides us in this universe; harmonic connection between all living beings, every where, even the stars."
— Robin Williams (via liquid-diamonds-flowing)
pixalry:

The Adventure Time Art Print Collection - Created by Boxing Bear Studio
Now available for sale on Etsy individually or as the complete collection. You can also follow Boxing Bear on Tumblr and Twitter.
pixalry:

The Adventure Time Art Print Collection - Created by Boxing Bear Studio
Now available for sale on Etsy individually or as the complete collection. You can also follow Boxing Bear on Tumblr and Twitter.
pixalry:

The Adventure Time Art Print Collection - Created by Boxing Bear Studio
Now available for sale on Etsy individually or as the complete collection. You can also follow Boxing Bear on Tumblr and Twitter.
pixalry:

The Adventure Time Art Print Collection - Created by Boxing Bear Studio
Now available for sale on Etsy individually or as the complete collection. You can also follow Boxing Bear on Tumblr and Twitter.
pixalry:

The Adventure Time Art Print Collection - Created by Boxing Bear Studio
Now available for sale on Etsy individually or as the complete collection. You can also follow Boxing Bear on Tumblr and Twitter.
pixalry:

The Adventure Time Art Print Collection - Created by Boxing Bear Studio
Now available for sale on Etsy individually or as the complete collection. You can also follow Boxing Bear on Tumblr and Twitter.

pixalry:

The Adventure Time Art Print CollectionCreated by Boxing Bear Studio

Now available for sale on Etsy individually or as the complete collection. You can also follow Boxing Bear on Tumblr and Twitter.

The Impotence of Self-Importance
Posted by Reginhard OR on Saturday, November 22nd, 2008
Often in life we hear “Why me?” or “This shouldn’t happen to me!” when faced with wyrd’s little nuances. The ego attempts to find a reasoning for this twist in life and often we seek someone to blame. In the Christian faith you will hear the phrase “it’s Gods will”, and this detachment absolves the ego as it now has a scapegoat as well as an excuse. The Hindus and Buddhists often attribute this to “Karmic Debt” and you have somehow paid a price for a previous erring and once again the satisfied ego can now say “I deserved it.” The subtlety behind this is the question “Why?” Maybe the question should be “Why not?” Many people suffer from what can be referred to as “Plot Significance.” Life is a movie in which they are the star, and will beat the baddies and get the girl. As the star of the film how can anything bad happen. They after all should only attract positive outcomes. When other outcomes occur many look to Religion and get answers similar to those earlier described in this article. Whilst many find comfort it is not the truth and only a nice delusion. This is important to those who follow the Martial Arts. Often the mind may be clouded with “I might get hurt” or even “I might get killed.” This is of course possible, but your opponent will be thinking the same and also “I cant get hurt because this is a film about how good i am.” If one is capable of loosing the ego and smile in the face of danger, even in defeat, then you are walking a straight path. Those who thrive on their ego follow a rocky road to defeat. So when training have a smile on your face so that your heart will be glad. When walking in a storm some people grimace and pull their clothes tighter to them and try to duck under eaves of houses to vainly attempt to remain dry. You may as well smile and walk calmly down the road. After all in both cases you will arrive home wet.

(Source: addtoany.com)

startswithabang:

Cartoons for Social Justice

"As the start of August marks the 70th anniversary of the beginning of the Warsaw uprising, one of the bravest acts during one of the darkest times in recent human history, I thought it would be only fitting to highlight one of Poland’s national treasures, whose art resonates about the state of our existence in these modern times regardless of whether you understand a single word of English (or Polish) or not."

A picture is worth 1,000 words, they say, but Polish cartoonist Pawel Kuczynski nails what he does so well that his images will leave you without the need to say anything at all. Hacks like Andy Borowitz, take note: this is how satire is done.
startswithabang:

Cartoons for Social Justice

"As the start of August marks the 70th anniversary of the beginning of the Warsaw uprising, one of the bravest acts during one of the darkest times in recent human history, I thought it would be only fitting to highlight one of Poland’s national treasures, whose art resonates about the state of our existence in these modern times regardless of whether you understand a single word of English (or Polish) or not."

A picture is worth 1,000 words, they say, but Polish cartoonist Pawel Kuczynski nails what he does so well that his images will leave you without the need to say anything at all. Hacks like Andy Borowitz, take note: this is how satire is done.
startswithabang:

Cartoons for Social Justice

"As the start of August marks the 70th anniversary of the beginning of the Warsaw uprising, one of the bravest acts during one of the darkest times in recent human history, I thought it would be only fitting to highlight one of Poland’s national treasures, whose art resonates about the state of our existence in these modern times regardless of whether you understand a single word of English (or Polish) or not."

A picture is worth 1,000 words, they say, but Polish cartoonist Pawel Kuczynski nails what he does so well that his images will leave you without the need to say anything at all. Hacks like Andy Borowitz, take note: this is how satire is done.
startswithabang:

Cartoons for Social Justice

"As the start of August marks the 70th anniversary of the beginning of the Warsaw uprising, one of the bravest acts during one of the darkest times in recent human history, I thought it would be only fitting to highlight one of Poland’s national treasures, whose art resonates about the state of our existence in these modern times regardless of whether you understand a single word of English (or Polish) or not."

A picture is worth 1,000 words, they say, but Polish cartoonist Pawel Kuczynski nails what he does so well that his images will leave you without the need to say anything at all. Hacks like Andy Borowitz, take note: this is how satire is done.
startswithabang:

Cartoons for Social Justice

"As the start of August marks the 70th anniversary of the beginning of the Warsaw uprising, one of the bravest acts during one of the darkest times in recent human history, I thought it would be only fitting to highlight one of Poland’s national treasures, whose art resonates about the state of our existence in these modern times regardless of whether you understand a single word of English (or Polish) or not."

A picture is worth 1,000 words, they say, but Polish cartoonist Pawel Kuczynski nails what he does so well that his images will leave you without the need to say anything at all. Hacks like Andy Borowitz, take note: this is how satire is done.
startswithabang:

Cartoons for Social Justice

"As the start of August marks the 70th anniversary of the beginning of the Warsaw uprising, one of the bravest acts during one of the darkest times in recent human history, I thought it would be only fitting to highlight one of Poland’s national treasures, whose art resonates about the state of our existence in these modern times regardless of whether you understand a single word of English (or Polish) or not."

A picture is worth 1,000 words, they say, but Polish cartoonist Pawel Kuczynski nails what he does so well that his images will leave you without the need to say anything at all. Hacks like Andy Borowitz, take note: this is how satire is done.
startswithabang:

Cartoons for Social Justice

"As the start of August marks the 70th anniversary of the beginning of the Warsaw uprising, one of the bravest acts during one of the darkest times in recent human history, I thought it would be only fitting to highlight one of Poland’s national treasures, whose art resonates about the state of our existence in these modern times regardless of whether you understand a single word of English (or Polish) or not."

A picture is worth 1,000 words, they say, but Polish cartoonist Pawel Kuczynski nails what he does so well that his images will leave you without the need to say anything at all. Hacks like Andy Borowitz, take note: this is how satire is done.
startswithabang:

Cartoons for Social Justice

"As the start of August marks the 70th anniversary of the beginning of the Warsaw uprising, one of the bravest acts during one of the darkest times in recent human history, I thought it would be only fitting to highlight one of Poland’s national treasures, whose art resonates about the state of our existence in these modern times regardless of whether you understand a single word of English (or Polish) or not."

A picture is worth 1,000 words, they say, but Polish cartoonist Pawel Kuczynski nails what he does so well that his images will leave you without the need to say anything at all. Hacks like Andy Borowitz, take note: this is how satire is done.
startswithabang:

Cartoons for Social Justice

"As the start of August marks the 70th anniversary of the beginning of the Warsaw uprising, one of the bravest acts during one of the darkest times in recent human history, I thought it would be only fitting to highlight one of Poland’s national treasures, whose art resonates about the state of our existence in these modern times regardless of whether you understand a single word of English (or Polish) or not."

A picture is worth 1,000 words, they say, but Polish cartoonist Pawel Kuczynski nails what he does so well that his images will leave you without the need to say anything at all. Hacks like Andy Borowitz, take note: this is how satire is done.
startswithabang:

Cartoons for Social Justice

"As the start of August marks the 70th anniversary of the beginning of the Warsaw uprising, one of the bravest acts during one of the darkest times in recent human history, I thought it would be only fitting to highlight one of Poland’s national treasures, whose art resonates about the state of our existence in these modern times regardless of whether you understand a single word of English (or Polish) or not."

A picture is worth 1,000 words, they say, but Polish cartoonist Pawel Kuczynski nails what he does so well that his images will leave you without the need to say anything at all. Hacks like Andy Borowitz, take note: this is how satire is done.

startswithabang:

Cartoons for Social Justice

"As the start of August marks the 70th anniversary of the beginning of the Warsaw uprising, one of the bravest acts during one of the darkest times in recent human history, I thought it would be only fitting to highlight one of Poland’s national treasures, whose art resonates about the state of our existence in these modern times regardless of whether you understand a single word of English (or Polish) or not."

A picture is worth 1,000 words, they say, but Polish cartoonist Pawel Kuczynski nails what he does so well that his images will leave you without the need to say anything at all. Hacks like Andy Borowitz, take note: this is how satire is done.

princeowl:

calling cops pigs is really offensive. pigs are kind, gentle, intelligent creatures. don’t compare them to cops

(Source: studio1b)