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coolscar:

coolscar:

i think im gonna lay down…………

THE LAW! you all thought i was going to bed! justice never sleeps, haha suckers

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gaydiationpoisoning:

Labeling the crushes young children have on same-sex peers as “inappropriate (read: too sexual) for a family audience” tells me two things: that you are a homophobe, and that you cannot conceive of innocent sexless love between young gay children. So basically you are twice a homophobe.

my dog walked across my face to sneeze in my ear

swagginrecovery:

jewel-espeon:

does anyone have any tips for fighting derealization? thank you

http://whynot-dissociativedegu.tumblr.com/post/38786840911/grounding-techniques

this has a whole bunch of great techniques :)

i usually pick something in the room and describe it to myself

and then i just… it’s hard to explain, but stop thinking and just see it? and exist alongside with it? this part is super hard to explain

if that doesn’t work then i rub something cold/hot/smooth on my palm or run something along my skin, i have to change the “something” up a lot but it does help.

this post is good, thank you!!!!

does anyone know anything that helps when you are depersonalized / when you feel like you are about to depersonalize?

seraphica:

Fantastic Foxes [via/sources]

Orange Is The New Black making orange jumpsuits too cool for actual prison

[Saginaw County Sheriff] Federspiel explicitly blamed the Netflix drama, about the complex relationships forged at a women’s prison, for influencing kids to head out to “the mall or in public” wearing the orange jumpsuits, presumably to have their own “cool” discussions about their confusing sexual feelings. “The name of the show, Orange Is The New Black, is saying it’s cool to wear orange, and the show is enormously popular in Michigan,” Federspiel said, also a sheriff of interpreting things.

In addition to sending the message that “It’s not cool to be an inmate of the Saginaw County Jail”—and nothing makes something uncool more than being denounced by an authority figure—doing away with the orange jumpsuits also has the practical effect of differentiating real prisoners from poseurs at the mall. This prevents the former from escaping, and the latter from trying to slip into prison so they can be cool. Instead, Saginaw convicts will be wearing more traditional, vintage jumpsuits with horizontal black-and-white stripes, similar to costumes worn by people on Halloween, so as to avoid any possible confusion. They’re also reminiscent of the Hamburglar, who burgles hamburgers—something that is decidedly uncool.  

“We decided that the black-and-white stripes would be the best way to go because it signifies ‘jail inmate,’ and I don’t see people out there wanting to wear black-and-white stripes,” said Federspiel, who shops at the weirdest mall in the world.

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gay8:

Adam Lupton1; 20 More One Mores

gay8:

Adam Lupton
1; 20 More One Mores

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columbine-pariah:

trash-bag2001:

#aliens 👽 I can’t believe I have the ability to draw things 😮

Fkn love this del

columbine-pariah:

trash-bag2001:

#aliens 👽 I can’t believe I have the ability to draw things 😮

Fkn love this del

Hozier – Take Me To Church (14,973 plays)

wild-passion:

"Take me to church, I’ll worship like a dog at the shrine of your lies, I’ll tell you my sins and you can sharpen your knife. Offer me that deathless death, Good God, let me give you my life."

who-:

Just 30 minutes south of Brussels, in Belgium, is a forest called Hallerbos. During the spring, the forest’s floor is covered in bluebell flowers which creates a carpet-like effect. Recently, photographer Kilian Schönberger went deep into the woods to capture this incredible shot.

who-:

Just 30 minutes south of Brussels, in Belgium, is a forest called Hallerbos. During the spring, the forest’s floor is covered in bluebell flowers which creates a carpet-like effect. Recently, photographer Kilian Schönberger went deep into the woods to capture this incredible shot.

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