okay this is worse


There’s a fight soon to be underway in Nassau.
A fight that we are entitled to be a part of.
A fight to answer a cowardly crime.
A fight that’s been stolen from us by you fucking people.
So the way I see it, each one of you owes us a fight.

I got into my first car accident the other day. I was in the fast lane and someone sped up, swerved, and cut me off so fast that they ended up pushing me into the center of the freeway, I almost lost control of my car and I ended up scraping against the metal railings between the freeway. Half of my car is messed up, and I couldn’t open my door, so I had to climb out the side. I’m thankful I didn’t hit anyone, but the guy that caused me to do that kept driving and didn’t stop to see if I was okay. My back hurts but I know it could have been worse.

i’ll get through this okay. i’ve been through worse. i’ve been way more alone, suicidal, detrimental to my own health in general… and i still got through it. i’ll definitely get through all of this too.

jadenixon98  asked:

Can we just think about the concept of Harry having the sniffles and saying that he's okay. Then a week later he's worse and he just wants cuddles 😍


Even when he’s sick and his nose is red and runny and his eyes are goopy and swollen, he still says “Nooo baby m'fine.”

But he wants you near him. And he wants to be your little spoon. He wants you to pepper kisses on his back and keep giving him soup, and kissing his head, and fluffing his pillows. And he keeps mumbling a soft “thank you” every time. He sorta feels guilty that you’re doing all this, but god he loves it.

Connect the Dots

Genre: movie reviewer!phil, actor!dan, wrong number AU

Warnings: none :) just some talking to strangers on the internet but you’re all familiar with that

Word Count: 6k

Summary: based on this prompt

Dan’s a famous actor who gets a text from an unknown number one day, and Phil’s a movie reviewer who just wants to find his Adventure Time sweater, and has trouble connecting the dots when the unknown number continues to reply to him.

(phil’s less like ‘shit’ and more like ‘….sHiT’at the end but otherwise :))))) THANK YOU)

A/N: this was a Fun Time and i should technically be doing culminating tasks and exam review but that can wait. super duper close to 1k by the way wtf how did that happen thank you

(bolded text = phil’s text messagese // non bolded = dan’s just mini psa)

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So much of the media discussion of Trump’s Muslim ban, both in US and international media, centers around issues of terrorism: offering statistics about the infinitesimal number of refugees who are involved in terrorist activity, and decrying the ban as something that’s likely to increase the numbers of people joining ISIS and other terrorist organizations. And all of that is true, and it’s important to call out Trump’s false claims. But here’s the thing. I think most of the media is missing the actual point of the Muslim ban.

It’s not about terrorism. It never has been. By allowing the narrative to be framed that way, even in our critiques of Trump, we’re conceding a vital point. We’re buying in to the narrative that this is about terrorism, and that we’re simply debating the proper response to it. It paints a picture in which protestors and liberal media outlets are unhappy with Trump’s response to the issue.

But that’s not it at all.

The truth is we’ve seen this before. A ban on people entering the country, based on religion and / or ethnicity, is the first step. Next will come the Muslim registry. There will be a quiet purging of all Muslim employees from government jobs. Persons listed in the Muslim registry will be monitored by police “for the protection of the public.” Discrimination in hiring practices in private companies will become first legal, then actively encouraged. Muslims will be first encouraged, then coerced, and finally forced to move into segregated areas, or perhaps into protected camps or detainment facilities. People will start disappearing.

That’s what this is about. The ban is about taking that first step. Talking about terrorism only serves to lend legitimacy to Trump’s claims that this is the primary issue. But it’s not. The issue here is a white supremacist administration that actively wants to purge undesirables.

someone: i gave up on ajin the cgi is so bad and ugly lol

me, crawling up to them with tears in my eyes: tHe sToRy, YoU’rE nEGlecTinG tHe sToRy

I kind of wanted Cas to snap at dean saying “you wanna talk about cosmic consequences?? How about: the DARKNESS. And the fact that YOU KILLED DEATH, DEAN, I don’t think you get to say anything about what I did.”


@koitoshi asked for Kenma and Kuroo wearing glasses and i was like siGN ME UP

im getting real salty about all these ppl complaining

Voltron head canons

Probably First thoughts when they found the blue lion in episode one

Keith: - what in tarnation, its never done this.
            - why him * is looking at lance*
            - wow what a big cat
            - I like cats..

             - why does mullet look so angry??
             - what a nice color
             - Is this voltron??
             - its eyes are following m e

            - WOWOWOW
            -  EXCITED S M O L CHILD

Hunk: - WHAA T
           - that thing is gonna e a t us
           - man i should have peed before
           - *notices keiths staring at lance* somethings gonna happen between them
           - okay but  its really big

Shiro: - this isnt even the worse thing i’ve seen the past year
            - atlease now i know im not crazy.
            - also notices keith and lance
            - yea h k ei th oh wait he looks angry.
-  well what a big metal space cat.