"don't let your happiness depend on something you may lose." - c.s. lewis

"When my mind was black and I could not stop crying you were the sun and the stars and the moon to me."

townsvillain:

pesterlogs:

calm the F down

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Reblog if one of your favorite characters has ever died.

trashclown420:

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Rest in peace, Mongo from Shrek 2. Your life was fleeting but you will never be forgotten.

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cordeliafoxxofficial:

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You can’t escape followers, i’ve already glued the door shut

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Nice try followers, but I replaced all the glass with rubber.

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Too late followers, I’ve already cloooggged all the toooiiiiillleeeetttts

(Source: corpish, via distraction)

theambitiouswoman:

Never attach yourself to an object. If you can’t live without something, you have established a dependency on something other than yourself. If you have the ability to get something once, you  can have it again. The power is really within you. The more things you need to be happy- the less satisfied you will ever be. Its not about having more, its about needing less.

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gixsy:

juhpitar:

☆ b a m b i e ☆

Indie/Bambi ☆彡

godpenis:

getoffmybloghoe:

getoffmybloghoe:

louijia board

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sirenck:

it’s just. ferguson isn’t over. this shit won’t ever be over. but people have stopped reblogging, stopped posting, stopped raising awareness for this major event. people are still angry. i’m still angry. stay angry.

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The New World Shopping Mall has been abandoned since 1999. It shut its doors after being condemned by local regulators. A few years later a massive fire destroyed the structure’s roof. Not long after that monsoon rains flooded the lower floors.
As a way to combat the spread of mosquitoes and other insects breeding in the stagnant water, locals introduced koi and catfish to the former mall. Not only did the fish take care of the pest problem, they’ve thrived. It is now one of the world’s largest urban ponds.