oldmanstephanie:

givemeinternet:

I love this post.

is that a fucking pun

oldmanstephanie:

givemeinternet:

I love this post.

is that a fucking pun

(via awhoreforallseasons)

writedreamlie:

livelong-mywaywardson:

pizzaccio:

dontworryitsharmony:

sweetmickeymerch:

Coming up with schemes with your best friend

Was this movie even real

HOW DOES AN 80 YEAR OLD WOMAN HAVE THE SAME CARDIO AS FIT ATHLETIC MUSCLE MAN THIS SHOW MAN

a dude turned into a llama and you’re questioning why an old lady is as fit as a muscly guy 

writedreamlie:

livelong-mywaywardson:

pizzaccio:

dontworryitsharmony:

sweetmickeymerch:

Coming up with schemes with your best friend

Was this movie even real

HOW DOES AN 80 YEAR OLD WOMAN HAVE THE SAME CARDIO AS FIT ATHLETIC MUSCLE MAN THIS SHOW MAN

a dude turned into a llama and you’re questioning why an old lady is as fit as a muscly guy 

(via awhoreforallseasons)

“Never be afraid to apologize to your child. If you lose your temper and say something in anger that wasn’t meant to be said, apologize. Children need to know that adults can admit when they are wrong.”

American Humane Society (via maninsun)

This is so, so important.

(via foundbysara)

Most parents never admit being wrong about anything 

(via chemenna)

(via awhoreforallseasons)

tastefullyoffensive:

The most adorable plumber in the world.

tastefullyoffensive:

The most adorable plumber in the world.

(Source: cchilidogg, via awhoreforallseasons)

parks and recreation + text posts

(Source: jonssnow, via jackfalsworth)

humansofnewyork:

"My father was very simple, but everyone respected him. The former president of India came to his funeral, even though we weren’t a wealthy or powerful family. Everyone saw my father as a peacemaker. Whenever there was a fight, he’d put himself in the middle and beg for it to stop. Once there were two groups of men fighting, and my father ran over to break up the fight. Someone threw a stone and it accidentally hit my father in the head. He was so respected, that as soon as the stone hit him, everyone went calm."
(New Delhi, India)

humansofnewyork:

"My father was very simple, but everyone respected him. The former president of India came to his funeral, even though we weren’t a wealthy or powerful family. Everyone saw my father as a peacemaker. Whenever there was a fight, he’d put himself in the middle and beg for it to stop. Once there were two groups of men fighting, and my father ran over to break up the fight. Someone threw a stone and it accidentally hit my father in the head. He was so respected, that as soon as the stone hit him, everyone went calm."

(New Delhi, India)

nickfuckface:

parents: “u should be more active”
me: image

(Source: nickfuckface, via roidyraw)