The musings of a clever dreamer with a knack for words
  • obesitycore:

    the really shitty thing about being told that youre smart your whole entire life is that as soon as you dont understand something you just kind of completely shut down and his this big shitty crisis because maybe youre not as smart as youve always been told 

    (via kwirkee)

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    #SOMEONE FINALLY SAID IT
  • lotolle:

    castiel-the-consulting-angel:

    It took me a moment.

    But then I couldn’t stop laughing.

    THE PRECIOUS! MY PRECIOUS! SO MANY!

    Day made, right here.

    (Source: mybuckystar, via officialmidnight)

  • Let’s write “I Love You” in different languages

    officialmidnight:

    glassbottledemon:

    0-memento-mori-0:

    uchihafuck:

    yamatoesies:

    hashibae:

    eternaldarks:

    zombiekakashi:

    whorekagays:

    hasshirama:

    hinata-boobs:

    Je t’aime (French)

    Eu te amo! (portuguese)

    anh yeu em/ em yeu anh (vietnamese)

    SASUKEEEEEEHHHH (Naruto)

    NARUTTOOOOOOOO (Sasuke)

    Ani ohev otah (for s girl) Otha (for a boy)

    kocham cię (polish)

    i love you (english)

    Te amo (spanish)

    Ich liebe dich (German)

    Yes kez sirumem (Armenian)

    I appreciate you more than the trumpets love themselves (band)

    Screw postings, the only judge I care about is you. (Speechie)

    (Source: rebeccastarlight)

  • alittlegutsand-lotsofglitter:

    I’m really emotional about this:

    The protestors in Hong Kong’s “Umbrella Revolution” have begun to use “Do You Hear the People Sing?” as their anthem, and it’s just really striking that the message and music from Les Mis are so transcendental even 200 years after the events.

    It’s almost like there’s solidarity across the time gap. Powerful.

    (via tower-of-terror)

  • itsstuckyinmyhead:

    School and Tumblr 

    (via darkness0101)

  • I did not know this was possible until I saw this.

  • ohstarstuff:

    NEIL DEGRASSE TYSON

    Through science, we learn how incredible our story truly is. It’s a story that’s literally been written in the stars. It’s a story that is still unfolding. And it’s a story that every single one of us is a part of.

    (via neil-degrasse-tyson)

  • anessawolf:

    The hardest part about CTY isn’t while you’re there for the three weeks. It’s the days, weeks, months, even years after it ends, when you finally go back home. You sit down and think “it’s not fair that I have friends 3,000 miles away,” and nobody is going to understand the way you feel unless they’ve been through it themselves.

    (via themerlinsolution)