October 4, 2013
spookytotodile:

lebronlames:

spookytotodile:

racistmom:

hey what the heck is this from

a chill barbecue held by a rad family

im 100% sure this is a goosebumps book cover

no its a picture of a chill barbecue held by a rad family

spookytotodile:

lebronlames:

spookytotodile:

racistmom:

hey what the heck is this from

a chill barbecue held by a rad family

im 100% sure this is a goosebumps book cover

no its a picture of a chill barbecue held by a rad family

(Source: plasmalogical, via joestanton)

August 26, 2013
Accepting Loss and Learning to Trust Again in The Wake of Beyonce’s New Short Haircut.

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God lets bad things (like short haircuts) happen to us all the time. Our bargain with Him was that Beyonce would always have perfect hair. So surely news that Beyonce cut her hair to a short has shaken you. I mean, what’s next? Will Beyonce age too?

Most importantly, don’t allow your grief to spiral out of control. Deal with the loss now so that you may move on and start living again. Maybe you’re asking yourself “Did this really happen?”. Denial is not uncommon in a loss this profound. Step one, face facts: It’s not photoshop. It was real. She (Beyonce’s hair) is gone. And you know what? Life isn’t fair. It is at times like this, that you are going to want to stay away from such hair flipping music videos as Crazy in Love. You’ll be able to watch this video again some day, but everything in time.

Give yourself a few days, depression takes it’s toll both mentally and physically and you will need a few days to rest and recharge. Meditate. Clear your mind of the injustice done to the one perfect thing on this earth. This is a personal process and it will vary with the individual how long you will need to be away from your job and family.

Keep an eye on friends during this uncertain time. Text your closest girlfriends. Check in, make sure they are eating and leaving the house. Unfortunately, some of them will be lost forever to depression, suicide, or worse, they may have cut their own hair. If so, repeat the grieving process you used for Bey’s hair for them.

Not all of us will make it through this. But for those left who can say “I’m a Survivor”, you’ll want to celebrate Beyonce’s hair. Remember it for what it was, not how it ended. You may find that with time it becomes harder to remember what her hair looked like. Go ahead and watch the video for Countdown. Look at that sleek beautiful ponytail. As long as you remember it, it lives.

Surely, time and or extensions will bring Queen B’s hair back, but your scars are permanent. Can you trust again? Unfortunately, No. You can’t trust again. It’s over. 

-Dr. Chelsea Clarke

July 20, 2013

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May 16, 2013

makeyourselfcomfy:

In this week’s episode, Christian Capozzoli (Bucky), Chelsea Clarke (The Curfew), & Don Fanelli (The Stepfathers) join Abra to create a world where getting on a boss’ dick isn’t sexual, Yo-Yo Ma performs at Yankees games, & Notre Dame Judi Dench is incorrect.

I want someone to please tally how many times Don says “what the fuck” in this episode. It makes me laugh so much. I love Don. I love Christian. I love Chelsea.

I love Abra!!

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April 23, 2013

joestanton:

sasheer:

tyleroakley:

cupkacie:

Jimmy Kimmel tricked people at Coachella into professing their love for bands that don’t exist, and it is absolutely hysterical. 

SO EMBARRASSING.

oh my god

those girls with the flowers

I would rather sleep in a toilet than go to coachella

I would rather kill my own daughter than go to coachella

Me and my horrible (wonderful) girlfriends did this to our friend Matt in highschool. The Band we tricked him into saying he also liked was called “Flower Death”. 

HOWEVER: I do not think this segment is real. Why do we never see the interviewer??? 9/11 was an inside job.

April 18, 2013
bombardos

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April 18, 2013
nawleans

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erica warnock, new orleans

erica warnock, new orleans

April 18, 2013
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new orleans

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March 8, 2013
Talking Breakfast?!: nicolemarietherese: arielkarlin: I started going to Asssscat in 2008....

nicolemarietherese:

arielkarlin:

I started going to Asssscat in 2008. One night there was a group of friends in line behind me. Someone said, “Hey, where’s Rebecca?” Another said, “She’s not coming, but she has a really good excuse: Her friend died! She was at a party and she fell off…

I saw the fred savage one! It was the night my wife fell and died.. That was a great one. Amy played a stage mom that wanted to, i think,  kill her own child to take the spotlight and there was a kiddy pool full of soup in a grocery store.

August 8, 2012