Inspiring Sex and Suicide

Did You Invent Canada?

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leadfeathers:

geekerypokery:

jeremymcbitchin:

Imagine having braces during the apocalypse. no one can take your braces off. And you just have to accept that you’ll have braces forever.

i want a novel focused around a character with braces during the apocalypse and the entire plot of the story revolves around their search for an orthodontist who is still alive and they sort of accidentally save the world in the process

Titled: Brace for It.

(via truth-be-told--i-never-was-yours)

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roisinlikesbooks:

ninthdoctorsbutt:

YESTERDAY EVENING I WAS WONDERING WHY REMUS LOVED CHOCOLATE SO MUCH WHEN I REALISED

CHOCOLATE IS POISONOUS FOR DOGS

WHAT IF YOUNG REMUS STARTED LOVING CHOCOLATE BECAUSE HE THOUGHT IT KILLED THE WOLF PART OF HIM

just once I want a Lupin headcanon that doesn’t make me want to set myself on fire

(via peter-pan-was-right)

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raptorific:

deonte-s:

i hate that i want you

DON’T BUY THESE. 
I made that mistake. I was once like you. I thought “these are probably like mozzarella sticks, except with melty american cheese instead of mozzarella and dorito dust instead of regular bread crumbs.”
I was wrong. So wrong. The cheese wasn’t melty, as shown. It wasn’t even cheese. It had the texture of play-doh and the flavor of despair. It tasted like someone had described cheese to someone who had never heard of it, and they gave it their best shot and just went “yikes, I’m really sorry, guy.”
While the cheese pictured in the image above is gooey and melty and looks delicious, the cheese in the actual product i like they took just the congealed film off the top of nacho cheese and, sun-baked it until it was completely dried out, and then jammed it into this triangular abomination. 
Which brings me to the dorito dust crusting. You would think that something so like a dorito would deliver the satisfaction of a dorito. You would be wrong. It tastes like someone used regular bread crumbs but sprayed the hell out of them with dorito-scented axe body spray, then dipped it in orange food coloring for the full effect. 
I bought this thinking “what’s the worst that can happen?” The worst that can happen, as it turns out, is that the people at 7-11 exchanged my money for four of these triangular monstrosities. Up until the second I bit down, I thought there was a chance for this to be good.
If you want to eat something roughly cheese-flavor with the consistency of a stale marshmallow rolled in the crumbs at the bottom of a bag of doritos you found in your backpack but can’t quite remember when you bought it, by all means, “load up” on the Doritos Loaded sorrow triangles. 
However, if you love yourself and think life is for the living, avoid these at all costs. They are anti-life, and left unchecked, will consume all that is good and happy in this and all possible universes. 

raptorific:

deonte-s:

i hate that i want you

DON’T BUY THESE. 

I made that mistake. I was once like you. I thought “these are probably like mozzarella sticks, except with melty american cheese instead of mozzarella and dorito dust instead of regular bread crumbs.”

I was wrong. So wrong. The cheese wasn’t melty, as shown. It wasn’t even cheese. It had the texture of play-doh and the flavor of despair. It tasted like someone had described cheese to someone who had never heard of it, and they gave it their best shot and just went “yikes, I’m really sorry, guy.”

While the cheese pictured in the image above is gooey and melty and looks delicious, the cheese in the actual product i like they took just the congealed film off the top of nacho cheese and, sun-baked it until it was completely dried out, and then jammed it into this triangular abomination. 

Which brings me to the dorito dust crusting. You would think that something so like a dorito would deliver the satisfaction of a dorito. You would be wrong. It tastes like someone used regular bread crumbs but sprayed the hell out of them with dorito-scented axe body spray, then dipped it in orange food coloring for the full effect. 

I bought this thinking “what’s the worst that can happen?” The worst that can happen, as it turns out, is that the people at 7-11 exchanged my money for four of these triangular monstrosities. Up until the second I bit down, I thought there was a chance for this to be good.

If you want to eat something roughly cheese-flavor with the consistency of a stale marshmallow rolled in the crumbs at the bottom of a bag of doritos you found in your backpack but can’t quite remember when you bought it, by all means, “load up” on the Doritos Loaded sorrow triangles. 

However, if you love yourself and think life is for the living, avoid these at all costs. They are anti-life, and left unchecked, will consume all that is good and happy in this and all possible universes. 

(Source: feelknower1993, via jamesdeenambrose)

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awkwardnarturtle:

i-mahu:

There’s two types of anger one is dry and the other wet and basically wet anger is when your eyes water and your voice shakes and I hate that cause I feel weak when I’m crying while angry I like dry anger when your face is like stone and your voice is sharp I guess wet anger shows that you care too much and dry anger means you’re done.

This is the best description ever

(via peter-pan-was-right)