thoselonelyeyes:

fullmoon-unicorn:

the starry sky on the himalayas

CLICK ON THE PIC BRO

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Introverts are observant by nature. They’re the quiet ones who prefer to sit at the sidelines and observe those around them. And no, they’re not judging people when they do this. This also doesn’t mean that introverts are wallflowers. They can talk your ear off if the topic is something they’re passionate or know a lot about. They simply don’t feel the need nor have the energy to be social butterflies.

As Susan Cain puts it, “We’re not anti-social; we’re just differently social.”

Glori Surban (via sirmorgan)

I mean. Sometimes we’re judging people.

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Differently social. Yes. I love interacting with people, but in groups of one or two, for limited amounts of time.

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ladyshinga:

theirwaywardangel:

haboku:

areyoutryingtospookme:

youhavebroughtthegiftoflove:

futuro-heroi:

Such an unexpected plot-twist.

oh my god wait what

best wedding photos ever

Omfg I wasn’t going to load the pictures but then I saw the comments so I did and it was SO WORTH IT

oh my god

guys, SEE ALL THE PICTURES IT’S WORTH IT

overnight-shipping:

camerapits:

noobtheloser:

quotes-n-hoes:

This is an ancient Roman amulet for luck. Yes those are flying penises.

Also of note, the Roman god of marriage, Mutunus Tutunus, whose name is derived from two Latin slang words for penis. His name is essentially Dick Wiener. If you have ever wondered just how much like us the Romans were, read the etymology section

Oh look.

It’s a flying fuck.

It used to be given, and now look, it’s no more.

LITERALLY. A FLYING FUCK.

mellowboom:

Shades of light Blues & Purples- beautiful & calming

An entire sea of water can’t sink a ship unless it gets inside the ship. Similarly, the negativity of the world can’t put you down unless you allow it to get inside you.
Goi Nasu (via nsnklv)

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fer1972:

Today’s Classic: ‘Une Semaine de Bonté’ by Max Ernst (1934)