I remember when I was about 16 or a little younger, I was in the car with my parents and we were driving through Bend Oregon. At the time, I was struggling with depression, suicidal thoughts, and tendencies. My dad was listening to NPR and they were interviewing Robin Williams, he talked about going to tharapy, and how he struggled with depression, and played mind games with his therapist. I remember realizing that his humor was a way he coped with his depression. I also felt less alone.

I’m so sorry that you decided that it was time.
You did what you could, and held on long enough to change our world for the better.
Thank you.


I’m still in disbelief…

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have u ever been in a mood to destroy your relationship with everyone you know

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but Peter Pan isn’t supposed to die

this is the saddest thing I have ever read

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i fuckin hate the type of person who enters a room when a show is on and starts talking. what the fuck is wrong with you. who the fuck raised you. are you an animal. get out of my house

Amen. Drag em back to hell

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Shitty people bro.


In the Red vs Blue fandom we don’t say “I love you” We say “I forget you” and I think that’s fucking bullshit I hate this show

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I am a lucky lucky girl. And oh so very drunk.

LESSONS I LEARNED FROM VIDEO GAMES (feel free to add your own!)

  • Mass Effect: There will always be people telling you the fight is impossible. Fight anyway.
  • Assassin's Creed: Heroes can come from anywhere.
  • Fez: Sometimes solving a puzzle only takes looking at it from a different angle.
  • inFAMOUS: Give people second chances. They might surprise you.
  • Journey: The road may be long, but you don't have to walk it alone.
  • Civilization: Not all victories are the same.
  • Borderlands: Sometimes, you just need to laugh at yourself.
  • Minecraft: There is no limit to your imagination.
  • Skyrim: Practice makes perfect.
  • Pokemon: Friendship can overcome amazing odds.
  • Katamari Damacy: Even the smallest person can do something great.
  • Bioshock: Appearances can be deceiving. Even something that appears perfect can have deep flaws.
  • Dragon Age: Some things can't be changed. What matters is how you adapt to them.
  • Fallout: Even after the worst disasters, things can be rebuilt.
  • The Sims: No one man should have all that power.
  • The Last Of Us: Sometimes redemption comes from the most unexpected places.
  • Tetris: Do the best you can with what you have.
  • Portal: If you can't find a way, make your own.
  • flOw: Adaptation is the key to survival.
  • Final Fantasy: Accepting others for who they are. You don't know their past.

Watching Hunger Games

  • Book Katniss: This was my dad's jacket
  • Movie Katniss: My dad was a woman's size 4

This is my little sister Marissa. She was a beautiful person, with a huge heart and a wonderful soul. The impact she made on this world in the short 16 years she was here - and the impact she continues to make even now - amazes me, and I am so proud of her for that. For all the reasons listed here and many more, she is my #WCW. I love you Rissa Lynn, and miss you more everyday. 


This is my little sister Marissa. She was a beautiful person, with a huge heart and a wonderful soul. The impact she made on this world in the short 16 years she was here - and the impact she continues to make even now - amazes me, and I am so proud of her for that. For all the reasons listed here and many more, she is my #WCW. I love you Rissa Lynn, and miss you more everyday.







This drives me mad. I used to work in a bookstore, and was talking to my coworker and he just yelled out “stop flirting with me!” at this ridiculous volume and it was humiliating because 
1. I wasn’t
2. I got in trouble for acting unprofessional 
3. He embarrassed me in front of a line of people
4. And he only stopped insisting that I was flirting when my boyfriend (who is now my husband) said, “dude, trust me, she’s not flirting with you” to him

That asshole respected my BOYFRIEND saying I wasn’t flirting more than he respected me saying it and I was the one who was talking! The whole scene got me in trouble at work. And the most ridiculous part is we were talking about a fucking book. In a bookstore.

One time, my ex boyfriend had a crush on some girl, and said that he thought he might have “a chance” with her.

When I asked him what made him think that, he said “Well, she talks to me.”

And this is why it is so difficult to be a girl and be friends with men who are attracted to women.

Can we also add that this is why a lot of women do the resting bitch face when out in public. Cause dudes swear a glance or a smile is flirting.

So yesterday something that perfectly illustrates this happened. I work at a fast food place and this guy comes in at 7am on a Sunday, still probably drunk from the night before, and when I smiled and said goodmorning he said “Did you just say that because you’re being paid to say that?” 

I repressed my urge to sarcastically answer, and said “Nope, I just enjoy saying hi to everyone!” To which he responded, “Oh, so you weren’t flirting with me then.”

Dude, I’m not flirting with your gross 7am-on-a-Sunday-ass, trust me.

My defense mechanism when I’m uncomfortable at work is to smile, so I did that and said “Is there anything I can get you this morning?” to which he responded,

"There, you just smiled! What does that mean?"

At this point I was fed up, so I said, 

"I smile at everyone sir, its just what I do. What can I get you, coffee, a bagel?"

And he said “I’m gonna be watching to see if you smile at everyone. I don’t like it when girls lie to me” and then ordered a coffee and a muffin like he hadn’t just said something at 11 on the “Is this guy a serial rapist” scale (where 0 is ‘no’ and 10 is ‘Yes, run away as fast as you can right now.”).

Then he sat there for another hour and a half, staring at me from his table. When he got up and left he came back to the counter, and said “You do smile at everyone. That’s fucked up.” and walked out.

I can’t even be innocuously polite and pleasant to people at my job (where customer service is the number one thing we are supposed to be focusing on) for fear of this shit happening. What happens if he had decided to wait until my shift was over? 

New Rule: If she’s at work, SHE’S NOT FLIRTING WITH YOU.

this is why i am a bitch to everyone and act as unladylike as possible

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"As an atheist, I see nothing “wrong” in believing in a God. I don’t think there is a God, but belief in him does no harm. If it helps you in any way, then that’s fine with me. It’s when belief starts infringing on other people’s rights when it worries me. I would never deny your right to believe in a God. I would just rather you didn’t kill people who believe in a different God, say. Or stone someone to death because your rulebook says their sexuality is immoral. It’s strange that anyone who believes that an all-powerful all-knowing, omniscient power responsible for everything that happens, would also want to judge and punish people for what they are."

— Ricky Gervais: “Why I’m an Atheist” (via romantic-pervertt)

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sometimes i want to look hardcore and sometimes i want to look like a precious forest child and sometimes i want to look like a celestial being made of starlight and constellations 

David Bowie doesn’t have this problem


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Idea: “heterobaiting” where at first you think it’s a show about heteros but then suddenly everyone was secretly gay the whole time 










Welcome to Torchwood, leave your heterosexuality at the door and come in

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