I Cried Over A Breadstick Once.

Hi I'm Corinne. I'm 16 and really like fruity, chewy candy and small dogs.
I don't post a lot of fandom stuff anymore, but I'm in so many!! ((Read the about me!))
If you're not into the whole "equality" thing get out now thx.
Also, I'm not changing my url.
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emmablackeru:

why you should be my friend

  1. I will talk about sex with you and not care in the slightest even if you have the most bizarre kinks I do not give a shit
  2. I will reblog your selfies no questions asked
  3. I will ask you questions on anon to make you look more popular
  4. nothing happens to me so you can talk about yourself forever

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69,683 plays
Fall Out Boy,
Folie À Deux

swissarmyknifeofmusic:

i'm not ready for handshake with death, no
i'm just such a happy mess

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antoinecordet:

MILK TOOTH; acrylic on canvas; 18x15 in

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1900mm:

Montreal ,December 1971

Habitat Buildings, designed by Moshe Safdie, 1967

“Habitat is a model community constructed along the St. Lawrence River in Montreal, composed of 354 prefabricated modules which combineto form a three-dimensional space structure. The modules, or ‘boxes’ as they are known, are connected in varying combinations to create 158residences ranging from 600 ft2 to 1,700 ft2. Pedestrian streets serve as horizontal circulation throughout the entire complex. Habitat ‘67 was the realisation of Moshe Safdie’s thesis titled “A Case for City Living, A Study of Three Urban High Density Housing Systems for CommunityDevelopment” and was also the major theme exhibition of the 1967 Montreal World Exposition. “

—from the Moshe Safdie Archives at McGill University, Montreal.

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badwollf:

  1. What’s the most depressing movie you’ve ever watched?
  2. What’s the most disturbing movie you’ve ever watched?
  3. An actor/actress you’ve seen in more than 8 movies? Name the movies.
  4. A film you could watch on repeat for the rest of your life?
  5. What’s the very first film you…

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ammit420:

mamitachvla:

ammit420:

mamitachvla:

Stop…fetishizing….huge age…gaps
They’re super toxic and…creepy..and…PREDATOR LIKE !!!!

fuck you got against wideset teeth yo

What

i aint read this right my bad

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officialkylemaclachlan:

this is exactly the sort of content i’m interested in seeing

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this is powerful

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dapperalbinobudgie:

instagrarn:

goodnight moon. goodnight Milky Way. goodnight Ursa Major (UMa I dSph). goodnight 24IC 1613 (UGC 662.350[8].

goodnight nerd

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Asker heckierad Asks:
you said i couldnt annoy you by calling so you kinda invited this on yourself, im very persistent.
superdoctorstarkidpotterlock superdoctorstarkidpotterlock Said:

shut the hell up i am not playing

  • me: "no honestly I'm the most chill person you'll ever meet"
  • me: *throws shade 24/7*
  • me: *blatantly hates everyone and everything*
  • me: *is overdramatic*
  • me: *is a major asshole*
  • me: *complains about everything*

viviku:

gothfabio:

ricktimus:

Probably my favorite thing about Bob’s Burgers is that they don’t do that thing where the characters try to one-up each other with an endless barrage of jokes? No, the characters react like actual people instead. They actually laugh or chuckle when somebody says something actually funny and/or weird. They stop mid-sentence. They do double-takes. And it all feels so very natural, because that is exactly what common people do. And that is such a refreshing change of pace, when you consider the fact that the norm in these things is to have jokes relentlessly thrown at you at break-necking speed.

also the comedy doesn’t rely on the parents hating and berating eachother idk i love that

it shows how you don’t need to be offensive to be funny

general banter is the best way to write dialogue

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