followersoframbaldi:

"Just so we’re clear… you approached me, you were the one that was stupid enough to let me into your room, and afterward? You were the one that wanted to cuddle.” ~ Rachel to Sark
Alias, ep. 5.08 — “Bob”

followersoframbaldi:

"Just so we’re clear… you approached me, you were the one that was stupid enough to let me into your room, and afterward? You were the one that wanted to cuddle.” ~ Rachel to Sark

Alias, ep. 5.08 — “Bob”

Best of Autocorrect

fallingonbakerstreet:

damonssalvatoree:

lordofthedawn:

rocknrollercoaster:

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I got to “Dad” and had to scroll down and reblog for a break because I laughed so hard I nearly threw up twice.

"Killing her seems a bit harsh"

T.G.I.FIBROMYALGIA

Oh that clears it up.

(via clues-for-looks)

countryole:

"You don’t know? Then I’m an even bigger fool. You think you’re in control? If these people can do this to me, what chance do you think you have?” - Khalid Ansari

Annie Walker is bottled chaos personified. There is no such thing as control, only a slow downward spiral of self destruction - of herself, her relationships, for what? How much more can she sacrifice before she breaks?

happylittlebastille:

troyes-lip-ring:

troyes-lip-ring:

Hey, do me a favor and walk up to the next person you see and tell them they’re ugly. Tell them straight out. Point out all their flaws. Make them feel like shit. Go on go do it.

It’s hard, huh? You can’t do it. So why is it so easy to do it to yourself?

Being mean to yourself is just as bad as being mean to someone else.

shit imma have to reblog this again because
damn

(via survival-of-tha-fittest)

I can’t anymore. ALL THE FEELS. I SHIP ANNIE AND SIMON SO HARD. HELLLPP

(Source: rainbowcloudsarecool)

Charloe Parallels + crying

(Source: sunlightcity, via revolution-poweron)

(Source: wallflowerings, via hcward)

we’re a team, right?

(Source: jonsonw, via clintbartons)

failchester:

dean winchester meme: [1/3] favorite quotes about dean

"I can see inside you, Dean. I can see how broken you are, how defeated. You can’t win, and you know it. But you just keep fighting. Just… keep going through the motions. You’re not hungry, Dean, because inside, you’re already…dead."

(via mrdouchecanoe)

melleniumfalcon:

under-base:

notacircusmonkey:

Agent Coulson swimming in his suit…

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#SWIM SUIT

MEL LOOK AT THIS.

(Source: dilfosaur, via entil-zha)

sixchr:

Who can stop the Seahawks?
Going into the 2014 NFL season opener, I had predicted the Patriots would defeat the Packers in the Super Bowl. After one game, I’m already doubting my pick. I anticipated an improvement from the Packers this year. Stupid me for just not acknowledging the Packers coaching staff. Mike McCarthy might be the most overrated coach in the league. I don’t know what crossed my mind thinking that the Packers would somehow improve this year. One game in and they look no different than the discombobulated disaster show they’ve been the last few years. Oh, they also played the Seattle Seahawks.
The Seahawks have the best defense the league has seen since the Patriots defense of the dynasty years. They have the best pass defense in the league featuring the best safety tandem in Earl Thomas and Kam Chancellor alongside one of the game’s top cornerbacks in Richard Sherman.  They have a dreaded pass rush featuring Michael Bennett and Cliff Avril off the edge, rotating pieces in and out to keep everyone fresh. Malcolm Smith, Bruce Irvin, Bobby Wagner, and K.J. Wright have proven to be one of the league’s best, and most overlooked, group of linebackers. You can’t pass on this defense and running into the teeth of this front seven is equivalent to smashing your face against a wall hoping to break through.
On offense, the Seahawks feature a power running game around Marshawn Lynch. Lynch is one of the most powerful backs in the game and it almost feels like he storms down the field at least once per game, hammering the nail into the coffin. The Seahawks have the ability to run right over teams, but they also have a seemingly overlooked passing attack that is on the verge of a breakout. Lead by one of the game’s bright young quarterbacks in Russell Wilson, the Seahawks offense is one of the fastest and most athletic offenses in the league. When the Seahawks traded for Percy Harvin last offseason, many people viewed it as a bust when they gave up a first round pick and signed him to a significant contract only for him to miss most of the year with an injury. Harvin came back for the Super Bowl and delivered a Super Bowl MVP caliber performance. Now healthy and featured in the passing game, the Seahawks are making phenomenal use of one of the game’s most versatile and explosive players.

I have to give the credit to Petesy. I never in a million years thought Pete Carroll could bring the Seahawks to an elite level and maintain it. I didn’t think the Seahawks could win outside of their seemingly invincible fortress at CenturyLink Field. This Seahawks team sold me on their legit status last postseason and last night they slammed it home, solidifying it. This team is seemingly perfect in just about every category, checking all the boxes on the check list… and is only getting better. I came into the year feeling highly (and probably over) confident in the Patriots’ chances at winning their elusive fourth Super Bowl. After last night? I have that same feeling of doubt I had in February when I watched this Seahawks team win the Super Bowl.
Who can stop this team? Who the hell knows. They’re seemingly invincible and they absolutely terrify me. The Seahawks already look like a team capable of defending their title defense with a second championship in a row… and they’re likely going to be the final obstacle that the Patriots will have to overcome. David vs. Goliath.
Chris Chenard
Twitter

sixchr:

Who can stop the Seahawks?

Going into the 2014 NFL season opener, I had predicted the Patriots would defeat the Packers in the Super Bowl. After one game, I’m already doubting my pick. I anticipated an improvement from the Packers this year. Stupid me for just not acknowledging the Packers coaching staff. Mike McCarthy might be the most overrated coach in the league. I don’t know what crossed my mind thinking that the Packers would somehow improve this year. One game in and they look no different than the discombobulated disaster show they’ve been the last few years. Oh, they also played the Seattle Seahawks.

The Seahawks have the best defense the league has seen since the Patriots defense of the dynasty years. They have the best pass defense in the league featuring the best safety tandem in Earl Thomas and Kam Chancellor alongside one of the game’s top cornerbacks in Richard Sherman.  They have a dreaded pass rush featuring Michael Bennett and Cliff Avril off the edge, rotating pieces in and out to keep everyone fresh. Malcolm Smith, Bruce Irvin, Bobby Wagner, and K.J. Wright have proven to be one of the league’s best, and most overlooked, group of linebackers. You can’t pass on this defense and running into the teeth of this front seven is equivalent to smashing your face against a wall hoping to break through.

On offense, the Seahawks feature a power running game around Marshawn Lynch. Lynch is one of the most powerful backs in the game and it almost feels like he storms down the field at least once per game, hammering the nail into the coffin. The Seahawks have the ability to run right over teams, but they also have a seemingly overlooked passing attack that is on the verge of a breakout. Lead by one of the game’s bright young quarterbacks in Russell Wilson, the Seahawks offense is one of the fastest and most athletic offenses in the league. When the Seahawks traded for Percy Harvin last offseason, many people viewed it as a bust when they gave up a first round pick and signed him to a significant contract only for him to miss most of the year with an injury. Harvin came back for the Super Bowl and delivered a Super Bowl MVP caliber performance. Now healthy and featured in the passing game, the Seahawks are making phenomenal use of one of the game’s most versatile and explosive players.

I have to give the credit to Petesy. I never in a million years thought Pete Carroll could bring the Seahawks to an elite level and maintain it. I didn’t think the Seahawks could win outside of their seemingly invincible fortress at CenturyLink Field. This Seahawks team sold me on their legit status last postseason and last night they slammed it home, solidifying it. This team is seemingly perfect in just about every category, checking all the boxes on the check list… and is only getting better. I came into the year feeling highly (and probably over) confident in the Patriots’ chances at winning their elusive fourth Super Bowl. After last night? I have that same feeling of doubt I had in February when I watched this Seahawks team win the Super Bowl.

Who can stop this team? Who the hell knows. They’re seemingly invincible and they absolutely terrify me. The Seahawks already look like a team capable of defending their title defense with a second championship in a row… and they’re likely going to be the final obstacle that the Patriots will have to overcome. David vs. Goliath.

Chris Chenard

Twitter

withmelancholy:

mainlyboredom:

hugging when two people have boobs is basically playing boob tetris.

titris

(via best-text-posts)