everytime i go shopping with my bf

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#petitionforellentobeinfrozen2

ill sign it!!!!!!!!!!

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naiara:

Sherlock season 3 behind the scenes - part 1/3

New tab for hig-def

- so cute soo cute

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soldiergaga:

lovelyardie:

lets-kill-all-the-children:

im pretty sure everyone reblogged for the last one

black/dark gray cats = the best cats.

I can agree that black cats have just the weirdest personalities . I have a black cat now and growing up I had another, they both are just ahahah interesting

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gq:

Inside the Iron Closet: What It’s Like to Be Gay in Putin’s Russia

What the two men in this photograph are doing is now illegal in Russia. Amidst an alarming—and frequently violent— government crackdown, being out, or simply supporting gays and lesbians, can now get you thrown in jail, beaten up, or worse. On the eve of the Sochi Olympics, Jeff Sharlet embeds with the new enemies of the state and reports on life in the Russian underground.

this is so unfair!!let them be who they are!!!!!!!!!!!!

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just physcology thoughts

went to see a play recently and the main male lead became obessive and manipulating. but he wasnt obessed with the girl herself just the idea of her allowing him to swtich his feelings onto another vitcim or date easily 

rini-sama:

Oh my gawd, these pictures~! Halleluyah~ *crai*

love love love

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malformalady:

Trees grows though an abandoned car in a Swedish scrapyard of forgotten vehicles. Two Swedish brothers founded the scrap yard in the 1950s to break down vehicles which had been abandoned by American soldiers leaving Europe after the Second World War. The car graveyard is located just in the county of Bastnas, a mining town in southern Sweden
Photo credit: Svein Nordrum

this is a creative way to remember them 

malformalady:

Trees grows though an abandoned car in a Swedish scrapyard of forgotten vehicles. Two Swedish brothers founded the scrap yard in the 1950s to break down vehicles which had been abandoned by American soldiers leaving Europe after the Second World War. The car graveyard is located just in the county of Bastnas, a mining town in southern Sweden

Photo credit: Svein Nordrum

this is a creative way to remember them 

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