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neilcicierega:

1. Open Calculator

2. Type in your birthday as MM * DD * YYYY

3. Copy the resulting number into Google Image Search

4. Click on Search Tools, Type, and choose Animated

5. From the top row of results, save whichever gif you want to loop on a small LCD screen embedded in your future tombstone

6. Reblog and add the image

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fartgallery:

they say milk helps babies grow but ive poured 3 cartons of it over this baby and so far all it has done is cry

weheartjennaannekroff:

Notice Me — Jenna Anne

"Darling please, notice me…"

Song of the day. Enjoy! 

—Tess. 

mayflyofspace asked
Hi! I wanted to ask you an ettiquete question, since I've been following you for a while and you seem fairly happy to take questions. What is the best way to be respectful when talking to someone who is using a wheelchair? I know someone through activism but I'm not sure how to talk to him - is it rude to remain standing and face downwards to talk to him, or is it more patronising to get down to his eye-level? (it also doesn't help that he's really cute and I get a bit flustered talking to him)

theperksofbeingdisabled:

WHEELCHAIR ETIQUETTE: Getting down to the person’s eye level may be considered rude (add to that a change in the voice tone and talking slower than the usual and you’ve got a super offensive bomb) because it gives the impression of you treating a child or someone who’s slow understanding. When talking to somebody in a wheelchair make eye contact and do it as you would talk to any other person. If it’s necessary, maybe approach a little but not too much. Remember that the chair is part of it’s personal space (and the same goes for pushing the wheelchair without permission!). Also, talk to the person directly, not to their companion. Thank you so much for asking ;) feel free to do it any time.

Respecting wheelchair users who can walk

realsocialskills:

People use wheelchairs for a lot of different reasons.

Some people use wheelchairs because they are paralyzed and completely unable to walk. That is not the only reason people use wheelchairs, and many wheelchair users have some ability to walk.

Here are some reasons some…

theperksofbeingdisabled:

darling-letemstare:

bingedrunk:

when straight people talk to gays

but this is literally what it’s like when able bodied people talk to the disabled

Acid.

(Source: versaceslut)

simplyskai:

googlearths:

missdoodle:

blackandgreyrainbow:

Real Christians aren’t assholes

In High School I had a friend who was super religious, her whole family was. Despite this, she was pro-marriage equality, pro-choice, and never once tried to convert me or make me feel bad about my own religious decisions (I was and still am an agnostic). She was always kind, and treated everyone with respect, regardless of race, religion, or orientation. For her the heart and soul of being a Christian was to love others and treat others with dignity. She was a real Christian. 



REMINDER: DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE USE JESUS AS AN EXCUSE TO BE AN ASSHOLE EVER. NEVER.

simplyskai:

googlearths:

missdoodle:

blackandgreyrainbow:

Real Christians aren’t assholes

In High School I had a friend who was super religious, her whole family was. Despite this, she was pro-marriage equality, pro-choice, and never once tried to convert me or make me feel bad about my own religious decisions (I was and still am an agnostic). She was always kind, and treated everyone with respect, regardless of race, religion, or orientation. For her the heart and soul of being a Christian was to love others and treat others with dignity. She was a real Christian. 

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REMINDER: DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE USE JESUS AS AN EXCUSE TO BE AN ASSHOLE EVER. NEVER.

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jennaanne01:

jennaanne01:

Halloween - Original Song

You promised winter didn’t think you would let me fall, 
but I’d take a season over nothing at all.

It’s that time of year again!