you took your lucky break and broke it in two
and in the end the love you take is equal to the love you make

coast-robbo:

lotthirtyseven:

im laughing the option is literally just ‘boob’

johnfontin:

thorinagainshallbeking:

hotlimit:

lulz-time:

missmisandry:

Two of my favorite Disney fan art series’, together at last.

Jirka Vinse’s  Real Life Disney Girls and David Kawena’s Disney Heroes

Hyper-realistic women and hyper-sexualized men 

image

as a woman I appreciate the hell out of this

You don’t know what you got until it’s gone, but you don’t know what you need until it appears.

yungbara:

bless gloria 

I don't want answers anymore, I want my life back!

I’m Miss “most likely to get on the TV for slippin on the street when getting the groceries”, now for real - are you kidding me? No wonder there’s panic in the industry, I mean, please - Do you want a piece of me?

First things first, I’m the realest.

Blackout: Blocking out negativity and embracing life fully.

The Times named Blackout as the fifth best pop album of the decade. The influential magazine Stylus also named it the 54th best album of the 2000s. Rolling Stone described the album as “one of the most influential albums in modern pop” and in June 2012, Blackout was added to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s musical library and archive, in recognition of the album’s musical and cultural influence.

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