alphadeltahippie

looking-for-trxyeble:

iwillsetfiretouranus:

foreverdreamingofreality:

nosocialinteractionstoday:

sextspert:

sobrietykilledtheteenager:

thebigbadafro:

It’s a mix of hell and outer space.

how are u going to tell me mermaids dont exist then 

if they’re as ugly as the rest of those things i don’t wanna know if they exist

And this is why I have a phobia of the sea

only-dreams-keep-me-sane

Holy ass

am i the only one not scared of this? i find it fascinating

hannifrones

bramblepatch:

keberyna:

animedumbass:

yourkissyourcallsyourcrutch:

tyranitarus:

celeritaschronicles:

stupidlittletuftybeard:

c-lov3r:

taintedsound:

taureanproject:ask-changeling-lyra:

A quick audio lesson on Southern Linguistics.

Press play. Trust me on this one.

I love linguistics 

Bless.

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THIS PERSON IS A GOT-DAMN GENIUS

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Holy shiet.

It’s like she transforms from a pious aristocrat to a sassy black woman.

SUDDENLY IT MAKES SENSE

AAAAHHH THIS.

This is so cool! From time to time you hear “yes but southern accents are real English,” which is kind of ridiculous because no matter where you are there’s going to be some drift even generation to generation. But this is the first thing I’ve heard that actually breaks down where the influences are and how they’ve adapted.

"I want to be someone’s moon and stars. I want to be the girl that could stop a man in his tracks. I want to be respected. I want a man that is going to see me at my worst and still think I’m breathtaking. I want someone who is willing to work on my problems with me, and willing to work on their problems as well. I need someone who wants to see the world with me and go on adventures. I’ve got the rest of my life to sit at home. I want to show the world the man of my dreams, and In turn show the man of my dreams the world. I want the guy who would drive to the end of the night and still be happy to see me. I want a guy who makes me feel like I’m worthy of his time. Someone who values me, not just my body. Someone who appreciates me, not just my butt. I want the guy who would accept me for me, and make me better from knowing him. I don’t care how attractive, how many friends he has, how fancy his car is, how much money he makes. I want a man with goals and a plan for the future that I could fit into. I want to mean something to someone.

I want to make someone proud to have me.
That’s what I want.”