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Veronika. 20. Canada.




I blog a lot, and I blog about Supernatural, Doctor Who, Game of Thrones, Sherlock, Dexter, LOTR/Hobbit, Avengers, Harry Potter, and whatever else floats my boat. I also make gifs sometimes.

Destiel is my ship of choice.

londongrimshaw:

[falls in the shower] parkour

tawnks:

the one thing that has stuck with me every day since my English teacher told me it in middle school is:

"When referring to someone, always say who they are before anything else about them, because being a person always comes first"

Instead of saying “the mentally ill man,” say “the man with a mental illness”

Putting someone’s characteristics (especially negative ones) before them is dehumanizing and rude. Don’t do it.

verticalfood:

Shack Stack (by foodishfetish)

As long as you look for someone else to validate who you are by seeking their approval, you are setting yourself up for disaster. You have to be whole and complete in yourself. No one can give you that. You have to know who you are - what others say is irrelevant. —Nic Sheff (via onlinecounsellingcollege)

brightlights-darklives:

My dad was complaining about buying me books yesterday and I said “well at least it’s books” and then the cashier goes “yeah it could be drugs”

After 10 seconds: (100+) Tumblr
After 10 days: (1) Facebook

best-of-memes:

terrible mistake

Both men and women interrupt women more often than they interrupt men, according to a paper published earlier this year in the Journal of Language and Social Psychology. In that study, two researchers at George Washington University reported on an experiment where they put 20 women and 20 men in pairs, then recorded and transcribed their conversations. The result: Over the course of each three-minute conversation, women interrupted men just once, on average, but interrupted other women 2.8 times. Men interrupted their male conversation partner twice, on average, and interrupted the woman 2.6 times. —Seven Studies That Prove Mansplaining Exists | Bitch Media (via brutereason)
Because lying to your kids about sex helps nobody. Telling them that sex is “only between mommies and daddies” is a lie that leads to confused, hormone charged teenagers. Telling them that sex is “only something that happens when two people love each other very much” is a lie that causes hormone charged teenagers to confuse “love” with “lust,” or “obsession.” It leads to leaps of logic like, “If I have sex with them, we must be in love.” Or worse: “if I love them, I have to have sex with them.” And how many teenage tragedies are based on that misconception? —Lea Grover, "We Don’t Play With Our Vulvas At The Table" (via themindislimitless)

verticulars:

I think my parents consider me to be a god. Because they always ask me ridiculous questions that I don’t have the answer to.

siriusdarkgrey:

lily evans running into class late and out of breath and saying “sorry im late i was… doing stuff.” james potter swaggering in after her and saying “im
stuff.”

covocal:

the fact that people think in different accents really gets to me 

2k13blogger:

does anyone have like ten thousand dollars they don’t want

verticalfood:

Spaghetti and Meatballs

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