nock-nock-nock:

Rukus x Nike SB Dunk Low QS “Crawfish”

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manhubofficial:

dancing in public:

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things that are going to be 10 years old in 2014

bringmeknitting:

taco-bell-rey:

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*whispers* no

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neoshadownight:

elsarendelle:

IVE BEEN LAUGHING AT THIS FOR ABOUT 10 YEARS

BEEN LAUGHING SINCE THE RENAISSANCE

neoshadownight:

elsarendelle:

IVE BEEN LAUGHING AT THIS FOR ABOUT 10 YEARS

BEEN LAUGHING SINCE THE RENAISSANCE

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notwifi:

"why do you only show half your face in snapchats?!"

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a Rihanna Meet And Greet Vs. a Avril Lavigne Meet And Greet

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ruinedchildhood:

Not gonna lie I thought this was fried chicken

ruinedchildhood:

Not gonna lie I thought this was fried chicken

becauseshesthunderstorms:

mintchocotea:

boyfriendhook:

In which Jaime required coffee in order to sit through the wedding vows. [x]

OMFG BEST MISTAKE EVER

AHHHHHHH

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Netflix PSA: Watch tonight

I am not a master of decision, and I waste a lot of (valuable) Netflix viewing time just looking for something to watch. I noticed Netflix kept recommending this film, What Maisie Knew, to me. The description is as follows:

“A perceptive 6-year-old girl becomes a bargaining tool when she gets caught in the midst of a toxic custody fight between her self-seeking parents.”

A child’s perspective of her parents divorce? No thanks. Initially I thought this movie looked sad and boring. Netflix persisted in its recommendation and I persisted in my stubborn belief that I don’t need to listen to some recommendation algorithm when I can sift through thousands of movies on my own. Eventually I grew weary and took the rec. 

The film shows the challenges of people who are peripherally attached and affected by a messy divorce. Inevitably, it is sad, but it’s not boring. Rather, it’s complex and kind of touching. If you’re looking for something to watch tonight, consider giving What Maisie Knew a try.