is playing the exit/in in april. i wanna go.
i don’t like it when people try to use minus as a verb. you can’t minus something. but you can subtract it. get it right people!
dear mold making,
you just got owned. i finished my project. i got to sleep. i had more casts than most people. with a second mold. in less that 16 hours. and even though you screwed up my garbage disposal, its fixed now. suck it. you can’t ruin my life. love, anna
getting handwriting compliments! yay!
i want to take part in this →
(via footprint) i definitely just e-mailed them. i can’t wait to get my people!
i love law and order
detective: what about calling a baby a filthy slut and scrubbing her raw?
psychiatrist: that's not good
sunlightandamocha: superfluities: Steal My...
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The sprinklers promptly activated and the NYFD came by to make sure it was...– Tracy Morgan even the fish are OK- good. i was worried.
liking interesting things doesn’t make you interesting.– ben gibbard
where do you think love hides?
david horvitz: It hides under rocks and behind clouds, and on the back sides of islands that you can only see from airplanes or boats. And also on the top of people’s heads, inside a bowl of rice that’s been in the refrigerator for a few weeks, and on the tail of dogs. And sometimes on trains when you are lost, or in the sun when it sneaks into your eyes. (via you are remarkable)
My Top 5 Artists (Week Ending 2009-2-15) →
T.I. (259) The Lonely Island (56) Margot & the Nuclear So and So’s (33) Matt & Kim (33) Taylor Swift (27) Imported from Last.fm Tumblr by JoeLaz
i had to explain to my mom that an indie movie is not the same as an indiana jones movie. i love my mom a lot.
james and the giant peach condensed
James: I have some wiggly green pills. I will eat them and step on my mean aunts. Whoops. (James drops the wiggly green pills. A peach and some bugs get big.) Bugs: Let’s roll into the ocean and fly across it by harnessing seagulls. James: Ok. (They cross the ocean and become heroes.) THE END
Phillip Toledano - Days with My Father →