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Guys i learned about the last fact in school, we actually read a book about it. ITS CRAZY (Source of book)

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This was probably the most precious thing ever.

After I got my picture taken with Gaston, this adorable little girl ran up to him and started hugging his legs. Gaston got down closer to her and hugged her tightly. She told him “I love you so much!” and she continued to hug him. This was the only time he broke character and whispered to the little girl that he loved her more. She skipped away happily to the restrooms. When she came out, she ran back and hugged him again before going to her next destination at Disney World. 


no one’s sweet as gaston no one’s neat as gaston no one’s as fond of the tiny petite as gaston

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eat when i’m sad

eat when i’m happy

eat when i’m with my friends 

eat when i’m on the computer 

eat when i’m bored 

eat when i’m with my family

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You know the shit has hit the fan when George stops paying attention to grammar. 

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this is the coolest thing ive seen on this website


Wait what how

what the fuck you mean how? a goddamn computer, that’s how

fuckin think this is some real bullshit like you’re confused as to how someone can hold water and a tiny ass ship are u fuckin’ kidding me


fuck u

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you can never lose an argument if you say “shut up nerd” at the end

yes you can

shut up nerd

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This needs to become a live wallpaper for phones….now.

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We should talk about this real quick because I think a lot of people use this as a basis for the ‘technologically-challenged Steve Rogers’ stereotype. If you listen to his tone and watch his exasperated gesture, he’s being sarcastic. He knows that’s not the information Tony needed, he knows it’s more complicated than that, but fuck if he has any idea what the hell is going with this thing. And you know what? I wouldn’t either. I grew up with modern technology, and I have no idea what all those wires and circuit boards mean. It’s not that Steve can’t use technology (he had no problem with that tablet on the jet with Coulson), it’s that this technology is just far too advanced for someone who hasn’t been trained to use it. And then Tony responds ‘Well, you’re not wrong’. It isn’t condescending or annoyed. If anything, Tony kind of realizes how useless it was to expect someone who wasn’t an engineer to understand this thing. Every time Tony talks about things that cause Steve to just stare at him blankly, it’s because Tony uses technical terms that no one in the room understands except for Bruce Banner. You know, the other science genius.

So long story short; Steve Rogers is completely capable of adapting to modern tech. It’s just that Tony Stark is so far beyond the average person’s league of technology that pretty much nobody is able to understand him.

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