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aflawedfashion:

Pond Family Portrait

uni-cxrns:

👽.

You’re a gift. You’re a gift I never dreamed I could want or need and everyday I will show you that you’re a gift that I deserve.

bbruised:

just-nide:

corrupteddiscipline:

extradan:

janedoodles:

arimaarie:

amazingdan-and-philisnotonfire:

whipmyfrobackandforth:

whereisbrentlmaojager:

trillcvmpo:

euryd1ce:

omg the first episode of fairly odd parents

omg

I reMEMBER

this is better than the whole series

“I’m sorry, the secret word was pie” OH MY GOD

Cosmos voice was hunky hahaha!

REMEMBER WHEN COSMO’S VOICE WASn”T ANNOYING

I saw it on the day it was released. somewhere in… 1997-1998?

Vicky had a brother originally omg

THIS IS A PIECE OF CARTOON HISTORY

I REMEMBER THAT COMMERCIAL AT THE BEGINNING TOO.

IM SO OLD.

ALSO 90’S CLOTHES ARE HORRIBLE.

tv meme: [1/10] female characters — sarah walker (chuck)

evansboxers:

"We asked Evan to share with us some shots from behind the scenes of his trip, and he submitted what you see in the gallery above— some particularly great fan costumes, a red shoe belonging to his castmate (and fiancee) Emma Roberts, and one very silly backstage selfie with “the freaks.” Take a look!"

All captions written and photos taken by Evan himself. (x)

creepytate:

daddy-peters:

burning-beauty:

Emma Roberts  Cry through dramatic situation at After Party…Evan Peters.

The fact that Evan isn’t even reacting to her having a breakdown says a lot.

Mess.

it’s probably a daily occurrence 

klartie:

dad NO

You Know You’re Right" was written in 1993, making it one of the last known Kurt Cobain compositions. A studio version of the song was recorded at Nirvana’s final session, on January 30, 1994, at Robert Lang Studios in Seattle, Washington, but remained locked away from fans for years following Cobain’s death. This recording become the object of much legal wrangling between Courtney Love and surviving Nirvana bandmates Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic. The song was eventually released as a promo single in 2002.

The song was performed by Hole as “You’ve Got No Right” during their MTV Unplugged appearance on February 14, 1995. The band’s lead singer and Cobain’s widow, Courtney Love, introduced it as “a song that Kurt wrote; the last song, almost.”

Kristen Stewart on the set of the Twilight Saga [Part 1]

The love of my existence.