beardykraken

Gay, deaf, and 22. Cyborg theory enthusiast. Lives on Beaver Street next to the hearing aid factory.
aspidochelon:

heyitspj:

he rises

ok no imma reblog this again because: this dog looks like a necromancer. this dog looks like he raises dead from the ground and brews potions and chants and shit. this dogs a fucking necromancer

aspidochelon:

heyitspj:

he rises

ok no imma reblog this again because: this dog looks like a necromancer. this dog looks like he raises dead from the ground and brews potions and chants and shit. this dogs a fucking necromancer

(Source: ultrasphinxx, via terrakion)

leonkumquat:

when my dad was in college he had a friend who told a girl he’d take her on a date unlike any other she’d ever been on and so he took her to the supermarket to watch the lobsters fighting in the lobster tank

they’re married now

(via mspaintadventuresdotcom)

Lunch time. Feels like it’s midnight? But I’m in the UK. (I think) I will be in Indianapolis tomorrow. (I think) I had no idea people did this to promote movies. This is CRAZY!!! HAHA! Roller coaster. Except there’s a person standing by to fix my hair or to hold my hand when I poop. (A thing I’ve started to demand. I’m STARLORD!!!)

(Source: iamnevertheone, via terrakion)

Life’s not a paragraph
And death i think is no parenthesis.

—e.e. cummings (via observando)

All water has a perfect memory and is forever trying to get back to where it was.

—Toni Morrison (via observando)

ly0nheart1:

glaad:

We’ll miss you, Elaine.

No!! Not Stritchy!!

One of my favorite actresses. Best character on 30 Rock.

ly0nheart1:

glaad:

We’ll miss you, Elaine.

No!! Not Stritchy!!

One of my favorite actresses. Best character on 30 Rock.

(via whiskeybeard)

My favourite part about being a writer is being totally lost inside a story, so immersed that your fictional life overtakes your real one. I love the madness of that, when the story is pouring out and you feel this crazy urgency to get it down before you lose it. It’s totally euphoric, and yes, completely wacko. I also love playing with words, fiddling endlessly. I like to kind of just stare zombie-like at my computer screen for days living inside a particular sentence or scene or section trying to make it better, to bring it to life.

—Jandy Nelson (via amandaonwriting)