morningline:

Toes at the gate.

morningline:

Toes at the gate.

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wyomingatheart:

😃

wyomingatheart:

😃

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unrelated

dear asshole who toked up on the bus RIGHT after the metro police hopped off,

i fucking hate you because you essentially hotboxed an entire bus all on your own and now my lungs are burning, 30 minutes later, and I’m going to have a headache in the morning.

so fuck you.

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Oh.

Daryl’s red handkerchief makes infinitely more sense now.

edit: the buzz feed page that talks about this is what makes it make more sense. in hindsight, the ACTUAL hanky code wouldn’t make sense at all. but the buzz feed post about it (http://www.buzzfeed.com/skarlan/the-modern-day-hanky-code) suggests red = serious commitment issues.

i’m sorry. I’m so tired you guys. i didn’t even think this all the way through.

xlaurathefangirlx:

I literally 100% cannot cope with the cuteness of Jeremy Renner.

(via the-universe-is-insecure)

"Wait for me, little Cat," he’d say. "Wait for me and I’ll come back to you." And I would sit at this window every day when the sun came up, waiting. I wonder how many times did Bran or Rickon stare across the moors of Winterfell waiting for me to return. I will never see them again.

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veritaaas:

I feel like this sums up their relationship.

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  The symbol we adapted it from is used in traveling communities as a symbol of physical safety. it means “you won’t get arrested here or you won’t get hurt here, you’re safe with us” and basically we wanted to take that meaning to a more philosophical safety.  We want to make people feel that its safe to be themselves, to think for themselves, to be who they want to be free from judgement classification and ridicule.
- Colin Frangicetto (Circa Survive)

  The symbol we adapted it from is used in traveling communities as a symbol of physical safety. it means “you won’t get arrested here or you won’t get hurt here, you’re safe with us” and basically we wanted to take that meaning to a more philosophical safety.  We want to make people feel that its safe to be themselves, to think for themselves, to be who they want to be free from judgement classification and ridicule.

- Colin Frangicetto (Circa Survive)

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