1. yanapieceofme:

    Me when I’m forced to go anywhere.

    (via pewtin)


  2. "Don’t promise when you’re happy,
    Don’t reply when you’re angry and
    Don’t decide when you’re sad."
    — athea (via invhale )

    (via pewtin)

  3. (Source: poppunkvampire, via pewtin)


  4. senatorbooty:


    uh NEWSFLASH POOR PEOPLE, if you want better public transportation maybe u should learn to drive….kthxbai :3


    (Source: bobbyhoying, via piecebybeautifulpiece)

  6. (Source: kite62, via ante-establishment)

  7. penthesileas:

    LITERATURE MEME - nine poems: “ozymandias” by percy bysshe shelley [7/9]

    (via the-library-and-step-on-it)

  9. ironicgrandma:

    Pun of the day!! Nyehehehe (it’s back!)

    (via ironicgrandma)

  10. bettydays:

    I have a story.

    So my sister got run over by a car once. It was a pretty big deal. Well like a year later she got into a little fender bender and was really bent out of shape about it, so I went and got her a cake. 


    When I put in my order for the cake, the guy at the bakery asked, “Do you want it to say anything?”

    And with a perfectly straight face, I said, “‘Sorry you got hit by a car again.’”

    He narrowed his eyes a moment, then nodded and wrote it down, and took it to kitchen to get the writing done.

    All the way from the back of the kitchen, I hear a woman shout, “‘Again’?!”

    (Source: toocooltobehipster, via piecebybeautifulpiece)


  11. fancylemurs:

    girls just wanna have

    real pockets on our clothes, damn

    (via the-valorous-ghost)

  12. genderoftheday:

    Today’s Gender of the day is the frustratingly delicious KFC Double Down.

    (via shinyhaunter)


  13. finishing up some uncompleted work before releasing it. 43/134 pages edited. jeeeeeez me.

  14. greengerg:

    “The Book of Our Lord’s Vineyard” (1450-1470)

    (via nataliakoptseva)


  15. "So, what’s the trade-off here? In general, we are safer (automation makes airline flying safer, in general) except in the long-tail: pilots are losing both tacit knowledge of flying and some of its mechanics. But in general, we, as humans, have less and less understanding of our machines—we are compartmentalized, looking at a tiny corner of a very complex system beyond our individual comprehension. Increasing numbers of our systems—from finance to electricity to cybersecurity to medical systems, are going in this direction. We are losing control and understanding which seems fine—until it’s not. We will certainly, and unfortunately, find out what this really means because sooner or later, one of these systems will fail in a way we don’t understand."