1. 16:23 28th Jul 2014

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  2. 16:22

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    fuckyeahtherealkiki:

    I really don’t get how more people aren’t into serial killers. Like. The whole enterprise of true crime is 70% horror and 30% accidental comedy.

     
  3. 16:20

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  4. 16:19

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  5. 16:16

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    ex0skeletal:

    Pro Tip: Instead of having feelings, try being dead inside. Everything is still horrible but you will not care at all.

     
  6. 16:15

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    Don’t tell me what to do unless we’re in bed together

    (Source: therealhamster)

     
  7. 16:14

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    Tags: haha

     
  8. 16:14

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    who keeps making Step Up movies and why

    (Source: beyoncebeytwice)

     
  9. 16:14

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    needlemountain:

    Ted Bundy Evil Look at Reporters

     
  11. 16:13

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  12. 16:13

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    harperhug:


#this looks like a still from an 80’s movie

You have no idea how long I had to look before I realized this was Emma Watson and Matthew Lewis.

    harperhug:

    #this looks like a still from an 80’s movie

    You have no idea how long I had to look before I realized this was Emma Watson and Matthew Lewis.

     
  13. 15:48

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    cute-overload:


The bread kinghttp://cute-overload.tumblr.com
     
  14. 15:48

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    whiteboyfriend:

    -teesa-:

    7.23.14

    George Takei describes the moment when he and his family were sent to an internment camp.

    "[Japanese Americans who fought for the US during WWII despite those internment camps] are my heroes. They clung to their belief in the shining ideals of this country, and they proved that being an American is not just for some people, that race is not how we define being an American. They gave me a legacy, and with that legacy comes a responsibility, and I am dedicated to making my country an even better America, to making our government an even truer democracy, and because of the heroes that I have and the struggles that we’ve gone through, I can stand before you as a gay Japanese-American, but even more than that, I am a proud American."

     
  15. 15:47

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