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Jul 25, 2014 / 32,651 notes

casmopolitan:

Emma was right

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madness-and-gods:

sickslickman:

There’s not even 19 billion people on the planet.
Meaning 12 billion people came back from the dead to like that post.
That’s the kind of power Stephen King has.

Reblogging again for the comment
Jul 25, 2014 / 295,197 notes

madness-and-gods:

sickslickman:

There’s not even 19 billion people on the planet.

Meaning 12 billion people came back from the dead to like that post.

That’s the kind of power Stephen King has.

Reblogging again for the comment

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Jul 25, 2014 / 337,725 notes

carryonmywaywardsorcerer:

avenging-superwholockian:

(x)

#MISPRONOUNCING YOUR OWN NAME

#Leonardy DiCaprisun

he deserves an oscar for this

well it seems he’s not getting it for anything else

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placiddream:

thatsmoderatelyraven:

If I were Kendall I would hang this one up in my room and frame it
 revenge boob job
Jul 25, 2014 / 36,680 notes

placiddream:

thatsmoderatelyraven:

If I were Kendall I would hang this one up in my room and frame it

revenge boob job
cpljohnner:

hiddensidekick:

bratkitty:

the-watchful-metatron:

sherlockingthehobbitstoasgard:

walkingkatastrophe:

epik-nomz:

danglingthpider:

theperpetualboy:

This.



im tired of people using god to justify their  prejudice

Leviticus is a list of old laws that were never relevant after its time period so when people pull Leviticus to back banning gay marriage just remind them Jesus said nothing about gay marriage but he exclusively condemned divorce.

Thank you for that ^^^^

The thing that pisses me off most about people calling on Leviticus (at least Christians.) is that they are old laws that were supposedly put into place to punish us for our sins thus far. When Jesus died to cleanse us of our sins, it wasn’t just about our future sins and the ability to ask for absolution…. but to be free of our previous sins. So, a Christian quoting the old laws is like saying… Sorry Jesus, your sacrifice just wasn’t good enough because it doesn’t allow me to justify my hate and want to torment someone else because I personally disagree with it. (which is the God Damnedest sin.)
This brings my rant to one of the golden rules that we as Christians claim to live by. “Thou shalt not use MY name in vain.”
That doesn’t mean “Jesus Christ! Oops, don’t use his name in vain, LoL!” It means don’t use God to justify your hate mongering. It means don’t claim God hates this or that or allows you to hurt others because you say he does.
The hugely common misinterpretation of this pisses me off to no end because it’s an incredibly insulting, OBVIOUS misinterpretation of it to please one’s self.

I am an atheist and I approve of this message.

I am a Christan and approve this message

^ Ditto
Jul 25, 2014 / 93,126 notes

cpljohnner:

hiddensidekick:

bratkitty:

the-watchful-metatron:

sherlockingthehobbitstoasgard:

walkingkatastrophe:

epik-nomz:

danglingthpider:

theperpetualboy:

This.

im tired of people using god to justify their  prejudice

Leviticus is a list of old laws that were never relevant after its time period so when people pull Leviticus to back banning gay marriage just remind them Jesus said nothing about gay marriage but he exclusively condemned divorce.

Thank you for that ^^^^

The thing that pisses me off most about people calling on Leviticus (at least Christians.) is that they are old laws that were supposedly put into place to punish us for our sins thus far. When Jesus died to cleanse us of our sins, it wasn’t just about our future sins and the ability to ask for absolution…. but to be free of our previous sins. So, a Christian quoting the old laws is like saying… Sorry Jesus, your sacrifice just wasn’t good enough because it doesn’t allow me to justify my hate and want to torment someone else because I personally disagree with it. (which is the God Damnedest sin.)

This brings my rant to one of the golden rules that we as Christians claim to live by. “Thou shalt not use MY name in vain.”

That doesn’t mean “Jesus Christ! Oops, don’t use his name in vain, LoL!” It means don’t use God to justify your hate mongering. It means don’t claim God hates this or that or allows you to hurt others because you say he does.

The hugely common misinterpretation of this pisses me off to no end because it’s an incredibly insulting, OBVIOUS misinterpretation of it to please one’s self.

I am an atheist and I approve of this message.

I am a Christan and approve this message

^ Ditto

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Jul 25, 2014 / 193,085 notes
Jul 25, 2014 / 308 notes

moriartiest:

#yOU’RE NOT MY MOM  #*sprays guard* (via nerdmoriarty)

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swiftingthrough:

legendary
Jul 25, 2014 / 632,002 notes

swiftingthrough:

legendary

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Jul 25, 2014 / 21,504 notes

emoglitter:

my brother told me that in the bathroom at monumentour someone yelled “fall out boy sucks” and another guy yelled “what the fuck did you just say” and they got in a real fist fight

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containercontainers:

sam-winchester-cries-during-sex:

smatter:

bey0nd-my-thoughts:

paradiseprogram:

bye mom

This needs to be in the post with all the gateways to hell.

um what

you must be new here

soMEONE ADD THIS TO THE GATEWAY TO HELL
Jul 25, 2014 / 221,719 notes

containercontainers:

sam-winchester-cries-during-sex:

smatter:

bey0nd-my-thoughts:

paradiseprogram:

bye mom

This needs to be in the post with all the gateways to hell.

um what

you must be new here

soMEONE ADD THIS TO THE GATEWAY TO HELL

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