lesbian-god:

You know what I like in a girl?
My fingers.

jaclcfrost:

if you ever think my shorts are “too short” i want you to consider the following

  • they are called “shorts”
  • i look great

michelleakin:

coolator:

This Southwest Airlines Flight Attendant is my new hero

Watch this. Now.

xlies4theliarsx:

lesb1an:

She loves those button downs

We love her in those button downs mm mmm

(Source: praytothegay)

mom:  your room is trashed
me:  rock and roll

bitchytbh:

having “feelings” is ruining my reputation of being a heartless bitch 

FU ILENE [2/4] | Shay Leaving

You could say that Margaery Tyrell is killing it in the husband department

poursaltonthewound:

angrybisexualcesium:

literally with my guy friends it’s “how long can i stay friends with you before you say something gross and misogynistic and i don’t feel safe around you anymore”

yes

bikinipowerbottom:

loviely:

cuteys:

intricut:

awmygosh:

Cat audition for Sabrina the Teenage Witch for the role of Salem

i love this

new favorite photo

i really wonder which one won omg

omg yall are so stupid and believe anything on this website i swear. this pic was obviously taken in the 1960s when Sabrina The Teenage Witch didnt even start until 1996. in fact, this is an audition for Roger Cormans Tales of Terror which was made in 1962. Also Salem was a fucking puppet ya dumb asses

bikinipowerbottom:

loviely:

cuteys:

intricut:

awmygosh:

Cat audition for Sabrina the Teenage Witch for the role of Salem

i love this

new favorite photo

i really wonder which one won omg

omg yall are so stupid and believe anything on this website i swear. this pic was obviously taken in the 1960s when Sabrina The Teenage Witch didnt even start until 1996. in fact, this is an audition for Roger Cormans Tales of Terror which was made in 1962. Also Salem was a fucking puppet ya dumb asses

kittyit:

don’t condition your children to love people that hurt them

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