flutterbyesandpollywogs:

ilikedraugar:

escapetheheat:

Pro Tip: Don’t tell depressed people how good they have it in comparison to others. They already know and already feel guilty about it. You’re making the problem worse.

This forever.

That knowledge is probably a major player in their depression.

"I really wish there was a web series of Elliot hanging out with his other friends, telling them about the insane group of people he’s met recently… ‘They all went to this high school that just, like, churns out professional entertainers, and, I swear, when they’re not trying to live with me, they all stay in one apartment that doesn’t even have any walls. Super weird, man.’" (x)

(Source: atsecondsight)

Periodically we’re subjected to yet another round of debate about whether we ‘really’ need labels, usually with members of dominant social classes insisting that such a thing isn’t necessary, and arguing that we need to ‘move beyond labels (man),’ ‘like, they’re totally blocking up our ability to build a true and just world.’ The same kind of attitude lies at the root of the so-called ‘colourblind’ approach to life, where people pretend as though acting like race isn’t a fact of life and doesn’t matter will magically erase centuries of complex intergenerational racism.

Here’s the thing about labels: without them, we run the risk of being effectively eaten by the default, quietly subsumed into the masses. Think of immune cells, cruising around the body, pausing to completely digest foreign proteins, the cell quietly closing in around its victim, and then, poof, gone. We are the foreign proteins, you see, the things that stand out in the body politic. We are the Other. We are the thing that must be named because we are unusual, and because if we have no name, we disappear.

(Source: sandandglass)

Generations of breeding and wealth had to come together to produce me. I have more in common with Marie Antoinette than with you.

(Source: emilystonne)

(Source: nevillles)

Amazing animation in Frozen

Let it go, let it go
Can’t hold it back anymore

(Source: mufasaandsimba)

(Source: stonedpervert)

(Source: almost-relevant)

lardypoison:

the british primary school experience

(you definitely know all the words)

1. air hostess // busted 2. just a little // liberty x 3. chelsea dagger // the fratellis 4. superstar // jamelia 5. 5 colours in her hair // mcfly 6. suddenly I see // k.t tunstall 7. love it when you call // the feeling 8. hole in the head // sugababes 9. dance wiv me // dizzee rascal feat. calvin harris 10. she moves in her own way // the kooks 11. 5,6,7,8 // steps 12. goodbye mr a // the hoosiers 13. wearing my rolex // wiley

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