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feedercomics:

anumbrellafortwo:

FKASANFASLKJDFNKJNGLKMLJQNWSDFHBJ–

Everything intensified.

my favorite part of the video

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Fifth Harmony - We Know [x/x]

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dailymcfly:

Harry Judd's birthday message for Vicky Jones.

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sixpenceee:

Sir Nicholas Winton is a humanitarian who organized a rescue operation that saved the lives of 669 Jewish Czechoslovakia children from Nazi death camps, and brought them to the safety of Great Britain between the years 1938-1939.

After the war, his efforts remained unknown. But in 1988, Winton’s wife Grete found the scrapbook from 1939 with the complete list of children’s names and photos. Sir Nicholas Winton is sitting in an audience of Jewish Czechoslovakian people who he saved 50 years before.

WATCH FULL VIDEO HERE

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levicorpis:

[ten]: a mix for number ten, the one with a smile that could power a civilisation, who loved with his entire being and carried light to the darkest corners of the universe.

(listen)

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blueboxtraveller:

4 scenes where the 'Doomsday' melody is played:

→ Rose (28:18)

→ The Satan Pit (29:35)

→ Doomsday (38:07)

→ Partners in Crime (47:53)

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consultingsinnerman:

catinthefedora:

tealdragon:

consulting-cannibal:

catinthefedora:

drawsshits:

thearchangeltrickster:

God: Gabe, stop, I’m working.
Gabriel: I WANT TO MAKE SOMETHING TOOOOOOO!
God: Here’s a box of parts, go nuts.
God: -several hours later- Gabe? Where are you, my son?
Gabriel: DAD, LOOKIT!
God: Dafuq is that?
Gabriel: A PLATYPUS!

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OHMYGODS, THANK YOU FOR DRAWING THAT!

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They don’t do much

this is the fucking funniest thing ever

LOOK at it though

"just put it in australia"

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anime-express:

Whenever I have a friend over

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thatonenerdybroad:

eddietg:

If you own a dog, please share.

Even if you don’t own a dog, please share

thatonenerdybroad:

eddietg:

If you own a dog, please share.

Even if you don’t own a dog, please share

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dailytroyler:

TRXYE - MY HAPPY LITTLE PILL

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Derek + creepin’

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florels:

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analyticalmuslim:

acid attacks in pakistan

This assault is a common form of “punishment” not only in Pakistan, but also in India, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Vietnam, China, throughout the Middle East, and in some Western countries. Women live in fear that should she disobey her father’s will, speak her mind, attend school, refuse a marriage proposal, deny sex, or exercise her free will, she will be punished for it. She will be forced to wear the scars for the rest of her life, to remind her of the “shame” she has brought upon herself, and be shunned by her society.

Women in developing nations are not blind. They have realized they don’t have to submit. They don’t have to obey. They can speak their mind, and they can do as they please. This disgusts the men, whose need for power and domination reaches back centuries, and this is how they enforce their control. 

The practice has slowed in some countries, but in others, it’s on the rise. Men and children are also victims of these attacks. If you’re like me, and this is breaking your heart, there are ways you can help. Obviously, spreading the word is one of them, but donations are crucial. Many people in these countries don’t have access to the proper medical treatment or shelters they need. Donations help pay for bandages, medicine, housing, and training physicians. If you’re in a position to help, please consider it.

I know that to many of us, these people are far away, and seem unreachable. But they wake up every morning, just like we all do, and look in the mirror, like we all do. The fact that they don’t give up, that they keep going, shows unbelievable strength. I’m from America, where we obsess about our looks, and women are forced to think about our hair, makeup, and weight constantly. We can’t go into a shop, turn on the radio, or go online without being bombarded with ways to improve our looks. I’d like to think this will make a few of us stop and consider, even for a few moments, that there is someone who would be glad to have an option.

Check out what the United Nations Entity for Gender Quality (or UN Women) are up to. Help women around the world stay positive, hopeful, and keep fighting.

this brought me to tears. if you can help, please do.

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