17 10 / 2014

juilan:

Because a piece of gum told me to

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14 10 / 2014

14 10 / 2014

Hotness

(Source: gay-legion, via ty-thompson)

12 10 / 2014

mk2501:

Stargate art work.

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12 10 / 2014

malikmydick:

i wanna accidentally suck a dick

11 10 / 2014

10 10 / 2014

nooneslife:

mad-man-with-a-scarf:

shavingryansprivates:

this is my favorite video of all time bar none

I cannot stop laughing. 

I’m cry

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08 10 / 2014

leighpeigh:

Cats have not and will not be domesticated.

leighpeigh:

Cats have not and will not be domesticated.

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07 10 / 2014

You’re the chocolate cake that I want to eat so bad but because I want you so bad, I watch for now and take it slow cause once the cake is gone, its gone.

07 10 / 2014

jag-me-baby:

psych2go:

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The second one is VERY important; *** being ostracized is more mentally damaging than being bullied. ***

Don’t know how many ways I can say this; being told “go away”, ignored completely when you speak, being chosen last for teams all say “you are worthless to us”

Kids think they are being nicer by not picking on someone that annoys them, and they are right. However, at least when a child is being picked on, however horribly, it means their existence has been noticed and has caused a reaction.

The cool kids hate it when the teachers pick the teams or assign students to work together in group. The ostracized kids are always relieved (of course by this point many would rather work alone after years of being rebuffed). 

We need to teach our children not only to not bully and belittle, but to also be inclusive; to respond in some sort of non-negative way to kids they would rather ignore. It’s not easy, but being told by a peer that they are worthy of positive notice could improve - and maybe even save - a life.

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