Hello

sonia-nevermind:

sylveonsaccharide:

sonia-nevermind:

sonia-nevermind:

ADS THAT SUDDENLY TAKE UP THE WHOLE PAGE

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ADS THAT SUDDENLY TAKE UP THE WHOLE PAGE AND PLAY MUSIC

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What about ads that play music, but you can’t find them anywhere on the page?

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as-warm-as-choco:

FULLMETAL ALCHEMIST: Brotherhood Official Art Series (X) 

goodbyeangels:

courfeycute:

but just imagine a ghost that no one can see that catches an item thats flying towards someone right before it hits their face but no one can see the ghost so people start to thin k that person can make stuff float around and the ghoST IS SO ADORABLY AWKWARD IT JUST SORTA FOLLOWS THAT PERSON AROUND AND WHENEVER SOMEONE IS LIKE “duDE MAKE THAT PENCIL FLOAT” THE GHOST JUST SIGHS AND PICKS IT UP

WRITE A BOOK

(Source: courfeycute)

lonelygiraffe17:

Trusting people is becoming hard

Keeping my grades up is becoming hard

Feeling pretty is becoming hard

Thinking happy thoughts is becoming hard

Doing work is becoming hard

Maintaining a friendship is becoming hard

Doing everything is becoming hard and I don’t like it

cancune:

ohdear-prongs:

The only reason i enjoy going to bed is so i can make stories up in my head which makes my brain think it’s actually real

#THIS IS SO ACCURATE 

frantabulosa:

I miss drawing the swimming babies. ヾ(●´∀`●)

(Source: frantabulosa)

if thats not punk i dont know what is

(Source: ernistheburnturn)

madddisonrose:

My little man

mrrepzion:

ladydeadpoooool:

terrorless:

the-girl-who-laughed:

This is the most accurate picture I’ve ever seen.

my fucking life

;____;

I can relate to this, holy shit. 

(Source: fuckyeahcomicsbaby)

dannyqhantom:

where did that come from

(Source: nentindo)

partickstump:

i :) am :) so :) stressed :) about :) everything :) all :) the :) time :)

(Source: brenodnurie)

arelyhepburn:

This is the best gif you’ll ever see

How to Cope with Change

onlinecounsellingcollege:

1. See it as a process, not a one time event. When you make a change in your life, there are lots of small adaptations to be made. It takes time to process and adjust to those changes – so be patient with yourself.
2. Change the way you think about change. Try to see it in a positive light. Even although there are lots of negatives and challenges, you’re likely to benefit in the end.
3. Face your feelings, and especially the negative ones. If you don’t, they’ll simmer beneath the surface and make it harder for you to cope. Feelings are neither good nor bad. They just are. If you feel bad, you feel bad!
4. Notice any areas where you have control as that will help you to feel less trapped or boxed in.
5. Pay attention to your thoughts and attitudes – and choose to look for the positives, and to frame uncertainties in a hopeful way.
6. Stay in touch with people who care, and can act as a support in this time of change.

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