— Shared 3 hours ago - 1,560 notes - via / Source - reblog

fifithefangirl:

when your friend in another country is sad:

image

I’m on my way






— Shared 3 hours ago - 3,130 notes - via / Source - reblog

scottthepilgrim:

actionables:

The mating calls of a teenage white boy

what the FUCK



— Shared 3 hours ago - 67,427 notes - via / Source - reblog
kingsxoqueens:

Kim Possible been facetiming since 2002..

kingsxoqueens:

Kim Possible been facetiming since 2002..


— Shared 4 hours ago - 60,370 notes - via / Source - reblog
chrystallene:

theunbeliever:

I set up a cheap rig for watching Netflix and such in the shower.

This is our future.

chrystallene:

theunbeliever:

I set up a cheap rig for watching Netflix and such in the shower.

This is our future.


— Shared 4 hours ago - 2,564 notes - via / Source - reblog
troyesivan:

rhettandlink:

Our special guest on Ear Biscuits this week is… the wonderful Troye Sivan!!!
Popular young South African-born Australian vlogger, Troye Sivan, sits down with Rhett & Link this week to share his empowering coming-out story and how he decided to share this personal detail of his life with his fans, why the internet is obsessed with his relationship with Tyler Oakley, and how a secret project in the works might have some people on the edge of their seats. *NOTE: This conversation contains adult themes and language.
Grab it on iTunes here. 
Grab it on SoundCloud here.
Grab it on Stitcher here.
Read the accompanying article by The Video Ink here.
Don’t forget to reblog and share with friends!

This was soooo fun to do! Have a listen, things get….intense.

troyesivan:

rhettandlink:

Our special guest on Ear Biscuits this week is… the wonderful Troye Sivan!!!

Popular young South African-born Australian vlogger, Troye Sivan, sits down with Rhett & Link this week to share his empowering coming-out story and how he decided to share this personal detail of his life with his fans, why the internet is obsessed with his relationship with Tyler Oakley, and how a secret project in the works might have some people on the edge of their seats. *NOTE: This conversation contains adult themes and language.

Grab it on iTunes here. 

Grab it on SoundCloud here.

Grab it on Stitcher here.

Read the accompanying article by The Video Ink here.

Don’t forget to reblog and share with friends!

This was soooo fun to do! Have a listen, things get….intense.


— Shared 4 hours ago - 173,615 notes - via / Source - reblog
dimmestarc:

I tried. So hard. To keep scrolling.

dimmestarc:

I tried. So hard. To keep scrolling.


— Shared 4 hours ago - 3,225 notes - via / Source - reblog

#PrayForSouthKorea
Heartbreaking text message exchanges between students trapped in the sinking ferry off the coast of South Korea and their anxious parents are offering a glimpse into the desperate situation in the crippled vessel.
"Dad, don’t worry. I’ve got a life vest on and we’re huddled together," one 18-year-old student, identified only by her last name, Shin, texted her father, according to MBC News, a Korean news station.
The father replied: “I know the rescue is underway but make your way out if you can.”
"Dad, I can’t walk out," she replied. "The corridor is full of kids, and it’s too tilted."
The student was among the 290 still reported missing.
In another exchange, a male student texted his mother, who was unaware at the time that the ferry was in distress.
"Mom, I might not be able to tell you in person. I love you," the student texted, according to MBC.
[Continue]

#PrayForSouthKorea

Heartbreaking text message exchanges between students trapped in the sinking ferry off the coast of South Korea and their anxious parents are offering a glimpse into the desperate situation in the crippled vessel.

"Dad, don’t worry. I’ve got a life vest on and we’re huddled together," one 18-year-old student, identified only by her last name, Shin, texted her father, according to MBC News, a Korean news station.

The father replied: “I know the rescue is underway but make your way out if you can.”

"Dad, I can’t walk out," she replied. "The corridor is full of kids, and it’s too tilted."

The student was among the 290 still reported missing.

In another exchange, a male student texted his mother, who was unaware at the time that the ferry was in distress.

"Mom, I might not be able to tell you in person. I love you," the student texted, according to MBC.

[Continue]