There are always going to be nights where we feel insignificant. Sometimes the stars seems farther away, the sky seems wider, and we think about how even the moon at its smallest sliver will always be physically larger than us. What I’ve learned is that it’s okay to believe that sometimes. It’s okay to be powerless and afraid of being swept up by the limitless wind. Because we will never accept that there is a place and a meaning for all of us unless we accept how big the world is and how many possibilities there really are.
y’know people make fun of Ghibli tears… but I think they aren’t made to portray what they look like on others, but instead how they feel like to us, when WE cry. Doesn’t it always feel much bigger/vision impeding when it happens to us as we experience it?
ideologicallysinful- HOW DO I NOT KNOW WHO ALL THESE PEOPLE ARE? (I just looked, and she’s written a Chrace fic.. I shall be reading that)
itsmydrink- Jess is lovely! I don’t know her that well, though (We need to talk more)
inyourgraceface- SERIOUSLY HOW DO I NOT KNOW THESE PEOPLE? cool blog though.
rabbidabbra- I want to know the story behind this URL.
send me urls and i’ll tell u what i think of them!
Or me know what you think :)
The story behind it is that when I was eleven, my sister made me an email address and I told her I didn’t care what the actual name was, so she set it as rabidabbby. And as I got older, I started getting onto Pokemon forums and stuff like that, and it turns out my full name basically spelt out the name of a Pokemon, Abra. So that became my default name for when I signed up for things. Abbra was already taken by the time I set up a tumblr, and rabidabbra was the first thing that came to me.
A Civil War Hits London, This Shocking One Second a Day Video Shows How it Destroys a Little Girl’s Life
Guys, DON’T KEEP CALM AND LISTEN TO THIS ANGEL VOICE
HER VOICE MAKES ME CRY!! IT’S SO BEAUTIFUL
no regrets. just listen to it.
this is a thing, this is happening, we are bridging the cross-cultural divide
I apologize for whatever happened to your body, I drew this in roughly 45 seconds.
it keeps happening
This week’s special guest on Ear Biscuits is… Mamrie Hart!!
Mamrie Hart, one third of YouTube’s “Holy Trinity” and writer/co-star of the new film Camp Takota, sits down with Rhett & Link this week to discuss growing up on the set of a well-known TV show, why something called ‘Topless Tuesday’ was the highlight of her college career, and her future plans to follow in Adam Sandler’s footsteps…kind of.
Check it on iTunes here.
Check it on SoundCloud here.
Check it on Stitcher here.
And grab the accompanying article on Video Ink here!
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FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, FUCK YES!!!!!