All about the Gleeing and not about the pleasing

br3thart:

princessstupidmf:

Never get mad at someone with anxiety for apologizing a lot. It’s a coping mechanism and yelling only makes it worse. They don’t need tough love or anything like that. Reassurance that they are fine is the most important thing

also i think it’s good to say that we know we’re “annoying” when we do it too. if you’re patient to us right off the bat it’ll make us trust you a lot faster and not need to apologize so often

carohoku:

flutterragequit:

life-writer:

yatoblessyou:

theinsufficientgatsby:

xasteriia:

maddieandyou:

wildestheart4ever:

October Beef stew………….uh

November potato
…..sexy

I too am November Potato. 
That could get confusing.

I am January Potato

September Cookie B)

June Chocolate <3

October Peep?

march mac cheese. that’s sexy.

April Cookie Cake

carohoku:

flutterragequit:

life-writer:

yatoblessyou:

theinsufficientgatsby:

xasteriia:

maddieandyou:

wildestheart4ever:

October Beef stew………….uh

November potato

…..sexy

I too am November Potato. 

That could get confusing.

I am January Potato

September Cookie B)

June Chocolate <3

October Peep?

march mac cheese. that’s sexy.

April Cookie Cake

partybarackisinthehousetonight:

i romantically stand outside your window and hold up my iPhone to blast our song. a 30 second ad plays first

oneheartonehand:

"We are now going to have the hottest make-up sex ever."

greenassin:

maliciousalice:

vanillyreboogles:

herquack-gottbill:

social-darwin-awards:

From imgur:

IMPORTANT: Train operator didn’t kick the kid in the head. He softened the impact instead!
The train operator risked breaking his leg while putting it in between of the hard metallic edge and kid’s head in order to soften the impact.
Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dy8Yt-P614w
Edit: Thanks for getting this into the frontpage. All I wanted is that those who called the train conductor/engineer a “douchebag” yesterday would see it from different perspective, that’s why I felt it is important to share this thought.

Seemed like an important thing to share, especially because I instinctively judged the train operator as well before I saw it. If he hadn’t done that, you probably would have heard this guy’s story from the news article of his hospitalization… or his obituary.

MAX GOT EDUCATED AND IS MORE THAN OKAY WITH THAT

oh shhiiiittt

fuck wit.

There’s a reason why people are not allowed around train tracks. Fucking idiot.

greenassin:

maliciousalice:

vanillyreboogles:

herquack-gottbill:

social-darwin-awards:

From imgur:

IMPORTANT: Train operator didn’t kick the kid in the head. He softened the impact instead!

The train operator risked breaking his leg while putting it in between of the hard metallic edge and kid’s head in order to soften the impact.

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dy8Yt-P614w

Edit: Thanks for getting this into the frontpage. All I wanted is that those who called the train conductor/engineer a “douchebag” yesterday would see it from different perspective, that’s why I felt it is important to share this thought.

Seemed like an important thing to share, especially because I instinctively judged the train operator as well before I saw it. If he hadn’t done that, you probably would have heard this guy’s story from the news article of his hospitalization… or his obituary.

MAX GOT EDUCATED AND IS MORE THAN OKAY WITH THAT

oh shhiiiittt

fuck wit.

There’s a reason why people are not allowed around train tracks. Fucking idiot.

intensional:

i use the word fuck so excessively i sometimes forget it’s a swear word