spookypansy:

Night Vale dropping some truth

spookypansy:

Night Vale dropping some truth

(via theshapefromgrovepark)

picklerelish:


Watch out.

So that’s where they all are.

picklerelish:

Watch out.

So that’s where they all are.

(Source: thewhatever, via fiddleheadsalad)

sofapizza:

your sheep looks concerned

sofapizza:

your sheep looks concerned

(Source: ilovepugs, via uncle-baconface)

elysedc:

The ultimate dad joke compilation

(via dysperdis)

SHAWN HUNTER APPRECIATION WEEK

↬ DAY FOUR: MOST HEARTBREAKING MOMENTS

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teenwolf:

Want to speak to our beloved Allison from the grave? Tweet questions with #AskOuija now http://Ouija.MTV.com @OuijaTheMovie

still tacky, teenwolf

teenwolf:

Want to speak to our beloved Allison from the grave? Tweet questions with #AskOuija now http://Ouija.MTV.com @OuijaTheMovie

still tacky, teenwolf


Up Close: Page from Demi-Monde I 56 by André-Adolphe-Eugène Disdéri
1850s-1860s (MET)

Up Close: Page from Demi-Monde I 56 by André-Adolphe-Eugène Disdéri

1850s-1860s (MET)

(Source: fashionsfromhistory)


office au

office au

(Source: sterekandstuff, via derekandstilesdotcom)

Santa Writes Back

whatsdifferentincanada:

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In case you didn’t think Canada was adorable enough, Santa writes back to letters he receives from Canadian children. All you need to do is write a letter and address it “Santa Claus, North Pole, H0H 0H0, Canada” (seriously, not making this up) between November 3rd and December 17th and he will write back. While various world powers argue about who owns the North Pole, Canada stakes their claim in a super cute, old-fashioned way. This tradition dates back to 1982, and always the multicultural one, Santa will respond to his million-plus pieces of mail each year in the language they were written in.