Rafael, 17, Brazil. I'm pretty cool.

okaywork:

[clicks on a person’s url to see how they’re doing after being dragged on their own post]

plizm:

Pavel Samokhvalov

jakemalik:

seeing a hot stranger in public is a blessing

seeing the same hot stranger in public again is a sign

rlmjob:

when I grow up I hope I have a really cool bathtub

ohhheck:

otterboxes:

ohhheck:

how do you ask what a glass of water is doing?

a glass of water is an inanimate object and is incapable of having a thought process or understanding english

water you doing 

angelinajoliearchive:

Angelina Jolie by Michael Clemments (1991)

The Breakfast Club, then and now.

me: no one ever texts me
*gets a text*
me: wtf do you want

nedsseveredhead:

I feel so proud when friends tell me their parents like me. Like damn right they do, I am a delight.

dutchster:

i have such a busy schedule. i may have to cut out “studying” to make room for “crying over tv shows” and “4 hour nap”


DAVID SCHWIMMER: We spent an enormous amount of time together those first several years. We wouldn’t want to leave each other. We’d go out to dinner after work, or we’d go to lunch together, or play poker, or just play games. I think we were genuinely having the time of our lives, and also there was something very bonding about how scary the whole experience was. We had the other five, like a very protective cocoon.

DAVID SCHWIMMER: We spent an enormous amount of time together those first several years. We wouldn’t want to leave each other. We’d go out to dinner after work, or we’d go to lunch together, or play poker, or just play games. I think we were genuinely having the time of our lives, and also there was something very bonding about how scary the whole experience was. We had the other five, like a very protective cocoon.