Plinzer's House of Flying Weasels
loganmcowen:

summonerjolan:

collide-with-the-pie:

categoryfourkaiju:

brimmy21:

orcinus-equus:


nneeeuuhhhuehuehue


IT TOOK ME TOO LONG TO GET THIS AND WHEN I DID I CRIED. NO. DO NOT DO THAT TO ME.

What does this mean I don’t get it at all o.O

stay ignorant

somebody please explain this ;-;

OH MY GOD

EEEWWWEWWWWW

SUFFER LIKE GARIES MADE ME SUFFER.

loganmcowen:

summonerjolan:

collide-with-the-pie:

categoryfourkaiju:

brimmy21:

orcinus-equus:

nneeeuuhhhuehuehue

IT TOOK ME TOO LONG TO GET THIS AND WHEN I DID I CRIED. NO. DO NOT DO THAT TO ME.

What does this mean I don’t get it at all o.O

stay ignorant

somebody please explain this ;-;

OH MY GOD

EEEWWWEWWWWW

SUFFER LIKE GARIES MADE ME SUFFER.

tardisity:

Concept art for The Fault in Our Stars (2014)

maudist:

One of the best friendships of all time.

semioticapocalypse:

Dwight D. Eisenhower trying out one of his campaign “toys”. 1952
[::SemAp::]

semioticapocalypse:

Dwight D. Eisenhower trying out one of his campaign “toys”. 1952

[::SemAp::]

homestuckreactiongifs:

My dashboard today.

pictorialpress:

K, so it’s a godawful grainy shot, but I totally love this snap of Lincoln and Andrew Johnson from Lincoln’s Second Inauguration. He’s sitting there, just tolerating everything, like, “Can I please hurry-up and give my kickass speech already so I can get back to fixing the country?” And Johnson is, like, “Where’s the bar? I thought you said there’d be a bar.”

pictorialpress:

K, so it’s a godawful grainy shot, but I totally love this snap of Lincoln and Andrew Johnson from Lincoln’s Second Inauguration. He’s sitting there, just tolerating everything, like, “Can I please hurry-up and give my kickass speech already so I can get back to fixing the country?” And Johnson is, like, “Where’s the bar? I thought you said there’d be a bar.”

retrocampaigns:

Just a couple of dudes being awesome in Columbus, Ohio, in 1972.
From the Columbus Free Press (“Speaking Truth to Power Since 1970”) via the Ohio Historical Society & Ohio Memory

retrocampaigns:

Just a couple of dudes being awesome in Columbus, Ohio, in 1972.

From the Columbus Free Press (“Speaking Truth to Power Since 1970”) via the Ohio Historical Society & Ohio Memory

Public transport is okayish, but the nearest doctor under my plan is still like, halfway across the city. Sometimes I need to walk in for something urgent and waiting half an hour for a bus isn’t feasible.
They change doctors there every now and then though, so hopefully my next one will be better. Also your mother should have totally sent the incompetent to his own emergency room.

Public transport is okayish, but the nearest doctor under my plan is still like, halfway across the city. Sometimes I need to walk in for something urgent and waiting half an hour for a bus isn’t feasible.

They change doctors there every now and then though, so hopefully my next one will be better. Also your mother should have totally sent the incompetent to his own emergency room.

Also I totally did not accidentally delete your message. That's the opposite of a thing.

It’s okay, Garies does it all the time.

Weeeell…My first cardiologist refused to admit he didn’t actually know what was wrong and insisted it had to be my ADHD medication (because YOU ADHD KIDS), so I went off it in the middle of junior year of high school, failed a final paper, and went on meds that made me all mopey and tired and actually made most of my symptoms worse. So, yes. Sometimes medical people are dumbasses, and sometimes it miiiight be worth switching up doctors, even if it is a pain.

I’d love to switch doctors but I’m restricted by how far I can travel at the moment. My doctor needs to be in walking distance, and my current doctor’s office is the only one covered by my plan that is.

Also that cardiologist sounds like a douchebag.