You're Killing Me Smalls
awwww-cute:

People always tell me my cat has the most beautiful eyes

awwww-cute:

People always tell me my cat has the most beautiful eyes


Forgot to say thanks to all the folks who came out to the show last night. I had so much fun— Felt great to play some tunes! (credit)

Forgot to say thanks to all the folks who came out to the show last night. I had so much fun— Felt great to play some tunes! (credit)

interndayna-notdana:

thenotinferior:

I AM SO SORRY. I accidentally deleted the post well here it is again.

And Disney owns Marvel now.

kryskillinit:

crazy eyes is the realest bitch. 

thestorysofarca:

Olds cool.

thestorysofarca:

Olds cool.

strictly-fandoms:

do you ever just get the overwhelming urge to cry because you think you’re not going to go far in life because you’re not as smart or as talented as the people around you

dunrath:

Stray From The Path - Black Friday [x]

dunrath:

Stray From The Path - Black Friday [x]

Life is so hard when your best friend is a 9.5/10 and you’re a strong 4 with the right filter and lighting

heisenbergchronicles:

#Breaking Good Companion for 1x06
Observations: “Sometimes a high point can be a low point, too. Take Walt’s initial confrontation with Tuco, the meth-addled psychopath who beat Jesse to a pulp before stealing his money and drugs. To the world, it looks like a daring daylight raid on the enemy compound, featuring the debut of Walt’s hat-wearing Heisenberg alter ego and a don’t-you-know-I’m-loco use of explosives. Walt certainly sees it as a victory, growling like a triumphant predator over a fresh kill and pounding the wheel of his car in celebration as hundred-dollar bills flutter all around him. But a win for Heisenberg is a loss for the man Walt used to be, and his sheer enjoyment of coming out on top is proof that something very bad inside him has been waiting a lifetime to get out.”
– from Bad Man Rising: Walter White’s Lowest Lows (Rolling Stone)

heisenbergchronicles:

#Breaking Good Companion for 1x06

Observations: “Sometimes a high point can be a low point, too. Take Walt’s initial confrontation with Tuco, the meth-addled psychopath who beat Jesse to a pulp before stealing his money and drugs. To the world, it looks like a daring daylight raid on the enemy compound, featuring the debut of Walt’s hat-wearing Heisenberg alter ego and a don’t-you-know-I’m-loco use of explosives. Walt certainly sees it as a victory, growling like a triumphant predator over a fresh kill and pounding the wheel of his car in celebration as hundred-dollar bills flutter all around him. But a win for Heisenberg is a loss for the man Walt used to be, and his sheer enjoyment of coming out on top is proof that something very bad inside him has been waiting a lifetime to get out.”

– from Bad Man Rising: Walter White’s Lowest Lows (Rolling Stone)