I think tumblr should buy a country so all of us can relocate there permanently. It'll have nation-wide free wireless internet. We can live in houses according to blog categories and we'll stalk the good looking people on tumblr from an awkward distance. The only foods on our diet will be pizza and nutella. And we'll all have a gazillion cats who dance. Of course, a HP Marathon once a week with the regular Misfits and Spongebob. Unicorns will be our chosen form of transportation. At tumblrland, we'll embrace each others' awkwardness and best of all, our humors will finally be properly appreciated. And we'll all be forever alone, together.
People are gay, get over it. People have bright coloured hair, get over it. People don’t believe in religion, get over it. People have stretched ears and tattoos, get over it. People will look and dress differently from you, get over it.
I like playful relationships. I’ll call you a dumbass and a fag cause saying ‘babe’ all the time gets old. I’ll bite you. I’ll laugh at you. I’ll push your buttons just to see you get mad cause it’s cute. I’ll hit you playfully.. I’ll hold you from behind. I’ll make stupid faces with you. We’ll do stupid things.
“As I never tire of telling my audiences, no nation can donate liberation to another nation. These values must be fought for and won by the people themselves. They can only grow and flourish when they are planted by the people in their own soil and watered by their own blood and tears.”—Malalai Joya, A woman Among Warlords: The Extraordinary Story of an Afghan Wo Dared to Raise Her Voice (via fuckyeahradicalquotes)
A U.S. military member is somewhere in the world tonight missing their family while you are safe at home. In the minute it takes you to read this, military members all over the world are not only saving lives, but also sacrificing their own life for your freedom. Re-post if you are in the military, love a military member, or just appreciate our troops :)♥
“When I was 5 years old, my mother always told me that happiness was the key to life. When I went to school, they asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up. I wrote down “happy”. They told me I didn’t understand the assignment. I told them they didn’t understand life.”—John Lennon (via felinecatapult)