mtvfakingit:

Don’t miss an encore of ‘Faking It’ airing right now on mtv, followed by Laverne Cox’s ‘The T Word’ starting at 7/6c!

mtvfakingit:

Don’t miss an encore of ‘Faking It’ airing right now on mtv, followed by Laverne Cox’s ‘The T Word’ starting at 7/6c!

werewolf—barmitzvah:

misfirevevo:

ACTUAL PROOF that there is NO SKELETON WAR

Seems like the dairy contingent would be on the skeletons’ side since you’re supposed to drink milk to keep your bones strong. The skeleton war is getting real if even dairy isn’t on the side of the skeleton anymore.

werewolf—barmitzvah:

misfirevevo:

ACTUAL PROOF that there is NO SKELETON WAR

Seems like the dairy contingent would be on the skeletons’ side since you’re supposed to drink milk to keep your bones strong. The skeleton war is getting real if even dairy isn’t on the side of the skeleton anymore.

merwhovengerlockhoodoncer:

jaclcfrost:

jaclcfrost:

always

don’t ever forget this

I think the fandom all simultaneously went insane during part 1 of Season 3…

(via part-of-a-disney-world)

angerliz:

relaxation paint……

angerliz:

relaxation paint……

(via fuckyeahoerbayunfang)

I feel the same. I love fireworks.

(via faize)

phantomdoodler:

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difficult decisions

"Before she was signed, she auditioned for an all-male reggae boyband. In one of her first videos, she grew muppet legs and declared “we are the spoons”. Another single, Obsessions, described her crippling indecision in the local supermarket’s biscuit aisle. Imagine Beyonce singing that. You can’t. She’d just buy all the biscuits, smash them to bits, bake them into a cheesecake and ice an empowering feminist message on top. Which is impressive, obviously, but not very relatable.        

Marina’s songs are irreverent, playful, occasionally juvenile and always unpredictable, especially in the light of her newest song, Froot. Released today in celebration of her 29th birthday.”

Welcome back, Marina. Pop was duller without you. 

(via diamandis-heart)

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